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A Cry From The Womb (1 of 2)
Series: Please Help Me Mommy!
Dr. David Davis
It was 3:00 a.m. when we left our home - just the two of us - no, the three of us, but we didn't know the gender (though God did) of our little baby at the time of our departure. All we knew was that it was alive and well. The last few months we had spent time trying to figure out the intermittent bulge that kept appearing on my wife's stomach - first, one side, and then, the other. Was it a foot? Was it an arm? No - it must be the head trying to bob and weave in the cramped quarters that use to have more room than it did now.
One thing was for sure! It was full of life and vitality and now "ready" to enter the world - a vibrant, living human being formed miraculously by God Himself and designed just for the expectant young couple.
At 5:00 a.m. - the answers to all our questions were finally answered. A beautiful baby boy - 8 pounds, 3 ½ ounces - 20 inches long - born with all the standard equipment came into the world. There were tears of joy that morning.
Since that time - three additional miracles have been born to the Davis clan - all with heartfelt thanks to God in heaven who is the originator and creator of life. Never, in our wildest imaginations, would we have considered aborting these precious lives that are now growing, day-by-day, to be all that God has designed for them to be.
The following pages were written from a heart of compassion and conviction for the preservation of LIFE! Yes - every woman has the right to choose, but aborting an unborn child doesn't mean that the choice to murder an innocent baby is right!
Please see life from the perspective of the baby in the womb. Believe it or not - that baby is alive and crying from the womb - "PLEASE HELP ME MOMMY!"
God's desire for us is to enjoy life - abundant life - and eternal life.
John 14:6 - "Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me."
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