Abortion, The Death Of A Loved One, And Terror

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Death “At that time, we were completely overwhelmed, the burden was more than we could bear, in fact we told ourselves that this was the end. Yet, we believe now that we had the experience of coming to the end of our tether that we might learn to trust, not in ourselves, but in God who can raise the dead.” (2Corinthians 1:8b-9 PH) We all know that humanity will submit to God’s plan, death. Its ripple effect varies from one person to the other based on a person’s own experience. Death may include Abortion, the death of a loved one, and Terror. Abortion is the ending of pregnancy, a decision that’s made by a “pro-choice” individual or someone else who’s a decision maker to force the fetus out of the embryo before it’s able to survive on its own. This brought to my memory an incident I read about in a Christian newsletter many years ago. A Christian, God loving couple, were newly married and decided to start a family. After having the first child, the wife realized how overwhelmed she was with her new responsibilities. The new addition in the family put an extra weight on her shoulder to the point she was gratified by it and sought every help she could get from her mother, relatives, and close ones. Still, she couldn’t adapt to her new role. Few months later, one day, the husband came back from work and his wife broke the news to him, “Just came back from regular check-up. Eskandar 2 I’m pregnant with your second child. I’m already
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