As we continue in our efforts of prayer, sacrifice, and witness we must always remember the mercies of our Lord. For example, through the simple devotion of venerating the image of Divine Mercy with the prayer-Jesus, I trust in you-we are promised “victory of enemies already here on earth, especially at the hour of death.”
We are promised victory through our efforts when united to Christ. What greater hope is there then this? And, I want to thank all of you for the hope and support your bring to this great cause.
Also, one of the Ball State Students for Life passed on this message of life!
“I know there was a baby saved in Indianapolis last week (on Good Friday), because a guy and his friends chose to go pray at the abortion clinic even after 40 Days for Life was over as part of a spiritual preparation for Holy Week. Stories like that really testify to the impact of our daily choices – it takes “supporting the pro-life movement” from an abstract idea or disconnected struggle to a concrete action that made the difference between a person living or being killed.”
Here is a link to the Divine Mercy Chaplet. Let’s pray it today with an expecting mother in mind, that she may choose life.
And here is a picture of Blaine, when he was born 3 1/2 years ago!