Rejoice in the LORD and be glad, you righteous; sing, all you who are upright in heart! I will glory in the LORD; let the afflicted hear and rejoice.”Psalms 32:11 and
We have so much to rejoice about daily. Yes, there are many evils of the world, but God is so good.We had two beautiful saves over the past three weeks at Forest View (read more below). One of Dr. Goyal’s suburban clinics (Dimensions) has closed permanently! And Christmas is just around the corner!
So we invite you to join us next Thursday, Dec. 22nd for our 2nd annual Christmas Caroling at Forest View!
Come anytime from 7:00 am – 1:00 pm.Even if you can only stay for one song!
Raise your voice in song (voice like an angel or frog, God loves them all!).
Let the afflicted women and men at the clinic hear and rejoice!
And here’s more good news:
A new study has shown that a pregnant woman with cancer can be treated with chemotherapy without harming the baby. Most pregnant women diagnosed with cancer are advised to abort the child. Yet, Dr. Frederic Amant says, “If chemotherapy is given after the first 12 to 14 weeks of pregnancy, only a fraction of the chemo passes through the placenta… and the drugs appear to have no health impact on the baby’s development.” Pre-term delivery (which is often recommended to pregnant women with cancer), however, has been proven to harm the babies. Please share this information with your doctors. Many lives may be saved. Read a heartwarming story of a woman who fought cancer while pregnant and won life for both her and her daughter at: http://www.lifesitenews.com/news/a-thanksgiving-gift-mother-with-aggressive-cancer-gives-birth-to-healthy-ba?ource=LifeSiteNews.com+Daily+Newsletter&utm_campaign=8c05a454a0-LifeSiteNews_com_US_Full_Text_11_16_2011&utm_medium=email
You can also read about another study that has found that women with breast cancer who abort their child fare worse than those who carry the child to term at this site:
News from the last three Thursdays’ Forest View vigils:
** On Thursday, December 1, THREE babies lost their lives in the name of “choice.”
** There was a miraculous save that day! I call it miraculous because there were so many times when all seemed lost. When I first approached the car, Veronica (the client) had already gone in and her sister Adrianna was in the car with Veronica’s 1 ½ year old daughter. Adrianna told me that she was very much against the abortion, because she had one 6 years ago and was still suffering emotionally. Despite this, Veronica didn't feel like she could have another baby (She has two children, her husband is separated, and she does not have enough money for rent or food.)
As I was counseling Adrianna about Project Rachel, Veronica suddenly appeared at the car to get money for medication. I talked at length to her, but she insisted on going back inside “to think.” I got in the car with Adrianna and a half hour long texting session with Veronica began. Finally, after sending two unanswered texts, we feared Veronica had gone through with it. Suddenly, Veronica came rushing out the door and left!
I went with her to the Women’s Center in Chicago last Saturday, and if you come to Forest View next week, I’ll show you the ultrasound of her beautiful 8 week-old baby! I’m thinking its a boy, so we’ll see!
Thanks be to God! And Veronica would like to thank all of you who joined us physically at Forest View and elsewhere in spirit.
Veronica later told me that she was actually in the room, wearing the gown, hearing the doctor call her name, when she got the courage to leave. THAT is the power of prayer! Please pray for Veronica to find a job very soon as she is in desperate need.
** On Thursday, December 8th, EIGHT women had their babies killed at the hands of
** On Thursday, December 15, EIGHT children were killed inside a “medical
** Around 9:00 am, long before the doctor arrived, a young couple, Ernesto and Rebecca, exited the clinic and went to sit on the steps of the building next to Forest View. Rebecca was sobbing uncontrollably as I walked up to them.Ernesto had clearly been crying too. He told me they didn’t want to do it, but they are 20, working, and going to school.I hugged them both and brought them upstairs to the Women’s Center. When they came out, they were happy to receive a baby blanket and stuffed animal for their child! The smile on Rebecca’s face was pure relief. However, she is still nervous to tell her parents. Please pray that Rebecca’s parents will be compassionate and supportive.
** We are still looking for groups of three or more people to reach our goal of having people praying outside every day abortions are performed at Forest View.
They commit abortions on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays.
Even if your group could only be there for one hour, it would make a difference. Right now we have every Thursday and
the last Saturday of the month covered (although we could use help on Thursdays from 10:30 – 11:30 am!).
Please contact us to discuss the possibility of being part of this life-saving mission.We would supply you with everything you need for a successful vigil. All you need to do is find a couple of friends to join you!
News about your spiritually adopted baby:
** During this third week of life, blood vessels are beginning to form already. The foundations for the brain, spinal cord, and nervous system are being laid.And sometime this week (around day 18) the baby’s heart will begin to beat!! All this is happening before the mother even knows
she is pregnant and it is happening inside a baby who is only about the size of
the tip of a pin.What a little miracle! For more information
on Spiritual Adoption see www.spiritualadoption.org
Our vigil update writer: