HuffPost UK is not a fan of 40 Days for Life. That’s fine, but freedom of speech should not be designated only for liberals.
Late last week, the online media giant published THREE overly dramatic articles on why 40 Days for Life could lead to the end of the world.
Their goal was sensationalism, but the articles themselves lack substance and are overall boring.
This is, however, good news for women and the unborn.
After decades of legalized abortion in America and the UK, these elementary attacks are required for those who deny science in 2020.
They also come at a time when a record number of abortion facilities are closing, and abortion workers are leaving the industry in droves.
What the HuffPost neglects are the hundreds of British women, British babies, and British abortion workers 40 Days for Life has helped in the UK. I’ve met many of them, and their lives are an inspiration to use our rights out of love of God and neighbor.
The HuffPost seems to be incapable of coexisting with us while celebrating the freedom of speech that was purchased by heroic British men and women on countless battlefields.
I am so proud of the thousands of participants in the UK who use their rights to save the most vulnerable British citizens. They honor their country--past, present, and future--no matter what the HuffPost says.
With all of this said, they do NOT accuse us of illegal or violent behavior, but say vigil participants are intimidating because they pray quietly. I warned you it lacked substance--see for yourself...
Why are they so afraid of 40 Days for Life?
They're scared because--according to HuffPost--your presence renders abortion-vulnerable women "unable to consent to treatment."
In other words, your prayers empower women to choose life...which recently happened in England! Here's the report:
The goal of HuffPost UK's absurd attack on 40 Days for Life vigils is to increase the number of abortion facilities with buffer zones preventing pro-lifers from witnessing to abortion-bound women.
But prayers that reach to Heaven can also penetrate a buffer zone.
"Emer just turned around after going into Marie Stopes Ealing and told us she couldn’t go ahead with abortion," said Lorraine, who was praying half a mile away from the abortion facility. "God is not limited by buffer zones!"
Emer also promised to share pro-life information with a friend scheduled for an abortion next week.
Ithaca, New York
Vigil-goers in Ithaca needed umbrellas to stay dry in the rain and boots to stay dry from the melting snow.
Ithaca doesn't have a reputation for being a pro-life community, but campaign leader Mary Anne said responses to the vigil have been favorable. The prayer warriors' fortitude was even recognized and rewarded by a semi-truck driver who stopped to thank them and bring them food and refreshments.
"Our prayer and presence is making a difference, in Ithaca and beyond!!" Mary Anne said.
Let all bitterness, and wrath, and anger, and clamor, and evil speaking, be put away from you, with all malice. And be kind one to another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, even as God for Christ's sake has forgiven you.
— Ephesians 4:31-32
Dearest God, You tell us in Proverbs that the foolish and the wicked lack wisdom and understanding. I pray you will trouble the souls of those in the abortion industry so that they hunger for truth and cry out for freedom.