“I chose you before I formed you in the womb; I separated you before you were born. ” (Jeremiah 1: 5, HCSB
They came by bus, car, plane and train to walk less than two miles. From the National Mall to the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court, their every move was for children who never did it.
On Friday, thousands of passionate advocates of life gathered in Washington, DC, for the 49th annual March for Life. More than 62 million lives have been destroyed since 1973 Roe v. Wade making a decision to legalize abortion in all 50 states.
With a monument in Washington as a backdrop for the pre-march rally, Cissie Graham Lynch prayed.
“Lord, we know that you are the author and creator of all life, that you created us in your image. And we as a nation know that we have sinned. And we humble ourselves before you seeking forgiveness. …
“That we, the United States, see value in every life and stand up for life.”
On his Facebook page, Franklin Graham encouraged supporters to watch the March for Life and pray alongside his daughter, Cissie Graham Lynch.
My daughter Cissie Graham Lynch is on the 49th Annual March for Life in Washington, DC today, along with tens of thousands of people who care about defending the unborn. Cissie led in prayer at today’s gathering. Watch and join us in prayer…
More than 62 million babies have been killed by abortion in our nation since Roe’s decision against Wade in 1973.
Published by Franklin Graham on Friday, January 21, 2022
A mother of two will stay in DC to speak at tomorrow’s second annual National Pro-Life Summit, a one-day training session for life-supporting activists of all ages.
“Let’s see those signs, come on, come on!” Christian artist Jordan St. Cyr called during the concert before the rally. Holding them high, the students ’inscriptions read“ I am post-Roe generation. ” Others read “Equality begins in the womb”, the theme of this year’s March for Life.
This march is especially expected, given the unresolved case of the Supreme Court Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization he could roll over Roe v. Wade, and also Planned parenting c. Casey.
>> Read what happened at the December hearing in the Supreme Court for a potentially significant abortion case.
The recent victory for life in Texas that encouraged life advocates is a new law banning custom abortion drugs by mail.
Speaker of the March for Life rally Kirk Cameron encouraged the audience, which stood gathered in layers, hats, scarves and hope. He is known to many for his role in the 1980s sitcom “Growing Pains”, a matter of life personally for Cameron. His wife Chelsea and four children have been adopted.
Cameron noted that this is not just a one-day affair. “After this day is over, I want us all to remember to continue with our marching orders given to us by our Supreme Commander who lives in heavenly places.
“And His executive orders surpass all other executive orders. And the commandments from heaven remind us to do righteousness, to love mercy, and to walk humbly with our God. ”
Katie Shaw has Down Syndrome and she spoke loud and clear while passionate students, moms, dads and others cheered her on.
“I believe that equality for you, me and everything started in the womb. The day of conception began when God gave us our soul.
“Many people do not know that there is a waiting list for the adoption of babies with Down syndrome,” she said. “However, over 80 percent of babies with Down syndrome do not have the opportunity to be adopted. They are aborted and their equality ends. ”
This statistic is not the only one that is disturbing. Abortion was the leading cause of death worldwide last year, for the third year in a row, according to Worldometer. That’s 42.6 million abortions in 2021.
As the largest human rights demonstration in the world ends today, will you continue to pray with us for the upcoming Supreme Court decision expected this summer?
Do you know the Author of Life? He loves you and will forgive you. Pray and trust Him with your heart and life.