DAY 7: Just be there

So many people say they’re reluctant to pray at a 40 Days for Life vigil because “I wouldn’t know what to say.”

The truth is that oftentimes … you don’t need to say a thing. Just be there – and pray!

Volunteers at the 40 Days for Life vigil in Columbia, South Carolina say a car leaving the abortion center pulled up beside them.

These people had come for an abortion – something they felt they had to do because the girl who had the appointment was only 15 years old.

But they changed their minds.

“We just thought about it some more,” said one of the people in the car.

Would they have “thought about it some more” if people had not been outside praying? What could have happened if no one had been there?

“Thank you to those who came out to pray,” said one of the Columbia leaders. “God used you!”

He can use you, too! But we have to go. We have to be there!

  • Mary Christopher

    Whenever I can, I go to PP to March for Life. I am always amazed by the people I meet there. There is such a diversity. Thery are young, old, black, white, of some means and probably allmost poverty levels. Some bring their beautiful babies with them, and that is powerful for people to see. So, I guess what I would like to say, please consider coming and March for Life, March for the babies that may never be, if we don’t. Planned (NOT) Parnethood! is KILLING our next generation for MONEY! And they lie to these young ladies and their boyfirends about what they are doing. Please help stop the carnage!