January 23, 2012

Who I'm Fighting For

One third of my generation was killed by abortion. May the same not be true of these,
my friends' children. May they know a world of life and joy and peace.
Angelica, Zita, Julia, and Ronia, Lucy and Alice, Gretta, Knox, and Simone, Edmund, Maximilian, Markos, Madeleine, Margaret, Edith, and William, Timmy, Henry, and Zachary, Isaac, William, Gianna, William, Hugh, Mattias, and Raphael, Sophia, Timothy, Genivieve and Violette, Kathleen and Emily, Owen, Jonny and Bella, Alexandra and Isaac, Gabriel and Dominic, Ava, Avila, and Maxon, Frederick, Olivia, Gianna, and Maria, Addy, Clarence and Eddie, Dairinne, Sarah, Grace, Emma, and Danny, Victor, Karl, and Henry, Emma, Marianne, Anne, Clare, Max, Cordelia, Raphael, Benedict, and Simeon, Macie, Magnus, Aerland, and Hilja, Bertie, Edith, and Vincent, Abigail, and Cordelia, Maria, Joseph, Gemma, Paul, and Dominic, Sebastian and Evelyn, Anna, Philip, Nick, Patrick, Bailey, Maddy, Grant and Grace, Caroline, James, Alexander, Kristiana and Anne, Claire, Eve, Luke, Liam, Ignatius, Gerard, Philip, Sotera, Mary Margaret and Lillian, Tessa and Daniel, Alexander, Joseph, Julian, Francis Xavier and Isaac, Alex, Michael, Caitlin, and Joshua, Chloe, Alastair, and 18 others in utero.

Thus says the LORD: 
"A voice is heard in Ramah, lamentation and bitter weeping.
Rachel is weeping for her children;
she refuses to be comforted for her children,
because they are not." 

Thus says the LORD:
"Keep your voice from weeping, and your eyes from tears;
for your work shall be rewarded, says the LORD,
and they shall come back from the land of the enemy.

There is hope for your future, says the LORD,
and your children shall come back to their own country.
- Jeremiah, 31:15-17  


  1. And they all said, "Amen, Amen!"

    let it be so, Lord--have mercy on us and on our children.

  2. Beautifully expressed.