The media breathlessly reported on the large Women’s March in Washington, D.C. that took place shortly after the inauguration of President Donald Trump.
While many in attendance protested and marched in a reasonable, polite way – many did not. Some of the signs were so grotesque and vile, it’s a wonder how the irony could be completely lost on them.
The movement professed to champion women’s right to choose – but there was a lack of people who made a certain kind of choice. Namely, if you were into keeping your baby, that was not something celebrated at the Women’s March.
But therein lies the beauty of technology today. Ahead of the March for Life, women are taking to Twitter with the hashtag #MyUnintendedJoy to dispel the myth that you won’t be able to keep the baby AND have a good life, too.
It’s a lie from the pit, and these women were strong in their faith to trust the Lord – and just look how He provided!
I was terrified that being a mother would interfere w/ my career. Then, #MyUnintendedJoy came along & nothing else mattered anymore. pic.twitter.com/hKIrPaCV8G
— Catt (@CattHarmony) January 23, 2017
#MyUnintendedJoy is a precious 16 yr old boy now who teaches all he encounters every life has value! pic.twitter.com/5p4PfqsHss
— Patty Girl (@PerspicaciousXY) January 23, 2017
Many warned me that keeping him would ruin my life. Instead he redeemed it. #MyUnintendedJoy pic.twitter.com/Z6xmeUbHvZ
— Kayla (@VixenRogue) January 23, 2017
#MyUnintendedJoy came when we were young, broke and completely unready for a family. Now she's almost 2 and the highlight of every day. pic.twitter.com/ZukfzmINdo
— Gabrielle Rystedt (@gabbithegreat) January 23, 2017
These stories are just the BEST. So why not some more?
I was 18 & been married for 8 months. Went to doctor for stomach virus. Scared but #IChoseLife. She turned 21 last week. #MyUnintendedJoy
— Samantha (@ozarklady76) January 24, 2017
This one made me tear up – beautiful.
#myunintendedjoy 6 yrs ago, appointment was set, money in pocket, best appointment I ever missed. pic.twitter.com/DdxuIpBMZB
— ᱚɛɱ ղɛ۷ɛя λɠλɪղ (@XxKISxXx) January 24, 2017
I got pregnant 18 had my daughter week after I turned 19. #MyUnintendedJoy She's having a child in 3 weeks!
Gift From God – Saved my life! pic.twitter.com/Wux1d3k4Jy
— ?Bonnie Murphy? (@bonniemurphy) January 24, 2017
Aw – love this:
#MyUnintendedJoy was born on the anniversary of Roe V Wade. There's always room for more love pic.twitter.com/xzxGg7cZuW
— Amy (@AmyOtto8) January 24, 2017
#MyUnintendedJoy is my amazing mother who adopted me and the birth mother who chose my life over my death.
— Jenna (@jennabean) January 24, 2017
#MyUnintendedJoy Doctors said I could never have kids. But then…God said, "Yes"! pic.twitter.com/RVZtT6eXAR
— American Honey ? (@lgmaterna) January 24, 2017
Just beautiful. Isn’t it amazing how God provides?
The fear tactics used to people facing a life-changing moment are utterly despicable. God promises to provide our basic needs, even if every want isn’t met. To tell someone their life will be ‘ruined’ if they don’t abort the child is a decision absent of any faith whatsoever. It’s preying on someone when they are in a weakened, terrified state – so they can get MONEY. There is no great financial reward for Planned Parenthood and abortion providers like them in advising clients to keep the baby.
How sad so many cannot see this conflict of interest. They see it in oil companies who they claim choose profit over the environment, or tobacco companies who choose profit over health. Yet somehow, are completely oblivious to the profit motivations of a company rewarded increasingly with every abortion they perform.
The March for Life is going to be enormous. There will be hundreds of thousands of women who made a choice to keep the baby – the question to the media is this: will they amplify and glorify this choice? Or choose to ignore it?
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