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It is a womans most intimate and personal time when she finds herself pregnant The test is positive but the woman may not be positive about keeping the baby She didnt feel ready or prepared for the major impact another life would bring her Frantically she finds herself trapped in a crisis in which she wants to be released from Abortion seems so easy so convenient and so necessary She must wrestle with her heart saying Dont do it and her mind saying Its the only thing I can do The world around her tells her abortion is acceptable and she ought to have the freedom to terminate the pregnancy It is her body right Under the anxiety of making such a drastic decision she might forget to consider the long-term consequences of her decision the other persons life that will be affected or the physical and emotional repercussion that she might have to encounter Since the legalization of abortions in 1973 over 40 million unborn babies have been terminated nrlcorg These deaths surpass the casualties in all the American wars combined nrlcorg Those 40 million men and women could have impacted society significantly One of them could have been a doctor who found a cure for a disease or a President of the United States but the opportunity was stolen from them Jeremiah 14-5 The Lord said to me I knew you before you were formed within you mothers womb before you were born I sanctified you and appointed you as my spokesman to the world Here God makes it apparent that He knows each unborn baby and already has a purpose for him If God gave them life is it our right to take it away from them The baby is an innocent bystander and did nothing to deserve death and have its future robbed from him Many believe that abortions are safe since they are legal A person is not
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