Last month, clergy gathered in Columbus, Ohio in order to bless an abortion clinic. At the event, a mother who had an abortion sang a creepy “lullaby” that she said came from the spirit of her yet-to-be-aborted child, who blessed his or her own demise.
“In my faith, there is only a thin veil or door that separates the living from the other side. And so, about two weeks before my abortion was scheduled, I started having visions and talking to the spirit of the child that I believe had come to me,” the mother said in a video publicized by the pro-life group Created Equal. “And I remember in the clinic when I was waiting for the operation or the procedure, a song came to me in my head out of nowhere.”
“It was a pretty little lullaby that came to me and I just want to sing it to you. I knew it was from the spirit of that child saying, ‘It’s okay,'” the mother added.
Then the mother broke into a rendition of the Beatles’s “I Will.”
“Who knows how long I’ve loved you/ You know I love you still/ Will I wait a lonely lifetime/ If you want me to, I will,” she sang.
She continued, “Love you forever and forever/ Love you with all my heart / Love you whenever we’re together/ Love you when we’re apart.”
“And I truly felt that it was a blessing from the spirit to make the decision that I needed to make,” the mother concluded.
The event, “Holy Ground: Blessing the Sacred Space of Decision,” featured Rev. Dr. Susan K. Smith, whose “Crazy Faith Ministries” is more “social justice” activist group than traditional church.
“Anti-abortion advocates do not have the monopoly on faith or God,” Planned Parenthood, the host of the event, insisted. “Many faith leaders and people of faith hold that accessing and providing abortions are good and godly decisions.”
The idea that abortion could be “sacred” reeks of the worship of Moloch, which involved sacrificing children to a pagan god. God consistently condemned that sacrifice in the Bible, and Christian opposition to abortion goes back to the early church.
Furthermore, this horrific “lullaby” has gone public during Advent, the season in which Christians look forward to Christmas, when the Son of God humbled Himself and became human, being born in a stable. Jesus Christ’s humility, and the Virgin Mary’s obedience in agreeing to be His mother, directly contradict every aspect of abortion.
The idea that a woman who wanted her unborn child dead would go on to claim that child was “okay” with the abortion is disgusting.
Ironically and tragically, this whole scenario suggests the mother knew her unborn child was a person, thus undermining the argument in favor of abortion. The fact that these Planned Parenthood allies allowed the mother to speak suggests they know — whatever they claim — that unborn children really are human, not dignity-deprived clumps of cells.
“Watching this mother sing the lullaby to those gathered is haunting. This tune became the music of murder for one baby, and those assembled celebrated in hopes it would become the same for countless other children,” Mark Harrington, president of the pro-life group Created Equal, said in a statement.
Watch the video below.
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