A pro-life friend and video/graphic designer has created a very powerful work of art depicting a D&E abortion. Known as J SZ on YouTube, she notes that illustrations or graphics can at times be more powerful than photos because some people refuse to look at real pictures of dismembered fetuses. This allows them to think about it. With the Dismemberment Abortion trial fresh in our hearts and minds, it strikes a very minor chord.
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10 week old fetus
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KRLA at times receives emails from pro-life artists, musicians and writers who desire to share their work with the pro-life public.
We will re-post some of their contributions now which were on the Forum of our previous website, and post others later on.
We apologize that a description of Dennis Bowling's music video posted on Dec. 22 was mistakenly attributed to Jeremy Robin who had sent his video quite some time ago. We have corrected that, and appreciate the gracious "Don't worry" we received. Below is Dennis Bowling's wonderful music video, Message from Heaven.
He also shares his inspiration, below:
Approximately 5 years ago I woke around 3:00am with a melody on my heart.
I got out of bed, got my guitar and began to play, and to write down the words that came. If you’ve listened to the song you know that the message is not immediately clear, even thru the 2nd verse it’s still unclear. The song came to me in the same way.
The intent of the song is to bring healing to those moms and dads affected by abortion. As I realized what I was writing I began to weep. I did not have a box of tissues available so used approx. ½ roll of toilet paper before the song was complete. I mention this only to be truthful about the details, to share that the song was difficult to write, and to state that I am not the creator of the song merely the writer. I truly believe that as the song is titled that it is a “Message From Heaven”.
I believe that The Lord and these children deeply desire for Moms and Dads to be free from the guilt and shame accompanying abortion. As the song states “it’s time to forgive yourself”. As a parent I understand the need to know that your child is OK. Knowing the love of our Heavenly Father I’m certain that He takes care of these little ones (“He works all things for the good to those who love Him”).
Since writing the song I have read and heard of “near death experiences” in which people died and went to Heaven and saw multitudes of children. When they asked about these children they were told that they were aborted.
My prayer and the desire of all of Heaven is that one day you will be reunited with your beautiful child.
Love and Blessings...
Each year at this time we step out on a limb to buy a FULL-PAGE AD in the statewide edition of the Courier-Journal. The reason is to commemorate the Jan. 22, 1973 Roe v. Wade decision that opened the floodgates to abortion in America. The ad features as many pro-lifers’ names as we can get, along with a message and image to provoke thinking about abortion.
Please be part of this important message to Kentucky. We will add your name or family name to the “signature” ad. We request $5 from individuals, couples or families to support the expensive media outreach. Please sign now and pay online or send a check: 134 Breckinridge Lane, Louisville, KY 40207.
The ad will run on Sunday, Jan. 20. We want your JOHN HANCOCK!
A press conference was held Thursday, January 10 at 12:30 pm in the Capitol Rotunda by the Kentucky Legislature Pro-Life Caucus. Pro-life bills for the 2019 Session were announced.
The Pro-Life Caucus is a large group of legislators who are committed to defending innocent life and pursuing policies and legislation against abortion. It was officially recognized on Jan. 22, 2018, the 45th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, but not before that because until 2017 the House was controlled by a pro-abortion majority.
Before the press conference, many in the audience were overheard saying— “Wow! I can’t believe we have all these pro-life people in our legislature!” “This is so encouraging!” “This is incredible to see such support. It’s wonderful!”
Gov. Bevin attended for a time. It was a busy day for him— he would later announce he will seek re-election for Governor this year. He was recognized by Caucus leaders for his active support and received a lengthy and loud round of applause.
Caucus chairman Tim Moore praised those who had promoted pro-life legislation during the long years when their bills could never even get out of the committees that were all controlled by democrats. KRLA’s Margie Montgomery travelled to Frankfort nearly daily during each session over the dozen years when no bills were passed.
Four bills were presented by Caucus members:
- SB 9 - The “Heartbeat” bill - no abortion after detection of a heartbeat.
- SB 50 - Abortion Pill Reporting Requirements - require a report of dispensing a prescription for RU-486 …or any other drug …intended to end a pregnancy to the Vital Statistics Branch within 15 days after the end of the month.
- HB 5 - No abortion for discriminatory reasons - based on sex, race, color, national origin, or disability.
- HB 148 - Ends abortion - if and when Roe v. Wade is overturned by SCOTUS or states are once again authorized to prohibit abortion.
More to come…
Jeremy Robin has produced a wonderful pro-life song. You'll love it!