March 9, 2001
Our God is a perfect Judge! He came off of His throne to die for us condemned criminals and set us free from sin, death, and hell. What a beautiful Savior! He is reigning from His throne!
Thank you for praying for the rescued twins whom are still in the hospital. Trish has been ministering to their mother and driving her to visit her sons. Joshua is 3 lbs. 9 ounces. Caleb is 2 lbs. 7 ounces. Both are off of i.v.'s and can breathe on their own. They have now improved enough to be on baby formula fed to them through tubes down their throats.
On Wednesday of this week, seven moms came to the Saginaw abortion mill. Three left before killing.
On Monday, we loaded up all four kids, plus Cassey Hadley and her two girls, and drove to Kalamazoo at 5:00 a.m. We arrived at Planned Parenthood just before 8:00 a.m. while moms were coming to kill. Ann Norton used to sidewalk counsel there until the F.B.I. threatened her with F.A.C.E. for being on the public sidewalk. The attorney for Planned Parenthood came out to blaspheme, take our pictures, write down our license plate number, and try to intimidate us. The local police came at their call and told us not to block any traffic.
"Yes Officer. I understand what you are saying. Officer, do you understand that preborn children are being murdered in there like this one?"
He clearly saw the sign of Malachi, the aborted boy. He answered, "I don't know anything about that."
"Officer, God hates the shedding of innocent blood and condemns those who do it and tolerate it."
Several moms left before killing, but we don't know if they were there to kill or not. A Japanese college girl named Maki came to the bus stop next to us. She had never heard that Jesus loved her and died on the cross for her sins. She gratefully received the Bible as a gift. Please pray for her by name that the Holy Spirit would conquer her heart.
Jim turned 4 on the 4th and David turned 5 on the 5th. We celebrated and took the kids swimming last Saturday. After a morning of gut-wrenching ministry to parents murdering their children, swimming with children was a great blessing. The pool was crowded with happy children and parents. Eva wouldn't stop grinning and laughing while she played in the water. In my spirit I was still hearing the other children - the ones screaming who had been violently butchered at the death camp. I still hear them. This crushing burden remains amidst the joys of worshipping God and enjoying my family.
Tomorrow is another kill day in Saginaw (and many other places). Can you join us to pray and evangelize in the early morning? Can you go to a slaughter pit near you and share the love of Christ with your neighbors before they murder their own children?
Edmund Burke said, "Nobody made a greater mistake than he who did nothing because he could only do a little."
Look at your King. Charge forth to victory. Our redemption draweth nigh.
I am shouting GLORY all the way!