A mother of a five year old girl has recently revealed that her daughter is alive today after reading an article written by a pro-life writer, that was meant to plead with another woman to not abort her baby. Reading the article lead her to change her mind about her abortion on her unborn baby girl.
According to Right to Life UK, Matt Walsh, a writer for the Daily Wire and The Blaze, published a letter in 2014, in response to a goodbye letter he had seen from a woman to her unborn baby, whom she planned to abort, in the hopes of persuading her to not go through with the abortion.
“I felt the uneasiness. I felt the sense of loss. I felt the desperation. And I felt the love. I did. I really did,” he wrote. “You love your child. You want your child to be happy. You said that yourself, and I believe you. But this is not the way, friend. This is not the way,” he said.
In response to her statement that she will see the child again, he said: “You can choose death or choose life, but there will not be a redo or a second chance. This is it. This is everything. You can have other kids, but you will never have this one again. This one, with her vast potential and incredible promise. She is here now, she is living now, and there is a place in this world for her.”
“Think about the future. Think about your little one. There is still time to change your mind. You still have a choice. Please, give your child a chance. Choose life.”
Although Mr Walsh was unable to find out what happened to the woman, recently, another woman contacted him to say that she had read his letter at the time it was published, and it changed her mind about aborting her baby.
She had already taken the first abortion pill when she came across the letter, and became distraught. However, shortly after, an advert for the abortion pill reversal popped up.
“As she’s reading, she’s feeling understandably distraught and mournful and a million other things I can’t fathom. But she had the guts to actually read everything I had to say, despite believing that the decision she’d already made was final.” Walsh said in his Twitter post.
“Long story short, her daughter turned 5 this year. She now has a beautiful family. She chose life and does not regret it, to put it mildly.”
“What amazing courage. The role I played was very small but I’m grateful to know that at least one thing I’ve published in my years of doing this made a difference for at least one family. Most of all I’m grateful that one child was spared the fate 60 million others have suffered.”
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