Miraculous Mother Mary: Carrier of the Little Sacred Heart
Mother Mary & Baby Jesus
There was once a beautiful girl named Mary who was born in Jerusalem. She was a pure and faithful follower of God. God chose her to become Jesus’ Mother because she was perfect . Our Blessed Mother Mary was scared, but she trusted God and seized responsibility for the precious Baby she was destined to have. She devotedly had Jesus, diligently raised Him, stood by Him, and supported Him His entire Life until His Death in this world, and now in Heaven.
Thank God Jesus Wasn’t Aborted
In essence, what would have happened if Mary had aborted Jesus? We would not have had a Savior Who offers unconditional Love and limitless Mercy. We would not have such a Faithful Father and Friend. Our sins would ever be an unforgiving part of us without any hope of our restitution. We would not have had a chance to be saved and depart this world to enter Heaven.
It’s almost unbelievable to imagine the world without Jesus’ presence . It would maintain only emptiness, immoral intentions, and desolation . Hopelessness would be the only hope. Dreams crumbling to the ground, this is all that would be found.
Mother Mary & Baby Jesus
Completing the Circle of Life
Mary selflessly, lovingly gave Jesus the chance to live, Jesus gives us a chance, it’s an amazingly rewarding cycle, the true circle of life.Thank God that God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life (John 3:16) (KJV). He wisely chose to bless Mary with Jesus, who is everlastingly worthy of such a gift. Jesus definitely deserves to have Blessed Mother Mary for His Mother.She was the amazing avenue who brought Jesus into this world, and was, therefore. the meaningful means to the end of eternity.
Right to Life: Freedom of All Freedoms
This is a world created for everyone. We fight about our rights and freedoms, but what about a baby’s right to life? We all started out as a baby, contrary to what some people in denial ignorantly imagine. They deny this truth maybe because they don’t like babies and don’t want to accept the fact that they were once one; maybe they consider babies to be an insignificant asset to society, unable to contribute because, at the moment, they are incapable of speaking their minds. Therefore, some people consider them to be useless and claim that they are just a clump of cells. We’re all a clump of cells, but that doesn’t make us useless. This overly-tolerant way of thinking is not only detrimental overall, but also causes so much unnecessary trouble for abortion supporters in their attempt to hide the evidence and refute the truth.
The humbling truth is: anyone of us could have been aborted, but we weren’t. We were graciously given the right to live this miracle called life. Let’s start at the beginning, the very basis of the foundation: You need to have life in order to have liberty and the pursuit of happiness. You need to build your house upon a stable foundation, if there is no foundation, there can be no house.
Everyone Deserves a Chance at Life
“Let the children come to Me:
do not prevent them, for the kingdom of God belongs to
such as these.
Amen, I say to you,
Whoever does not accept the kingdom of God like a child
will not enter it.” Mk 10:2-16
If babies keep being aborted, it kills off the revitalizing youth in this world, the refreshingly new breath of fresh air. Subsequently, we end up with only old people. If you want to think about it selfishly, who is going to take care of this surplus of seniors? Who is going to work hard and pay into social security in order to provide for the elders? Most of us are part of this equation because we were given the opportunity to live initially; consequently, we all grow older to some extent. What will happen to “respect your elders” when everyone is an elder? Will it transpire into “respect your elder elders”?
Abortion the Robber
Abortion not only steals a precious life, but it deprives the rest of the world from that life’s potential. Everyone deserves a chance at life.