Thursday, April 19, 2007

OK I making a turn here. I don't talk much on my blog here, but there is something that is really chapping my hide!!!!!!!!

WHAT IS THIS WORLD COME TO, when we care more about saving the earth, and the whales , so the next generation can see them!


What good is it to save the earth,and the whales cause , there won't be anyone around to see them!


Neva said...





Jim said...

And there are sooooo many young wanna' be parents out there who would adopt in a second!

Anonymous said...

Amen, jel-

This is a good one :)


Terry said...

You are so right Jel!!
My mom had nine kids and we were all wanted,
In fact I remember when I was sixteen and mom already had eight kids that she said she wanted one more and that baby was welcomed by the whole family!
Jel did you ever hear Brian Free sing the song about abortion. He took a lot of opposition about it but he sang it anyway.

rrbj said...

Amen Janice, If so many would'nt be so self centered and realize that it is not neccessary to throw innocent little one's away ? Blessings and wishing you a great weekend ! Ron

Pat Paulk said...

In more ways than one. Good poem Janice!!

Corry said...

Good post, sis.

Sad though, the next generation has taken it upon themselves to kill each other. I hope and pray they find their way to The Lord and His love!

(((HUGS))) dear sis.

God's Grace.

Anonymous said...

well-said, thanks for that.
sad, true, and powerful




Northern Farmer said...

Well said Jan!

God Bless!

lisa said...

You are so right, Janice. It all makes me so sad.

Rulan said...

It is so sad and I'm sure the Lord grieves. The only solace is that now all those little, unwanted babies are in the arms of an ever loving Father.

Never more, will they feel pain, never more will they be unwanted.

It is so sad that they never knew the love of mum's and dad's.

I don't understand some people.

Thanks for posting this.

God bless you, sis.

Judas Hate said...

Hey Jel,

Busy, overwhelmed and exhausted, but happy, well and blessed.
Thanks for asking! It's good to hear from you.

Excellent post BTW.

Be well.


Anonymous said...

i'll never understand why those little ones have to die.

Godwyn Lim said...

Sister Janice,

Thank you for your fly by Hugs* All the way from US to Singapore!

I have just uploaded my new entry, sharing testimonies of the Good work of our Faithful God!

God Bless!

S.O. said...

Chapping your hide --- I like that. Think I will use that phrase. It does me too.
God Bless the little ones

jel said...

thank you all very for stopping by.

it hurts my heart to think of all the little ones that don't get to see the light of day!

hope you are well, oh and the baby in the picture , is me!

The Preacher's Household: said...

You were trying to up my mood earlier so I just couldn't comment on this then. It makes me so sad.
When I was in high school someone I was close to told me that she had been to planned parenthood for a pregnancy test. She had always liked my name and thought if she ever had a kid she would want to name it Kathy. She was definately not ready to have a baby and was relieved to find out she was not expecting. While she was in the lobby waiting, she read a poem about the diary of a fetus. I believe it ended with, "Today my Mommy killed me". I cant even type these words without tearing up. She said the Mom in it was going to name it Kathy. She decided right then no matter what the results were, she would never kill her baby.

I have known many that have struggled with this decision. I think this poem would help with that decision - maybe it could be planted in pregnancy centers. The eyes on the little one are very convicting.
Not the only one in His hands,