Late Terms Make For Rough Days

As told by John Barros:

Late term days are always tough. There is just something visual that is so disturbing. If you add into that the fact that you pour your heart into them offering a way of escape and they don’t listen, it gets real rough.

There was one young lady that came today that they made go outside to eat. She came over to the wall and we struck up a conversation. She began eating her sub, and I asked if she knew what they were going to do to her today since she was over 20 weeks. She said no so I told her the procedure for labor and delivery abortion.

As I was ending, she began to retch like she was going to lose her breakfast. She said “sir, if you don’t mind I am trying to eat.” Bradley and I couldn’t believe it. She didn’t want to hear what she was going to do to her baby. It made her sick but she continued on. When she was done with the first phase and was getting in her car to leave I told her I would see her in the morning.

We had another strange one as well. A lady with a heavy Russian type accent came. She had heavy scratches all over her arm. She told us that she had a rash on her arm and that meant her baby wouldn’t have a brain or a heart so she had to do this. She was in and out all day and at one point my friend Heather stopped by for a few minutes and they spoke for some time but she still held to this crazy story.

When she came out from her abortion, they had to go get her a walker. As she was coming out she looked over and thanked me for all I had done. I have no idea what she was talking about or what planet she was from. Vicky stopped by while she was coming out and tried to see if she was okay, but it was just weird.

The Lord did turn the hearts of a couple that sat out back talking in their car for what seemed to be an eternity. They pulled up, said thank you, and asked for the materials they needed to get some help. This place is so wicked but God pulls folks out of here. So blessed to watch Him work.