Sunday, October 7, 2007
On Friday I again prayed outside the abortuary. I often see the same people praying. As I stood praying, workers began to show up. It seems that they cannot enter the clinic until 7:45 AM. I stood and prayed for each of them as they arrived. Some looked at us, others refused to acknowledge our presence. One young woman (there were 12 women and one man that entered) returned outside to smoke a cigarette. She only partially smoked her cigarette, then hurried back into the clinic.
On Thursday evening while I was driving home, there were several pro-lifers standing along New York Street with graphic signs of aborted babies. Three of Aurora's finest were speaking to them. I snapped a few pictures for posterity.
I found out later that it seems that Dominick's Foods is under some pressure from Planned Parenthood to prevent pro-lifers from standing on their property in front of the entrance to the PP death camp. We will see what happens. It also appears that the Dominick's security guard is chummy with the death camp guards. Also, it seems that PP wants to buy the Dominick's property on New York Street.
Today is Sunday. There were at least 150 people gathered along New York Street in a Life Chain to demonstrate against the PP facility. I recognized some of them as I drove past. And still we continue to pray. Every day we pray on the sidewalk. We implore the Lord to help us.
1 In you, LORD, I take refuge; let me never be put to shame. 2 In your justice rescue and deliver me; listen to me and save me! 3 Be my rock and refuge, my secure stronghold; for you are my rock and fortress. 4 My God, rescue me from the power of the wicked, from the clutches of the violent. 5 You are my hope, Lord; my trust, GOD, from my youth. 6 On you I depend since birth; from my mother's womb you are my strength; my hope in you never wavers. PS 71: 1-6 (NAB)