"Out of all these babies that's been aborted, all over the United States of America and all over the world. Wherever. They was aborted. And we just can't go and just sweep that under the rug and forget about it." — Mother Haymon
"We go on to church. We listen to the preacher preach. We sing and have a good time in church and go on about home and all that. And. And guess what? Folks still killing up these babies. What did we do about it and I just felt like. I feel like the church, the people, the body of Christ, should ask the Lord please forgive us." — Mother Haymon
"Thank God. Thank God. Thank God. First thing I would like to say ... I love the Lord. I'm a child of God and I love the Lord with all my heart, soul, mind and strength. I just love Him, I love Him. I love Him. He's done so many great things for me. My Saviour! Jesus Christ, the Son of the living God. My friend. My soon coming King. I just love Him and I thank Him for how He went to that old rugged cross and He died for my sins. A debt that I owed I could not pay. He didn't owe this debt, but He paid my great sin debt. And I'm so thankful for Him. And I just love Him with all my heart.
And I love people. I love people. I love people. I love my family. I love all people. I just love people. Not only the grown ups, the seniors, I love babies. I love the little babies. We all came the same way. We all came the same way.
And I tell you, and I just say how the Lord blessed me many years ago. I got married early. I was eighteen (18) and one (1) week old. And my husband, Raymond Haymon, my husband and I. He fathered ten (10) children. And I was the mother. Thank you Jesus. Seven (7) sons and three (3) daughters, that's a lot of children.
That's a lot. That's a lot. And it took a lot of work. And he worked hard on the outside. He worked hard to make the living and keep food on the table. He worked real hard. He worked too hard really. And I worked hard on the inside. We worked together to raise those children.
With all those children it wasn't easy. It wasn't an easy job. It wasn't easy for him. It wasn't easy for me.
But with all those children, guess what?
I never heard him say, lets go and abort one (1) of these, cause we got enough children. I never heard him say that. And I never wanted to do it. And we never did it. We kept all of our kin. And the Lord blessed them all to get grown.
I love children. I love people. I love all people. Black. White. All people is people. They are God's creation. Whether it's Black or White or whatever color. I don't worry about what the color. You a human being, God loves you. Jesus died for you too. He died for the whole wide world. Not for me and my family only, but for the whole wide world.
The Lord loves us all. He loves the little babies. He loves the toddlers. He loves the unborn ones. He loves us all. He loves the old, the young, the seniors and all of us. Out of all these babies that's been aborted, all over the United States of America and all over the world. Wherever. They was aborted.
And we just can't go and just sweep that under the rug and forget about it. We can't just forget about that. Because those are souls. That was the same way we came, is the way they came. It was a man and a woman. And they got together. And this baby, came the same way.
Suppose somebody had killed us. Threw us in the garage. We wouldn't be here to talk. So I don't like that. I like the unborn babies, I ain't killing up none of them. And I ain't gonna ask nobody to kill them. And I encourage the young women, please don't kill that baby. If you don't want the baby, have the baby and give it way for adoption.
Now that's the way I feel. I just way up in age and I, I, I ain't playing around. I just telling the truth. I'm past 92 and I don't want to see you killing these babies.
Don't kill them.
Don't kill them.
Just like I don't want them kill, I don't want see you kill up the old folks either. And the teenagers and the little boys and girls. You know it just. It just. It just blesses me to see little tiny boys and girls. They, may be two (2) or three (3) years old, toddling along with their parents and like that you see them out. And just so innocent. These are innocent children. And the parents are supposed to treat these children nice, they're so innocent.
Don't mistreat these children.
I just love the Lord ...
Lord is my light ... with all my heart ...
I just want to see people do well. I don't want to see you killing up the babies.
Now just like we church folks, and I feel like we ... we that love the Lord, we ... the peoples having abortions and killing up babies, after babies, after babies. But I don't know of no ... church folks that was out protesting, saying please don't kill the babies. Please don't. We go on to church. We listen to the preacher preach. We sing and have a good time in church and go on about home and all that.
And. And guess what?
Folks still killing up these babies. What did we do about it and I just felt like. I feel like the church, the people, the body of Christ, should ask the Lord please forgive us. What did we do. What did we do to stop it. What did we do try to cause them not to do it. We just went on and kept on doing what we were doing. Kept on buying our new cars and going to work and that. And the folks still killing up babies. And we kept on going to church and listening to the preacher preach. Giving our offering. Testifying or whatever and going on home.
But we couldn't sweep that under the rug and the Lord not see it.
He see everything. He see everything you do. He see everything I do. He know my heart. He know yours. So hey! We all gonna have to stand before. We, we grown ups and all, we gonna have stand a righteous judge one of these days and I want Him to say, "Well done thou good and faithful servant."
So guess what?
I feel like the Lord is not pleased with this that going on. We cannot kill up all these babies and sweep it under the rug and forget it. The Lord have an all seeing eye.
He's the righteous judge and He's gonna judge somebody. And I'm asking the Lord. Lord please forgive me and the church folks and all of us, for what we didn't do. For what we, we, we should have did more. We should have prayed more. We should have went out and tried to do more. But I feel like the church need to repent, repent, repent.
So right there I'm just gonna stop and you know where I'm coming from now.
Yes, this is a "Call To Action" for pastors, for leaders of every kind, for everyone to go back to their churches, back to their congregations, back to their commuinites and ensure that everyone is not only registered to vote, but actually does vote.
Brothers, we need to talk.
Celebrating 31 Years Of Marriage Lori and I were married on February 4th, 1989
We Are United!
My wife (Lori) and I were married on Saturday, February 4th, 1989. In 2019 I released a video, once a month, to celebrate our 30th wedding anniversary year and my Proverbs 18:22 (KJV). Now, because I just love Lori, I can't stop releasing videos. For the ever growing YouTube Playlist, click here. I want to encourage men to marry women and protect and provide for their wives and their families. I want to encourage the Church, to preach, teach and reach out to their communities tangibly with the biblical model of love.
Brothers, we need to talk.
"Without Life, We Have Nothing!"
QUOTE: "Walter embodies the Martin Luther King, Jr. legacy, standing up for the least of these, the vulnerable mothers and their babies." — Dr. Alveda King, niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (Tuesday, March 31st, 2009)
The Issues4Life Foundation understands without life, we have nothing. That being Pro-Life isn't easy. That being Pro-Life doesn't stop at birth. That being Pro-Life means we care about women and their children in and out of the womb. That being Pro-Life means more than speaking out against abortion and defending the life of the child in the womb. Yeah, the Issues4Life Foundation understands that being Pro-Life not only means supporting the protection of human life in and at all stages of human life, it also means respecting the value of human life when it has ended.
Brothers, we need to talk.
100 New Donors Giving $20.00 A Month
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01. I thank God for Mother Haymon. She is my friend. She is boldly Christ-Centered and Pro-Life.
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