A View from the Sidewalks

A group of sidewalk counselors that peacefully witness for life outside of abortion mills update this blog periodically to give like-minded believers specific prayer needs and encouraging stories of God's goodness.

Wednesday, November 09, 2005

Prayer at Greenville Women's Clinic

Most Saturday mornings I try to go to the abortion mill Greenville Women's Clinic.
The clients of the abortion clinic drive in though a gate from the main road. There isn't a sidewalk. And there is only a short driveway between the street and the gate. Once they drive past the gate we can't approach them unless we want to deal with the security guard. Each Saturday morning there is usually someone on that short driveway that trys to flag the clients down to offer them some literature and get them to talk. Many do stop to take the literature but few stop to talk.

That is where I feel I have a place that is needed there. You see, I am an intercessor. It is my job to stand in the gap for the babies that are being led to slaughter there. I read the Word and pray scriptures that call for justice and protection of the innocent. I ask the Father to give the mothers that are there grace to repent and change their minds. I ask that they would be given the fear of the Lord. As the apostle Paul said concerning the weapons of our warfare in the spirit - they are not carnal but MIGHTY for the pulling down of strongholds. This abortion mentality and the whole industry that supports it is a stronghold of the evil one. We have authority as believer's in Christ to bind and to loose.

Each week is different. Sometimes there is liberty in prayer and other times there seems to be a heaviness that hinders it. As each car drives up I try to pray as the Spirit gives me utterance. Sometimes through tongues, scripture or just a cry to save the life of that baby. The real battle is in the heavelies. It is a battle that we can win, if we will use the weapons of our warfare in faith and believing prayer.

grace and peace through Jesus our Lord,
Bro. Galen


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