“The Survivor” by Phil Keaggy – a song for children in the womb

The March for Life in Washington D.C. is this Friday January 22, 2016.  For that I found it fitting to post this pro-life song “The Survivor” by Phil Keaggy.

The lyrics revolve around the words of Psalm 31:13-14 and apply them to a child in the womb, wondering what is happening and professing trust in God for deliverance.

G.K. Chesterton said, “If there is one thing worse than the modern weakening of major morals, it is the modern strengthening of minor morals. Thus it is considered more withering to accuse a man of bad taste than of bad ethics. Cleanliness is not next to godliness nowadays, for cleanliness is made an essential and godliness is regarded as an offence.”

Commenting on this quote, Dale Alquist said: “Chesterton can see from a century ago that the world was headed to a time when smoking a cigar would be considered more offensive than performing an abortion.”

Actions have consequences and actions are a product of our values and beliefs.  A culture so antagonistic to human life will bring the antagonism of life upon itself.  May God end the evil of abortion.

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5 thoughts on ““The Survivor” by Phil Keaggy – a song for children in the womb

    • Hi! Things are alright. Obvisously, I’m taking a break from blogging but I do enjoy writing so there are a couple posts in progress which may be posted at some point. I’ve been thinking about you too and have offered a couple decades for you recently. How are you?

      Happy Easter!

  1. How am I??? I have two torn tendons in my right arm and shoulder is popping all over the place. Have had since November, and many dr. appointments. Last week I lost half a tooth on a frosted flake on the right side, and broke the toe next to my little toe on the right foot. So the right side is not doing so great, but the left side is flourishing! 🙂 Oh yes, hubby lost job for about three months during all of this, but God graced him with one that is wonderful and is pulling us out of the financial hole!

    Thanks so much for the prayers. I have needed them so. All I can do is keep laughing and keep praying! God Bless, SR

  2. “Getting better right?” Hmmm……… Yeah if one likes pain every single time you move your foot or arm??? 🙂 I have lots of wonderful friends which help me when I call though and yes we “laugh” all the time. Thanks so much for prayers and you can keep them coming if you so choose! 🙂 God Bless, SR

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