Friday, August 22, 2014

Some Coffin...

The other day, I was praying outside the back of Dr. Emily's when a truck pulled up to collect the "medical waste"...aka the bodies of murdered individuals.
As the guy was loading the boxes in the truck, he joked that he thought I would help him with the heavy boxes. I responded by asking if he knew what was in them.

This led to a pretty long and interesting conversation. I found out that that this guy is a strong Christian and his heart breaks over the aborted bodies too. I asked him if he actually saw the the waste and he explained that yes indeed he does and he can see the little body parts distinctively. He said that there are quite a few pretty well developed large babies that are in there.

It was a sad but interesting conversation. I had seen these trucks before and watched the bodies be loaded onto the truck, but this made it that much more real. At first I was a little bit shocked that he could do this job while professing faith, but the more I talked to him and the more I thought about it, I realized that someone is going to dispose of these bodies and this way at least someone will say a prayer over them and their families as they are loaded into the truck. He said he always says a prayer for them as he collects the boxes.

I still am not sure how I feel about him doing this job, but I can see where he is coming from.
Either way, the whole experience was interesting and got me to think deeply about a new aspect of the issue.

1 comment:

EMC Frontline said...

Very insightful blog here Hannah, and quite thought provoking. There are thousands of remote "accomplices" to the abortion holocaust, and I wonder If more would stand up to the abortion culture, like the drivers of baby body parts we might be able to end the killing sooner.

Are those who mop the floors in abortion clinics, and those who throw away or burn "the trash" who say prayers for the dead doing enough, or all they can do?

I wish more who stand up, and say no I won't do it.