Pro-Life Counseling & Resource Center, Cuenca, Ecuador
Have you ever looked around and taken the time to look at the faces of the women around you. Have you taken the time to look into their eyes, and seen how many young women do not even smile. Women today have a lot of trouble in their lives. Most of them work jobs outside of the home. They work forty hours a week or more. They are trying to help their husbands because of how hard our economy is today. Some live in near poverty even though they work.
If you are a married woman and you have ever worked outside of the home you know it is not easy. Earlier in my life I was a working Mom with a Husband and children, and many responsibilities. I remember those days when I was so tried and exhausted that I could barely keep up everyday. Most women today are trying to be a help mate to their husbands, a good Mom to their kids, take care of their home, and hold down a job at the same time. They carry a heavy load.
Try to put yourself in the frame of mind of a typical woman today. A housewife needs to care for her husband and kids, clean, shop, cook, and prepare meals each day. After the day is done, and before she goes to bed she begins to get ready for the next day. In the evening she helps with homework and projects that her children bring home from school. Some care for aging parents, and caring for a sick parent is a weary task.
Some woman today face life without a husband to help them. They are raising children alone while going to school to learn a new skill, and still working a job, all in an attempt to make a better life for themselves and their children. They struggle with loneliness, they look for a man who will care for them. Such a life is tiresome.
Your first thought might be to judge such a life, and say this is just the result of poor decisions on the woman’s part. Jesus didn’t respond to people this way. He offered solutions, not judgment. We should have the same attitude. Whatever brings a woman to a life of trouble, she can’t go back and undo her problems. They are here now, and she must find a way to overcome them. Some might say it is her problem, let her work it out for herself. She created her problems, she can find her own way out. I believe Jesus wants us to have a different heart toward such people.
Some women feel trapped in a world of trouble. Some women, even if they are married, when they find out they are pregnant they worry that a baby is just going to add more pressure to their already troubled life.
My hope here is that I can send a message to women in trouble that will touch them in a way that they might see there is another way. That there is hope in Jesus. I want who ever reads to know that you are loved and cherished by God. Your problems do matter to God, and to me. If your life seems out of control I would be happy to speak with you and spend time with you. I want you to know that you are loved even if you have already had an abortion. You can be released from the guilt and shame that you feel. Jesus wants to help you. He wants to know you in a intimate way, a loving way. He wants you to come to Him when ever you are afraid, or lonely, or depressed. He wants to put His loving arms around you and help you and guide you. He is my friend. He is the one that I talk to daily, and I know whatever situation I am in that He cares for me and knows what my problems are. Jesus holds me up when I fall. I know He is always with me. If you do not know Jesus the way that I do please contact me and I will tell you how you can have a this personal relationship with My Jesus. I want you to know that my God is alive, and He is powerful, and He is able, and He is active. He can, and does change and lives. He can change you, and your family.
If you are in trouble, and are thinking of having an abortion, or if you need help with any personal problem, please contact me. I will do my best to help you, or to get you to someone that will help you.
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