What Would You Say to Brandy?


Cities4Life wants the “What Would You Say?” posts to be as interactive as possible. Not only is this good practice for thinking on your feet during everyday encounters you might have with people who oppose your worldview, but it is also good training for those who want to do Frontline Ministry outside of abortion mills. And remember, scripture addresses the root of these problems.

Brandy and her husband have two children are 8 weeks pregnant with their third child. Brand ysays: “We had our life planned to raise our two kids and be happy. No one other than my husband and I know about the pregnancy. I feel alone as he and I can talk about it until we are blue in the face, but it is so hard knowing that I have something growing inside of me that won’t be there soon. We talked about everything before we decided. Emotional, physical, financial. Not just for us, but for our two kids as well. How can we rob our two kids of their future we have planned? I know that I will regret it, but I know that the thing I will regret even more is bringing another life into this world not knowing how we would be able to take care of it.”

What Would You Say to Brandy?

One Response to “What Would You Say to Brandy?”

  1. Jubilee

    It is a good sign that you know you will regret it, and that you and your husband have taken the time to discuss it together. It is good to consider family issues but the point is that abortion KILLS the child. It does not give the child a better life or parents who might have better financial stability. It PHYSICALLY DISMEMBERS a living breathing human being that can feel pain and terror at the machine that eats its life away in a painful traumatic process. You speak of robbing your kids or a future. Can the presence of an extra sibling really rob them of that much? What is more important here? There are millions of families who would love to give their kids more, but they don’t do so by murdering another one of their kids! The question you should be pondering is how can I rob my kids of the ability to trust me when they find out that I deprived them of a sibling in a violent way? How can you expect them to believe in your love when you admit to them what you’ve voluntarily done? What about giving the child up for adoption? The main point is that the child already exists. He or she is unable to beg for his or her life but your baby wants to live. And God has already written a beautiful story for this little one, and for your family. How can you deprive yourself and your child the opportunity to live it out together and praise God for how
    He provided? Remember, one of the most influential preachers ever born…John Wesely was the FIFTEENTH child in a family who couldnt afford food. Their trust was rewarded. God never left them and He won’t leave you. Let Him into the process and you will have NO such regrets.

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