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  1. Tiny Blue Lines
    December 11, 2011 @ 2:36 pm

    Oh Melissa, I’m so sorry for your loss. I’ve been having the same feelings with my pregnancy too. I guess it’s all a lesson in faith…? Prayers and hugs!!

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  2. pamela Said
    January 3, 2012 @ 7:08 am

    Tnx ur story is so inspiring I als heard u speak on focus on the family I applaude ur efforts and encourage you to continue to spread d word. I had 3 abortions while in the. University and I still have problems forgiving myself I know jesus. Is merciful and forgiving but I still pay d consequences as my tubes are shut down as a result of my actions and I find it difficukt getting pregnant been married 10yrs now I had a son 4yrs ago through very expensive ivf treatment and my husband wants another kid but we can’t afford it pls pray for me and with me to jesus to show me mercy and let me concieve normally so as to save my marriage. I love you and am sorry for my actions I just was so young. Naïve and scared love pamela said Lagos Nigeria in africa

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  3. KariAnne
    February 1, 2012 @ 2:52 pm

    You are a beautiful beautiful human. You are supposed to be here, God has such an amazing purpose for you. I am thrilled he presented me with your website and your story. My husband and I are up against some big walls in our efforts to concieve and the thought that women that want to think they have a choice when it comes to the life of a child, just tears me apart. Oh what I wouldn’t give for them to understand the pure miracle God has entrusted to us, precious lives of other humans. It is our duty to protect them from the world.

    I cannot thank people like yourself enough for speaking out, for reminding us all that we are not here for ourselves. God has us here for a greater purpose.

    “For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans for welfare and not for evil, to give you a future and a hope.” Jeremiah 29:11

    Thank you Melissa, thank you! Without doubt you are a blessing on this earth and to God.

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  4. Pat Allaman
    March 2, 2012 @ 11:24 am

    I saw your interview on EWTN this a.m. and had to go to your website because I had not gotten in on the first part. I had not known about the saline type even though, several years ago, I had the opportunity to watch “The Silent Scream”, which touched me to the very core. I pray every day for guidance and have always been pro life but I don’t seem to know how to listen if God is giving me direction. I’m wondering if seeing you this morning is a little push. I don’t know ’cause I am not a speaker, don’t have a lot of money, but I thought,”I could put your website on FB”. Then thought it’s probably been there umpteen times but I will anyway. Yours is a very moving rendition of a horrible process. I understand that that procedure is not used anymore but more awareness of alternatives can’t hurt. I admire your work, I give you condolences for the loss of your baby, and I do sympathize with your horrible experience and laud you for your life. Thank you, Pat

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  5. Erica J.
    March 4, 2012 @ 11:40 am

    God works inso many marvellous ways. He has a reason for everything which He does and allows. Your story from abortion survivor to miscarriage survivor may be to help some woman or many others out there be survivors-from pain of experiencing either abortion or miscarriage to possibly survivor to eternal life. God may be using you to reach just that one soul which He needs to reach, you never know. And even if it may seem like a lot to go through to save one soul, who are we to question God (remember the story of the lsot sheep- Luke 15:3-7;Matthew 18:12-14). Let God continue working through you. God bless and stay blessed!!!

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