Before God breaks through, the world will try to break you
A pro-abortionist gets a reality dose when considering how to explain to her son she wanted to abort him.
This is the situation the New York magazine’s “parenting” editor (ironically) finds herself in as she tries to sue for the “wrongful life” of her son whom she would have aborted had she known he had cystic fibrosis.
A tragedy for her. A deeper tragedy for her son.
The idea here is not lush greenery but a desert, and not awe and wonder but dread and fear. Instead of a vacation, this is more like terrifying alienation. But not only that, he was to be tempted by Satan himself. He endured the full onslaught of the General in the Army of rebellion.
I didn’t know the end of the story, but I anticipated something surprising and awesome. Continue Reading →