It was another Sunday afternoon at the beach when a young couple approached our Bible table. They were looking over our free Bibles and books when the young woman noticed the tiny metal baby feet pinned to our tablecloth.
I explained, “These little feet are the exact size and shape of a baby’s feet in the mother’s womb, 10 weeks after conception. This is also a common age for a baby to be aborted—at just 2 ½ months.
She immediately backed away, put her hands to her face and broke into tears! Her boyfriend went to console her. Then he returned and explained privately, “My girlfriend is 10 weeks pregnant. We came to the beach to discuss an abortion.”
There were two men working at our table. They took the young man aside and talked with him for over a half-hour. Meanwhile, two of us women talked with his girlfriend. We learned they’d been feeling pressured to have an abortion, but neither was comfortable with it.
That afternoon they both decided to give their lives to Christ—right on the beach promenade! We prayed with them and they agreed to start coming to a home group Bible study with one of the married couples at our table. The older couple became mentors to the young couple, who soon married and continued attending Bible study and then church.
“Thank You Lord for putting us in the right place at the right time for that precious young family.”
- For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother’s womb. I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well. Psalm 139:13-14
- What do you think about this? Was it a coincidence that they stopped at our table? Was it a coincidence that she asked about the baby feet pin? To leave a comment, click on this story’s TITLE, then scroll to the bottom.
- Read how you can obtain a Precious Feet pin for yourself: http://www.hh76.org/default.aspx?GroupID=141
- ONE BUSINESS IN LIFE –Quote by John Wesley, circa 1780; Remaining words and music by Kathleen
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