Dear Abortionist, We know that you have been through a difficult time lately. We know that you have been torn between your commitment to your Patients and your own conscience. But we also know that you are a good person, and that you would do anything to help those in need. So please, please don’t give up on your moral compass. You are not alone in this journey, and we are here to support you. Prayerfully, Your Fellow Americans
For many abortionists, their work is a deeply personal choice. They see it as a means of ending one’s own pain, and helping someone else find relief.
This is why abortion providers often face intense personal backlash from pro-life activists. For some, abortion is an act of violence against an innocent life.
And for those who believe in the sanctity of life, there is nothing more frustrating than witnessing someone end another human being’s life without suffering themselves.
That’s why abortion providers often turn to prayer in times of stress or turmoil. Prayer can help ease the emotional burden, and can offer reassurance that all is going according to plan.
Andrea Grimes, editor of the website TheAbortionBlog.com, has written extensively on the subject of prayer and abortion providers. In her article “Prayer Can Help Abortion Providers During Difficult Times”, Grimes shares her experience working with a group of abortion providers who regularly turn to prayer in times of trial or turmoil:
“One provider said she found comfort in praying for strength during difficult conversations with patients; another said she prayed for guidance as she made difficult decisions about care; and yet
Prayer for All Abortionists
abortionists are people who provide abortion services, which are defined as the termination of a human pregnancy by any means other than childbirth. Abortion is a highly divisive topic, with many people viewing it as a horrifying procedure while others believe it is a necessary step in ensuring women’s reproductive health.
Regardless of one’s stance on abortion, there is no denying that abortion providers face an emotionally challenging job. Many have experienced harrowing encounters with patients and have had to face difficult decisions that can affect their personal lives.
As abortion providers struggle through these tough times, it can be helpful to have supportive friends and family nearby. Here are some prayers that may be useful for all abortionists:
-Please keep your soul safe during this difficult time.
-Please know that you are forgiven for your work.
-Please know that you are loved and appreciated.
-Please know that you are supported through this difficult time.
Acknowledging that abortion is a difficult decision
There is no easy answer when it comes to abortion, and that is especially true for those who perform them. However, as clinicians who are tasked with making such a difficult decision, we should never forget that abortion is also a human decision, and one that deserves respect.
Abortion is an incredibly complex issue that has been the focus of much debate and discussion over the years. While there are certainly many positions on both sides of the issue, it is important to remember that each person who chooses to have an abortion faces unique challenges and concerns.
We should always strive to be respectful and understanding of those who choose abortion, regardless of our personal opinions on the matter. We can help by acknowledging that abortion is a difficult choice, and providing support and resources to those who choose to undergo it.
Saying a prayer for all abortionists
A prayer for all abortionists
We come before you today with humble hearts, asking that you would bless all those who choose to have abortions. We know that this is a difficult decision, and we ask that you would give them strength in whatever decision they make.
We know that abortion is not always easy or comfortable, and we ask that you would comfort and protect these women in their time of need. Please help them to realize the terrible consequences of their actions, and guide them towards a life of repentance and healing.
In your name we pray, Amen.
Recommending self-care and support after an abortion
After an abortion, many women may feel a range of emotions, including sadness, anxiety, anger, and guilt. It is important to find ways to self-care and support yourself in order to cope with these feelings. Here are some tips:
1. Talk to someone about what you’re going through. Talking about your feelings can help relieve some of the pressure you feel and can also give you support. There are many resources available to help you get support, such as hotlines or online groups.
2. Take care of your physical health. Many women experience post-abortion symptoms such as high levels of anxiety or nausea. Taking care of your physical health can help reduce the amount of stress you experience overall. Eating a balanced diet, getting enough exercise, and avoiding alcohol and drugs can all help improve your health.
3. Connect with others who have gone through an abortion. Meeting other women who have experienced similar things can be very helpful in decreasing your isolation and providing support. Online forums or groups are also great resources for finding community members who share your experiences.
4. Find a way to forgive yourself for making the decision to have an abortion. Forgiveness is one of the most difficult steps to take
Offering forgiveness to yourself and the person who made the decision to have an abortion
There are no easy answers when it comes to abortion. Many people feel conflicted and burdened after having one. It can be a difficult decision and one that is often shrouded in secrecy.
This is why it is so important to offer forgiveness to yourself and the person who made the decision to have an abortion. This doesn’t mean you condone their actions, or that you agree with them, but it does mean that you recognize their humanity and that you forgive them for what they have done.
It can be difficult to do, but it is important to remember that abortion is a complex issue and there are many different perspectives on it. You don’t need to agree with someone else’s choice to have an abortion, but understanding theirs will help you to forgive them.
Thanking your medical team for supporting you through this challenging time
Grateful for your skill and compassion
Thanking God for your courage and strength
Sending love and light to all women affected by abortion
When we hear the word abortion, many of us may think of the heartbreaking images we see of aborted fetuses on television or in magazines. We may also think of the women who have had abortions and the pain they are surely feeling.
We should not forget the doctors, nurses, and other people who help to provide abortion services. These individuals are often carrying a tremendous amount of emotional pain as well.
We all need to pray for these people. Prayer is one way to send love and light to those who are affected by abortion. It can help them to feel supported and understood.
We can also offer our prayers for the babies who will never be born because their mothers chose abortion. These babies will grow up without parents or siblings, and they may experience great sadness and loneliness.
We should remember that every person is valuable and loved. No one deserves to feel pain or loneliness because of something that they have done. We can all offer our love and support to those affected by abortion in the hope that it will help them to heal.
I ask that you continue to pray for those who perform abortions, both healers and the women who choose this path. I know that deep down many of them do not want to cause harm, but they are in a difficult situation. Please join me in offering healing and compassion to these individuals as they navigate through an often-traumatic experience.