Living on LIFE Support

When LIFE Support is administered, it is typically because the patient is in grave danger and cannot speak for themselves to tell medical persons what is wrong or what happened. Medical persons [doctors, nurses, EMT’s, etc] rely on instinct, medical training and what loved ones or good Samaritans have shared with them. In other words, a person with no voice has life saving measures administered to SAVE their life, not take it; the patient relies on others to save their life.

Think of it this way: You and your family go swimming. For whatever reason you cannot stay afloat and begin to drown…is it your instinct to try and float so you can live OR tell others not to help you and allow your to drown? Watch For Children

Or this way: If your child suddenly started to bolt out into oncoming traffic, would you want the nearest person to pull him/her to safety OR would you rather that person question whether or not the child is worth saving?

When life is in danger, life support is TO support life not take it; LIFE Support on the sidewalk is TO support and defend unborn life.

Death TruckMost often when an unborn child goes into the abortion facility, they don’t come out. Their life has been decided to be unimportant, chosen for execution rather than a life worth supporting.

Abortion – ending LIFE support of an unborn baby – doesn’t prevent the woman from being a parent.

LIFE Support on the sidewalk is an initiative to present life supporting options for a person – the unborn child – that cannot speak for themselves. LIFE support is meant to support the life of the infirm, not the caregiver or parent or family.

Support LIFE, speak LIFE.

v15 “See, I have set before you today life and good, death and evil, v16 in that I command you today to love the Lord your God, to walk in His ways, and to keep His commandments, His statutes, and His judgments, that you may live and multiply; and the Lord your God will bless you in the land which you go to possess.” Deut 30:15-16]

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