Doctors Told Her Parents to Bury Her Because She Would Die Soon, Now She’s a Pro-Life Advocate

International   |   Life Dynamics   |   Nov 12, 2014   |   4:49PM   |   Washington, DC

While Hillary Clinton supports abortion on demand in the United States for any unborn child, another Hilary (spelled with one “L”) out of the UK has emerged with a positive message for life.

In an interview with the pro-life disabled woman uploaded by a pro-life group out of the UK, Hilary McDowel says that she feels called to be a voice for the unborn baby.

When (pro-life) Hilary was born doctors told her mother “Take her home and love her and bury her because even if she did live she would have no quality of life.”

hilarymcdowellToday, although she still has some problems with walking, hearing and her sight, she is an author of five books and a performance poet among many other things. She feels she has many reasons to be positive saying God “got inside the situation and transformed it from inside”.

She feels great sympathy for the “tragedy and the heartbreak” experienced by mothers of severely disabled children. But she believes “no disability is without hope,” and encourages mothers to consider the benefit of carrying their baby to term so that even if the baby doesn’t survive, they can still say: “I gave it life in me for nine months”.

“God wants us to have life“, she tells the group.

Hilary says that because of her story she feels she can be a voice of the unborn child begging their mothers to let them live.

“I’m trying, in a humble way, to be the voice of the baby. Crying out and saying, I’m here, I’m alive, I want to live. There’s a world out there to see. There’s a world to change for the better. God has allowed me in a modest way to do that. So, I’m the voice of the baby. Please please remember my life. Please let me live!” she said.

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LifeNews Note: Reprinted with permission from the LifeDynamics blog.