A woman in Chattanooga, TN., posted a video about the day she almost aborted her baby. The woman, Angela Cummings, says she went for her abortion on Vance Road in the summer of 1990.
She says she was an alcoholic and had been impregnated by a man with four children already, “I thought the best thing for me to do was to abort my child,” she says.
As she got to the sidewalk, she saw a passionate woman with a long dress and a street preacher with a cross, “I want you to sense what I’m feeling right now…I was so scared, ” she says in the video as she walks the same walk she took that day.
The woman told her, “Don’t kill your baby.”
She said she was very impressed with the dedication of the pro-lifers outside the abortion clinic begging for the life of her unborn child.
Through her tears, she walked the street that used to house the killing center, and talks about the day she made the decision to kill her baby, “Somehow God allowed the [Sonogram] machine to read wrong.”
Angela said she knew she was 12 weeks pregnant but the abortion clinic told her she was 15 weeks and needed another $100.00 for the abortion.
She said she called her friends to get the additional $100.00 she needed for a 15 week abortion, but no one had the money to help her. So, she left the abortion clinic.
Angela says that she had the baby “a little boy with brown eyes that’s in college today,” she states.
The abortion clinic is no longer there, in it’s place is “Choices” which now helps women keep their children, “To God be the glory,” she says in closing.
LifeNews Note: Carole Novielli is the author of the blog Saynsumthn, where this article originally appeared.