A Prayer for Abortion is a prayer that is often used by those who seek comfort and guidance during a difficult and emotional time. The prayer may vary depending on the individual, but it often includes asking for divine compassion and understanding, as well as seeking comfort and healing for those who have been affected by abortion. The Prayer for Abortion is seen as a way of connecting with the divine and seeking spiritual solace and support. It is also a way of acknowledging the complexity and pain of the decision to have an abortion, and of affirming the dignity and worth of every human life. Many people find that this prayer helps them to process their emotions and to find peace and healing in the aftermath of an abortion. The Prayer for Abortion is a powerful reminder of the importance of compassion and understanding in all aspects of life, and of the need to support and care for those who are facing difficult choices and experiences.
Please read the prayers below which will provide guidance for Prayer For Abortion. May God Bless You!
Prayer For Abortion 1
Beginning this week the proceedings around a critical pro-life bill being heard by the United States Supreme Court. If the Supreme Court makes the decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, Texas is positioned to immediately ban all abortions thanks to the passage of my bill, The Human Life Protection Act. The Human Life Protection Act would immediately put an end to the dehumanizing practice of abortion in Texas and help to protect the unborn. I humbly ask that you join me in a special prayer to end abortion.
Prayer For Abortion 2
Dear Heavenly Father,
Thank you for the gifts of life, liberty, and freedom. Each life is a gift and today I ask that you protect the lives of the unborn from the brutal practice of abortion. Please shine the light of love and support upon the mothers who are struggling and believe abortion to be the only way. Lord, we know that we must face this darkness with light and we ask that you wrap your love around these mothers and help them see the beauty and power of choosing life over death. May they find a community of supporters who wrap their arms around them and help guide them through their pregnancy. Lord, we ask that you provide wisdom and guidance to the members of the United States Supreme Court, that they may make a decision to no longer be passive in allowing abortion to continue. Lord, I ask that you help our country to heal from the decades of misguided and evil policies that have allowed for the abortion industry to thrive — preying on young women and creating a culture of death. Please, God, help us to end abortion once and for all. In the Name of Christ, who came to give us life abundant, I pray.
Prayer For Abortion 3
You have revealed Yourself as the Father of all Life. We praise You for the Fatherly care which You extend to all creation, and especially to us, made in Your image and likeness. Father, extend Your hand of protection to those threatened by abortion, and save them from its destructive power. Give Your strength to all fathers, that they may never give in to the fears that may tempt them to facilitate abortions. Bless our families and bless our land, that we may have the joy of welcoming and nurturing the life of which You are the source and the Eternal Father.
Prayer For Abortion 4
I thank you today for the gift of my life, and for the lives of all my brothers and sisters. I know there is nothing that destroys more life than abortion, yet I rejoice that You have conquered death by the Resurrection of Your Son. I am ready to do my part in ending abortion. Today I commit myself never to be silent, never to be passive, never to be forgetful of the unborn. I commit myself to be active in the pro-life movement, and never to stop defending life until all my brothers and sisters are protected, and our nation once again becomes a nation with liberty and justice not just for some, but for all, through Christ our Lord.
Prayer For Abortion 5
I firmly believe that the Blessed Sacrament is Your very Body and Blood, Soul and Divinity. Senses cannot grasp this marvel. Faith, however, reaches beyond what the eyes can see and assures us that You are present. Grant, O Lord, that our faith in the Eucharist may also strengthen our ability to recognize the dignity of every human life. We know that the senses can fool us there as well. Some may not be attractive, others may seem too small, some may appear as less than human. But we, who can see You in the Sacred Host, can certainly see you in our brothers and sisters. We can also see You, O Lord, in the children in the womb. In a day when so many have forgotten these children, and dismiss them as less valuable than those who are born, grant that we may grow all the or convinced of their dignity and worth. Then grant, O Lord, that we may act accordingly.
Prayer For Abortion 6
O Holy Spirit of God,
You were promised to us by the Lord Jesus as the Advocate, as one who pleads our cause and speaks up for us in the heights of heaven. “I will ask the Father, and he will give you another Advocate, to be with you forever…” (Jn. 14:15). The apostle Paul has taught us that You intercede for us with groanings that cannot be expressed in speech (Rom. 8:26). We praise You today for the gift of salvation, for we are deeply aware that we cannot save ourselves. We have sinned, and we cannot win forgiveness on our own. We need an Advocate. We ask You, O Holy Spirit, to make us ever more aware of those who need us as advocates. Grant that we may hear the cries of our youngest, smallest brothers and sisters, those still in the womb, who cannot speak or defend themselves, and who cannot even pray. Holy Spirit, as You are the Advocate, so make us advocates. As You hear our cries for mercy, so let us hear the cries of others for mercy. Save us from the misfortune of seeking mercy only for ourselves, while being deaf to others. As You loosened the tongues of the apostles at Pentecost, so grant us today a Pentecost for the unborn, that we may speak for them before the great and the small, before governments and institutions, and before all Your people.