There Is Healing From Abortion!

Healing from abortion comes from God!

Abortion is something that can be forgiven with a confession to God and repentance of heart. Here are some encouraging scriptures about forgiveness.


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Hebrew 8:12  “For I will be merciful to their iniquities, and I will remember their sins no more.”


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I believe every abortion is a tragedy. ~ Diane Abbott


Luke 7:47 Therefore, I tell you, her many sins have been forgiven—as her great love has shown. But whoever has been forgiven little loves little.”


How To Find Healing From Abortion?

Healing From Abortion Comes From God!

Healing from abortion begins when you come to God seeking forgiveness! Check out

Abortion, now what? Are you a woman dealing with guilt following an abortion? You can be forgiven and begin to heal. God can release the painful emotions you may be feeling.

It is possible that you were a Christian when you had your abortion, knew it was wrong at the time, have since confessed and repented, and yet still have many feelings of guilt and remorse.

Abortion is something that Satan uses not only to take an innocent life, but he also uses the whole situation to heap great guilt upon the woman who had the abortion and trickle the pain throughout the family.

All of the guilt or shame can be healed by our Lord Jesus Christ as we take all our burdens to Him in prayer! 

I am a man, yet I can empathize with how badly a woman must feel who has gone through an abortion. The pain and shame that there must be involved must be horrific.

The main thing is that even though abortion is a sin of taking an innocent life. God’s grace is higher than any sin anyone can commit. ~ Bill Greguska



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Some Christians Had An Abortion In The Past!

Maybe you are a Christian now, but when you had your abortion, you were not when you went through with the abortion, and you have guilt that continues to steal your joy.
Whatever your situation, whether you know Jesus Christ has forgiven you or not, abortion still is a painful emotional experience for any woman to go through. Can you be forgiven? Yes, of course, you can. More importantly, the question is, are you forgiven right now?
If you are in Christ, if you are born again, then you have already been forgiven. God Loves You!

Your abortion, unfortunately, was a sin, but no crime is so big that the Lord Jesus cannot excuse it. He saved you, and God knows precisely what you have done, are doing, and will do in the future.

God still loves you. He loves you not because of who you are but because of who He is. If you’ve had an abortion, you’re not evil.



Focus On The Love That Is Inside Your Heart

You are not someone who hates babies or can’t be a good mother, and you certainly don’t need to be called names by anyone, especially Christians. What you are is a sinner, just like everyone else.

We all have our weaknesses and faults, and we must all face Jesus with them. The place we need to go is to the cross where He took all our sins and paid the penalty for them.



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Are You Punishing Yourself Emotionally With Guilt From Your Abortion?

Now, I have a question for you. Can you earn your salvation or do anything at all to merit forgiveness from God? No, of course not. That is why salvation is by faith and not by works or faith and works. If you did not get your salvation by your actions, then you do not keep it by your works either. 



God’s Love Covers A Multitude Of Sins

Finally, here is the point. Some Christians, after they have sinned, punish themselves by retaining the guilt of their sin and do not receive the full forgiveness of Christ until they have put themselves through enough suffering that they have then “earned” the right to be forgiven. Forgiveness is a gift that needs to be recieved.

Of course, this isn’t the intention of holding on to guilt, but sometimes it’s the underlying reason. It is a danger because it is nothing more than trying to earn the forgiveness of God through our works, in this case, through suffering, this is an