Miracles in the Trash: The Aborted Savior of the World

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WestBow Press, Sep 14, 2012 - Fiction - 384 pages
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A mothers womb has become the most dangerous place in the world. Innocent life is not to be relegated to the trash cans of the world. In this musical, God wants to bring humanity back into the embrace of his divine love, a humanity that has boldly stepped onto the pathway of its annihilation, through the catalysts of abortion and homosexuality. Truth has the ability to change hearts and minds, and God is truth.

A beautiful, unique life is to be cherished and cared for because it is the most precious of gifts from the creative heart of God. What if Mary had aborted Jesus, the Son of God? In this play, she does and is punished by God with a life that never ends. After Jesus is aborted and has resumed his heavenly state, he is torn between the love that he has for his mother and his Father, who seeks to have his mother tried in a court of law for the murder of his Son, and thus the Church of God.

This play sets the stage for the unthinkable and unravels the answers to the controversial questions surrounding a womans decision to abort her miracle, a gift from the love and very heart of God. Miracles in the Trash portrays abortion from Gods perspective, and his boundless love for each individual life he has created, revealing that life begins in the heart and mind of God, and that he knows who we are before we are even conceived. Biblical references support that fact. If we believe that God is all-knowing, then it leads to only one conclusion, that he knew who we were before our mother even met our father.

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About the author (2012)

Barbara Hendrix was born in Shreveport, Louisiana, raised in Richmond, California, and currently resides in Oakland, California. She graduated from the Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley, California with a M.Div., and from the University of California at Berkeley with a B.A. She has four children, Valerie, Signora, Bobby, and Anjanette, and three grandchildren, Latora, Karrington, Isaiah, and a great grand daughter, Alanna.

To arrange appointments for speaking engagements, visit her websites for contact information.


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