As the Battle Wages On, These Stories Prove the Power and Value of Every Life

Radical progressives have been working overtime to devalue our most basic human right – life.

All over the world, the anti-life agenda is spreading like wildfire – from unrestricted abortion-on-demand to assisted suicide and euthanasia.

But for the rest of us, there is nothing more sacred than preserving life and spreading positive messages of hope that show just how powerful life is.

It is all-too-common nowadays for medical professionals to dismiss the will we all have to survive.

Diseases are deemed terminal, cases “hopeless,” and money and “convenience” have become the bottom line.

One man is sharing a story that has made international news.  It has gone viral not only because it is miraculous, but because it is a much-needed message that should have us all thinking about the value of each individual life.

Marina Abdulla of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) was being driven by her brother-in-law so that she could pick up her 4-year-old son from school.  While sitting together in the back seat, Abdulla saw an oncoming car and knew they were going to be hit.

She shielded her young son with her own body but was seriously injured in the accident – so critically, in fact, that she was taken for a time to a hospital in London before being sent to a facility back home.

That was thirty years ago, and for thirty years, she was in a coma.

The doctors said it was a hopeless case, but she was breathing on her own and responding to pain, so she was kept as comfortable as possible.

Her son, Omar, spent his entire childhood, teenage, and adult years visiting his mother.  He walked miles to see her.  He talked to her, encouraged her, prayed for her.  He even jeopardized his work and personal life in order to devote his time to her.

Omar told the UAE’s National, “I never regretted it. I believe that, because of my support for her, God saved me from bigger troubles.”

In 2017, the family was given a special grant to try a program in Germany, where Abdulla received surgery and therapy to treat her weakened muscles.   But still, Omar was told she would never wake up.

During a family argument at her bedside, she began to stir.  Three days later – after thirty years – Abdulla spoke her first word, her son’s name.

She is now receiving therapy to gain strength, has full conversations with her family, and even leaves the hospital for brief trips outside.

It is truly a miracle that teaches the resilience of life, the will to live, the power of prayer, and above all, the power of love.

“I shared her story to tell people not to lose hope on their loved ones,” Omar told the National.  “…but whenever in doubt I put myself in her place and did whatever I could to improve her condition.”

We hear stories like this often, yet the sanctity of life continues to be argued against by progressives and socialist governments who believe in having a “me first” mentality.

Another inspiring story involves a young mother in North Carolina.  Shelley Cawley tragically suffered a blood clot that traveled to her lungs following an emergency C-section.

She slipped into a coma, and doctors told her husband the situation was “hopeless,” something that is said far too often.

But then nurses had an idea.  They placed her baby on her chest for skin-to-skin contact.  The newborn was healthy and thriving and started making noises when she “met” her mother.

Again, a miracle.  Shelley responded to her baby’s cries and woke up.  She is expected to fully recover in yet another testament to the power of life and love.

Extremely premature babies that doctors dismiss as too small and frail to survive defy the odds and grow into healthy and strong children.

Parents who are told their children are “incompatible with life” fight and pray, and the children often live years longer than they were expected to – even to adulthood.

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Research into the power of the human spirit has found that twenty percent of people who are thought to be in a “vegetative” state are aware of what is happening around them.  They can hear the encouragement of loved ones; they can feel their presence.

Miracles happen every day, and we must fight for those who cannot fight for themselves.

It is our duty to keep the sanctity of life in the spotlight.  We must continue to work toward an end to abortion in our nation, an end to the label of “hopeless” that is given by medical personnel, and end to eugenics and assisted suicides that are prevalent in other countries to this day.

These stories, and many others, are a testament to the value that God places on each of our lives.  We all have purpose and a right to live.

It is something that the progressive left cannot seem to comprehend, but we can continue to work and pray that the global anti-life agenda is stopped before it further affects future generations.

After all, miracles do happen – and we are fighting on the right side.

What do you think of these miraculous stories of the power of life?  Do you have a miracle survival story to share?  Leave us your comments.