At first, you may think it doesn't sound like a good situation. However, if you read the article, you'll know that the situation truly changed.
Here is a link to the article by liveaction.org that is entitled, I was a Disney princess and I had an abortion: https://www.liveaction.org/news/i-was-disney-princess-had-abortion/.
Hopefully, you clicked on the link and read the entire article. If not, you may want to read what I will share with you of what was stated (I copied/pasted):
I woke up this morning in the shadows of Cinderella Castle, to a phone call from a friend who knows my story well. She informed me of a recent tweet by Planned Parenthood regarding the need for a Disney Princess who’s had an abortion.
“We need a disney princess who’s had an abortion / We need a disney princess who’s pro-choice / We need a disney princess who’s an undocumented immigrant / We need a disney princess who’s actually a union worker / We need a disney princess who’s trans”.
In 1981, I worked at Disneyworld as a Singer/Dancer where my voice was used in recordings as Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty for special events and ongoing shows. I performed on average 5 shows a day in front of Cinderella’s castle singing and dancing to “Some Day my Prince Will Come,” and “When You Wish Upon a Star.” At the age of 18, I became pregnant and had an abortion to keep my job as a singing princess. There was no pressure from the company or management to abort my baby. I didn’t tell them. But I made a decision on my own that I quickly lived to regret.
In the immediate days following my abortion, I struggled deeply. I continued to sing songs in front of the castle about dreams coming true, but eventually had to quit my dream job due to my inability to reconcile my decision within myself. I wanted to die.
Eventually, I found healing. It was an arduous struggle to navigate my personal grief. But by the grace of God, I am living an amazing life.
It also stated (I copied/pasted):
My family walks down Main Street USA to gaze upon Cinderella’s castle almost daily. We are strong, happy, peaceful. The princesses in my home represent Africa, Guatemala, America. I brought my children to live here as a reminder that orphans can take a position on a throne inside of a castle and that dreams do come true. The princess stories that exist cannot be improved upon by any of the think-tank sessions inside of Planned Parenthood. It’s time to stop the Princess bashing and understand that iconic fairy tales cannot be improved upon by a politically motivated agenda.
Maybe the reason Planned Parenthood wants to rewrite the princess stories is because stories of evil witches in pursuit of killing off beautiful princesses has already been told. I guess they don’t like their part of the story.
Wow! As you can see in what was in the article, you're now aware that this lady struggled; just as she had said in the article.
As you can see, she eventually found healing. And, by the grace of God, she is living an amazing life. Just as she said.
If you read the entire article, you'll be aware that she got married, and had a family.
The children aren't entirely hers, physically. But, they are her children. For this, I know she's blessed.
This lady came to Christ. She gained salvation by trusting in/believing upon our Lord, Jesus Christ.
Therefore, she must have repented of any sinful things in her life. Just as God tells us in His Word, the Bible... that we need to do.
Just as we read, in Acts 3:19, "Repent ye therefore, and be converted, that your sins may be blotted out, when the times of refreshing shall come from the presence of the Lord."
When I came to Christ, I repented. And, God has blessed me in so many ways.
Have you come to Christ, and gained salvation?
Have you repented?
If you haven't, then you will suffer. For when your life ends here on earth, you will spend eternity in Hell, with NO chance of escape.
But, if you have, then when your life here on earth ends, you'll spend eternity in Heaven, with Him. And, with me.
I hope I'll see you there.
Until next time...
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