All Girls Allowed

A BBC news article about ‘Asia’s unwanted girls’ caught my attention today. I was totally shocked and devastated to read how, in some parts of India, women were choosing to have sex-selective abortions in favour of having a boy. The article went on to say that more care was given to boys and that girls were thought less of.

As a mom of two beautiful girls, I can’t imagine not embracing the inner beauty and qualities of the female sex. It hurts my heart to hear how these precious souls are being discriminated against and even murdered.

All Girls Allowed

An infant girl, dumped in a garbage bin, was found by garbage trash collectors in China. Her throat had been slit but miraculously, she was still breathing. The baby girl was rescued in 2012 and is now alive and safe today thanks to a Chinese Christian Charity called ‘All girls allowed’.

All Girls Allowed Charity was founded in 2010 by a Chinese lady called Chai Ling, after she gave her life to Jesus in 2009 and encountered the freedom of God. Ling had such a peace and felt in her heart that God would bring freedom to China just as He had given to her.

Ling was moved by the amount of women who were forced to go through abortions due to females being seen as the lesser sex and because of the One-Child Policy that the Chinese Government enforced.

Ling’s prayer was answered on October 29th, 2015 when China lifted the ban on the One-Child Policy. God answered the prayers of His people and moved in a mighty way to abolish this hideous law.

If God can do that in China, He can do the same in India! Let’s continue to pray for change and a move of the spirit; for hearts to become convicted and filled with the love of Jesus. Show every precious female out there that she is a beloved daughter of God and made in His image.

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  1. The coming together of His kingdom in prayer will move mountains for these beautiful girls, God has created a people of courage to stand against such things in Jesus name. 💕 The more we present Him the more people will come to Him.

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    1. Amen! Thank you Lord for raising up the ones who will stand for your precious daughters. We stand with them and cover them with prayer and the blood of Jesus.
      So good to see you back, Faithful Mommy! 😊❤️


  2. I have read it is knowing they have to come up with a huge dowry and an expensive weddiing that makes fathers not want a girl. If the dowry is too small, they will sometimes beat or kill the girl. It is horrible indeed.

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  3. I am so glad that the ban on the one-child policy has been lifted in China. I used to live in Beijing and saw what life was like with that policy in place. In a way I understand why that policy was put in place due to over-crowding…the city is densely populated from what I remember. Driving around there is like a circus. However, I still think families should have the option to have as many kids as they want. I know that in the poorer areas, children are a source of help with bringing home some income as they work with their parents out in whatever field they have. Hopefully, many things have improved since I last was there 17 years ago. – Sherline.

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  4. China sacrifices girls, but also, they torture and eat dogs and only sharks’ fins because they believe they are aphrodisiacs,
    Africa mutilates the girls’ clitoris,
    India venerates dead and cows,
    Brazil and other countries of Asia prostitute poor girls, who are the majority,
    etc, etc, etc.

    And I see here in Brazil, and also in other places of the world, their beliefs, with their thousands of gods, ways of life and habits.
    Then, I thank the LORD Jesus for having faith in Him, and living in a Christian country, although with catholic majority, evangelical-mason, and with afros and indigenous cults.

    There are nations that, although very old on Earth, have not yet found the light. And even among those who are called Protestants, their beliefs enslave them and make them irrational even if they have science and technology.

    The Judeo-Christian faith has civilized the world, and civilization already offers many solutions for human life, and people, peoples, and nations have not yet absorbed it, or refuse because of their traditions; as if they did not live on the same planet, and remain in barbarism.

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    1. You’re so right, Carlos. Only Jesus Christ can break the strongholds and set these people free from bondage. We have to keep sharing the light and love of Jesus to these dark places and continue to uphold them all in prayer.
      Blessings to you,
      Hayley 😊

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  5. I first learned about this about 15 years ago. My cousin/adopted sister is half Korean. Her birth mom (who is Korean) made it very known that she was displeased that my cousin came out a girl. Her birth moms behavior was disgusting. But with Gods favor, she was able to let go of that ideology and began loving my cousin more. It’s a work in progress but some progress is better than none. Thank you for bringing awareness! ❤️

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  6. I could barely read this. It is horrible all the evil in the world today. I pray daily God will stand up and stop the evil of abortion. One day I know when He has had enough, that is exactly what is going to happen. Thanks for sharing and God bless, SR

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