UPDATED: You can’t get a haircut in New Mexico, but you still can get an abortion!
I just finished my run with Daisy and it is a time I also talk with God…more importantly to listen to God. I have been reporting and preaching against abortion for years…and the Lord told me this morning to speak out MORE in LOVE for His babies. So I prayed and asked the Lord what do I say?
How can God be happy with us here in New Mexico that will continue to kill His babies? I am just completely stunned that abortions continue in New Mexico while many, many businesses are closed during this pandemic! I can’t get a haircut, but abortions still take place.What a horrific message that sends. Governor Lujan Grisham in the love of Jesus, you have the power to end the killing of babies, you have the power to close those clinics at this time! I ask you in the love of Jesus, please. I first met you years ago when you visited the ARC of New Mexico “White Hat” Award Ceremony, which was given to Heather Wilson. You cared enough to come visit with all of us at the ARC of NM. (I was on the Board of Directors at that time) You saw how the clients of the ARC had overcome many disabilities in their life. They were given life by God and their Mother. Please give all the babies the opportunity we all have, the gift of life. I would welcome to visit with you on this and other matters. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org Please help God’s babies.
Governor, you have been very aggressive in fighting the pandemic, saying every life counts, Thank you for that, but why do you not put that same aggressiveness into ending abortion in our state?
President Ronald Reagan — ‘I’ve noticed that everyone who is for abortion has already been born.’
FGGAM NEWS just received this new release. We are praying for the good health of all, and wisdom for Governor Lujan Grisham and that soon this crisis will pass, we pray this all in the Mighty Name of JESUS! Amen!
Each day since this crisis began, I’ve woken up with two questions on my mind: What can I do to keep New Mexicans safe? And how many hours can I possibly work?
|Together with the hardworking individuals in my administration, I’m doing everything I can to protect New Mexico communities from the spread of COVID-19. We’re working nonstop on important efforts like supplying our health care workers and first responders with much needed personal protection equipment, increasing our testing capacity, disseminating vital public health information and helping folks navigate the resources they desperately need.|
|But I’m just one small piece in the fight against this pandemic. The single most important thing we can do to stop the virus in New Mexico – staying home – depends on each person doing his or her own part. Collective action is the way through to the other side – and we must never lose sight of the fact that we are in this fight together.|
|I’m so grateful to New Mexicans who are doing the best they can to stay home, wash their hands and help to flatten the curve in New Mexico. My heart goes out to all of the front-line workers keeping our communities healthy, safe and fed. Thank you for everything you do for each and every one of us.|
|Still, I know it isn’t easy. In a matter of just a few weeks, lives have been upended and plans for the future have been erased. We’re mourning losses big and small: college graduations, steady jobs – the sense of normalcy that comes from dropping your child off at school every morning.|
|This has been tough for everyone. Especially those who’ve lost a loved one. I hold a special place in my heart grieving every New Mexican we’ve lost to this devastating virus. So I’m urging the people of our great state to take care of themselves and take care of one another during this challenging time.|
|If you think you may be infected with the coronavirus, go to our Department of Health page to learn more about testing and what you should do to get help.|
|If you’re in a position to give and want to help out, make a donation to the All Together NM Fund, which is offering support in the community.|
|And if you’re searching for a way to entertain your kids – or look after your own mental health, check out some of the free resources available online. You can visit the New Mexico Museum of Art’s annual Spring Community Fun Day virtually or check out the New Mexico Tourism Department’s 360-degree view YouTube playlist of some of New Mexico’s wonders.|
|When this is all over, I can’t wait to hit the ground running on all our big dreams and plans. But in the meantime, I’m fighting this virus and its impact on all of us as hard as I can for you, your family and all the people who make New Mexico the greatest state in our country.|
|All the best to you and yours,
Michelle Lujan Grisham