The following is one of the most
amazing conversion stories I have EVER read. I thought it very relevant
because the man was more than pro abortion. He had been a Communist who
had performed as many as 62,000 abortions and yet, God DIRECTLY (without a
precipating party) touched his heart and did the St Paul thing on him and
his conversion was from Communist/atheist/baby murderer to one of the big
pro life fighters in his country. My husband found the story and it
turned my life around - and brought me out of the near despair I felt
after the election of Obama - nothing is
impossible with God! This abortionist personally
did 62,000 abortions.... the most amazing part of the story is in German
and I have translated it from the German site - here it is and I pray it
will lift your heart, in reminding of the POWER of God as it lifted mine -
the answer is not doing more fear mongering or rumor spreading, but to
storm Heaven with prayers for what God did with this
abortionist, He can also do with those in the administration who
are pro abortion:
Nov 12, 2008 / 09:21 pm (CNA).- The Spanish daily "La Razon" has published
an article on the pro-life conversion of a former "champion of abortion."
Stojan Adasevic, who performed 48,000 or more abortions, sometimes up to
35 per day, is now the most important pro-life leader in
Serbia, after 26 years as the most renowned abortion doctor in the
A pro life website
in German states:
Last weekend, with
relatively calm voice the former abortion doctor Dr. Stojan Adasevic
told an estimated 300 people in Salzburg, Vienna and Graz his story. The
fact that he no longer had been able to sleep at night, as an
abortionist who had done from 42,000 to 62,000
abortions. The fact that he made the trip to Austria, despite being 71
years old in less than good health (2 heart attacks and 3 bypass
His co-speaker was
Charlotte Carter, formerly the theater photographer in Germany and
mother of a child. - One child, she had aborted out of desperation. "If
only someone had told me what it would mean to not have my child to hold
and love - if only one person had told me, the life of my child would
have been saved." Ms Carter told the audience. "Today, only God Himself,
can forgive me!" Mrs. Carter volunteers in the Austrian Life Movement,
helping women in distress either before or after abortion.
A doctor and a
woman. Two different people in different life situations and their only
connection, the suffering that abortion causes.
practiced for 26 years as a leading doctor in a socialist state hospital
in Belgrade and had long been convinced that what his professors had
taught him was true Namely, that an abortion and an appendectomy hardly
differ - both were only tissue to be removed. His first doubts came in
the 1980s with the introduction of Ultrasound in the Yugoslav
hospitals. Adasevic now had the opportunity to see in the uterus and to
consider the "fabric" of the "contents of the uterus".
But "I saw without
looking," he says today.
Everything changed, when those dreams began" Adasevic continued.
Night after night
he had the same dream:
He is walking
through a peaceful field and yet he feels an oppressive feeling of
stress. Suddenly, ahead of him, he sees smiling children aged between
three and 20 years old. A boy and two girls, who look strangely
familiar, come to him, but he doesn't know where he recognizes them
from. When he wants to talk to them, they flee from him, screaming, as
if they feared for their lives. And always around watching, there is a
man dressed in a black habit.
Adasevic woke up
every night from this dream in a cold sweat and lay awake until morning
not being able to get back to sleep. One night in the dream, he
succeeded in talking to one of the children, but the child begins to
scream: "Help! Murderer! Save me from the murderers!" Immediately the
man in the Habit transforms into a black eagle and the bird snatches the
child. The next night the abortionist managed to
ask the strange man who he was. "Thomas Aquinas', the man answered but
Adasevic had never been heard of that name . The man in the black
habit, said "but who are the children you are seeing night after night:
These are those children whom, you, Adasevic have killed by abortion."
suddenly remembers why he recognized the boy and two girls. The boy
seems to look like the child of a close friend whose wife he had done an
abortion on, 20 years ago. Even with the two girls he can connect them
to their mothers - one is his cousin. As Adasevic awoke, he decided to
never again, in his life do another abortion.
An promise, he
ended up breaking a few hours later. When he arrived at the hospital
later that morning, he found a cousin waiting for him, with his four
months-pregnant girlfriend, who wanted to get her ninth
abortion-something quite frequent in the countries of the Soviet bloc.
Adasevic didn't want to perform the abortion however, his cousin's
insistance was persuasive. Finally, reluctantly, he agreed.
He killed the
larger fetus quickly but while he was removing body parts, an arm fell
out into the iodine solution and jerked as if it were alive. Shocked by
the sight, he made an effort to carefully remove the other body parts.
But one leg fell into the iodine solution - and moved. However, the
biggest shock was yet to come. "Then I pulled something out from the
womb ... and ... no! - [It was] a beating heart! [As I held the heart]
the beating slowed down and then, stopped. In that moment I knew I had
murdered a human being. " Horrified and pleading for mercy, he threw the
instruments of abortion down, never again to touch them."
Dr Stojan Adasevic
informed the socialist leadership of the hospital that he would no
longer perform abortions. In response, his salary was reduced by half,
his daughter lost her job and his son was not admitted to the university
. The media launched a smear campaign against him. But Adasevic has not
been deterred by this pressure.
involved in the pro-life movement and was able to get Yugoslav
television to air the film 'The Silent Scream,' by Doctor Bernard
Nathanson, two times."
Adasevic has told
his story in magazines and newspapers throughout Eastern Europe. He has
returned to the Orthodox faith of his childhood and has studied the
writings of St. Thomas Aquinas.
Today the 71 year
old Serbian doctor continues to fight for the lives of the unborn.
Despite failing health, he is active in the right to life movement and
its fight against abortion and has now written a book entitled "Sacred
Life", so far only available in Serbian, English and French. "We must
inform the women about what it means to have an abortion. And what
physical and psychological consequences are associated with it. But many
do not want to hear what the women victims and psychologists have to
say," said Dr. Adasevic. Dr. Stojan Adasivic clarifies: "Abortion is
murder and I was the executioner."