The Church Girl – The Guardian 7 #OneChanceReplay



The word rang in his ears.  Ifeanyi dropped the receiver and crashed in his seat, as though he had been hit by a bulldozer.  He hadn’t even imagined this possibility.  He sat horrified, his mind racing, thinking about how he was going to break this shocker to Mary.  She would be devastated.  Oh, God!  What had he done?

He looked at Amaka, who stood, watching him.  He couldn’t read her expression.  He swallowed hard.  “Are you sure?”

She simply nodded her head.

“How far along are you?”  This would tell him if he was safe or not.  Hopefully.  He took in deep breaths, while still holding Amaka’s gaze.

“I’ll tell you, on one condition…” Amaka said, bargaining.

“What?” Ifeanyi creased his brows.

“I want an honest answer.  If you knew it was your baby, would you want me to keep it?”

Wow!!!  That was a big question.  He knew the Christian thing to say.  Of course she should keep it.  Abortion was wrong on so many levels.  But this baby could potentially destroy his life, and put his other children in jeopardy.

He decided to throw it back at her.  “It depends…  How far along are you?”

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