Mark Houck Trusts God After FBI Raid: Persecution Means You’re “Doing the Lord’s Will”

Mark Houck Trusts God After FBI Raid: Persecution Means You’re “Doing the Lord’s Will” by Steven Ertelt for Life News

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Pro-Life advocate Mark Houck says he and his family are trusting in God after the FBI recently raided his home and charged him with a felony for peacefully protesting at an abortion center.

Houck was a featured speaker at a pro-life rally in Boston and says he is “not afraid” of what lies ahead for him and his family because he knows the persecution he’s facing happens as a result of doing the Lord’s will.

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“We will stay the course. We will fight the good fight. We will run the race,” Houck said, according to a Catholic News Agency report.

“First of all, be not afraid. What’s happening to me is a good thing. It’s a way to know you’re in God’s holy will. Amen?” he told the crowd.

“When they come after you and they persecute you, you know you’re in the will of God. And my wife and my children, my seven babies, we have great trust in the Lord. So be not afraid. Stand in the gap. And that’s where you’re called to be as men,” he said.

“We have people in Uganda and Europe praying. We have people all over the world praying. We have people in Boston praying. We are very encouraged by that,” Houck said.

The Biden administration continues targeting pro-life Americans for peacefully protesting abortion, contending they are breaking a law that makes it illegal to block access to abortion businesses. At the same time, Biden officials still haven’t arrested a single person for firebombing pregnancy centers, burning down churches or over 150 other acts of violence this year.

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