"As the plaintiff in the infamous Supreme Court case Roe v. Wade, my life was inextricably tied up with abortion. Though I had never had one, abortion was the sun around which my life orbited. I once told a reporter, 'This issue is the only thing I live for. I live, eat, breathe, think everything about abortion.'"
Roe v. McCorvey, by Norma McCorvey and Gary Thomas
This was not softened by harsh rhetoric and gruesome pictures, but through the overwhelming and incessant love of a little girl. Through Emily, God brought her to say over and over, "I just want to undo all the evil I've done in this world. I'm so sorry, God. I'm so, so sorry. As far as abortion is concerned, I just want to undo it. I want it all to just go away."
Norma and Emily
At that point, Norma remembers, "Finally, I stopped crying and broke into the biggest smile of my life. I no longer felt the pressure of my sin pushing down on my shoulders. The release was so quick that I felt like I could almost float outside."
Book: Won by Love, Norma McCorvey
Article: Examining the Passing of an Icon
Reversing Roe: The Norma McCorvey Story
On February 18, 2017 Norma fell asleep in Jesus.
The Supreme Court decision in her name still stands.