Thank you. We’re quite excited, but this baby didn’t choose us as his/her parents. God chose us, and it is quite humbling to be chosen by God to do this… My husband and I co-operated with Him; that did not limit His power but allowing His power to work through us. I’m quite certain His plans for who He gave me for my mother and whose mother I am to be far exceed whatever plans I could make.
Your theory of that human souls choosing their mother leaves one to question why any soul would choose a mother who would choose to abort her child. Your theory also place the abortion (in part) on the child’s soul, “If you hadn’t choosen this womb, you wouldn’t have been aborted.” Those who support abortion would absolutely love your theory, as the human body aborted either does not yet have a human soul or a human soul that wanted its body aborted.
You repeately use the phrase “eye of the needle” but you take it out of it’s Biblical context. Jesus spoke about that in reference to the rich entering the kingdom of God. In Mark 10:24-25 he said, “Children how hard it is to enter the kingdom of God! It is easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than for one who is rich to enter the kingdom of God.”
You asked rhetorically “what exactly is conception?”, but I don’t think your answer was completely correct. Here’s the defination according to Webster’s on-line Dictionary. (I will mention the definition was changed in recent years to sometimes include “implantation” due to certain medical practices that create and/or destroy human embryos before implantation.)
Main Entry: con·cep·tion
*]Etymology: Middle English concepcioun, from Anglo-French concepcion, from Latin conception-, conceptio, from concipere
*]Date: 14th century
[/LIST]*1 a *(1) : the process of becoming pregnant involving fertilization or implantation or both (2) : embryo, fetus b : beginning <joy had the like conception in our eyes — Shakespeare>
2 a : the capacity, function, or process of forming or understanding ideas or abstractions or their symbols b : a general idea : concept c : a complex product of abstract or reflective thinking d : the sum of a person’s ideas and beliefs concerning something
3 : the originating of something in the mind