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This story is just amazing and everyone should read it and know the name Lou Xiaoying. Click the photo below to read the story of how she found and raised more than 30 abandoned Chinese babies from the streets of China:

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  • Army_Pilot1967

    Such a compassionate, caring woman…what a heart-warming story. God bless her for saving so many children. Apparently some Chinese just discard unwanted children like so much garbage. That’s terrible! I pray that woman is able to recover from her kidney problems. God bless her for her compassion and love for abandoned children.

    • http://tinyurl.com/wwsotu Whitewolf2009

      Amen! God is always watching! She will get her just reward in Heaven.

      • 4Hoppes2

        What you said can’t be improved on, only can I add that I pray each of those children throughout their lives hold the same level of admiration and appreciation for what Lou Xiaoling and her husband has done for them.

        • http://tinyurl.com/wwsotu Whitewolf2009

          Amen! Brother… Amen!

  • http://tinyurl.com/wwsotu Whitewolf2009

    Beautiful! Proof that God’s Angels come in all ages/races and nations! God bless her! So many innocent souls owe their human lives to her! She should be nominated for Sainthood as far as I’m concerned!

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/44F4AB4VSCTOCHBMBG4ZWWD5OU Laurel

    What a wonderful woman and her husband too. The contrast from her rescuing discarded children to those dumping them is astounding. It’s hard to believe they are in the same country. I hope her example stands for all the world to see but most especially all of China.

    • http://tinyurl.com/wwsotu Whitewolf2009

      I watch the Chinese competitors in the Olympics and I see nothing but Borg Clones… All clones forced to represent the Communist Regime! I wish they would take a stand against the Communist Regime and refuse to compete, stating that real Chinese people are not free… they are nothing more than trained poodles. That they, or their family will suffer if they do not do well…

      Contrast that to the American competitors… They are there of their own free will, representing a free nation… They will be lauded if they win a medal… But will not face exile and governmental problems if they cannot win one…

      It’s so sad…

  • Patriot077

    What an amazing woman. Her story is just profoundly touching. May God bless her for her compassion and send more angels to China.

    Thank you for bringing this to us, Scoop.

  • Sober_Thinking

    Inspiring. It’s wonderful to see love amongst such evil. The light will prevail over the darkness.

    God will deal harshly with China.

    • layne22

      I believe the Lord will deal harshly with the US as well. Or perhaps He already is….

  • anyonebutbarry2012

    wow, what a amazing person.Truly selfless,May God Bless her.

  • badbadlibs

    “Story of Chinese woman who saved 30 abandoned babies after finding them dumped in the street with the trash”

    Coming to a town near you….actually, babies dumped in the trash is an occuring story in America. Nearly 4,000 today alone, some of which could have survived.

    God bless this daring and caring woman and may He heal her in every way needed.

  • DebbyX

    These poor souls live in abject poverty with no hope (or change)!

    The spoiled “poor” in this Country don’t know what poverty IS, they’re too busy on their cell phones standing in line waiting for the next hand out.

  • toongoon

    What she said about picking up recyclables in alleys and thinking to herself that these children were recyclable is very touching. This woman is blessed.

    Sometimes I forget about the humanity you find in people in those far away robotic communist or third world countries. Most times you hear about people who go to these countries as missionaries to do Gods work, never hearing about those who live there doing it as well.

    Thank you for posting this and reminding me that there is goodness in all cultures.