What are the Three Deadliest Words in the World?



The UN estimates there are 200 million missing females in the world because of gendercide carried out through abortions, infanticides, murders, and the abandoning of female children.  One of the nations with the worst record on the gendercide issue is the world’s largest democracy, India, which comprises almost a third of the total population of Asia.

In India, 50,000 females are aborted each month just for having XX chromosomes. The reason is simple: it’s a family business decision. For a poor family, children are a major drain on family income. What was barely enough money for a husband and wife to live on becomes strained even more when a child arrives. A baby boy has the potential of providing future income to the family, but baby girls have little potential of helping the family. Thus, baby girls are aborted to save the costs of feeding and raising them.

Almost 10 million girls, between the ages of 4 and 11 years old are abandoned by parents on the streets of India. Over a million of these end up in prostitution rings. Others are coerced into being a part of the 50 million children from ages 4 and up who labor from morning until night to survive. Many beg. Many steal. Many die.

Question: What are the three deadliest words in the world?

Answer: It’s a girl.

Gospel for Asia’s Bridge of Hope turns these situations around for good. Children are educated and nurtured. Families experience Christ’s love. More than 60,000 children have been helped so far and thousands of families have found faith in Christ as a result.

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Filed under Christianity, Church, God, Gospel For Asia, India, Poverty, Prayer

4 responses to “What are the Three Deadliest Words in the World?

  1. I clicked like – but it is a love hate relationship. I am so glad you wrote this, and agree with every word, but hate the information.

    thanks Larry

  2. The numbers are staggering, Mr. Larry. Thank you for helping us know and understand and showing us a way to help. God bless you!

  3. Ben Nelson,

    Thanks. Good point about the “like” button.

  4. Debbie,

    Thanks. The numbers in India, and all of Asia, are staggering.

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