Please pray for Jeremiah. Yes, we still covet you prayers for his full recovery, but also he has been contacted by the largest “pro-life” university student organization in Italy. They are asking him 5 critical questions on how Italy led by the youth can abolish abortion in their nation.

Pray God grants Jeremiah revelation, prophetic insight, wisdom, knowledge, and understanding in presenting the self-evident truth that the naysayers will not be able to resist nor refute in Jesus’ name!

The Gentle Revolution is spreading. It is literally touching and influencing the nations of the earth. If you want to be a part of this movement, please make plans to join Operation Save America to Lead Justice to Victory in Indianapolis, IN from July 14-21st.

There you will be equipped, trained, discipled, mentored, and given important on the job training to fulfill the Great Commission in America by ending the American holocaust in Jesus’ name!

We have this widow of opportunity. God forbid we fail in our duty to plead the case of the fatherless to WIN IT!

This is the document presented to Jeremiah and our family today by Representative Tony Tinderholt. We will be working together to end the blight and scourge of abortion in the Lone Star State and spreading the vision and mission to other states as well. Glory to God!
Here is a brief video where he makes a commitment to our family to work together to end abortion in the Lone Star State and spread it to others. Keep pressing on saints to the high call and prize in Jesus’ name!

Here is the entire letter. The shorter version will be released at a later date. This would be good to spread to families, youth groups, sports teams, and churches.

It is a call to come back home to the Father’s House through the Gospel of the Kingdom of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, and leave all the deception, darkness, and despair behind.

It is a charge for this generation to rise up to become good soldiers of Jesus Christ to storm the gates of hell, knowing full well they will not prevail against God’s obedient Church!


Dying 16-Year-Old Unselfishly Fighting to Save Lives of Unborn

TUESDAY, JUNE 26, 2018 @ 9:26 AM

Dying 16-Year-Old Unselfishly Fighting to Save Lives of Unborn

ANNE REED AFA JOURNALLast Sunday, Gov. Greg Abbott listened on the phone to terminally-ill Jeremiah Thomas express his wish to bring an end to abortion in Texas. In March, the 16-year-old was diagnosed with osteoblastic osteosarcoma, a bone cancer unaffected by radiation therapy.

“That was the day it shifted everything, and it turned our world upside-down,” Jeremiah explained.

But last Sunday, he experienced another shift. Though his condition is rapidly deteriorating, the event that brought him extraordinary joy had nothing to do with his own health and wellbeing. It was about the lives of others – babies in their mother’s wombs. As he sat in his hospital bed and humbly explained his position to the governor by phone, he appeared to be both surprised and elated at Abbott’s response:

“Your wish is…[one of] the Republican party platform positions,” Abbott explained, “and it’s what we’re going to be pursuing this next legislative session – and that’s the outlawing of abortion altogether in the state of Texas. And so your wish is granted.”

Jeremiah has two large tumors on his spine and one on his chest, and he is now paralyzed from the waist down. Previously an all-star, state champion athlete, he is the son of Rusty Thomas, the national director of Operation Save America. Before he got sick, Jeremiah, along with his siblings and mother, ministered outside the local abortion clinic.

“Just the thought of 20 babies being murdered under our noses was enough to make us sick and angry,” he told Abbott while lying in his hospital bed. “That’s what drove my family out there. So for my wish, I wanted to talk with you and discuss the bill of abolition. A recent poll showed that 68% of Texans want abortion abolished. So, I’m sure you would be representing the demand of Texans if you passed this bill.”

He explained it wasn’t only his own wish, but the wish of thousands of Christians, abolitionists, and pro-lifers. Though Jeremiah would love to see abortion abolished nationwide, the thought of playing a part in ending the immoral practice in his own state brings a smile to his face.

“Back when I was at MD Anderson,” he explained, “I was asked by Make a Wish to make my wish, and they talked about a legacy wish the kids could leave behind after they passed. And that really intrigued me. I would love for that to be what I’m remembered by.”

Rep Tony Tinderholt (R-TX) has been working on H.B. 948, a piece of legislation that removes exemptions under Texas state criminal homicide law and, thereby, grants the unborn, human rights from the moment of conception. “I look forward to the day when abortion ceases to exist in Texas, the United States, and around the world,” Tinderholt said on his website.

Tinderholt believes the protection of innocent human life is more important than any other issue. His position clearly aligns with Jeremiah’s wish, and H.B. 948 is perhaps the avenue through which it becomes a reality.

Though abortion proponents will undoubtedly claim its unconstitutionality and file suit if the bill is signed into law, the case could potentially be the one that overturns the Supreme Court’s 1973 Roe v. Wade decision.

We see in the pages of Scripture over and over again how God revels in using the unlikely to accomplish His purposes. Why not use a child?

Think just for a moment of Josiah, the child-King who ruled in Judah from 640-609 B.C. and, as a very young man, led the people back to God through the reading of His Word and the tearing down of idols. Imagine the depraved and rebellious condition of that society and the courage it took for Josiah to take such a stand.

Rusty recognizes the special calling, strength, and devotion exhibited by young Jeremiah. “I told my son that what he’s enduring doesn’t produce character, it proves character,” he said.

Last Sunday, Jeremiah left the hospital for the last time. “This is going home,” said his father in tears. “Either this is going home, and God’s going to heal him, or he’s going home, to go home – to be with Him.”

Perhaps in multiple ways, Jeremiah is exemplifying the directive Jesus gave His disciples in Matthew 19:14, “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.”

(Editor’s note: click on the following link to help Jeremiah:

Here you go brethren. Not knowing how much time Jeremiah has on this earth, he penned this letter to his generation. He desires that the remaining days he has on earth count for God, His Kingdom and the salvation of others.

In a sense, it is his last will and testament. Out of all the things we have shared, this is vital that this goes viral. Please do your part to spread this far and wide. Thank you!

Jeremiah’s Letter to His Generation: A Call Back to Christ and Abolish Abortion

There are many ways to be brave in this world.

Sometimes bravery involves laying down your life for something bigger than yourself or for someone else.

Sometimes bravery involves giving up everything you have ever known, or everyone you have ever loved, or everything you’ve ever wanted, for the sake of something greater.

But sometimes it doesn’t.

Sometimes bravery is nothing more than gritting your teeth through pain. It is bearing down through the hard work of every day life. The slow walk towards a better life.

And sometimes it’s letting go.

Hey guys, my name is Jeremiah Thomas. I was raised on the front lines of the ongoing battle for the soul of our nation called abortion. It is a hidden holocaust that has wiped out one third of our generation. I’m from a family of 12 siblings, a stay-at-home mom, and a fiery preacher for a dad. I remember growing up watching my father fearlessly preach and plead with women going into death camps. As a result, I always wanted to grow up to be a preacher.

One thing you should know about my family. We are really big on sports. Both the boys and girls. The football and volleyball seasons are huge for us. I am the youngest of the guys in the family. So naturally growing up meant I got destroyed playing backyard football.

I learned a lot from my older brothers. I watched them all practice. I watched them all play. I watched them all win State. I wanted to be THAT good.

My brothers played for a private Christian school that allowed homeschoolers to participate. For two years, I woke up early and drove with them to practice so I could be the team’s water boy. The school’s athletic policy changed right before I got my chance to play. Only enrolled students were allowed on the team. So, in the fifth grade, my parents enrolled me because they had promised me the opportunity to play football and my Dad never goes back on his word.

After some years of flag football practice, my turn to play tackle football finally came in the seventh grade. We went 9-1 ending my junior high career on a good note. My parents pulled me out immediately after my last game and brought me back to homeschooling. I skipped 8th grade and went straight into my freshman year. I played with a different Christian school, the Parkview Pacers. I played with them my freshman and sophomore year, winning state my sophomore year. This meant that all the Thomas’ boys had won State. I received awards and got selected both years to play in the “All Star Game.” I don’t say this to brag but to share what my life was before cancer.

Growing up, I always had one foot in Christ and one foot in the world. I attended church, did Bible study, and ministered with my family but when I was at school or hanging with friends you couldn’t tell that I knew Christ.

It wasn’t until the summer of 2017 in Louisville, Kentucky that I experienced revival. I was baptized along with forty-eight other kids (and some adults). I came home to Waco, Texas on fire for Christ.

Link to Jeremiah’s baptism:

I immediately ran to the roar of the battle and began to do ministry outside our local abortion clinic. With my Bible and a handheld microphone, I began sharing the Gospel on high school and college campuses.

Football came and went way too fast. It was a great season. We won State! Football season became basketball season. I continued to minister and play sports.

One night before Christmas, our family watched the Muppet Christmas Carol. I cried through the whole film. I thought I was feeling the Christmas spirit, but I soon realized it was the presence of God.

I was so moved, after the movie, I offered to do all the dishes for my siblings. My dad told me, it was our “Christmas miracle.” There were a lot of dishes and it was late. My tired sisters mumbled a “thank you” as they went off to their bedrooms. My parents and older brother went to bed too, leaving me alone to do dishes.

As I started washing the dishes, I regretted my decision. I decided to worship the Lord. I started to cry again, which then turned to weeping. Soon it was too much for me. I couldn’t do the dishes. I tried to run to my bedroom, so I could collapse on my bed. But I didn’t make it; I collapsed in my dad’s office.

For the next two hours I was pinned to the ground, shaking in the presence of God. At that point, deep intercession and travail filled me, leaving me undone. I knew God was demanding more of me. I began to hear a Voice. It was almost like it was speaking into me. I recognized the words the Voice was saying, when I knew that I shouldn’t. It spoke in a different language, saying the names of the Lord. It was the Lord! He was speaking to me! I woke up to see my brother, Valiant, and my dad sitting in chairs around me.

“What just happened?” I heard my Dad say.

After I recovered, Valiant and my other brother, Josiah, had about an hour-long worship session in our bedroom. The presence of the Lord was in the room. It was so thick, you could cut with a knife. But this time His presence was sweet and convicting, causing my brothers and me to weep and hug each other as we confessed our sins to one other.

Fast forward, basketball season was almost over. After a game, I came home with a small injury. A little bump on my ribs. Thinking it was your average rib injury, I wrapped it up and finished the basketball season. It was hurting a lot more by baseball season, but I had already started playing, so I kept my commitment.

I kept my ribs well wrapped and it didn’t give me too much of a problem. It wasn’t until I got home and tried to fall asleep that I would have major problems. I couldn’t sleep to save my life. My ribs hurt, and my back hurt as well. The back pain was excruciating. Sometimes I would pound the ground with my fist and cry out. My mom or dad would wake up and hold me as I grimaced in pain.

The first doctor said the pain was scoliosis in my back and a contusion on my ribs. But the pain only grew worse. We went back to the doctor’s office and they took a CT scan. The doctor said we would have to wait for the radiologist to read the scan. We went home expecting to come back sometime next week. As soon as we entered our house, the doctor’s office called us saying we needed to get back A.S.A.P.

My parents and I headed back with a bit of anxiety. The doctor received us back into his office and sat us down. The next few moments were a blur as my world was turned upside down and inside out. The only thing I could really understand was that I had a tumor in my front chest and it was malignant. I was dying.

My dream to play college football was DEAD. My dream to minister was DEAD. We were absolutely blindsided. I was the healthiest I had ever been. I was in my prime! I had so many plans and goals for the year. I couldn’t accept the news that I had a malignant tumor, not yet. Not now. Maybe a tumor at seventy years old; I could die at seventy. Not at sixteen.

I was in fulltime ministry mode at that time. I went out to my local abortion mill, Baylor college, and high schools. I would share the Gospel of the Kingdom with complete strangers to fulfill the Great Commission. I was pursuing the call that was on my life. I thought I could only serve God if I was healthy. I thought if I was hospitalized, I would lose all opportunity to minister to others. Little did I know that God was going to use my sickness to reach the lost and encourage brethren throughout the world.

After a few months of cancer and a bunch of different treatments, here I am. I’m lying down in bed, typing this letter. I have lost my hair, my ability to walk, fifty pounds of healthy muscle, the sensation in my legs and back, and my football career. But I haven’t lost my faith and hope in God. In fact, my faith in Him has been strengthened. I have grown so much closer to my Savior, knowing full well my life is in His hands. He has been with me every step of the way, guiding me and teaching me.

I’ve learned no matter what you get hit with in life, you sometimes have to lower your shoulder and keep trucking, just like in football. Trust God to keep your feet and sustain you. In less time than it takes to play a full football season, my life has been taken over by cancer. I don’t know how much time I have left on this earth, but with what time I do have, I want it to count for God and my generation. This is my call to my generation, “Leave it all behind and come back home!”

“This day I call the heavens and the earth as witnesses against you that I have set before you life and death, blessings and curses. Now choose life, so that you and your children may live” (Deuteronomy 30:19).

We have grown up in a culture of death, sexual confusion, immorality and fatherlessness. This culture of death I speak of consists of abortion, homosexuality and suicide. One third of our generation has been wiped out due to abortion. Over 25 million people have died as a result of AIDS. Even without AIDS, the life expectancy of a homosexual man or woman is about 33 years shorter than that of a heterosexual. More young people die from suicide than from cancer, heart disease, AIDS, birth defects, stroke, pneumonia, influenza, and chronic lung disease, combined.

We have been handed a bill of goods that has completely destroyed us. In our nation, we have chosen death and received the curse.

I would like to use a parable of the Prodigal Son to describe our generation. We have taken our Heavenly Father’s blessings and have turned from Him. We’ve squandered our godly heritage and we still haven’t turned back to the Father. How bad does it have to get in order for our generation to wake up and realize that we are a long way from home?

My call to you today is to come back to the Father. Leave behind the darkness, deception and despair. We are a fatherless and lawless generation searching for identity. Meanwhile, our heavenly Father is standing with arms wide open, beckoning to us to return to Him through the good news of the Gospel of the Kingdom of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

If you’re going through depression, there’s hope in Christ. If you’re battling disease, there’s healing in Christ. If you’re contemplating suicide or abortion, there’s abundant life in Christ.

Abortion is more than wrong. It’s an abomination. It’s the murder of an innocent baby. It turns mothers into murderers and men into cowards. Abortion goes against everything God intended. He made men to protect women and children. He made women to love and nurture. So, in conclusion, abortion is more than just a “woman’s issue.” It’s an act of murder that should be penalized by law. It is our generation’s duty to rise up and abolish abortion.

It’s time to wake up and stand against the evil in our day. There’s a battle to fight and souls to save. Everybody else is joining in the confusion and chaos that is ruining our nation. They are literally killing themselves and others trying to prove that they are right. True rebellion is going against the flow of what everybody else is doing.

Finally, to the liberal student activists who think they are fighting “the establishment” on college campuses- you are the establishment! Your professors are liberal. Your parents are probably liberal. Your friends are liberal. The music you listen to is liberal. Hollywood is liberal so the movies you watch are liberal.

Who or what are you truly rebelling against?

To the college kids who complain that they can’t trust our government- you’re doing everything in your power to make it bigger. The government is taking away our natural, God given rights. You’re making the problem worse. This is insanity.

If you want to be a rebel on college campuses fight for freedom! Stir the status quote, don’t go along with it. True examples of counter culture are the Christians who fight against abortion. They’re actually fighting to end the grave evil in our day.

Look at history. Over one hundred million people have been murdered under the ideologies of Democratic Socialism and Communism. When we forget our history, history will always repeat itself. That’s why one third of our generation has been wiped out by abortion. That’s why our rights our slowly being ripped out of our Constitution. That’s why the establishment is evil.

It’s time for my generation to wake up. It is time leave our sin, unbelief, rebellion, and lust behind. Let’s make a journey of saving faith back to the Father’s House. It is there and there only that we will find light, love, and life through Jesus Christ our Lord!

It is my sincere prayer that you who read this will take my words to heart, change your mind, and be reconciled to the Lord through the merits of Jesus Christ. May God’s Kingdom come and His will be done on earth as it is in heaven in Jesus’ name!

Penned and published by Jeremiah Thomas 6/24/2018


As Jeremiah Thomas seeks his dying wish to abolish abortion in Texas, this is what is going on behind the scenes. From the outside and through the inside, forces are converging to break the stronghold of the culture of death savaging Texas and our nation.

It is extremely important that you comprehend the nature of this video and are well able to articulate its truths. He who defines wins. Tragically, it is not been God’s Word and Commandments, a true grasp of history, or our Founding Documents that has defined the burning issue of the American holocaust.

As a result, we have been on a pro-life hamster wheel, which is big on promise, but short on delivery. We have inadvertently exchange God’s truth for failed political strategies, which has prolonged the suffering and injustice committed against the preborn. That needs to end immediately. With God’s help, we can muster the courage and resolve we need to drive child sacrifice back to hell from which it came.

This video needs to go viral and spread throughout the land. Use your influence to spread it abroad and seek to establish this in your state. The Constitutional chain must be placed back on the Federal Beast that has unleashed hell, immorality, and lawlessness upon our blood stained, perverted land. The proper checks and balance must be reapplied to rein in tyranny and restore righteousness in our country.



God’s work through Jeremiah Thomas continues to spread and impact lives for the Kingdom. Who is sufficient for these things?

“I sent you to reap that for which you have not labored; others have labored, and you have entered into their labors” (John 4:38)


Both abolitionists and the pro-life movement have been stunned on how God is using the suffering of our son,  Jeremiah Thomas to defeat the altars of Moloch and Baal that promote child sacrifice and the subsequent blood guiltiness savaging our nation. And rightly so.


Jeremiah, like his ulcerated tumor protruding out of his chest is just the tip of t he iceberg. Underneath the stormy waters of this battle for the souls of men, the lives of babies, and the future of our blood stained, perverted land (again like the tumor inward in his chest) is the larger mass of the iceberg.
This larger mass of the iceberg are those who have gone before Jeremiah and laid down their lives to love the preborn as themselves. Those who sought to establish justice in the gates to end the American holocaust. Many were beaten, jailed, and suffered the loss of all things to break the Covenant of Death defiling America.
It appears that the phenomenon of Jeremiah’s plight is being used by God to trigger the much needed repentance and change that is needed to liberate America from blood guiltiness one state at a time. At God’s appointed time in redemptive history, God is allowing our son at 16 to enter the labor of others to perhaps be used to bring in a great harvest of righteousness and establish justice in the land once again. Who is sufficient for these things?
Ben Shapiro just shared this incredible article from daily wire. The movement is growing and the pressure is mounting to end the holocaust in the Lone Star state. May God be pleased to spread It to other states to liberate our nation from blood guiltiness in Jesus’ name.
Pastor  Matt Trewhella stated, “Got Jeremiah’s video of talking with Governor Abbott out more ways today. I think this little video is doing more to introduce – in a solid heartfelt way – interposition/abolition to people at a popular level, then all the stuff we have done over the last 4 years. It is amazing. May Christ be praised!”
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott Promises Dying Teen To Outlaw Abortion “Your wish is granted”
Texas Governor Greg Abbott holds a roundtable discussion with victims, family, and friends affected by the Santa Fe, Texas school shooting at the state capital on May 24, 2018 in Austin, Texas.
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Texas Governor Greg Abbott has promised a teen he will grant his dying wish: “Outlaw abortion altogether in the state of Texas.”
Teen cancer patient Jeremiah Thomas had one wish before he died and thanks to the “Make a Wish” foundation, he offered that wish to the pro-life governor of Texas. His request: treat abortion “like an act of murder.”
“For my wish, I wanted to talk to you and discuss a bill of abolition [to end abortion],” said Jeremiah as he cited a poll showing 68% of Texans want the barbaric practice abolished.
“Sir, you would be representing the demands of Texans if you would pass this bill,” Jeremiah continued. “We could end abortion here and now.”
Abbott received Jeremiah’s wish and promised him via video that he will grant him such an incredibly unselfish wish.
“Your wish is on the Republican party platform position,” Governor Abbott said, “and we’re going to be pursuing this…And that is to outlaw abortion altogether in the state of Texas.”
“So, your wish is granted,” he added.
According to  LifeSiteNews, the 16-year-old Jeremiah Thomas was an “all-star, state champion athlete when he was diagnosed with cancer in March 2018.” He has much experience with the pro-life movement considering that his father, Rusty, serves as the director for Operation Save America (formerly known as Operation Rescue).
“Jeremiah was diagnosed with osteoblastic osteosarcoma, a bone cancer that is resistant to radiation therapy,” reports LifeSite. “The boy had two tumors on his spine and one on his chest. The cancer progressed, defeating treatment. Jeremiah has now become paralyzed from the waist down and is in constant pain.”
May God grant Jeremiah his wish.

Recently, I had the privilege to be interviewed by A Minute to Midnight Ministries based out of New Zealand. Their ministry reaches into Australia and Africa as well. Like most, the journey of faith, suffering, and plight of our son, Jeremiah Thomas, has gripped their hearts. For an hour, God allowed Jeremiah’s testimony to go forth even further to touch the nations of the earth.

As you listen to this interview, please keep in mind these passages of Scripture:

“For you see your calling, brethren, that not many wise according to the flesh, not many mighty, not many noble, are called. But God has chosen the foolish things of the world to put to shame the wise, and God has chosen the weak things of the world to put to shame the things which are mighty; and the base things of the world and the things which are despised God has chosen, and the things which are not, to bring to nothing the things that are, that no flesh should glory in His presence. But of Him you are in Christ Jesus, who became for us wisdom from God—and righteousness and sanctification and redemption— that, as it is written, “He who glories, let him glory in the LORD” (1 Corinthians 1:26-31)

“But we have this treasure in earthen vessels, that the excellence of the power may be of God and not of us. We are hard -pressed on every side, yet not crushed; we are perplexed, but not in despair; persecuted, but not forsaken; struck down, but not destroyed— always carrying about in the body the dying of the Lord Jesus, that the life of Jesus also may be manifested in our body. For we who live are always delivered to death for Jesus’ sake, that the life of Jesus also may be manifested in our mortal flesh. So then death is working in us, but life in you” (2 Corinthians 4:7-12)

From the weakness of a hospital bed and the threat of cancer ending his life, our son is taking on the altars of Moloch and Baal to bring down principalities and powers in Jesus’ name! Death is indeed at work in Jeremiah as God’s life and power continues to transform many throughout the world.

See the interview below: