Rumor has it the U.S. Supreme Court may have already decided amongst its conservative majority to overturn Roe v. Wade, the landmark 1973 decision that declared abortion a Constitutional right in America. The draft opinion has allegedly just been leaked to Politico, is now making the rounds, and will surely raise a furor on the Left as well as pearl clutching from more “bipartisan” Republicans.
Surely five decades and 60 million unborn children murdered is quite enough, though. It’s time to right this wrong, and for the minister of God that is the governing authority in this country to reward those who do good and punish those who do evil here.
Rescue those who are being led away to the slaughter. Call for repentance. Repent! And if we do that, then help our brothers to get the specks and planks out of their eyes after removing the same from our own, the Lord God will surely hear from heaven and turn away his wrath and judgment and heal our land.
For years and decades, the naysayers have said it couldn’t be done. But I for one cannot help continuing to hope and pray until the final hour that all forms of murder will alike be outlawed again here in America.
At a bare minimum, if we can establish that, then we build upward and let truth and justice ring out on other issues as well. Equal protection under the law demands it. This is a fundamental human right – you can’t get any more fundamental than the right to live; and all other rights presuppose this condition.
While we’re at it, let’s reform and streamline adoption practices that will match children whose parents are either unable or unwilling to care for them with couples unable to conceive on their own for whatever reason, who want to have children but cannot.
Then let’s raise those children up in the fear and admonition of the Lord to steward their God-given potential. Stop treating them like so many disposable animals, and start recognizing the Imago Dei in them as significant and meaningful in the way we teach them to relate to their Maker and one another.
That will exalt this nation, and such should certainly be our hope. Who but the prophet Jonah would either actively or passively hope otherwise? But call the city to repentance, and tell it to turn from its sins and be saved, and be glad if and when it does and God blesses it!
And if we do this thing with regards to the weakest and most vulnerable among us, then perhaps by God’s grace we will find a groundswell of mercy for the rest of society also. Then perhaps the tireless efforts of some to make all who seem inconvenient to them as silent and helpless as infants before disposing of them as they will can also be stopped.
After all, “He has shown you, O man, what is good; and what does Yahweh require of you but to do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God?”
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