When Good and Bad Clash

It seems that, with this new abortion ruling, we are seeing new extremes for good and for bad. The abortionists are venting their anger and the pro-lifers are venting their joy. I just hope we pro-lifers will not feel sorry for the sad abortionists. They have been guilty of sin too long. Their time has come. Let them meet God.

Similarly, let all Christians see sin and evil for what it is. If there are evil spirits and demons, let them be called out in Jesus’ name. If there is ongoing sin, let it be quickly rejected. It is time now to stand strong for Jesus.

There will soon be coming on the earth the ultimate stand-off between good and evil. It will happen after the Rapture—so we might see it from heaven. It will be the battle between the two witnesses who will preach the truth, and the Antichrist who is full of lies and deceit. This battle will go on for three and a half years until God’s restraints are lifted off of the Antichrist, and he will kill the witnesses. Then we will see how evil the world is. They will rejoice over their death. And will let them lie dead for three and a half days. Then when God raises them to life and takes them to heaven, we will see the good and godly ones rejoice. (Revelation 11)

So, make no mistake, there is now good and evil, and we all live and work together. We very often smile at each other and try to be at peace. But at other times, we see the differences and we clash. Sometimes it is hard to see who people are. But Jesus has said, one lives for God, the other for the devil. I think it is best that the truth be known. It is never good to live in deception. Let the truth set you free.

Now let me be clear, those who speak against the six Supreme Court justices that ruled against abortion and against all pro-life people, those are on the side of evil! Their father is the devil! Jesus said in Luke 17:1-2,

It is inevitable that stumbling blocks should come, but woe to him through whom they come! 2 It would be better for him if a millstone were hung around his neck and he were thrown into the sea, than that he should cause one of these little ones to stumble.

Hence, let the battle continue, good against evil, until finally God overcomes all evil and Jesus reigns over all.

13 States to Quickly Enact Abortion Bans

I am so happy that 13 states are now quickly enacting bans on abortion. The thirteen states are Arkansas, Kentucky, Idaho, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, North Dakota, South Dakota, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, and Wyoming. Most of these states are immediately enacting bans with punishments and prison terms for those who disobey the states’ laws. A few states will wait for 30 days for the ban to go into effect. And most of the states will have some exceptions like rape and incest.

It is my hope and prayer that other states will follow the example of these thirteen. They are saying that thirteen more will likely ban abortion too. That’s great news!

Abortion is not supported anywhere in the constitution. And it is not a woman’s right to choose an abortion. Abortion is murder!

Let us be glad for these thirteen states and thirteen more to follow; and let us pray for them, because they will be attacked. They need our prayers and support.

Let My Children Go!

Do you hear that cry from the Lord? It is His cry to families and mothers everywhere, to let all infants in the womb go free—free to live! But still, we have been rebellious and hardened. Recently, ever since the world found out that the U. S. Supreme Court may be putting a federal ban on abortion, the left has been apoplectic! Screaming things like, “My body is my own! Nobody can tell me what I can and can’t do with my body!”

The only trouble with that statement is that once a woman has intercourse with a man and becomes pregnant, she has become responsible for another life within her. If she chooses to get an abortion, she is choosing to murder her own baby. It’s that simple. And when she says, “My body is my own,” she is denying her responsibility to her child, and she is caring nothing for the body and life of the child (and the male who is the infant’s father also has a responsibility for the infant, to keep it alive and cared for).

Thinking positively, we in America may be embarking on a moment of truth—a pivotal time when something good will happen: that America will begin to see that abortion is wrong. And if that happens, we will put aside our selfishness and the women will begin to see that she has another life within her that she must protect and care for at all costs.

Comparing the end of Slavery to the possible end of Abortion

As many are now so disturbed at the possible banning of abortion, we can look back at a similar point in our history where a similar thing happened, mainly to Democrats. As we know, most Democrats owned slaves; and they regarded them as their own property. And when they were told that all slaves were to be free (in the Emancipation Proclamation), they were furious and regarded it as an attack on their lives. I imagine that they screamed something like, “They are mine; I own those slaves; nobody can take them away from me.”

But eventually, they saw the light of truth and what they must do; and they saw that ending slavery was right and good. Will we do the same now? Will we now give freedom to so many that want to be born and to live their own lives? Will we let them be free to live?

Please let us follow the cry, no, the command of God, “Let my children go!”

Revealing How Evil Most Senate Democrats Are

A top news story just came out in the Washington Free Beacon entitled Senate Democrats Defeat Bid to Protect Abortion Survivors. And then it was cited by Koening’s World Watch Daily as Evil: Senate Democrats Defeat Bid to Protect Abortion Survivors. Here is their version:

Evil: Senate Democrats Defeat Bid to Protect Abortion Survivors

Senate Democrats defeated legislation Wednesday that would have protected infants who survive abortions.

The Born Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act failed because nearly every Senate Democrat voted against the measure, which requires doctors to provide medical care for newborns who survive abortion attempts. The act received 52 votes, falling 8 short of the 60-vote threshold necessary to break the filibuster. Democratic senators Joe Manchin (W. Va.) and Bob Casey (Pa.) crossed the aisle to vote for the legislation.

Sen. Ben Sasse (R., Neb.), who introduced the legislation, decried the partisan vote. “This legislation isn’t red vs. blue, it is simply about giving every baby a fighting chance. Every baby deserves care. This isn’t about abortion, it’s about human rights,” he said.

I have heard testimonies of full-grown, very successful people who were aborted survivors. But it seems now that these democrats will remove all chances of any more survivors. Why? Because people don’t want to be inconvenienced? Because they say it’s the best thing for the mother? There is no good reason; they are just letting evil run its course. They don’t want any evidence of a failed abortion, or evidence of a life that they tried to abort, because that life would be a living testimony of a sinful attempt and something that would forever cause them guilt (they would be a living reminder of their sin).

Well, in this vote we have a revelation before us of how evil these democrats are by voting and defeating this legislation. For many things we would have to wait until the judgment day for evil to be revealed, but here it is already revealed. They stand before you in the senate. Fifty-two Democrat senators revealed to us that they wish an aborted survivor will not be cared for when born. They say that they wish that infant who just barely survived an abortion would now die for lack of care! If that is not evil, I don’t know what is.

Joe Manchin did not vote against the legislation, which is another reason why he might decide to be a republican.

Coronavirus in the US: Thoughts and Questions

Okay, my first thought is this: If we compare this virus to the flu, it really seems like the flu is much deadlier. Last year there were 34,157 flu related deaths. And no one hardly said anything. Am I missing something?

Also, what about abortion? In 2016, 623,471 deaths came as the result of abortions. And nobody has been saying anything. Or what about suicide? In 2017, 47,173 deaths from suicide occurred. And where was all the concern for that?

Oh, here’s a real winner. Everybody’s so concerned about our troops in Afghanistan. So many of our men are being killed over there. Well in the total war, 1,833 of our troops have been killed; that’s an average of about 96 deaths per year. If you compare that number to the flu last year, the flu has been 356 times deadlier that the Afghanistan war.

I’m just trying to put some perspective on this. Can anyone tell me why this coronavirus is so concerning—more than other things like I have mentioned? I mean I know it’s a big deal, but I’m just wandering why we seem to be so much more upset about this virus than other viruses, and about abortion and suicide (not to mention so many other diseases).

And here are some questions I have:

  • Should the government be spending so much money on this coronavirus? If God has allowed this virus to happen maybe we should just take it as His way of disciplining us. Does this make any sense to anyone? I mean, everyone will die at some time in their life.
  • Is this coronavirus a harbinger of things to come? If so, how can we prepare for it? How can we let this virus prepare us for things to come? What does the bible say about future viruses? Or future disasters that will cause deaths? Should we try to control them or just be ready to face them?
  • Will this coronavirus in some way work together for our good? Maybe God has allowed it to benefit us in some way, to draw us to Him for His help. I have heard that there are bipartisan efforts gong on. There is some unity happening. Sometimes I guess it takes a disaster like this to bring us together.  Maybe God is in it all. What do you think?

I just want to say that I am super proud of President Trump and the whole Trump team the way they have responded to this virus. I think President Trump has been especially resilient the way he has faced the press. He has a great, positive attitude, and just because of that I know we will come out of this much better than anyone ever thought. I just feel that he was made for this kind of disaster. No one could handle it better.

My sources: All the data was gathered from reliable government websites.