Hi friend! I agree with you in being pro-life, but I just wanted to give out a friendly reminder that loving and looking at things in a more loving way towards everybody (no matter who they are or what they believe) is better than condemning them or making them feels guilty. Love is strong and will overcome, making people feel guilty or telling them directly how wrong they are doesn’t help as much as other methods could… thanks and good luck to your blog!
I agree that love will find a way, but sometimes the truth must be exposed to guide that love, even when this truth is inconvenient. Especially when it is inconvenient. Do you believe that loving the Nazi German regime and attempting to convince them to stop the genocide of the Jews would have worked? Or did it take an unimaginable struggle of epic proportions? A struggle that confronted evil head-on and ultimately prevailed.
The word holocaust is defined as ‘destruction or slaughter on a mass scale’. We kill 43,800,000 prenatal children every year worldwide – 5,000 per hour. We have become trapped in an immoral abyss where the killing of our own children in the womb has become an acceptable means to avoid responsibility, inconvenience, and the burden of an imperfect child. In the case of human beings prenatally diagnosed with genetic abnormalities, abortion literally becomes genocide through euthanasia. This is EXACTLY what the Nazis were doing to their own people who were not ‘perfect’ and thought to be a ‘burden’ to the State.
This poster (from around 1938) reads: “60,000 Reichsmark is what this person suffering from a hereditary defect costs the People’s community during his lifetime. Fellow citizen, that is your money too.”
To be clear, these people were post-born as the Nazi’s did not have the technology to prenatally diagnose them. If this technology had been available, they would be doing EXACTLY what we are doing today. Is this the world you want to continue to live in?
Abortion must be confronted without fear of hurting the feelings of those who do the killing. I engage women who publicly post the details of how they slaughtered their prenatal child because they are attempting to destigmatize this depraved act. Not only do they kill their own children without remorse, they are placing the lives of other prenatal children at risk. If a mother posts about her regret AND rejects the choice to kill a preborn child, I embrace her and support her.
You must understand that there is a huge effort underway to destigmatize human abortion. It is already beginning to creep into mainstream media. If it is not confronted and stopped, all hope is lost.
“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.”