Today marks the 40th anniversary since Roe vs. Wade, the horrendous U.S. Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion.
Yesterday was Barack Obama’s Presidential Inauguration. It was on every channel, every radio station, and every news outlet all day long. Everyone in this country knew that President Obama was being inaugurated.
I wonder how many people will wake up today and not even give pause to the tragedy that today holds.
That 55 million babies have been murdered since that fateful day 40 years ago.
I read this article yesterday: A Mother’s Womb is the most dangerous place for a baby with Down Syndrome.
I’m reminded again why we are pro-life. Why we speak up for the voiceless. Why we keep on talking about that.
And then I’m reminded that I need to do more. Pray more. Speak up more. Challenge others more.
I’m thankful we belong to a church that acknowledged the Sanctity of Life Sunday this week and that openly encourages adoption. A church that lives out the Gospel in so many ways.
Brothers and Sisters in Christ, I hope that today you stop and pray. Pray for the unborn, abortion providers, pregnancy centers, and for hearts to be changed. And pray for ways that you can be more pro-life.
If you want to send a message to President Obama, a Supreme Court Justice who is pro-abortion, or your local senator and representative, you can GO HERE and send the following message for $1.65 each:
“This envelope represents one child who died in abortion. It is empty…a life taken that was unable to offer anything to the world. Responsibility and Life begin at conception.”