Friday, January 22, 2010


Watching the gruesome and heartbreaking pictures coming back from Haiti these last couple of days has been numbing. 10,000 bodies a day are being buried in mass graves. Officials expect the death toll to be near 200,000! Unimaginable.

Today is also the anniversary of the Supreme Court's decision to legalize elective abortions. Over 100,000 babies are aborted each day in this world. The U.S. contributes 3000 to this number daily.

May God continue to be patient and give us mercy to repent.

For the truth about abortion, see Abort 73


Rick Calohan said...

We always talk about the holocaust that took place in Nazi Germany, the purges of Joseph Stalin, Chairman Mao, and Pol Pot, yet this silent holocaust approaching or exceeding close to 50 million lives since 1973 is still called the law of the land. Even if we compromise to still allow rape, incest, or life of the mother, which only accounts for 1 to 2% of all the total abortions that take place in America that still means that 48-49 million were aborted for no other reason than convenience. Anyone who has ever taken a course in biology knows that when two gummies form a zygote life begins and all life is sacred. Praise God for Redeemer Presbyterian its clergy, elders, deacons, and members who take a stand against this silent holocaust.

Woody Woodward said...

The providence of God was working behind the scenes in Tuesday’s referendum because He controls all things, even elections for the just and the unjust. I don’t know what kind of health care reform the Dem’s are now going to come up with but I would bet, they will rethink their tax payer funding for “killing babies” for convenience or for whatever real hard. I was glad this clip didn’t show the actual murdering results. It’s horrible enough to think about, I don’t want to see it.

Tom said...

I'm stating the obvious, but abortion is such an utter monumental tragedy. This generation of Americans, since 1973, has nothing on the genocide of Nazi Germany, Lenin's or Stalin's Russia, or Pol Pot's Cambodia. I think I could cry right now about this.