And he doesn’t mind being a hypocrite.
Here’s an example that gets repeated hundreds, if not thousands of times per day: Via his useful idiots in media, education and apostate churches, Satan tempts women to get abortions by filling their minds with all sorts of lies about how killing their unwanted children will solve their problems.
Then right after the abortion he’ll be glad to tell them how awful and unforgivable they are for killing their own kids. He’ll remind them of that as often as he can for the rest of their lives. Hypocrisy? Sure, but what does he care? He has helped kill another human being made in the image of God and distanced another person from God.
He’ll even entice women to have a 2nd abortion even though they feel guilty about the first one. Why? Because they believe the lie that anyone who had an abortion doesn’t deserve to be a mother. Illogical? Yes, but again, he doesn’t care about consistency.
I heard of one couple who knew they had done wrong in having an abortion, but thought that meant they couldn’t go to church. Whose idea was that? By definition, churches should welcome lost sinners who want to repent and be healed.
But there is good news and hope: Even people who have been involved in abortions can get forgiveness and healing through Jesus. One of the best things that Pregnancy Resource Centers do — besides savings lives today and for eternity — is offering post-abortion trauma counseling to women who desperately need it. And they all need it, whether they know it or not.
If you were part of the abortion process, don’t let Satan win and keep you from God. Help is out there from people who truly care.
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Does that make him eligible to run for office?
What makes you think he hasn’t already? One might even make the claim he’s already been elected a few times.
Great post, as always.
I used to be one of those very squeamishly pro-choice people, believing that abortion is wrong but of course only a handful of scared women seek abortion. Some of what made me pro-life is seeing how much women suffer after abortion, and how they think that they aren’t worthy of love. Likewise, about six times as many post-abortive women are in NRLC than are in NARAL. The pain really highlights how wrong abortion is.