June 24, 2022 will go down in the history books as a wonderful day for women’s rights, especially unborn women! There is nothing more innocent and defenseless as a baby, and the Supreme Court has ruled in favor of protecting unborn girls and boys from being mercilessly slaughtered by their cold-hearted mothers and the professional “hit-men” and “hit-women” who they hire to perform the murders.
Abortion was first legalized in the ruling of Roe V. Wade on January 22, 1973, despite nothing in the United States Constitution permitting abortions. In fact, the United States Constitution does the opposite, protecting life. Since 1973, the murder of innocent children has been upheld by the government of the United States, and more lives have been lost than any other war that the U.S. has been involved in combined. We understand from God’s Word most importantly that no matter how early on the mother is expecting, a person is a person from conception, so there is not a time that is acceptable for an expecting mother to murder her baby, because ending the life of any person, no matter how young or old is wrong (Psalm 51:5, 139:16; Luke 1:36, 41; James 2:26). “These six things doth the LORD hate: yea, seven are an abomination unto him: A proud look, a lying tongue, and hands that shed innocent blood,”(Proverbs 6:16-17). Romans 13:19 says, “Thou shalt not kill,”.
As a mental health counselor, I spoke with several women who chose to have abortions in the past. Most were unmarried women who felt as if they could not mentally and/or financially handle the child. I would rebuke a mother such as this by saying that instead of ending her child’s life, she should have given her child a chance by either deciding to raise that child, or at the very least, though she should have carried on the work of a mother toward the child, she could have allowed another family to adopt that child. Of course, the main trait that all of these women possessed was a keen sense of selfishness.
It takes a selfish and cold-hearted woman to decide that her child should be murdered, no matter how soon after conception has taken place. Even in the case of rape and incest, the baby is innocent of the mistakes of his or her parents, and should not have to pay the ultimate price for these mistakes. Rape and incest are both horrible acts that are committed upon women, and a woman who has conceived a child through rape or incest should focus on having the perpetrator punished for his wrongdoing, rather than punishing her own innocent child with death!
Therefore, I am so grateful unto God for allowing Roe v. Wade to be overturned, so that we can finally see states that have governments that care about God and all lives work to protect more babies, and so that we can see more people standing up for what is right in this world, rather than following Satan. This is indeed a wonderful day, not only for young girls and women of all ages today, but for the future of all mankind.
I hope that this text has helped you think about how horrible the idea of killing innocent children is, and how wonderful it is that the highest court in the United States has made it unlawful to commit murder on our precious little ones!