Where do you stand? Just because something is legal in America does not make it moral, ethical or even right. For over 250 years slavery was legal. Since 1973, the slaughter of unborn babies, we call abortion, has been a legal right of women to choose. Proponents said they wanted to make it safe, legal and rare to protect women from rape, incest and life of the mother.
This accounts for less than 4 percent of the 55 million abortions, which are mainly for birth control and convenience. The upcoming election is the most important one in all of America's history on many fronts. Barack Obama, when running for president four years ago, said he would not want his own daughters to be punished with an unwanted pregnancy - his own grandchildren. He has already appointed two pro-choice judges to the Supreme Court. Sen. Joe Manchin voted to give a million dollars a day of your federal tax dollars to Planned Parenthood - the largest abortion provider in America. He also voted for Obamacare, which allows the government to decide if seniors qualify for care and forces religious schools and hospitals to pay for abortions.
Both men have one thing in common - the Democratic platform, which proudly claims abortion as a women's right to choose. That right still claims 2,338 babies' lives everyday - that is one every 27 seconds. After all is said and done in this life on earth and we stand before Almighty God, can we proudly say we stood with God?
The Holy Bible has dozens of verses about the life of the unborn. It also tells the story of the Moabites who sacrificed their children to Baal. Why are we in United States of America allowing the sacrifice of our unborn children? "This day I call the heavens and the earth as witnesses against you that I have set before you life and death, blessings and curses. Now choose life, so that you and your children may live." Deuteronomy 30:18-20
If you could save the life of another human being today - would you? If all you had to do was to go to the polls and vote for pro-life candidates to save the life of another human being - would you?