I have failed to understand why we have people pushing our lawmakers to legalize the premature termination of life.
Is it fair that anyone can live long enough to have a voice and yet use that same voice to forever silence the voices of the innocent? What if their mothers had decided to get rid of them? Then where would their voice be? What if we were all considered as unwanted? Then where would the world be? By what measure is one man allowed to live and another condemned to die? Who has the right to condemn another human being to death and in the same breath rejoice that they were spared?
Let us stop and ask these questions before acting. Abortion is evil because it gives a right to people to murder innocent lives, or do we not consider the fetus in the womb as a life? I pray our country does not imitate what other countries are doing by legalizing something that is evil. We shouldn’t follow blindly just because it is alright somewhere else, it doesn’t make it alright here.
In the last couple of days, I heard some people trying to defend abortion; I heard them give lame reasons why it should be legalized in this country. If you are not a parent put yourself in the shoes of one; how would you feel if your child was murdered? A poor defenseless child who was never given a chance or a choice to live. What do you think the author of life feels when his children are mercilessly murdered in the name of abortion? Before we even think about the unthinkable we should first consider the major repercussion of legalizing abortion. The very people pushing this country to evil now will keep pushing the government for more. They come in the form of human rights activists and they will not stop until we have fallen so far down the moral ladder that there will not be a chance in hell to get back up again. Should we condone evil and pile it up with even greater evil all the while masquerading it as human rights?
There are people today that survived abortion and are currently change agents in the world. Barbara Wanjiru (Kenyan) is a girl I met a couple of years ago in Rwanda. Her dear mother attempted to abort her three times but failed and now Barbara is an outspoken pastor in Kenya. She visited Rwanda three times and was able to share her testimony on Restore FM radio.
I still have her audio messages because I was the one hosting that radio program. Through her messages, many people were blessed and still count on her words of wisdom. Barbara who was to die as an infant is now a life giver. Because of her connection with God, Barbara was able to forgive her mother and they now live together in peace. Do you ever stop to think what these children might become in future if given a chance at life, the very chance you were given? Just think what if this child grows up and finds the cure for cancer or grows up to be a powerful change agent in our world? If we do not wake up and stand for what is right we are depriving the world of an entire generation. Each day we stand by quietly and do nothing when evil is taking over we are piling heaven up with children who died too young because we never had the courage to act differently.
Legalizing abortion is mocking God who is the source of life.
Killing an unborn baby is the same as killing a 20-year-old or a 50-year-old human being because life begins at conception.
Science also proves this truth. Science also declares that an unborn child is just as much an independent human being as an adult. The original human cell consists of 46 chromosomes, 23 from each parent. At no point during pregnancy does the mother contribute any new cells to the child. The original cell divides itself and multiplies to provide development and growth for the child. Scientifically speaking, the child is just as independent at six months before birth as he will be six months after birth. Yes, the mother does provide nourishment to the unborn child, but she also provides nourishment to the newborn child!
Let’s work together to make Rwanda a safe place for our children and not a guillotine for innocent lives. With this note, I take the opportunity to thank the leaders of this great country for their stand against evil. I call upon you as a nation to pray and listen to God’s voice: choose life. With abortion the saddest truth is you can never go back.
A life hangs in the balance and the choices made are irreversible, let’s stand firm against abortion because that’s what God requires from us.