31st Memorial of Roe v. Wade, January 22, 2004
If you are wondering what to do on this 31 memorial of Roe v Wade, here is what we will be doing in Charlotte . If you have caskets from holding ecclesiastical court in your city, here is your chance to use them again. Read your Supreme Court decisions or change the signs on your caskets to symbolize the death that has taken place in our nation. Bring the praise and worship to the streets! Ask your Pastor to come and open you up in prayer. Have a post-abortive mother or a mom who choose life for her baby give her testimony. Underneath this article, we have included the text of two of our brochures entitled We are Winning and Sing a Little Louder. Feel free to download both of them and use them during your memorial. Keep storming the gates and stay at the task at hand! Give ‘em heaven, Saints!
We are remembering and confessing before God in cities across America today, 31 years of unabated child-killing. One third of the generation 31 years old and younger has already been killed by an enemy (the devil) who has come to rob, kill and destroy. They are not here. They cannot speak for themselves. It is up to us to put worth and value to their lives. Over 45 million children dead.
We who claim the Name of Jesus, are gathered in this square in the center of the City of Charlotte, to repent of our own apathy and indolence concerning the sanctity of the lives of little baby boys and girls murdered at the three abortion mills in our city. We are our brother's keeper. And, quite frankly, we have failed miserably at out Christian duty to love them. Jesus said, “Whatsoever you have not done for the least of these my brethren, you have not done it for me…” There is no more “least of these,” than a child in his mother's womb.
Thank you for joining us, and thousands of other Christian brothers and sisters in cities throughout our land, who are memorializing our dead this on 22nd day of January, in the year of our Lord, 2004. To most, a memorial service like this is just an object lesson in futility. But to those who have eyes to see and ears to hear, it provides an opportunity confess our failure before God, to receive the mercy and forgiveness that only Jesus can give, and to engage in the battle for life with renewed vigor.
My name is David Benham. My dad is director of Operation Rescue/ Operation Save America and is, as we speak, in Columbus , Ohio , participating in a similar service at the State Capital Building there.
It is my pleasure to introduce to you now, my Pastor, Pastor Garland Faw of Truth Temple in Kannapolis, North Carolina, who will open us in prayer and words of remembrance:
31 st Memorial of Roe v. Wade, January 22, 2004