Jesus loves the little children Even When We Don't
How Loud Are You Singing?
A True Story
After giving a speech on abortion, pro-life activist Penny Lea was approached by an old man with a story to tell. Blinking back the tears, he told how he had lived in Germany during that country's holocaust, and how a railroad track ran past the small church he attended. He went on to say that his congregation had heard horror stories of what the Nazis were doing, and knew that the tracks outside their church ended at a Nazi "relocation center." But, he said, they chose to distance themselves from those uncomfortable realities.
Then something happened that made those realities harder to ignore. They began to hear the cries and screams of people in boxcars being taken to the ovens. Week after week this went on, until they began to live in sheer dread of the trains coming by during services.
So they devised a plan. To keep from hearing the tormented cries of these people, they would start singing hymns when they heard the train whistle blow. For as long as the train went past, that's how long they would sing. If the screams got louder, they would just sing a little louder.
Today, he says that he can still hear the horrible sounds coming from those trains, and that all he can do now is beg God to forgive him for his inaction. However, that's not why he was crying. He was not crying because of something that happened in a distant land over fifty years ago.
His tears were for America, and for something that's happening right now.
We might choose to call our death camps abortion clinics rather than relocation centers. And we like to describe our victims as blobs of tissue, instead of useless eaters as the Nazis described theirs. And, of course, we would never use a term like the final solution. We prefer the word choice. But those verbal gymnastics can't change the reality of what we are doing.
That's what this old man was crying about. He saw history repeating itself as people claiming to be Christians avert their gaze from yet another holocaust. He saw Christians walking into their churches on ground that is soaked in the innocent blood of butchered children, while doing nothing to stop it.
In reality, the tears this man was shedding were for the living, not the dead. He already knew what the American church seems determined to learn the hard way: You can't sing loud enough to fool God.
Anyone, then, who knows the good he ought to do and doesn't do it, sins. James 4:17
The Nazi Holocaust 6 Million
The American Holocaust over 40 Million and counting
Abortion in America
~Every single day over 3000 totally helpless American babies, exactly like the one shown in this brochure, are killed by abortion.
~Virtually none of these abortions are performed on women who became pregnant through either rape or incest.
~Virtually none of these abortions are performed because the babies being killed are either unhealthy or handicapped.
~Virtually none of these abortions are performed because the pregnancies threaten the lives or health of the mothers.
~Almost every abortion performed in America is a totally elective procedure being carried out on a perfectly healthy woman and a perfectly healthy baby for non-medical reasons.
Since you did not hate bloodshed, bloodshed will pursue you. Ezekiel 35:6
"I'm just one member of a small church. What can I do about abortion?"
The abortion holocaust began and continues because of the bloodguilt of the American Church. For it to stop, we must fall on our faces in earnest repentance and beg God to forgive us for our sins of omission.
When you spread out your hands in prayer, I will hide my eyes from you; even if you offer many prayers, I will not listen. Your hands are full of blood. Isaiah 1:15
2. Thaw out
The "Frozen Chosen" will never accomplish anything. Get up off your knees and put feet on your prayers. Contact the people who gave you this brochure (or the organization listed below) for a list of perfectly legal non-violent things your church can do to shut down the death camps. Act now!
... faith by itself, if it is not accompanied by action, is dead. James 2:17
Your sins were paid for
with the blood of Christ
For it is time for judgement to begin with the family of God; and if it begins with us, what will be the outcome for those who do not obey the gospel of God? 1 Peter 4:17