Answer Not a Fool According to Her Folly

Answer Not a Fool According to Her Folly

“Her body, Her Choice. Abortion is Valid. A baby didn’t ask to be born! She absolutely has a right to do whatever she pleases with HER body. It does not have a right to grow inside a women who didn’t ask to be there in the first place! It is an invasion of bodily autonomy!” (Bianca Lenarduzzi)

This was a comment under this post that I wrote on Facebook: “A woman doesn’t have a right to do as she pleases to someone who is not her body. Her unborn baby has a separate brain, heart, and everything else. What a crock of lies to fight for abortion saying a woman has a right to do with her body what she wants. A baby is NOT her body!!!”

There is a GREAT deception over this land. Satan is the prince of the power of the air and many are falling for his deceptions. Bianca is greatly deceived. Her comment is foolishness along with hundreds of others under my post. It was so foolish that I didn’t even respond to her since the Bible warns us to “Answer not a fool according to his folly” (Proverbs 26:4). What she wrote is folly. Folly: “Weakness of intellect; imbecility of mind; want of understanding; depravity of mind.”

Unfortunately, the universities are training their students to be fools. They have rejected God, therefore, they have rejected wisdom. “Because that, when they knew God, they glorified him not as God, neither were thankful; but became vain in their imaginations, and their foolish heart was darkened. Professing themselves to be wise, they became fools” (Romans 1:21,22).

They have no clue what is right. They believe what is right is wrong and what is wrong is right (Isaiah 5:20). They despise God and His ways. All you have to do is look at the thousands of comments under my posts on Facebook to see the foolishness among many today.

When a culture no longer values the life of the unborn, it no longer values life. The only thing that matters to them is what they want to do which is to seek their own pleasures regardless of how it affects others. They will find no peace and their lives will end up being miserable, unless they repent from their unbelief and believe in Jesus Christ. Thankfully, His Word never comes back void, so I will continue to speak truth as long as the Lord allows me to do so. There are many in our culture hungry for truth amidst the lies they are being bombarded with daily. Continue to speak the truth to whomever will listen, women.

The fear of the LORD is the beginning of knowledge: but fools despise wisdom and instruction.
Proverbs 1:7

45 thoughts on “Answer Not a Fool According to Her Folly

  1. Thank you Lori. This same verse, Proverbs 26:4, has also guided me in my conversations in person and online. Instead of getting frustrated, angry, and destroying my witness, this verse shows me that it is not my place to try to convince or argue. Often, it is just my pride that wants to put the foolish person in their place, and I know that doesn’t glorify the Lord , and it just gives way to sin. I read Proverbs with my teen children . It is the best instruction book on life there is.

  2. So thankful for you. You speaking truth into us is sometimes the only truth I get that day from a woman living at this time. Godly voices from women are in short supply.

  3. If the woman didn’t ask the baby to be there “invading” her body, why was she having sex in the first place? Isn’t it just basic biology?
    Where I live in New Zealand we have accessible contraception that is 99.9% effective. There is no excuse for abortion – although it’s legal here right up until birth, under certain circumstances. It’s so sad.

    1. Did you know the birth control pill and IUDs can cause abortions? Therefore, most “accessible contraception” is not 99.9% effective. The only safe solution is abstinence until marriage.

      1. Though condoms, a non-abortive contraceptive, are quite effective in preventing pregnancy, I heard anywhere from 85-98%. I mean, I would not recommend sex outside of marriage for other reasons but I do agree with the sentiment that if we could prevent some abortion that is happening by providing our teens with education and free condoms, that would be a good thing. Every abortion that does not occur for whatever reason is a good thing.

        1. You’re not going to get young people to wear condoms, Ana. Teach them abstinence before marriage and the value of it. Sex before marriage is destructive. Condoms don’t prevent STDs, heartbreak, all pregnancies, etc. This is why God commands that we FLEE fornication since it’s sinning against one’s own body (1 Cor. 6:18). Let’s stop lying to the young people and teach them truth for a change!

      2. Yes in certain circumstances they can. They can also make it harder to get pregnant later. But condoms don’t have those same issues.

        But my point was that there is no excuse for abortion. Most (95%) of abortions are performed because the woman “doesn’t want” the baby. If she insists on being sexually active, contraception is a better option than abortion. And where I live, it only costs $5/month. No excuse!

        1. Contraception fails because most don’t want to use it even if they have it. Planned Parenthood passes out the pill like candy since they know it will increase abortions. Watch the movie “Unplanned” and what young couples want to use condoms. Very few. This is why abortion is so common. They need to be taught the value of abstinence until marriage.

          1. I was using New Zealand statistics. I didn’t have access to the most up-to-date worldwide ones.
            Sadly, here in NZ, where we have free abortions up until birth, 65% of them are women who are either married or are in committed defacto relationships. Here, once you’ve lived together for 2 years, the law treats you as married, pretty much.

        1. That’s a lie! Go see the statistic by yourself. Only 4% of pregnancies ended in abortion among married women. Among unmarried women 86% of pregnancies ended in abortion that’s a huge different and it show how it matter to be abstinent till marriage. 25% of women who had an abortion are living with a partner to whom they are not married. Which is another reason why cohabitation is stupid, useless and wrong. The group of women who abort their childrens the most are those in their early 20’s which also means that they are the most sexually active and that’s not surprising due to the fact that these are their most fertile years in the fullness of their youth and at the peak of their beauty. It was better in the 50’s when most women were getting married right around the age of 20.

        1. Yeah, condoms don’t prevent STDs and all of the other things that come with fornication. Let’s teach the young people that having sex before marriage is sinning against one’s own body. “Flee fornication. Every sin that a man doeth is without the body; but he that committeth fornication sinneth against his own body.” (1 Cor. 6:18) They need to hear Truth instead of the lies they’ve been told for years.

      3. Do teens or young adults know this? I certainly didn’t at that age! Many are not educated to know what can happen, and about their own bodies and the risks they take. Our current school system is failing them. We need to be teaching our children so their only source of information isn’t some corrupt individual, or ignorant friend telling them some parts are okay. I know some teens who didn’t think it “counted as sex” unless there is a — as politely as I can think to put it — “ending.” This is extremely morally, and physically, dangerous!

        1. My teenagers do. We taught them.
          The health curriculum at high school here in NZ is very good and comprehensive, but even at the Catholic school my children attend, abstinence is only briefly encouraged. It’s more about making sure they have all the information rather than teaching abstinence. Abstinence teaching must come from parents. It’s not going to come from society.

  4. Yes they are fools. But more than that, they are filled with black oceans of hatred.

    You see them at the rallies, screaming with spit coming out of their mouths. No longer women at all, but under the influence of demonic forces.

    1. Quote “No longer women at all, but under the influence of demonic forces.”

      So very true.
      A lot of people think the tales of demon possession and oppression was just in those old times and not relevant nowadays.

      Demonic possession is happening a lot today and as people keep rebelling against God Almighty and “just” dabbling a little bit with that “innocent and fun” occult stuff, we are going to see more and more of it.

      And many women are so far gone in rebellion to the LORD, that I believe God has given them over to their reprobate mind and preparing His judgement upon them.

      Women, choose God’s way and receive His blessings upon you. Don’t listen to Satan’s lies.

      1. You’re right, Blair. Many young women are involved in witchcraft which is demonic forces. I wrote a post about it a few weeks ago on my Facebook and it went viral since there are so many women involved in it and offended that I would write against it. After all, “For rebellion is as the sin of witchcraft.” (1 Sam. 15:23) Feminism is rebellion. As women rebel against God’s ways, they go onto the path of Satan and fall into many destructive things.

  5. So sad and hear wrenching!
    There is help in God. There are agencies and services to help you to place your baby in a good home if you feel you can’t care for your little one.

  6. Don’t engage with these stupid people Mrs.Lori Alexander for your own mental wellbeing.You must already be going under lot of stress,this would do more harm than good.

    I understand spreading God’s word to young girls and young women but people like this won’t understand.

  7. I find myself ecstatic when I see a new post from you! I am one of those millennials who is hungry for the truth, and am finding it in the light of God’s word. I am so blessed by your teachings, thank you!!

  8. The only reason for abortion is so they can keep going out drinking with their girlfriends. How an adult can know what abortion is and how evil someone has to b to become an abortion doctor and how evil someone is who is visibly pregnant and has a dismemberment or partial birth abortion and support it is beyond me. We all reach intersections in life where you have clear options and you can see what it does to peoples soul when they make the wrong turn at this one.

    I swear every person telling me to wear a mask and take a vaccine supports abortion. They are on a completely different spiritual path.

  9. Dear Bill T. yes, the spitting fembots, shouting all sorts of nasty…still, cannot but wonder, what were their fathers like? Oh wait a sec, was dad even in the picture?
    i’ve read, over and over again, a child is very much influenced by his or her father.

  10. It isn’t long ago that I would have agreed with this woman. It isn’t that long ago that I returned to Christianity, only in the last couple of years. I pity this woman, because she is deceived. I needed God to open my eyes to see abortion for the evil it is. I wonder though, if as many women would have abortions if they were offered a different option. I remember reading about one woman who was being told that the child she was expecting had some kind of handicap and without asking her the specialist was ready to pencil her in for an abortion and was actually surprised when she said no. I realise that women are responsible for their own actions, but I can’t help wondering how aggressively is abortion pushed as the ONLY option. Anyone know?.

    1. Oh my, that is so sad & not that uncommon. Our oldest daughter, now 22, was small for gestational age due to placental & umbilical cord issues. It was suggested early on that we get an amnio so we could “decide how to proceed”. I knew what the Doctor was implying. We declined & said we’d keep the baby regardless of any issues. She arrived early at 28 weeks & spent 11 weeks in NICU. She has some learning disabilities, but graduated, drives, & works at a local nursing home. Our tiny miracle baby was perfect!

    2. Here in NZ, it’s terrible. I refused an amniocentesis (to check for down syndrome) with each of my babies. Not only does that test carry the risk of miscarriage, but I had no intention of aborting my baby anyway, even if it did have disabilities.
      Here in NZ, abortion is legal right up until birth (some restrictions apply) and if the baby is born alive, there is no requirement to give it medical care. It is so extremely sad.

    3. Oh, yes, it’s pushed VERY hard. I was 42 and pregnant with my 6th child. Unfortunately my wonderful, RC OB had retired and I was stuck with some bozo from a different faith. he was abortion-happy. At every appt. he suggested I terminate due to my age and “think about what having a disabled child would do to your family. You have to think of your older kids.” I was afraid my husband was going to kill him and, tbh, it seemed like a pretty good plan to me, I was so angry. Obviously, abortion was not an option for us, which the dr. seemed to think was some sort of personal affront on him. My husband thinks it’s because he made a lot more money for a lot less time on an abortion than a full term pregnancy and (in my case) C-section. #6 is just fine, BTW, despite the fact that I was apparently a fossil when I gave birth.

      1. I volunteer at the local RDA (Riding for the Disabled, or to use the more modern PC term – Riding for Developing Abilities) and every single one of these children are absolutely incredible.
        Some of them are very severely disabled. But every single one of them are so loved.

        It is very sad that your doctor clearly has no idea the joy a disabled child brings to a family – they’re as loved as a non-disabled child!
        At the graduation the RDA has at the end of the year, the families all come along for a BBQ and to see the kids on the horses. Siblings come along too, and you should see the looks of pride on their faces, as they’re watching their disabled sibling ride the horses. For the first 3 times I attended, I cried. Just seeing the joy and pride and love was so emotional.

        We’re not doing older siblings any favours by aborting a baby that has disabilities – we’re doing them a huge disservice. We’re depriving of the love a new baby brings, and we’re depriving them of a perfect opportunity to learn kindness, compassion, caring and patience.

        That some sectors of society think only “perfect” babies have the right to live, is absolutely devastating.

      2. My mom had an uncle that was disabled, he was mentally at the stage of a 2 or 3-year-old all his life. He was the youngest of 9, his mother, my great-grandma, was 46 when she had him. His siblings never got along, yet when it came to him, they always united, they were all very protective of him. One of my fondest memories at my grandma’s is how we would play together when I was a child, haha, it was never boring. Once his mother died, he went into a home for people with special needs but one of his 8 siblings always brought him home for the weekend, to spend time with their family. Overtime, I grew quite protective of him, too. He died 5 years ago and I cried so much. Nobody in my circle of friends and aquaintances understood why, as he was just a great-uncle of mine, not a close relative, but I think it hit us all as if a young child in someone’s family died.

        I’m not going to say it was always easy on my great-grandma, as he was so dependent on her and she never asked for help, even in her old age. There were a lot of worries for him all throughout his life, apparently the doctors said he was going to die soon every year since he turned 15 (he died at 54). But he also brought a lot of joy to everyone and he truely united his siblings whenever there was something to do with his care.

        You see, that is what having a disabled child really does to your family…

        1. Ana – What a sweet story about your great uncle! Blessings abound. Our oldest has learning disabilities as a result of being a micro-preemie, so we understand the challenges of raising a child with special needs. She can drive locally & hold a simple job, but will always need to live with us & have oversight. But that’s ok. She’s our miracle baby & we just couldn’t imagine life without her. We are blessed beyond measure.

  11. Our nation cannot expect the aid, favor, and protection of a just God when our country countenances the murder of over 1,000,000 unborn children a year.

    Judgment is coming. It cannot be predicted what it is going to look like, but it will come on all of us and it is not going to be pretty or fun.

    1. I think we’re seeing the first stages of it unfold right now. It takes an incredibly virulent form of hubris and solipsism for anyone to believe that it’s not fully deserved. This is why I cringe every time I hear pastors or lay leaders pray that God “bless” America. How can anyone be so clueless or delusional as to think that contemporary America deserves God’s blessings? It is God’s forgiveness that they should be praying for. Sodom and Gomorrah were probably angelic compared to this country as it is today.

  12. I just saw that Stevie Nick’s said there wouldn’t have been a Fleetwood Mac if she hadn’t gotten an abortion….

    And I wondered, ‘I wonder what she/they sung?
    Huh?’

    And that is why at the end of the day…the only people who will love you are your family…specifically kids.

    1. Christine, Stevie’s remark was egotistical. If i’m not mistaken, Fleetwood Mac’s first, or second, album was “Future Games.” Came out in ’69. There was Fleeteood, his (now ex) wife and two other men. Of course, they weren’t famous back then – neither were most other Woodstock era bands.
      Could look up the album at home, but rock music is still a temptation – always will be – and i think it best to leave that rebel spirit alone.

  13. Oooh, I hate this “my body, my choice” logic. Always accompanied by “abortion is all about the woman.” No, it’s not. It’s all about the baby. No, I am not anti-woman because I am against abortion, I am pro-baby. And no, I do not think women have a choice about carrying a baby to term anymore than we have a choice about letting our hearts beat. The whole Left stand on babies and women sickens me.

  14. I can never understand how some people regard abortion with such ignorance and look at the topic at such a superficial level. I don’t think anyone likes the idea of killing babies though how do some have such little regard for a human life? Of course, the topic is not black and white but I just wish pro-choice people could stop talking about babies as if they are objects or just a “clump of cells” (and aren’t we too? Isn’t every living organism a clump of cells?). They are a whole living being and should be treated and respected as such. To me, there are very few valid reasons for an abortion. It saddens me that pro-choice people make it all about the women and barely about the child as if they are completely irrelevent, meaningless and worthless.

    1. If they didn’t talk about babies as being “cells” they wouldn’t be able to do abortions. How could anyone go through with one, or perform one, if they recognised it as being an actual, real baby?

      1. I read a story online a couple years ago about how a woman traveled to CO to abort her daughter, who I believe was nearly full term. They discovered she had several disabilities and decided it was better for her to not be born. The article was sickening to me, as the mother writing the article KNEW she was choosing to take her baby’s life but it was for the right reasons and was therefore ok, even admirable. And the whole argument for the article was an emotional appeal (like How could I choose to bring her into this world knowing she was going to suffer? It wouldn’t be humane!) rather than the facts, which was the mom playing God in choosing to end her daughter’s life. And the mother was broken up about it. . . She and her husband wanted the baby. I feel the mainstream argument for abortion is going to get away from the “clump of cells” argument (because, SCIENCE) and turn more into a “it’s for the best” argument.

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