Where’s Justice for the Unborn?

Where’s Justice for the Unborn?

The other day, we were at a stoplight and there were protesters holding up signs shouting at the cars as they passed by. My husband yelled to them, “What about justice for the unborn babies?” A few of them looked at him, then looked away. A man who looked to be the leader of the group yelled back, “How many babies have you adopted, and what about those children in cages?” as if we aren’t allowed to take a stand against the slaughtering of millions of unborn babies unless we’ve adopted babies.

These are strawman arguments, women, and one that those protesting criminals being killed by cops use to try and shut down those of us who believe that life begins at conception. Also, when was the last time anyone saw children in cages? They don’t want truth. They only want their wicked agenda. They protest for the lives of the criminals but not for the most innocent among us.

I shared this with the women in the chat room, and here were a few of their replies. We need to have good answers to their ignorance and foolishness.

“Why is that always their argument? What should we not expect mothers to love their children? Instead of strengthening families and teaching girls to embrace childbearing, they just want to literally throw babies in the trash.” (Savannah)

“Just because I can’t adopt them all doesn’t mean you can kill them,” is how Lindsay Harold would respond to them.

Those on the Left believe many lies because they worship the father of lies, Satan. They believe the world is overpopulated; therefore, they feel justified in wanting unborn babies being murdered even though I am sure they are thankful that they were given life. They have no comprehension of doing unto others as they want others to do unto themselves.

They believe that babies should be born only if they are “wanted” children. This is what the sexual revolution has created; the divorce between sex and having children. They don’t want these two to be intertwined. They want to have sex freely without consequences. They want to do what is right in their own eyes and take no responsibility for their actions.

They try to believe that life doesn’t begin at conception. They want young pregnant women to believe there’s just a “glob” in their womb, not a baby even though they can hear the heartbeats of those “globs” by the time the babies are four weeks after conception.

The days are evil, women. We must be lovers of God’s Word and His Truth. We must be able to give answers to those who speak lies. All wisdom comes from God. Seek Him.

This know also, that in the last days perilous times shall come. For men shall be lovers of their own selves…despisers of those that are good…lovers of pleasures more than loves of God…ever learning but never able to come to the knowledge of the truth.
2 Timothy 3:1-7

12 thoughts on “Where’s Justice for the Unborn?

  1. I would just like to say I’m so thankful for this blog. I’ve read it daily for years now. It is such a blessing to hear from brothers and sisters in Christ from all over the country and sometimes the world on this blog. It helps one to not feel so alone. And that is a great encouragement. I consider many of the often commenters my friends and look forward to the conversations.?

  2. Adoption is not as easy at it may sound. Not only is it expensive but children are hard to come by. There are waiting lists for most babies, even babies with downs or of different colors than the adoptive parents get adopted. The ones that are harder to adopt are older kids who were put in the foster system and of course there are many children stuck in the foster system indefinitely because their parents are hoping to get their lives together and haven’t released their children to be adopted.

    “How many kids have you adopted?” is a straw man argument for that reason as well as the fact that kids should never be killed full stop.

  3. They condemn themselves. They believe it’s wrong to kill a criminal because they believe it is against that person’s will . . . What do they think murdering a baby is?

  4. Most of those protesting don’t really care about any lives. If they did, they would protest against abortion, as a major of abortions are committed against minority children. They would also protest deaths that were not a result of actions a police officer took, which nearly every time is due to criminal behavior rather than a corrupt officer.

  5. This is a topic very close to my heart. I work with women in a refuge setting, and it’s so rewarding helping women to change their mind about abortion, and supporting them through the process. (The women I work with are escaping abuse, but often they are pregnant, and some of them want an abortion because of what they have been through.)

    There are so many more ways to support women and babies rather than just adopting all the unwanted babies. For starters, adoption is not ideal. Both my husband and my half-brother still have huge issues stemming from the “primal wound” from not bonding with their mother immediately upon birth (this can often be avoided when the adoptive parents are present either at or immediately after the birth and can bond straight away, but it was 6 weeks until both my husband and half brother were adopted).

    My country (New Zealand) has just passed one of the easiest abortion laws in the world – abortion on demand until 20 weeks, and available under certain criteria up until birth. There is only one political party that has come up with a plan to stem the tide of abortions, and it includes wraparound services for the women even including residential housing with experienced hosts, so they are supported at every step of the way. Sadly, this party is very small and there’s no guarantees they will get into parliament, but I’m trying to convince everyone I can to vote for them, and they’re slowly garnering more support.

    Women considering abortion need support – financial, emotional, psychological, even physical – and there are so many ways we can do that, both on a personal level and a governmental one. Expecting people who are against abortion to adopt all the babies is just stupid. With the right support, these women would likely be able to take care of their babies themselves, hopefully with the help of the man who helped to create them.

  6. I used to be pro-choice, but I feel my heart changing. Although I still support “abortion” if the mothers life is at risk. I actually lived through this, but have so much guilt still, because it’s not what I wanted. I have been blessed with a healthy second child, although my first died in my womb. She had severe cystic hygroma, and was diagnosed with turners syndrome. The doctors told me she would not survive, and it was not wise to continue to carry as life threatening complications could arise. So I listened to them. I scheduled a D&C, and my baby died in my womb. Sometimes I wonder if I did the right thing by listening to the doctors. I will never know. I will always grieve my unborn child, and I will always carry the guilt knowing at the end of the day I made that decision to stop my babies heart. I know God has forgiven me. I understand the need for abortion to save the mothers life, but at the same time, was it maybe in Gods plan for me to carry that baby and die? These are hard questions to answer. I don’t have the answers and never will. But I repented and prayed to God, and he blessed me with a second baby. I am forever grateful for His grace.

  7. Women need to STOP having sex without being in a position to support a baby. And the laws shouldn’t allow women to MURDER their children.

    Christianity needs to be reinforced among people. The sexual liberation movement has led to nothing but diseases, death, and depression.

  8. I’m not sure about other countries, but here in NZ, it’s not just single or young women having babies. It’s also married and/or older (30s) women who *could* support a baby but they’re “not ready”.
    It’s tragic.

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