Saturday, January 26, 2013
We’re all aware of the horror that took place at Sandy Hook Elementary School last month when 20 children were shot to death by a deranged man. The nation mourned the massacre. Most of us grieved over the senseless slaughter of the innocent.
But did you know that on that very same day approximately 3,700 human beings were butchered in their mothers’ wombs? Did anyone cry or grieve for them? Did anyone care?
Those sweet children at Sandy Hook will never see their next birthdays. Those babies aborted will never even see the light of day much less their first birthdays. No flowers or Teddy bears for them, just a medical waste can. They said the Sandy Hook killer must have been deranged for having killed those children. How deranged were the men on the Supreme Court when they passed Roe v. Wade? They’re responsible for the murder of 54 million babies and 400 women who lost their lives while getting “safe” abortions.
Everyone has known, since time immemorial, that a baby killed in the womb constituted murder. Then came Roe v. Wade and our once proud and free country began going downhill and will continue to do so until Roe v. Wade is overturned.
God is not mocked. The murder of one unborn cries to Heaven for vengeance. What does the murder of 54 million do?
Our country needs God’s blessing, not his wrath. But don’t expect any change or help too soon, especially from our two pro-abortion Catholic senators.
It’s now no longer a question of is God going to punish the nation for the sin of abortion, but a matter of when? Keep in mind that unless a nation and its people are worthy to be saved by God it won’t be.
If mankind continues to ignore the evils of abortion and does not show signs of repenting, “Fire will fall from the sky and will wipe out a great part of humanity. The devastation will be so great that the survivors will envy the dead!” — Our Lady of Akita, Oct. 13, 1973.
Philip C. Shivell
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