Words simply cannot describe what is unfolding in history

There are times when words simply cannot describe what is unfolding in history.

January 22nd marks the 42nd anniversary of legalized abortion in America. What this means is that millions upon millions of unborn children have paid the price for the lie of “pro-choice” and “reproductive rights” with their lives.


There is probably no way to know the complete body count.

It is beyond words to fathom what this number represents. Each child – a gift sent to earth from Heaven- snuffed out on the alter of convenience and “women’s rights.”

Tragedy? Perhaps…

Merriam Webster’s Dictionary describes tragedy as, “a very bad event that causes great sadness and often involves someone’s death: a very sad, unfortunate, or upsetting situation : something that causes strong feelings of sadness or regret.”

Massacre? More like it:

an indiscriminate and brutal slaughter of people.

deliberately and violently kill (a large number of people).

While there are plenty of euphemisms like “a woman has the right to choose what to do with her body” if you look at abortion for what it is you see it’s the cold and calculating dismemberment of a child in the womb.

I’ve been around long enough to have debated the opposition which favors child killing in the womb, at a time when they defined the unborn child as a blob of tissue, a parasite, not human.

Today, as I speak with abortion advocates, they state clearly that what is aborted in the womb is indeed a human baby.

Soak that in for a moment…

People in this country KNOW that abortion mercilessly takes the life of the baby and they don’t care. In fact, abortion advocates are not even neutral- they completely turn on the unborn child to seek their demise.

What has happened in our society to bring us to this point?

These advocates of child killing never suggest that there could be another alternative than to hack the innocent child’s body into pieces. No, they coldly work to guarantee the unborn child will be placed before the abortionist’s knife.

Most decent people do not think this way – but – abortion enables the monster inside of people to show it’s teeth. It’s savage appetite for blood pushes those who advocate abortion into more and more extreme positions until abortion becomes a sacred right.

It triumphs all moral decency, all normal reactions to innocence, all mercy, all caring. Abortion consumes those it takes into it’s ideology until that person denies all science, reason, and begins to foam at the mouth with uncontrollable blood-thirst.

People, this is truly sick.

Unfortunately, what is sicker, is that there is a majority of people who say they believe the unborn should be protected- but- they remain silent.

As the body count rises and the blood of innocent children fill the streets of America, these people tune out the cries, they nod their heads in agreement but then turn away from the victims like they do not exist.

But- they do.

Tell me if you would – as extreme as abortion advocates have become – wouldn’t you also agree that being silent about this holocaust is equally disturbing?

I would.

Yes, indeed, there are times when words simply cannot describe what is unfolding in history.

3 Responses to “Words simply cannot describe what is unfolding in history”

  1. exposesexednow Says:

    Reblogged this on Expose Sex Ed Now!.

  2. Deacon Darrell Kelsey Says:

    Prayer in not silence. January 22nd 400,000 people will be marching to the Supreme Court building and praying for an end of the slaughter. Millions are praying and we all vote.
    Keep the faith, and please keep praying.


  3. Peter Walsh Says:

    yes, in Connecticut, 90% of conservative churchgoers are not REGULAR voters. They vote some of the time. Anytime our side decides to to participate with vigor …. we make big progress.

    Abortion has made some pro-lifers very very cynical about politicians. Including, pro-life politicians and the person running against NARAL’s candidate.

    The abortion side knew that the worse they made it … the more cynical some religious people become. They react negatively, but won’t fight back. Cynicism is incompatible with the gospel.

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