The “elephant” in the womb (big, bold antiabortion statements)

Many people don’t want to talk about the elephant in the womb: “Abortion takes an innocent human life.”

Perhaps those of us who have escaped the womb shouldn’t condemn to death any of those who are still there.

Abortion makes it fatal to be an unwanted prenatal.

To kill a fetus cheats us all by devaluing every human life.

To be prejudice against a fetus and label it “not human” is a double standard, because everybody once was one.

I was a pre Roe v. Wade fetus, so my life was relatively safe, but since then about 70 million weren’t so fortunate as me (& you).

Abortion makes the womb a place of doom and gloom — a dungeon of unspeakable horrors rather than a giver of joyous life. 

To say that some prenatal lives matter and that others don’t is discrimination and injustice!

When injustice is being done (and is supported by government), those who benefit from it want others to keep silent about it. 

With all the noise and fanfare about human rights, most nations still deny the basic right to life to the most innocent human lives.

When a nation’s conscience is hard enough to kill and mistreat a fetus, it could potentially kill and mistreat any of its citizens.

There are two situations where Americans have claimed the “right” to other people’s lives–abortion and slavery.

The supporters of slavery didn’t want to be slaves themselves and the supporters of abortion don’t want to have their life aborted.

Slaveholders claimed that they were righteous in their actions. So do abortionists. 

In history, many Americans who didn’t agree with it were silent about slavery. Nowadays the same is true about abortion.

Since it’s wrong to abuse and disrespect human life based on skin color, isn’t it wrong to abuse and disrespect it based on its location in the womb?

Abortion says, life isn’t valuable unless it’s viable. Life support says, unviable life’s too valuable to let die. Which is right?

God gives life. Abortion takes it away.

Since “reproductive freedom” demands the “right” to choose to kill an unwanted prenatal child, should parental freedom also demand the “right” to choose to kill an unwanted child?

Jesus loves the little fetus, every fetus in the womb. Red and yellow, black and white, they’re all precious in His sight!

Normally the womb empties into life. Abortion abnormally empties it into death.

Prenatal care says that all lives matter. Abortion says some lives don’t. Which is right?

All lives matter including all 70 million or so prenatal lives that have been taken in the USA since Roe v. Wade.

The killing of the human fetus in America (about 70 million so far) hardens our hearts, devalues human life, and will defeat us.

America appears to have made abortion “the final solution” for unwanted pregnancy.

Abortion makes fetal life fatal.

To ignore and/or disobey your conscience is to endanger your mental health.

When we choose to do wrong and refuse to denounce that wrong and turn away from it, we abort our mental health.


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About Steve Simms

I like to look and think outside the box. In college I encountered Jesus Christ and I have been passionate about trying to get to know Him better ever since. My wife and I co-lead a non-traditional expression of the body of Christ in Nashville based on open participation and Spirit-led sharing. We long to see the power and passion of the first Christ-followers come to life in our time. I have written a book about our experiences called, "Beyond Church: An Invitation To Experience The Lost Word Of The Bible--Ekklesia" that is available in Kindle & paperback @ http://amzn.to/2nCr5dP
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