In Case You Missed It: Pray Together for Life

It thrills my soul to see believers take bold stands for Christian values, particularly the sanctity of life. There is a growing movement of believers standing and fighting both in prayer and in appropriate appearances and protests. But is it too little too late?

We don’t know the answer to that question, though many believe that when the Supreme Court begins hearing arguments in the Dobbs v Jackson Women’s Health Organization, it could spell the tipping point for America. The Dobbs case has the potential to overturn Roe v Wade, the 1973 Supreme Court decision that made abortion legal in all 50 states. Could this be the “final chance” for God’s people to plead mercy in order to stop the killing? Could this be the “final chance” God gives us to repent as a nation for the most atrocious infanticide in human history?

God HATES child sacrifice, which is exactly what abortion is. It puts an innocent unborn child on the altar of convenience and slaughters that child for the pleasure and contentment of adults who conceived yet, saw that child as a hindrance to their own desires.

Today is the day of opening arguments, which will likely last many days. A decision is expected sometime in summer, 2022. But what the justices hear beginning today will determine the direction they go. It is critical that we pray.

The Family Research Council hosted a powerful nationwide online prayer rally a few days ago and it is well worth reviewing. If you don’t have time to view the entire thing, fast forward to beginning remarks of several of the speakers. It was passionate and it was powerful. Use this rally to encourage your own prayers for those arguing the case, the justices hearing the case and those impacted by the case.

Be a warrior…fight on your knees!

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