What Does Abortion Sound Like?

MUR’DERnoun [Latin mors.]

1. The act of unlawfully killing a human being with premeditated malice, by a person of sound mind. To constitute murder in law, the person killing another must be of sound mind or in possession of his reason, and the act must be done with malice prepense, aforethought or premeditated; but malice may be implied, as well as express.

1828 Webster’s Dictionary

Yes, I understand it’s legal to murder your child who seeks love, nourishment, and protection in your womb, but it was legal to kill Jews in Nazi Germany and it was legal to kill negros just a few years ago. Just because a rebellious government who does everything it can to erase God from society declares something is legal, doesn’t make it right. Would we clap our hands in agreement if the Chinese authorities decided to kill off those who were infected with the coronavirus? I would hope not.

I have many brothers and sisters in Christ who stand courageously outside of abortion clinics and witness for Christ’s glory. Some listen, most don’t.

These heroes sacrifice their time, comfort and even freedom to perhaps save one little baby. Is it worth it? Yes! This atrocity needs to stop and men and women need to take responsibility for their actions and do the right thing and accept the baby they produced.

Is Music Worship?

In a day and age where music is everywhere, it should be important to those of us who are true believers to know what is and what is not worship. Sadly, many churches use music as a means to entertain their congregations before we have to get to that “sermon part” again.

In fact, I would posit that if churches were to announce that they are only going to pray and have a time of preaching/teaching that many congregations would disappear.

However, there are a few who believe that music is actually worship and that each in attendance is worshiping from the heart when they sing praises to God.

In this message from January 2016, Pastor John MacArthur addresses this topic faithfully from Ephesians 5 as his text.