Much of the American public believes that the issue of Life is a matter of opinion, not fact. Too many people see Life as a choice to be born or not, whether because of health reasons, financial circumstances, etc. The fact remains that Life is not by accident or circumstance, but ordained by One mightier than you or me.

We cannot change the color of the sky to suit us, then how is it we think we have the audacity to assign Life to those we think are more worthy and death to those who are not?

The humanistic world does not believe in God, but knows that there is a god-like ethereal being that they can call on when they need a new house or car; they suppose that because they do not worship or ‘believe’ in God or a god out loud that their deeds done in secret are not being remembered, accounted or even considered. How great is the chasm between the truth and an assumed belief to benefit yourself.

God is Lord of all, whether you believe in him or not.

All this being said, Life and death are haphazardly thought of because there is no outward sign of belief in God – an abortion is a blessing to an out of work single woman; euthanasia is prescribed because the quality of Life is dictated by well meaning family members that don’t want their loved one to suffer. I would say that the Life decisions they make are an advantage to themselves, not the person in need. In any event, someone dies.

Let me be the first to let you know that no one needs or wants your God-less opinion or assumption of what you think others need to have value and quality of Life.

To summarize: We don’t need a bunch of well meaning God haters to make laws that govern when we can and cannot have Life. The fact is that abortion and euthanasia is murder, not quality control.

The question is, “…If God is for us, who can be against us?” Turns out just about everyone who does not believe that Life has been and is foreordained before the foundations of this world.

Each one of us has a separate purpose and function; no one is left out, “For there is no partiality with God”, AND, “Your eyes saw my substance, being yet unformed. And in Your book they all were written, the days fashioned for me, when as yet there were none of them.”

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