Being a Proverbs 31 woman, or at least aspiring to be, has it’s responsibilities. So when women that are abortion-minded OR pro-‘choice’ [proaborts] and call themselves Christians or ‘religious’, remind them of what the Proverb actually says:

v8 Open your mouth for the speechless,
In the cause of all who are appointed to die.
v9 Open your mouth, judge righteously,

And plead the cause of the poor and needy.

1. Open your MOUTH [mentioned TWICE]

The word righteous is an adjective: 1) characterized by uprightness or morality, 2) morally right or justifiable, 3) acting in an upright, moral way; virtuous. []

And if you’re a Bible nerd like us, see the origins and meaning of judge and righteous/righteously in the Strong’s. You won’t find what proaborts – Christian or not – accuse us of. And that’s probably because they are not properly taught anything about the Bible.

SO: NO EXCUSES. The Bible is very clear on this, there is no middle ground or gray area. If you do not engage by starting the conversation for those who cannot, and plead their cause before they go to the executioner, YOU ARE NOT A CHRISTIAN…or human, for that matter.

Dear Christian woman, GO TO THE SIDEWALK and plead the cause because the BIBLE says…COMMANDS us to do this wonderful thing for the speechless.

So, get all Picard on ’em and ENGAGE.


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6 thoughts on “The Prolife Cause of the Proverbs 31 Woman

  1. Reblogged this on LIFE House and commented:

    The Bible says that we have to OPEN OUR MOUTH to plead the cause, and judge righteously. Too often Christians are accused of ‘judging’ even though the Bible says to do so, but do it righteously. Allowing someone to boast that the Bible says ‘judge not’ without a quick lesson on what Jesus ACTUALLY said, proves we need to get back in the Word and have an answer for them.

    Prolife ministry is a ministry of engagement, not quiet or contemplative. OPEN your mouth and ENGAGE!!!

    Read the Book of Acts and GET READY.

  2. My point is that we judge when we have had pre-marital or extra-marital sex but have not repented of these sexual sins. We judge abortion when we have done the very thing that results in women getting abortions (for the most part–aborting Down Syndrome children being the obvious exception). We need to repent of our own sexual sins before we address the sin of abortion by others.

  3. Wouldn’t that be assumed? But don’t forget the Samaritan woman, she was a sinful woman got saved and became an evangelist. Good thing she didn’t rely on the criticism of others.

  4. I agree completely about the Samaritan woman. I wrote about her in part 2 of “Abortion: Changing the Conversation” series.
    We cannot assume that people have repented of their sexual sins. I think most Christians do not think of their pre-marital sex as sin. We need to start on our knees in repentance. And then we need to approach women with love and respect with the intention of saving their eternal lives rather than only focusing on the babies’ lives.

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