Roe is gone, but abortion has not yet been abolished.
Abortion has not yet been abolished because the root of the problem wasn’t a court opinion.
The Bible says that, “Out of the heart come evil thoughts, murder, adultery, sexual immorality…”
Preborn children are not murdered every day in our country ultimately because of our government.
They are murdered because millions of Americans are harboring sin in their hearts. And I am not just talking about the sins of those who personally participate in abortion.
For fifty years now (more than that, really), the sins of apathy, partiality, and cowardice have gripped many within the Church, and hindered us from doing our duties under God to love our preborn neighbors as ourselves and seek justice for the fatherless.
The root of the problem is sin. The blood of innocent children flows through our land in a seemingly endless stream because the hearts of most Americans are in rebellion to God.
That is why church leaders are critical to this fight.
If we want the call for repentance and reformation to be heard in the marble halls of our courts and legislatures, it must first ring boldly from the pulpits of our churches and be lived out in our congregations.
I had the privilege of speaking about this foundational issue recently at the Foundation to Abolish Abortion Church Leaders Conference in Houston, Texas. I talked about four areas related to the fight to abolish abortion where we must seek repentance and reformation.
If you were not able to join us in Houston, please watch my message above now and share it with others.
And please continue to pray with me for reformation and revival in our land.
For life, for justice, and for the glory of God,
Abolish Abortion Texas
Foundation to Abolish Abortion
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