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UnderGrace

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The heart of God breaks...

https://www.nationalreview.com/corner/new-york-state-senate-passes-expansive-abortion-bill/


Possibly the saddest day in America. Sin is celebrated. Heartbreaking.


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So sad. :(

How can any sane person think that it is okay to abort, let alone so late in the final trimester.

Evil is truly trying to tighten its grip on the nation. If the U.S. does not find its way out of this mess, it will surely be like the past decadent, immoral, evil worlds that God had to destroy.
 

kaylagrl

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So sad. :(

How can any sane person think that it is okay to abort, let alone so late in the final trimester.

Evil is truly trying to tighten its grip on the nation. If the U.S. does not find its way out of this mess, it will surely be like the past decadent, immoral, evil worlds that God had to destroy.
I totally agree. We see the dark path before us and those that are insisting on dragging the country in that direction. I was grieved to see the tower lit pink to celebrate murder. It's heartbreaking. An old song we use to sing in church goes...

Jesus now,more than ever.We are sailing through stormy weather.All God's children,should get together. For we need Jesus now,more than ever.
 

blue_ladybug

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Welp, it's not surprising. America IS the modern day Sodom and Gomorrah..
 
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7seasrekeyed

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fists in the face of God

heaping up judgement and when it comes they will hate God even more

may God have mercy on the unborn, but wickedness and evil will become worse and worse as scripture states
 

JustEli

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What will their reasoning be when medical advancements make abortion avoidable?

Not sure I worded that correctly.
 

kaylagrl

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I certainly don't think we can single out America. The whole world system is Sodom and Gomorrah

Sorry brother but I don't think America should be let off the hook. This country was based on Judeo/Christian values. There is no excuse. And God will hold this country accountable.


"The United States has the highest abortion rate in the western world, and the third-highest abortion rate of all developed nations worldwide." frc.org
 
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RodB65

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This whole thing has me sick to my stomach. I watched four of my five children enter this world, I helped deliver my youngest daughter.

How can anyone rejoice in a crime against humanity?
 

kaylagrl

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Before anyone pipes up, God can and does forgive a woman who has an abortion if she repents. Not even a question.
 

PennEd

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Here are the sad, sickening, and horrific tenets of this satanic Law:

Here are eight facts about New York’s new abortion law:

– The “fundamental” right to abortion is enshrined in the New York Constitution. “Every individual who becomes pregnant has the fundamental right to choose to carry the pregnancy to term, to give birth to a child, or to have an abortion, pursuant to this article,” the law states.


– The law allows non-physicians to perform abortions. “A health care practitioner licensed, certified, or authorized under title eight of the education law, acting in his or her lawful scope of practice, may perform an abortion,” the law states.

– The law allows abortion through the third trimester, including up to birth. “Third-trimester abortion will be allowed under the new law when a preborn child is diagnosed with a condition that will cause him or her to die at or shortly after birth,” Live Action reported.

– The law removes protections for babies who survive an abortion procedure. “The new law removes protections for babies born alive after an abortion — meaning they could be left to die after birth — by rescinding a portion of New York’s public health law,” Live Action reported. Late-term abortions, until now, were illegal in the state of New York.


– The law prevents pregnant women whose babies are killed in an attack on the mother from seeking justice and could result in infanticide by repealing the requirement for a second physician to be on hand in case an attempted abortion past 20 weeks yields a live infant.

– The law states that an unborn child cannot be a victim of homicide if he dies while in the womb following an attack on the mother. “‘Person,’ when referring to the victim of a homicide, means a human being who has been born and is alive,” the law states.

– Pro-abortion advocates said the law would protect legal abortion even in the event that the U.S. Supreme Court overturns the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision to make abortion legal — a decision that did no go as far as the New York law. “[The law] not only increases access to abortion across the board, including late-term abortions but also goes beyond Roe, which left some limits in place,” Catholic News Service reported.


– The law is to “prevent the enforcement of laws or regulations that are not in furtherance of a legitimate state interest in protecting a woman’s health that burden abortion access.”

New York’s Democrat Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed the bill into law.
 

PennEd

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Her name is Jessica Kawecki. She is asking people to share her story on social media. You can search her on Facebook to share:

Im not here to change anyone’s mind, but the ignorance & absolute lack of knowing what you’re talking about floors me.

In 2012, we were pregnant with twins. Happiest time of my life, a little girl & a little boy. My water broke unexpectedly at 19 weeks, with Lila Faith aka Twin A. That day, June 1, 2012 - I was told I would deliver my children within 72 hours, I was losing my kids. I was asked if I knew “my options.” I said what options? I could electively terminate, because I was at high risk for infection. I remember the horror. Every dream I had flashed in front of my face, and life got so dark. When a doctor tells you it doesn’t look good, a professional, it can be very intimidating. Humbling. I thought to myself what do I know? She sees this every day. Is she right? I asked the nurse if there was one single ounce of hope, and she told me point blank, flat out, no stutter - “No.” But my gut absolutely without one doubt screamed, not whispered..Jessica, you keep going.

I had Lila July 15, she was 22 weeks 5 days. Born very much alive, she cried (hello lungs)..beautiful child. 22 weeks 5 days. I held her in my arms until she passed, I don’t remember how long. Long time. She’s a beautiful blessing that I can assure you was very much a child, a person - 22 weeks 5 days. Eyelashes, beautiful hands, perfect face. I will keep her in my heart and my spirit every single day until I see her again. I regret nothing, I wouldn’t change anything, if I could rewrite history without her in it and erase all the pain - I couldn’t. She is an incredible lesson and light, and I appreciate the daylights out of every single experience now. She was my first child & I was blessed to be given the time I had with her.
AGAIN, on that day, I was asked if I “knew my options.” Her placenta did not come out, Miles wasn’t “viable” - again “risk for infection.” Let it ride, Doc. Not folding now. Not today. Not tomorrow. I’ll gamble on every second, for as many as God will give me. I remember Dr Brown saying to me, “This will be very difficult. But if you’re ready for the fight, then take it. Not many could do it, mentally or physically - but something tells me you can.” I replied I was going to do my best and try. So I didn’t stand up for a long time. My mom washed my hair and shaved my legs. I was so sad mourning our loss, but I stayed calm and optimistic for Miles. I owed him that. They routinely took my temperature a lot to make sure I wasn’t hot, AKA getting infected. I remember on the days I felt warm, I’d quickly eat ice chips when I could hear the nurse rolling the thermometer machine down the hall towards me. They weren’t taking Miles from me. Nobody was. I remember the high risk specialist asking, “Are you sure you can do this?” I remember smiling and saying “500%.” He said OK that’s fine, but the first sign you’re sick - that’s it. I said OK thanks I feel great! Have a nice day! See you later! Bye!!” LOL I laugh now..you see, he wasn’t a bad guy, he was a very good guy - but really, it’s all in the way you look at things. If you look at abortion as just another procedure, than sure it would have looked, to some, as if it was saving my life. But keeping Miles, raising Miles - he is what’s saved my life. Yes, it was hard. But going home alone would have been inexplicable. I was given an incredible gift in the end, but I had a LOT of work to do to get there. But isn’t that what motherhood is? Isn’t that what life is?
I held onto that little spitfire babykin with all
of my heart and my soul until the day he was born August 6, at 8 am - the day he turned 25 weeks. He is absolutely EVERYTHING. He’s a survivor, I’m a survivor - and you know what? Sure it was work. Hard work. It tested my faith, my physical person, my grit..I had to go toe to toe with fear, doubt. But you know what would have been worse? Having to live with myself after DECIDING (because it is absolutely a CHOICE) to be medically induced, pull his head out of me, insert scissors in his neck and snip his spine? Have him thrown in a waste bin like yesterday’s news? Are we kidding? For what? Because there’s a chance something could go wrong? I turn the key in my ignition of my Jeep every fcking day and drive places..that’s a risk too.
Miles is 6. Beautiful 6. I speak his story because he matters. And people should know what they’re talking about before popping off with some bullshit. He was born on the morning of 25 weeks, never intubated. And I’ll live every day of MY life knowing I did the right thing by him, as his MOTHER.
My dear friend Becca, who is now a doctor herself, was sitting with me July 16, the day after Lila passed - and when I was RE-PRESENTED with the option to “electively terminate.” It’s so funny how they can make something so horrific just roll off their tongue. Electively terminate. But as I was laying there, with a living, breathing, happy little boy in my belly - not a “fetus” or a cluster of cells, but a PERSON, I said to my friend - how could they ask such a thing? How could anyone do that? She said, and I remember as clear as the day, they can’t make anyone a medical hostage. I didn’t have to be there. So if I wanted to “dump my apple cart & try again” that was my “choice.”
So take your reproductive murderer law & shove it.
I ALWAYS have time to stop for his donuts. Sometimes there’s bath water or mud tracked through the house. But the way I see him, I can’t even explain. His first steps, his words..I watch him hike and snowshoe and swim and eat the whole bag of Flaming Hot Doritos...and it’s alllll good. I embrace every bit of of it.
This is not political. I would never use him as a pawn, he is far too remarkable and I am a bigger person than that. It is about life. It’s about me sharing the incredible gift - that’s real. I share it with love, the same kindness that kid radiates every single day. This is his story, and his miracle.
(I’ve made this post public, and you have my permission to share. There are women, families, who ARE where I’ve been - and are doing the best they can to make decisions with the knowledge they have, and what theyve even been told. If Miles can help ONE CHILD, that’s one more than if we would have remained silent. Hold on as long and as tight as you can, Mamas - even when it gets scary. You will fight, but in the end - don’t make a quick impulsive decision for an immediate “fix” when you can really win in the long run. Don’t let anyone tell you there’s no hope. There is absolutely hope, even if you’re the only one who feels it sometimes. Sending love ❤️)
 

crossnote

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I just heard of this tonight and immediately sensed judgment is coming...praying.
 

crossnote

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What is also scary and sad was the margin this vote passed the State Assembly (92-47) and the State Senate (38-24).

The New York State Senate passed the Reproductive Health Act (RHA) this evening by a vote of 38-24, on the 46th anniversary of the Supreme Court decision in Roe v. Wade, which found that a woman has a constitutional right to abortion. The bill already passed the state assembly by a 92-47 vote.
 

crossnote

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(the context may be different but the application is the same)

Matthew 18:10 NKJV
[10] "Take heed that you do not despise one of these little ones, for I say to you that in heaven their angels always see the face of My Father who is in heaven.

Matthew 18:6 NKJV
[6] "Whoever causes one of these little ones who believe in Me to sin, it would be better for him if a millstone were hung around his neck, and he were drowned in the depth of the sea.


Matthew 25:40 NKJV
[40] And the King will answer and say to them, 'Assuredly, I say to you, inasmuch as you did it to one of the least of these My brethren, you did it to Me.'
 
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RodB65

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The context here is not the same, but ...


The Lord said to Moses, “Say to the Israelites: ‘Any Israelite or any foreigner residing in Israel who sacrifices any of his children to Molek is to be put to death. The members of the community are to stone him. I myself will set my face against him and will cut him off from his people; for by sacrificing his children to Molek, he has defiled my sanctuary and profaned my holy name. If the members of the community close their eyes when that man sacrifices one of his children to Molek and if they fail to put him to death, I myself will set my face against him and his family and will cut them off from their people together with all who follow him in prostituting themselves to Molek. – Leviticus 20:1-5
 

PennEd

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What is also scary and sad was the margin this vote passed the State Assembly (92-47) and the State Senate (38-24).

Proof positive to ANY Christian that you can NEVER vote Democrat!

I feel so sad that so many people of color have been so deceived to vote for them. More black children are aborted than are BORN in NYC!! Think about that a sec.

They are LITERALLY killing black people, yet somehow the GOP who want to stop them, are the bad guys.
 

Adstar

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The love of many has grown cold.. celebrating the bloody killing of the innocent.. These people are like WW2 Nazi concentration camp guards smiling while they gas the Jews.. Nothing more evil then when it is done with joy..

They love unrighteousness.. Eternal Woe will be unto them..