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Five Reasons You Should Go to Your Local Abortion Mill

Emma (2)Christians, this needs no introduction. But I will briefly mention that my mother was at one of the local killing places this morning all by herself as the waiting room was overflowing with mothers and fathers killing their unborn babies. Please take two minutes and read this letter written from RC Sproul, Jr.:

I know it is a scary thought. I know it is outside our comfort zone. And so at best we pray for those who go, those spiritual super-heroes that are better than we are. At worst we get angry at them for making us feel guilty. Going to the mill, however, will not save your soul, will not assuage your guilt. Jesus did that. If you will go, however, you will no longer fear, but will know that He is with you, wherever you go. Here then are five reasons you should go, pray, speak.

First, you should go to feel the power of repentance. There is no place, outside the Lord’s Table, more powerful in demonstrating the depth of our sin. Though I am actively pro-life I go and repent for these things. First, for my country. I am a part of this country and so share in its guilt. While we should always and everywhere be grateful for all the blessings we receive, going to a mill cures my head-in-the-sand, proud-to-be-an-American folly. Instead I am rightly ashamed. I am a citizen of a nation that over the last forty years has murdered fifty million babies. Second, for His church. I am a part of His church and so share in its guilt. We are like the Christians of Germany during the Holocaust, except these victims are murdered in plain sight. Again, though I am to be grateful for how the grace of God is manifest in and through His church, being at the mill cures me of the foolish notion that the church is innocent, that the battle between the seed of the woman and the seed of the serpent is an “out there” thing rather than an “in here” thing. Third, I repent for myself. Being there never cleanses me from my guilt. I cannot stand there and pray, “I thank you God that I am not like other men. I preach at mills and adopt babies.” Instead I weep for my forgetting, and for my not doing enough.

Second, you should go to experience the power of the devil.

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Powerful, right? He says it so well!

Have you ever been to the abortion mill in your city? What was it like?

Comments

  1. Ohmysoul!!!! Crying!! Thank you for posting this! I love you and am so grateful for your encouragement and for the sweet fellowship we share. <3

  2. I can’t figure out how to share this on fb. I clicked share but I just “liked” it. Can you post it to my wall please?

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