By schism rent asunder, by heresy oppressed...

LittleOne (Tim: This by Mark Chambers, although not the title. Incidentally, yesterday I received an e-mail from a longtime member of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Manhattan who estimated the number of Redeemer's members who voted for Barack Obama was fifty percent.)

There is nothing particularly unusual about the picture above; nothing fantastic or different. It is just the result and remains of the  typical abortion;  a bit of messy refuse to be discarded after the useful cells have been harvested. At least it is not an entire waste, we can be thankful for that after all.

The decapitation is interesting. The heads of fetuses, being too large for the vacuum tube must be pulverized to facilitate removal. Similar to certain seed pods that find their way into my garage that are too large for the shop vac I must take steps to reduce the size of them in order to suck them up. I find that stepping on them works quite well, and it is only a minor annoyance. Not nearly so complicated as finding the obstacle via ultrasound in order to crush it with forceps. But doctors are adept at accomplishing the difficult and we must salute them...

What admirable skills they have. How kind they are to minimize the trauma to the poor woman. This growth has caused enough pain already and there is no reason to make such inconveniences worse than they need be. Quick, easy and painless is the key here. One should not be punished for forgetting condoms or being carried away in the heat of the moment. Who can control such things? Careers must not be affected. Plans shouldn’t have to be changed. Lives must not be put on hold. We must help the poor victims if even they are victims of their own improprieties.

And so we praise men like Barak Obama who understand such things and help make these acts of kindness possible.  Let us extend to him the right hand of fellowship and call him brother. And let us cease our unreasonable and reprehensible criticisms of those Christians who are able to see beyond such trivial things to look toward the important issues of coal and ice caps and banks and homophobia. Anything else would be uncivilized.

O beautiful for spacious skies...

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Maybe someone should tell them how many future Democrats they are killing, not to mention future taxpayers they can fleece.

More likely someone should tell them of the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ for sinners like us.

Even more likely someone should tell them that if they spurn the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ for sinners like us, God will do to them in hell for eternity what they've done to the unborn in the womb.

All Christians who voted for Obama are responsible for their sin, but I think the false teachers such as Brian Mclaren bear the larger load of guilt and have more blood on their hands for leading God's people astray. They do this sometimes even under the pretense of caring about life (see McLaren's Why I'm voting for Barack Obama ... and I hope you will too. Reason 5: The Sacredness of Life

http://www.brianmclaren.net/archives/blog/why-im-voting-for-barak-obama-...). Of course some Christians are out there looking for people to lead them astray and say the things that McLaren is saying, but woe to the teachers who say them.

MOST likely we should look in the mirror.

2Ch 7:14 If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.

That isn’t too difficult to understand is it? What seems to escape notice however, and what may be necessarily deduced, is that if God will heal a land when his people act accordingly, he will also keep their land if they act accordingly.

This isn’t about the world. This isn’t about the reprobate and the unbeliever. This is about covenant breakers; salt without flavor; extinguished light; Laodecia.

"This is the covenant that I will make with them after those days, declares the Lord: I will put my laws on their hearts, and write them on their minds,"

Where are the hearts and minds engraven with the law of God? Where in the world is the church?

What brought us to this? What part have I played or failed to play? God help me.

MUCK of the sty, reek of the trough,

Blackened my brow where all might see,

Yet while I was a great way off

My Father ran with compassion for me.

He put on my hand a ring of gold,

(There's no escape from a ring, they say)

He put on my neck a chain to hold

My passionate spirit from breaking away.

He put on my feet the shoes that miss

No chance to tread in the narrow path;

He pressed on my lips the burning kiss

That scorches deeper than fires of wrath.

He filled my body with meat and wine,

He flooded my heart with love's white light;

Yet deep in the mire, with sensual swine,

I long–God help me!–to wallow to-night.

Muck of the sty, reek of the trough,

Blacken my soul where none may see.

Father, I yet am a long way off–

Come quickly, Lord! Have compassion on me!

"...the number of Redeemer's members who voted for Barack Obama was fifty percent."

That's just so depressing.

Thanks, Mark, for this post. It is sorely needed. And I agree completely with you and Leslie that the church and its false shepherds are most to be blamed for this country's current decadence. Thank you, Tim and David, for your persistent work in calling us all back to the Truth.

Maybe I missed something, but it seems like everyone's talking about Obama, but no one's mentioned the fact that, of the 3 ballot initiatives seeking to limit abortion, 2 of them were defeated. California's is still pending, but it doesn't look like that's going to pass either.

Fluke or sea change?

Martha

Mark C. said:

"This isn’t about the world. This isn’t about the reprobate and the unbeliever. This is about covenant breakers; salt without flavor; extinguished light; Laodecia.

'This is the covenant that I will make with them after those days, declares the Lord: I will put my laws on their hearts, and write them on their minds,'

Where are the hearts and minds engraven with the law of God? Where in the world is the church?

What brought us to this? What part have I played or failed to play? God help me."

Thank you for these words. I see it all around me, in me and at most every church I visit.

Bayly bros. Thank you for this photo. IT truly needs to be remembered.

What is done in the dark... is what really matters.

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