Absolutely Macabre My husband and I considered IVF for about 5 minutes about 15 years ago. Since becoming a Bible-believing Christian, I understand in no uncertain terms why this is wrong. Anytime we play God, especially with our own fertility, it backfires.
I gasped in horror to learn this couple encased their dead babies to make jewelry. This would be like asking the abortion clinic, say you had twins, for "the tissue" so you could make matching earrings out of them.
God have mercy...
Great Sermon! Your pro-life Christian voices are like a balm to me after listening to Dianne Feinstein regurgitate the old pro-abortion talking points, like "it's between a woman and her doctor."
We know from the real voices of post-abortive women who deeply regret their abortions, whose voices are rarely heard, that the mother normally meets her masked abortionist while drugged as the procedure starts.
Personally, I would like to see a federal Heartbeat Bill enacted. Thanks for your coverage.
The Women's March Makes Me Cry I look at those marches in horror. We know the Planned Parenthood crowd was there in force. I thought of David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt--the atrocities they exposed. I watched the Center for Medical Progress videos and wept and wept. Sometimes, I needed breaks, because the evil they exposed was more than I could stomach at a time. I thought, at the time, finally people will see the truth and rejected abortion. Sadly, that was not to happen.
They trotted out their pro-abortion, pro-abortifacient celebrities, who spoke in the most vile and vulgar ways--of course, using the accepted euphemisms to candy coat abortion. The overall behavior of the crowd was crude and hateful.
The saddest thing of all for me, was seeing my own sister there.
That broke my heart. She is in my prayers.
Great Sermon! My mother's cousin married a lovely Japanese woman when I was a child. His sister, his only sibling, who was supposedly a Christian, vehemently opposed the marriage. I didn't understand this. My mother, a Caucasian and Christian, loved and adored her cousin's bride.
My nephew recently married a young woman who is a mix of races, and we all enjoyed seeing them get married.
Great Sermon! Amen!!! At times I feel envious of children being brought up in the nurture and admonition of the Lord. How blessed are they!
I am product of the leftist schools and universities. I got the whole nine yards and then some. Indoctrination to the hilt. I have since rejected all the secular humanism I was taught non-stop and am a Bible-believing Christian.
I also agree that it doesn't look good for Obergefell v. Hodges with POTUS Trump, VPOTUS Pence and Neil Gorsuch.
Great Sermon! The pink hats (called a vulgar term) represent in large a huge swath of abortions, whether committed by themselves or complicit in them, that go unrepented for. That includes abortifacients.
Without the saving grace of Jesus Christ, these post abortive parents have nowhere to go with their guilt but to lock arms with those also involved in abortion, who bless it. This assuages their guilt temporarily. But when they get home, they still have to deal with it alone. Some of them will ultimately get saved, repent, and live for Christ.
Great Sermon! I love your sermons. I saw online that they had their "women's march" in D.C. today--1/21/17.
It KILLS me to read these stories about these Hollywood "celebrities" pushing abortion and abortifacients.
Their mouths are so foul and vile. I need to hear the Word of God.
I hate this-the pro-feminist, pro-abortion agenda. The kids get this pushed on them in the public schools.
See this article:
The good news is: our Savior can forgive even this sin.
It broke my heart to hear your church member get choked up over the baby she lost.
FYI: you said someone excoriated you recently. Pastor, I want you to know you're such a blessing.
John Glenn, who purported to be a devout Christian, was "pro-choice" as an Ohio senator. I confounds me how one can make that claim while supporting the butchering of unborn babies... I hope he had a change of heart and repented of this.
Great Sermon! I enjoy the show. However, I listen to Faith2Action's Janet Porter, who has been on your show. She recommended voting for Trump.
Why? Because she has been in the thick of the pro-life cause all of her adult life. She knows how horrible it would be for the Supreme Court if Hillary Clinton won, and the thought horrified me.
Is Mr. Trump perfect? Obviously not. Are any of us? My main reason for voting for him was the Supreme Court... I don't want babies eviserated live, commodified and parts sold. Not to mention the walking wounded: the mothers and fathers.
Again, I enjoy your show. But I respectfully disagree because the cause of life is the most important to me.
Great Sermon! Pastor, I couldn't sleep for months at the prospect of a Hillary Clinton presidency. I kept praying and praying and crying out to God that she not be elected. That would totally empowered the left to continue their Godless policies. The rioting, the anarchy and what I witnessed last night: Sixty Minutes, a show on CBS (since we cut the Cable and satellite--this was on YouTube)--had feminist Leslie Stahl interview Trump and she was snarky and a little hostile. She asked him what would happen if Roe v. Wade got overturned, where will women go for their abortions? He answered that it would go to the states. With this look of horror, she asked: "Where will women go for their abortions?" Wow... in her arrogant leftism, she can't comprehend that many Americans are against killing unborn babies! If Hillary got in, she would have been praising her effusively. I disagree with your other poster. I believe Trump getting in was a gift from our Savior, as millions everywhere prayed she not win. Praise God!
Great Sermon! This sermon made me cry. Extremely sobering. Those abortion numbers don't include those lost to abortifacients. I have to remember the good Lord is sovereign over all. You're not afraid to speak about the difficult things.
God bless you, sir.
Great Sermon!--additional note Just sent you a comment re:
I really looked at the site today. Many Unitarian Universalists, progressive Judaism and progressive Christianity, etc.
I read with horror that they actually spend a week a year praying FOR abortion, pastor.
You can't make this stuff up. Thank God I can listen to SermonAudio!
Great Sermon! Going to vote in Ohio and will not vote for a baby killer. I, too, have seen the images of abortion victims and wondered how our society ever got to accept this. It's demonic.
The "church" has played its part. Today, I perused a website called:
They basically support everything God hates and many call themselves Christians. No shock to you, pastor. And they want to indoctrinate children in the public schools. If you don't agree, you are considered a bigot, a bully and a hater.
Thanks for your sermons. They continue to bless me.
Comments on 40 Days 40 Days is a good organization, but they cannot take all credit themselves for baby saves.
Many other Christians are out there, especially Baptists, week in and week out--taking the most vile of harassment. Some of the 40 Days people simply pray a rosary and do not engage those going in any way--when the moment is so critical.
I suppose it's good ANY TIME people are out there offering hope and help--as it's needed 52 weeks a year.
Some do and some do not. I thank God anytime there is a baby saved.
Great Sermon! At UN sponsored "Year of the Woman"--which was my formal introduction to feminism and "pro-choice"--(I was @ 15), where bus loads if us public school kids with malleable minds were bused in for "social studies" classes, Betty Ford was there. Betty, a Republican, gave a speech promoting the ERA.
Today, I have saved out of all I have been indoctrinated into.
I am pro-life from conception to natural death. I won't as much as take a flu shot (for many reasons)--uppermost, that it may contain diploid cells from aborted babies. That bothers me greatly.
With many Republicans, I can't see a scintilla of difference on the social issues from hardcore leftist Democrats. I have to remind myself daily that God is sovereign over all of this and thank Him for pulling me out of this.
Great Sermon! Thanks for another truth-packed sermon.
Writing to you today, it is 9/20/16. My husband and I drove by an accident scene on the Ohio turnpike yesterday I will never forget.
A motorcyclist had just been killed @ 10 minutes prior, and his body was covered with a white blanket. The state highway patrol and EMS were somberly handling the situation. My husband and I prayed in the car. For the man, his family, friends, colleagues and all those men on the turnpike for their strength and solace doing such difficult work.
As Christians, we were reminded of the fragility of life, how it's just a vapor. These are turbulent times, indeed. I try to keep up, but not let it overwhelm me. I read in the last 24 hours 2 things that really bothered me:
1). Daddy Bush is voting for Hillary Clinton
2). Catholic university Notre Dame is hosting Supreme Court justice
Ruth Bader Ginsberg for a speaking engagement.
What's wrong with this world? I went shopping at a cosmetics store and could not get help to buy one simple thing. Why? The clerk was helping 2 grown men select their cosmetics! I listen to SermonAudio so much these days in this upside side down world. God bless.
Waking up-Looking at the Sky like you I read this in one of my news sites:
So vile and evil. I am ready for Jesus' return. Anytime now.
Great Sermon! I loved it when the pastor said (paraphrasing): isn't it great (freeing) when we're not so eaten up with self?
It's so true. The things I used to care so much about, the right clothes, the right car, the right education--no longer mean a thing to me. What's important is that He took a once suicidal woman, dragged her out of the slimey muck and mire, and saved her!!!
That was me @ 8 years ago. Everything's different now.