I used to get angry over abortion. Very much so. Now, I feel sad. Very sad. To the point of crying sad. We’re dooming souls to Hell. And that’s not what we should be about. Roe is dead. Now, please, can we Christians turn back to God and to saving souls?
What do you think? Will Christians want to carry guns in Heaven? I kind of wonder, will some Christians want guns in Heaven, whether they carry them or not. But given the just announced Supreme Court decision making it harder to restrict the “right to carry” that’s allegedly in the U.S. Constitution, let’s stick with carrying guns in Heaven.
Let’s have a contest. The First Amendment versus the Greatest Commandment. Which is more important to Christians? Let me rephrase that. Which should be more important? It’s the Greatest Commandment, isn’t it? Or did I miss something?
If Christians make abortion illegal, what have we really done? The article starts off, The Ohio Senate on Wednesday approved controversial legislation banning abortion after a fetal heartbeat is detected. That was almost four years ago. Now, more states have followed them. The Supreme Court, according to leaked documents, is about to overturn Roe v Wade. And my question is becoming more relevant and more critical every day.
Are we the good Samaritan? Or the robber? We are all one or the other. There’s no saying that we’ve never been in the scenario Jesus painted. Because we’re in. Right now. Every. Single. one. of. us. Everyone!
Are we the good Samaritan? Or the robber?
Look at the image. Are we the child? Or are we the person responsible for the man being on the bench?
In other words, are we the Good Samaritan? Or the Robber?
And did you notice the image of the person on the wall?