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Remembering 9/11

September 11th, 2001 was certainly a terrible tragedy.  I remember exactly where I was when the planes hit: I was sitting at a computer in my middle school's science lab.  I left school early and I remember as I was leaving seeing not a single plane in the sky.

...But you know what I should really remember about that day?  That approximately 3,000 babies were brutally murdered in the United States having their skulls crushed with pliers or their bodies slowly dissolved in saline solutions.

Approximately one million babies are murdered under cover of "law" in the United States each year.  3,000 x 365 = ~1,000,000.

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7 comments :

  1. As I posted on my blog - each life matters - it matters to God and it should matter to us.

    Whether 9/11/01 or 12/15/09 it matters.

    We grieve for a day, then its back to business as usual. We focus on the hype and fail to see the dying all around us. The aborted babies, the elderly, the martyred. Too many dying in their sin, without hope, without love, without God.

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  2. The Lord has often brought to my mind 'why do you expect the unrepentant/un-reborn to act as if they were?' The horrible things that take place here in our own country, not to mention around the globe, is a direct reflection of this. The problem is not solved by 'telling' people how to behave or how to live moral lives. Believing so just spotlights the failure as 'WE', the body of Christ Jesus, have forsaken our true mission and replaced it with social issues and debates.
    Our job is to be the 2nd credible witness to the 1st witness, God's Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit moves to confront and convict sinners...yet we decry legal issues and governing policy instead of agreeing with Him. On the testimony of 2 or more credible witnesses is a man to believe. I pray it is not too late for us to do our jobs, lest the time of the gentiles closes and we are found incompetent by our God and our King.

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  3. Who is this who comes from Edom, from the city of Bozrah, with His clothing stained red? Who is this in royal robes, marching in His great strength? "It is I, the LORD, announcing your salvation! It is I, the LORD, who has the power to save!" Why are Your clothes so red, as if You have been treading out grapes? "I have been treading the winepress alone; no one was there to help Me. In My anger I have trampled My enemies as if they were grapes. In My fury I have trampled My foes. Their blood has stained My clothes. For the time has come for Me to avenge My people, to ransom them from their oppressors. I was amazed to see that no one intervened to help the oppressed. So I Myself stepped in to save them with My strong arm, and My wrath sustained Me. I crushed the nations in My anger and made them stagger and fall to the ground, spilling their blood upon the earth."
    Isa 63:1-6

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  4. Excellent thoughts. It is amazing to me how many Christians want to talk about the fallen state of things and their hope in politics and legislation. Rather we should be broken over the broken and work to repair the breaches in the walls. When hearts are changed, change happens.

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  5. Amen Cuz!
    An excellent example today at the ministry I work for. A young woman came and sat in on my morning orientation for new guests signing up for the food pantry. She had not come for food but sat down and went through my long winded explanation of how things work anyway.
    Part of my little speech deals with prayer and why we are there. I tell people that if they need someone to pray 'for' them...we are here. If they need someone to stand in agreement with them as they pray...we are here...but! I encourage each person to pray themselves. I used an analogy parents can relate to...how do you feel when your kids clam up and wont speak to you? When they are angry at something you have said or done, most likely out of love and a need to protect them...but how does it make you feel? This is exactly how our heavenly Father feels when we do that to Him. He wants to help, He wants to comfort...but it all depends on us and our attitude toward Him.
    Well, this young lady's mouth fell open and she began weeping. Steve ran some tissue out to her and over the next few minutes of my yakkin the tears still fell but a smile began to form.
    It turns out that she is a preacher's daughter who had some experience affect her so she grew angry with God and turned her back on him. That changed today, Praise GOD! Without me being really aware of it, I had somehow got it right for once. She said the Holy Spirit spoke to her of her anger as I was speaking in agreement with Him. Ollie gave her a new Bible and she now has a wonderful spring to her step.
    I would love to take credit for this, but the credit is not mine to have. I did nothing more than ramble on for a few minutes, lifting our Lord Jesus up as He drew her to Himself.
    What she probably doesn't know, is how much we too were blessed today.
    Time is running out. Life is getting harder by the moment. the 'world' is angry with us and with God. Now THIS is what I call excitement! :)

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  6. Find a lie from the pit of hell. Smash it in the mouth. Send it back to hell. Cool fighting. Blessings - Greg

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