Saturday, May 12, 2012

"GOD SAYS I'M A PERSON, WHY DON'T YOU BELIEVE HIM?"

Good Morning to All!
Before I get into my post, I want to apologize for not getting this post out last night. I tried for two hours to get it posted but for some reason for the last few weeks it has been contrary and wouldn't allow me to post images, and still won't. I have to "publish the post first, then go back in and edit for my pictures. If anyone has an idea of what may be wrong, please let me know so it can be corrected. OK. enough whining, I'm going to publish, and edit for images. Then, on with my post.

(13) For You formed my inward parts; You covered me in my mother's womb, (14) I will praise You, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made; Marvelous are Your works, And that my soul knows very well.

(15) My frame was not hidden from You, When I was made in secret, And skillfully wrought in the lowest parts of the earth. (16) Your eyes saw my substance, being yet unformed. and in Your book they all were written, The days fashioned for me, When as yet there were none of them.

(23) Search me, O God, and know my heart; Try me, and know my anxieties; (24) And see if there is any wicked way in me, And lead me in the way everlasting.
Psalm 139:13-16, 23-24 NKJV

And the debate rages on. What debate you may ask? When does life begin? People cannot seem to agree whether an embryo is a baby or a "blob of tissue". Yes, to me that description is offensive, but that is what a lot of people think of that precious "seedling" of life.

In my eyes, if a person believes in God and His creation, then how can they not believe that the embryo or fetus is a baby? That to me makes no sense. When someone plants a seed in the ground, do they call it by it's name ( onion, strawberry etc) or do they just say, I'm growing a seed? To me the same applies. When someone is pregnant, do they say I'm having an embryo, no, they say I'm having a baby. This means they KNOW what it is, and to desensitize themselves from the responsibility they don't want to make it a human, which it clearly is according to God's Word.

The Bible makes it quite clear that within the womb is human life and that God is knitting together every cell, and planning a future for each person he creates. For god, life begins at conception, and so does his interaction with us.

I know there is a scripture in the Bible that tells us that God knew us from our mother's womb, and I have read several that refers to that idea, but I for some reason thought there waws a specific scripture that actually said that. Anyway, I will rely on some of my wonderful readers or Pastor Followers to "enlighten me" if you will. My eyes are going cross-eyed from so much reading of small print.

I know there are people maybe even some of my readers who are "pro-choice", and I am not trying to strike up a debate, but I just wanted you to know what God's Word says about about it.

King David wrote this particular psalm. He had lost his baby and valued life. He
Good Evening to All!sought God with his whole heart, searching and seeking God's face. God knows us the best, and can search our hearts and minds because of the fact that He, himself, formed them.

he saw us in our earliest stage of life, the embryo, and continued to build on that. He never considered us less than human, or a worthless blob.

God wants us to trust that we are exactly the way he wanted us to be, down to our little toenails.

Too many women are looking at this from the perspective that it is "their body" to do with as they see fit. Well, the way I look at it is that while "their body" is their own, the life inside of "their body" should have a right to do what it wants as well, which is to live. In all actuality, their body is not their's to do with as they please. It is God's. He created it. He breathed His breath into it to give it life. He should be the only one allowed to do with it as He sees fit. We are just borrowing these "shells" for our time here on earth. I understand that a woman can become overwhelmed with emotions, or with problems in her life, but that is when God can truly make a difference. Rather than taking that baby's life into their hands they ought to go to God first and ask Him what to do. If they give Him a chance He will answer.

I know I got on a soapbox, but this is something I feel very passionate about because I have been unable to ever have children, and to think about women just throwing that life inside them away, really hurts me.


Good Night to All and May God Bless,

2 comments:

Frank Blasi said...

Those images are distressing to look at - What mystifies me is how a well educated person can take up a career at an abortion clinic, and work there without a twinge of conscience.
Along with the successful births of three living daughters, my wife also had two miscarriages, medically known as spontanious abortion. The first time it happened, we both attended the baby's funeral at a normal cemetery - for we believed in its resurrection. But when we attended our housegroup, my memory of holding that tiny coffin in my hands prior to burial caused me to "flip my lid" during the meeting, and I had to be calmed down by the group leader and a couple of members.
It was from this experience that we learned first hand of the sovereignty of God and that he is in control.
The second miscarriage happened not long after conception, and the hospital did not consider a formal burial as with the first.
Tied in with this, I know three couples whose first child was stillborn (making three deaths between them).
Selective abortion (i.e. by choice) is actually murder, and this also reflects the culture we live in, particularly in our schools and colleges where Darwinism is drummed into the students as part of the science curriculum, convincing them that since we are nothing more than a chance accumilation of molecules, we can behave and mate freely just like all other animals without the need of Judeo-Christian instructions.

Frank Blasi said...

Dear PJ,
I hope you had a wonderful vacation and have returned home refreshed.
I'm sorry to read that you will be refraining from further blogging due to an internet bill. I always enjoy reading your articles.
But what you have commented on I find disturbing. Here in the UK it is illegal for any company to deceive the customer when it comes to billing. In other words, if a company says that your data storage is unlimited, then to say otherwise after signing the contract is deception, and the company can be taken to Court, providing that you as a customer have the printed promise that the data capacity is free and unlimited before signing up.
Blogger.com is a free website. But my server is Virgin Media. To it I pay on a monthly basis, which covers the TV channels, the landline phone and the broadband Internet including Security. Both the hours of TV and the internet are used without limit. Only with the phone does the price go up with every call made.
It may be all different over there in the USA with different servers, installation and billing systems.
But one thing I'm aware of, that is a company must tell you what their limits are and fully explain the terms of contract before you choose to sign up with them.
God bless,
Frank.

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