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Monday, January 14, 2013

Is the March for Life on Your Calendar?

If not, why not? Will you spiritually march if you can't physically march? The murder of the innocent is the compelling issue of our age. We kill babies in the womb; we destroy embryonic children in the laboratory; we starve and dehydrate the sick and elderly. The culture of death shakes its fist at the God of Life! How will you respond?

Because of the inauguration, this year's March takes place on Friday, January 25th, three days after the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade. Join physically if you can, spiritually if you are too far away or too incapacitated to march. Prayer and action are the two beams that make up the cross. March for the little ones who can't march for themselves. Speak for the babies who have no voice but yours. Pray and work every day of the year for an end to abortion.

And if you voted for Obama and come to the March without repenting and confessing, you are a liar and hypocrite and had just as well stay home. A house divided against itself cannot stand. You cannot serve both God and Mammon.


  1. Thank you, Mary Ann!
    Especially for the last paragraph!
    God bless!

  2. The year Kerry ran a friend of mine took a sign to the March that read, "If you voted for John Kerry, go home." I can't tell you how many people came up to argue with her. There are so many people out there who put the Democratic party above God himself. Some of them are in my own extended family, I'm sad to say. But they would never attend the March even though they claim they aren't pro-abortion. They're "pro-choice." Talk about living in a dream world of "Let's pretend choosing has nothing to do with the thing chosen."

  3. Some people just have their heads screwed on backwards. How on earth can someone claim to be pro life and vote for a man who would not even protect a child who survived abortion and who thinks it is just great that men use their anus for sexual relations and marry. Sorry for the graphics, but someone has to be honest and say it.