God has plans for the Unborn – liberty and justice for all.
Should you and I speak up for the defenseless? Must we speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves? Every person with a conscience and a sense of right and wrong is appalled when the weak and vulnerable are attacked, harmed or killed. We know from the youngest age, without having to be taught, that there is a need for intervention and justice when someone is being wronged.
I will speak up for those who can speak for themselves if only to join the chorus of those who seek to come to their aid. Using the same logic, I must speak up for those who cannot speak up for themselves. To do otherwise would be to offend and disobey my God. Yes, I understand many may be offended by my beliefs, but I am more concerned about God’s view of my “religion” if I fail to share God’s point of view. As Creator, he gets the final say in all matters of life and living. He says we must care about the weak and the defenseless.
James paints a picture of true religion: “Religion that is pure and undefiled before God the Father is this: to visit orphans and widows in their affliction, and to keep oneself unstained from the world.” James 1:27
King David made it very clear he understood his origin. He was known before his mother and father laid eyes on him. He said he was designed, and the details of the design were written down. This included the color of his eyes, the shape of his nose, the type of hair he would have and his sandal size. It also included his purpose in God’s plan for redemption. He was to be the great grandfather of Jesus the Messiah.
He believed God made him inside his mother’s womb.
Some want justice only for those who have started breathing air and taking food by mouth. It is especially disturbing that this has global implications in the minds of some who would seek to lead us. When I saw the following on Bernie Sander’s web site, he says he wants JUSTICE FOR ALL. Sadly, he doesn’t seem to view or support justice or “all” the way God does.