Friday, June 4, 2010

Child Killing Center ‘Sacred and Holy Ground’?

By La Shawn Barber  •  June 3, 2010 12:13 PM
The city of Houston boasts the largest regional Planned Parenthood in the nation. The 78,000 square-foot building will serve as headquarters for 35 counties in Texas and Louisiana.
During the opening of the abortion mill, the audience is heard reciting or repeating something about “sacred and holy ground” on this video. Were they praying (to whom?), and if so, were they referring to the center as sacred and holy ground?
According to Life News, Jim Sedlak of STOPP International heard an official say in a news report that the center was “sacred and holy ground.”
They believe, in other words, that an abortion mill that kills unborn babies up to 20 weeks after conception is doing sacred and holy work. Killing babies. Sacred and holy.
sa·cred: devoted or dedicated to a deity or to some religious purpose; consecrated.
ho·ly: specially recognized as or declared sacred by religious use or authority; consecrated: holy ground; dedicated or devoted to the service of god, the church, or religion: a holy man
These pro-aborts are applying religious terms to in utero slaughter. The image below is a representation of an unborn baby at 20 weeks, which the state of Texas is permitted to kill.
These pro-aborts are dedicated and devoted to a “religious” purpose, and to the service of a god. The God of the Bible forbade ancient Israel from sacrificing its children to the pagan god Moloch.
Every day, the same sort of sacrifice occurs. Women kill their babies, because the pregnancy itself and/or the child is inconvenient, or finances are low, or they broke up with the baby’s father, or they’re just not “ready” to have a baby. Who among them ever considered sacrificing themselves by carrying the precious life to term, and giving him to a loving, stable family?
Rather than tolerating a nine-month “inconvenience” to bring life into the world, the mother decides the baby must die. The baby must die, on “sacred and holy ground.”
Sick and profane. It’s a mockery, and there will be an accounting.

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