Skip to comments.Planned Parenthood Sets Up 40 Days of Prayer for Abortion
Posted on 04/11/2012 12:02:54 AM PDT by Zakeet
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Perhaps I’d be concerned about this if I knew these “religions” were true prayer warriors, that knew how to shake the threshold of heaven.
Their prayers tend to consist of what Jesus called, “much speaking”, prayer wheels and supplications to “god, whomever she might be”. If they have a few minutes here or there. Perhaps some nice thoughts. They aren’t really concerned with God, or spending time wrapped in His presence or Word, more with “social justice”.
God doesn’t hear children of wrath.
Oh, my dear God...!!! “Clergy” encouraging the DEATH OF INNOCENTS???
End times indeed! :*(
Then God turned, and gave them up to worship the host of heaven; as it is written in the book of the prophets, O ye
house of Israel, have ye offered to me slain beasts and sacrifices by the space of forty years in the wilderness?
43. Yea, ye took up the tabernacle of Moloch, and the star of your god Remphan, figures which ye made to worship them:
and I will carry you away beyond Babylon.
Of course, this is who they're praying to.
The image of Kali (Parvati) in Hinduism is the goddess of slaying evil monsters (the head she is holding is that of a demon - slain) and healing. She is in fact the Hindu goddess to whom mothers pray for "health and healing for their children and during pregnancy."
While some sects worshiped her with human sacrifice that did not include children. The subject is abortion in so-called "Christian" groups.
I Googled “death goddess” and she was one of the images that came up. Why would that be?
They are essentially shaking their evil fists in the face of God. We don’t know His timing, but He will not be mocked.
Answer: Because she together with her husband Shiva (the destroyer) are, in Hindu thought, the ones by whom the world will be destroyed or end. This present age in Hindu thought is the Kali yuga (age) one of a series of universes or ages which expand and contract, the latter through destruction. They last millions of years. This is where the big bang idea came from in western thought, repackaged as evolution in the 1700s and 1800s.
The false religion of Hindism and its idolatry will be judged on the basis of the light of nature without the bible.
The clergy, who have the Bible, know what it says, like Israel will be judged on a higher basis. The evil is that the advocates of this defense of abortion profess to know the bible and to be Christian.
I understand the point you are trying to make. The fact is, however, that what is described in the original article "Christian clergy" so-called is worse than one who is an ignorant idolater without the Bible.
The people defending this - Know better.
The Thuggees worshipped Kali, and murdered incredible numbers of innocent people in her name. That’s where we get the word ‘Thug’.
Moloch is a better fit for the God of the abortionists than Kali, but Kali is hardly Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
The churches mentioned include a synagogue - which have the Old Testament, an anti-Trinitarian, Unitarian cult which has the Bible, and basically a Methodist group _ whom John Wesley would vomit up. All of them have the Bible, claim to have studied it and know better.
Molech who is male, the sun god, is a better fit. Antichrist is a better fit.
My point is and was: If we are going to fight these evils we need to be as accurate as possible or we will work our own failure.
I am not defending Kali, but the image does not fit here, nor serve the cause for which it is intended.
The Hindu in the day of judgment will say: "I had only the creation as a book, you had the Bible." Both are responsible, but judgment begins with the house of God
I would call their action blasphemy toward GOD.
“dear Lord, please let us kill our children.”
I don’t think that is going to work out well.
The children of Satan walk among us...
Satan is very busy. This is one of the most perverted actions I have ever read. Truly sick, evil actions.
Where’s the satire tag?
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