And whoso shall receive one such little child in my name receiveth me. But whoso shall offend one of these little ones which believe in me, it were better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and that he were drowned in the depth of the sea. ~ Matthew 18: 5-6

“What we are witnessing is nothing short of an all-out coordinated attack on abortion in America – the choice to murder a human being.” – Dr. Robert Jeffress, First Baptist Church, Dallas.

Check out this short clip of Pastor Jeffress with Lou Dobbs this past Friday…

To emphasize Pastor Jeffress’ comments: ‘God’s own most severe judgments even against his own nation of Israel, were for killing innocent children, offering children to an idol. God hates the sacrifice of children’.

Before getting into Kirsten Gillibrand and her stance on abortion as outlined by Monica Showalter in American Thinker (linked four paragraphs down) a little investigation into Judeo-Christianity, government institution, and who’s right and wrong.

Taking the whole purview in tow, and putting the oft-quoted Thomas Jefferson’s ‘separation of church and state’ into sane perspective, it was to protect citizens from their own government, not the reverse. The statement itself isn’t a restriction on the religious practice of citizens, but rather against the power of the government to promote one religion over another; or for that matter, persecute one over another.

Black-robed Executioners of 60 million innocent babies and counting – The Burger Court of 1973

While the founders didn’t endorse a denomination, they did indeed endorse Judeo-Christianity as one of the twin pillars of western society, along with Greco-Roman reason and law. Lots of colleges, notably Princeton, Harvard and Yale, were birthed with public and private funds, the aim of which was the training of Protestant Christian pastors; that the population would be better trained in morality and thus be better able to self-govern.

The silly idea that ‘separation of church and state’ is to protect government from religious influence (and thus its politicians from criticism on religious grounds) is frankly, idiotic. Our founders not only permitted religious influence on government, they were counting on it. See Benjamin Franklin for instance, 81 years old at the time, here at the Constitutional Convention, July 28, 1787 )

Which brings me to the serious topic at hand involving Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-New York) playing all sanctimonious on We the People in her twisted enterprise of attempting to give Christian credence to killing babies at full term birth.

There are two factors in play. First is that the Left assigns overwhelming power to words rather than deeds; and second is they believe every single person who doesn’t think like them is as hopelessly stupid as an easily-manipulated sheep. As a result, they are quite convinced that they can get Conservatives and/or Christians to do a 180 on slicing an unborn baby to pieces for sale if they only dropped enough of the right buzzwords that they think we want to hear.

Let’s begin with her denomination. Kirsten Gillibrand is listed as ‘Catholic’ in the Senate religiosity list.

Baby fetus development at 20 weeks…

According to the National Council of Catholic Bishops, in a resolution adopted in 1989 (which is still in effect): “No Catholic can responsibly take a ‘pro-choice’ stand when the ‘choice’ involves the taking of innocent human life.”


Not good for Senator Kirsten Gillibrand. Buried securely in the opening paragraph of the Showalter article, Gillibrand declares: “opposing abortion is against Christian faith”.

So she is condemning the faith to which she belongs, as ‘anti-faith’. Either she, or her chosen faith, has no faith. Can’t be both.

Democrats have ‘values’ based on empty and changeable ideas like abortion rights, global warming, save the seals, and so-called tolerance (which is code word for ‘follow our lead’) no matter how many times we change it. And don’t ask questions.

We Christian believers on the other hand, have a solid moral foundation based on the teachings of the Bible and Jesus Christ.

In God’s grand scheme of things, ‘Free Will’ means we have the ability to choose between right and wrong. We have the choice between living a moral life while following God’s laws, or an immoral life living as an agent of Satan.

Jesus – lover of my soul…

Choice doesn’t change what’s right nor what’s wrong. God’s laws are immutable and aren’t changed by any majority vote of polls.

As to her final outcome, the ditzy Senator places herself directly and inarguably on the side of evil with her blasphemous statements. Blasphemy, I would remind everyone, is the one whim from which there is no forgiveness.

And Kirsten Gillibrand isn’t alone. Kamala Harris happens to be another one. Mazie Hirono yet another. The list goes on and on, seemingly endless.

Every Democrat and too many Republicans have engaged in blasphemy as of late concerning the murder of babies and perverted sex. These are referred to as false prophets in the Bible. They worship the false God of power, not God, and try to convince or force others to accede to their evil point of view.

Beware false prophet(s) in sheep’s clothing, speaking with warped minds and forked tongues. Avoid them at all cost.

Woe unto the world because of offences! for it must needs be that offences come; but woe to that man by whom the offence cometh! Wherefore if thy hand or thy foot offend thee, cut them off, and cast them from thee: it is better for thee to enter into life halt or maimed, rather than having two hands or two feet to be cast into everlasting fire. ~ Matthew 18: 7-8


Face of Jesus by Richard Hook

Soli Deo Gloria!