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Rescue Those Unjustly Sentenced to Death

July 22, 2009

Written by Angela Michael

Proverbs 24:11-12

“Rescue those unjustly sentenced death; hold back those staggering toward slaughter. If you say, ‘But we knew nothing about this,’ does not He who weighs the heart perceive it? Does not He who guards your life know it? Will He not repay each person according to what He has done?”

The other day our youngest, our baby girl, pointed to one of the graphic brochures which dropped from my pocket. She held it and said, “BABY!” I looked and she pointed to the dismembered and burnt fetus and said, “BABY,” again. I took it from her little hand and said to my husband, “Isn’t it amazing our little one and a half year old recognizes an aborted fetus as a baby? Why can’t our nation? Our communities? The average citizen?”

Isn’t it amazing what can be accomplished when a community comes together and sets its mind on rescuing the innocent? All across our nation television sets were tuned into an incident unfolding in Milwaukee where a little 4 year old boy was trapped in a burning vehicle. Our hearts were ripped with emotion as we watched helplessly. A nation’s eyes were fixed on televisions depicting the car tipped on its side with flames engulfing it as neighbors became rescuers screaming for a knife to cut the little boy, who was now on fire himself, from his seat. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zbdRwR3IpoA

Everyday people became heroes as they broke open widows, ripped seatbelts, and rescued a little boy from a raging fire. WHY? Because the human heart and conscience cannot stand by and watch a baby die. These neighbors got involved; they took risks; they laid their lives down so another may live. They became their brother’s keeper. A life was saved because someone cared.


Now, the same scenario is played out across our nation everyday. Little baby boys and girls are being barbarically burnt, tortured, and ripped apart while alive in their mothers’ wombs behind twenty inches of cinder block and purple doors in Granite City, Illinois, alone. Many of these babies can survive outside the womb if born today. These are late-term babies.

Can you imagine what could happen if a community could come together and rescue these babies, as they did in Milwaukee ? Aren’t these babies deserving of our love? Are we not our little brothers’ and sisters’ keeper?

I just can’t imagine how anyone can continue to stand or drive by and ignore the cries as a baby is trapped in a burning car or as a baby desperately wiggles away from the tip of the abortionist’s cutlery, grasping forceps, and powerful suction hose. My guess is as it has always been: even with the dead churches in our land, if we recognized these children as babies we might have to roll up our sleeves and do something. It might involve work. It might affect our wallets and jobs. We may lose our reputations; we may be uncomfortable.

The heroes in Milwaukee did not shrink back on the day of battle as so many of us do when confronted with the ugly truth of what is happening to little children as we go on with our daily routines. They fought valiantly to save a four year old little boy who was trapped and surrounded by flames. http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,534258,00.html?mrp

 When the death merchants see God’s little army show up day after day chipping away at their corners, eventually they will crumble under the weight of their sin. Look what happened a few weeks ago in Granite City outside Hope abortion mill when Gideon’s little army showed up. Remember the abortion mill staff was pressed against to the windows with looks of shock and awe at the sight of God’s army standing and singing His praises in sweltering temperatures? The workers of iniquity were quaking. Babies were being saved and mothers were turning away from entering these gates and instead turning their hearts to their children.

A few lifesavers made a difference in the lives of a child the other day in Milwaukee . We don’t have to wallow in a sea of depravity and decadence and watch the “hang ringers moral majority” numbers rise.  We too can become heroes and make a difference.    

It is not the evil itself which is horrifying about our times – it is the way we not only tolerate evil, but have made a cult of positively worshipping weakness, depravity, rottenness and evil itself.~George Lincoln Rockwell


            Be encouraged ~Angela

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