In her latest mission to convince women to kill their own babies – Kamala Harris has turned to “faith leaders” to help promote abortion.
Hoping those in the faith community will take the “empowering” message of abortion to their congregations, Harris had a few choice words for pastors across the nation.
And once you hear how she described the brutal act of abortion while asking pastors to support it – you’re bound to be horrified.
Harris spoke at the National Baptist Convention in Houston, Texas to a group of over 2,000 pastors.
She tried to reference her upbringing as a Baptist to give credence as to what she was about to say.
Not missing a beat, Harris described how important it is to fight the “darkness” of abortion restrictions in Texas with the “light” of allowing abortion to continue without limitation.
The Houston Chronicle reported:
“As so many of us did, I learned in the Bible of the many teachings of the ever-present tension between darkness and light,” she said. “And I learned in these moments how important it is to recognize the power of faith.”
A slew of American principles are under attack, Harris said, pointing to the sovereignty of democratic nations abroad, the peaceful transition of power in America, the freedom of voters to decide elections, women’s freedom to “make decisions about their own future,” and what constitutes the truth.
“These ideals now hang in the balance,” Harris said. “And in this moment, then, we count on the strength and conviction of our faith leaders to help lead us forward.”
We’ve reached a day in our country where the Vice President of the United States claims that allowing more abortion would be a “light” – as opposed to the “darkness” of putting abortion restrictions in place and saving the lives of babies.
As if that wasn’t horrific enough, she actually called upon faith leaders to go back to their churches and help spread the message of abortion and “lead America forward.”
Now we see the importance of reading Scripture – which states:
“Woe to those who call evil good and good evil, who put darkness for light and light for darkness, who put bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter!” Isaiah 5:20
There is nothing wholesome about ripping an unborn baby from its mother’s womb, and not only ending a beating heart, but psychologically (and often physically) damaging the woman as well.
But, sadly, this isn’t the first time Harris has used her platform to advocate for the slaughter of the unborn.
She continues to publicly speak out and use her alleged faith to claim that “religious” Americans can support abortion.
Of course, we know abortion blatantly goes against Scripture and the character of God.
Other politicians like Speaker Nancy Pelosi and President Joe Biden have not only promoted abortion – but have also used their faith to back it up.
Pelosi claims to be a practicing Catholic and has long stated that God gives us a “free will” to choose.
The Catholic Church believes life begins at conception and has denied Pelosi communion since she refuses to stop using her Catholic background to promote abortion – even after being warned by Catholic leaders to do so.
Most recently, Pelosi spoke at a “reproductive health roundtable discussion” stating that it was “sinful” to try and restrict abortion.
And of course, Biden has consistently carried out his abortion crusade as President just as he promised he would on the campaign trail.
It’s one thing when a person wrongly promotes abortion and calls it “good” – but it’s even worse when they do it in Jesus’ name.
Let’s pray the Lord will convict the hearts of those who attempt to lead His people astray.
In addition, let’s pray that faith leaders will continue to stand for the truth and speak to their congregations that abortion is contrary to God’s Word and an evil act that must be stopped.
What are your thoughts on Kamala Harris referring to abortion as “light” and abortion restrictions as “dark”?
How do you think faith leaders should respond to her?
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“For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life. For God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world, but in order that the world might be saved through him.” – John 3:16-17
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