by Rick White

Facing the Truth about Abortion
Rick White
Psalm 139

(Psa 139:13-16 NASB) For Thou didst form my inward parts; Thou didst weave me in my mother's womb. {14} I will give thanks to Thee, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made; Wonderful are Thy works, And my soul knows it very well. {15} My frame was not hidden from Thee, When I was made in secret, And skillfully wrought in the depths of the earth. {16} Thine eyes have seen my unformed substance; And in Thy book they were all written, The days that were ordained for me, When as yet there was not one of them.

Introduction: Perhaps not since the controversial issue of slavery ripped America apart at the seams has one subject troubled our country like abortion. It is virtually impossible to pick up a newspaper, a national periodical, or see a television newscast without reading or hearing something about abortion. It has been the hot issue for the past two decades and it is not going away. Not even the President of the United States can sustain a noncommittal stance. It is something that we must deal with - as much as we may not want to.

In fact most have tried to adopt that very posture saying, ''I would not choose to have an abortion, but I'd never force my opinion on another,'' and as they back away from the issue, babies continue to be aborted by the thousands.

James Dobson has declared; ''On the issue of abortion, we are confronted with one of the most terrible evils of all times. The Nazis killed six million Jews and 'Undesirables' during WWII, but we in the United States--the great bastion of liberty and protection for the weak--have now slaughtered more than twenty million innocent babies.

I realize that some would prefer that I not deal with this subject at all. Some, in fact, may have chosen not to be present this morning simply because of the announced subject matter. For some people the subject is just too painful. While many and perhaps most of us walk in this morning and can treat thi ...

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