by Ernest Easley

Speaking Up for the Speechless
Dr. Ernest L. Easley
Proverbs 31.8
January 16, 2011

Now take God's Word and turn with me to Proverbs 31. Here is a chapter of the Bible that's often preached around Mother's Day for beginning in verse 10 the writer begins describing a virtuous wife.
But on this National Right to Life Sunday .. from Proverbs 31.8 .. our focus is not merely on Mothers .. it's on that which makes a woman a mother: babies! And more specifically: unborn babies.
It's here in Proverbs 31.8 we find that God's people have a moral obligation to speak up for the speechless .. and included are the 1.3 million babies that will be murdered in their mother's wombs before the end of the year. America needs champions for life .. Christians that will stand up and speak up on behalf of our nation's tiniest citizens. Proverbs 31.8, "Open your mouth for the speechless, In the cause of all who are appointed to die."
In the last 37 years .. since abortion was legalized in this nation .. we've killed ONE OUT OF THREE babies conceived. The most dangerous place to be in this country has become a mother's womb between conception and birth!
That is 3735 babies killed in their mother's womb every day. There will be 155 babies torn from their mother's womb left to die before this hour is up. Abortion is now the #1 cause of death annually in the United States … more than heart disease and cancer deaths combined!
On December 7, 1941 .. the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor and 1,465 Americans lost their lives that day and we declared war!
Our emotions continue to be stirred over the almost 3000 innocent lives lost on September 11, 2001. As a result … we soon declared war!
And yet .. there are more innocent babies killed EVERY DAY in Abortatoriums across America .. and Planned Parenthood is leading the charge by performing over 324,000 abortions every year. And do you know who is bankrolling them? We are! The American Tax payer.
Our countries leading abo ...

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