The Heavens Declare the Glory of God, the Firmament the Work of His Hand

The Heavens Declare the Glory of God, the Firmament the Work of His Hand

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Wednesday, July 22, 2015

In what can only be described as a disgusting, monstrous and sacrilegious turn of events, two of the United Methodist Church’s chief administrators have co-authored an article that not only praises abortion but also says that more should be done to PROMOTE the heinous act of child murder.

The article is titled “Clearly More to be Done” and appears on the United Methodist Church’s General Board of Church & Society blog.

Our Book of Discipline (2012) speaks to the official position of the United Methodist Church by stating,;

 “We recognize tragic conflicts of life with life that may justify abortion, and in such cases we support the legal option of abortion under proper medical procedures by certified medical providers” (Social Principles ¶161J)…

 We recognize the significance of marking this day as we continue to face opposition to keeping abortion safe, legal, accessible and rare.

We also recognize that there continue to be many obstacles to reproductive justice, both nationally and internationally… eagle rising.com

Forgetting the Word of God, each man does what is right in his own eyes.!!!..

5 comments:

  1. The UMC continues its downward slide to total apostasy

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    1. The road to hell is paved with good intentions.!!!!!.

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  2. America continues to sacrifice it's children to Molech. And most people have the gall to sing "God bless America" when we should be on our face begging forgiveness. It's not just the pre-born that I speak of, but also the ones that have been thrown under the bus and left for dead to the homosexual crowd, all the while screaming Mommy! Mommy!?????

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    1. First Molech and now SODOM and GOMORRAH - how far we have fallen. I no longer fly the American flag. I am not proud of what my nation has done and continues to do. All in the name of tolerance and love.

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  3. One more reason to avoid denominational/non-denominational churches. We've come to a time when we must shuck man's way of doing 'church' and follow Christ and His word. There is so much wrong with today's church, it looks nothing like the early church at all. Most churches today seek to entertain and tickle the ear, forgetting the soul of sinners and their responsibility to God and His word. Enough already.

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