Please. Refrain from taking another selfie. Press pause on that makeup tutorial. Stop obsessing over self and get on your knees before God.

Everyone is getting offended. We have become too politically correct. In our attempt to become relevant we are silenced, mute and powerless. We are irrelevant to God.

We are the Church. If we look exactly the same as the world, then are we really Christians? 🤷🏻‍♀️ Do we really know Christ and live according to His word? Or are we asleep, in a trance, mindlessly pursuing the delights of the world – money, power and sensual pleasures. We are more concerned with how our trash is recycled than we are for the innocent who are dying and exterminated.

We are in the midst of the biggest genocide in history, more babies have been killed in abortion (infanticide) than all the world wars put together. Does anybody care? Will you stand up and defend the defenceless? Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves?

Please, don’t buy another ticket to a conference to be entertained. To learn how to be a Christ-follower. Read your Bible for it lays it out straight how we should live. Stop caring about being a famous preacher, entrepreneur or the next overnight sensation. Enough with the tea parties and fashion parades disguised as Evangelical Christianity.

Following Jesus isn’t a trendy lifestyle choice. It comes at a cost. Let’s pick up our cross and carry it, carry the burden and weight of standing up for what is right.

Being given a chance to live is a human right. A right we all are called to fight, petition and pray for, even when we are persecuted, thrown in prison, sworn at, ridiculed, UNFOLLOWED and UNFRIENDED.

What if you were a babe in the womb and your mother decided to take your life because you were an interruption, inconvenience, imperfect, impossible to raise? We got a fair chance at life. Don’t we owe it to the unborn to let them live?

Please. If you consider yourself a Christian, open your eyes, PRAY and act now! Our collective intercession avails much. Signing petitions overturned laws. Speaking out changes mindsets. Supporting expecting mothers, telling them “Mama, you CAN do this! In Christ, you CAN do all things!” saves lives.

Explain that life in the womb is a miracle and how valuable her developing baby is. Encourage her to get an ultrasound and see there is life, a heartbeat, teeny tiny toes and fingers ❤️ Don’t be afraid to give full disclosure of the abortion procedure, that in many cases a doctor will decapitate and dismember the baby whilst alive, ripping it out with tongs limb by limb. (I’m not even apologetic about this graphic description – I’m telling it how it is). At least she will be fully aware of the impact of her choice.

We will all face our Maker one day when we die. What will He say to you and I regarding our time on earth?

“Well done for your highlight reel”
“Well done for a beautifully furnished house”
“Well done for gaining followers”
“Well done for living a comfortable life”

Or “Well done good and faithful servant…”

Kris Vallotton from Bethel Church said: “Sometimes you have to step out of the crowd and become politically incorrect to make history. 50 years from now those who are called fanatics will be remembered as heroes. Just ask, Abe Lincoln, Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King! It’s time to give a voice to the silent scream.”

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This day I call the heavens and the earth as witnesses against you that I have set before you life and death, blessings and curses. Now choose life, so that you and your children may live and that you may love the Lord your God, listen to his voice, and hold fast to him. (Deuteronomy 30:19-20 NLT)

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#chooselife #prolife #letthemlive #sorrynotsorry#praydailyforbabiesandmothers

Photo: little me, about 4 years old, not long after being adopted from South Korea by an Australian family. I was unwanted but my mother gave me a chance at life and here I am today ❤️

 

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