There is a vital connection between the prophecied apostasy ("falling away") of the end times and the practice of abortion.
2009 IS A MOST CRITICAL YEAR FOR THE RIGHT TO LIFE MOVEMENT. PRESIDENT OBAMA HAD PROMISED THAT THE FIRST THING HE WOULD DO IS TO SIGN THE FREEDOM OF CHOICE ACT (FOCA). IF THIS BILL BECOMES LAW IT WILL DESTROY EVERY EFFORT MADE ON THE STATE LEVEL DURING THE LAST 20 YEARS TO PROVIDE PRO-LIFE CHOICES AND SAFEGUARDS!
YOU CAN DO SOMETHING TO HELP! MORE THAN 700,000 PEOPLE HAVE ALREADY SIGNED THE PETITION TO OPPOSE FOCA. CLICK HERE TO ADD YOUR NAME TO THIS VITAL LIST.
Dec. 21, 2009 - In order to keep the health bill alive, the Senate adopted a compromise on
States would be allowed to decide whether or not abortion could be covered by health plans operating in a new insurance marketplace under the bill. Plans covering abortion would have to collect a separate premium for the procedure, directly paid for by the person buying coverage.
Abortion opponents in the House will probably not believe this compromise is good enough, so it could be a dealbreaker in the final negotiations.
Nov. 21, 2009 - The Manhattan Declaration, a bold new declaration, signed initially by 125 evangelical, Catholic, and Orthodox leaders, calls for Christians to adhere to three primary convictions, even if this requires civil disobedience.
Charles Colson, who helped draft the declaration, said the statement brings Christian leaders together on the issues of abortion, marriage, and religious freedom in the face of growing pressure.
July, 2009 - A new Gallup poll of 1,011 adults reveals that 39 percent of American adults say their "views on political issues" have grown more conservative in recent years, compared to 18 percent who say their views have grown more liberal and 42 percent who say their views have not changed.
The survey complements Gallup data released in June showing that conservatives outnumber liberals by a nearly 2-to-1 margin — 40 percent to 21 percent — when Americans are asked to label their political views. Thirty-five percent call themselves moderates.
On the subject of abortion, 51 percent describe themselves as pro-life - up from the 44 percent who answered the same way in 2004.
June 11, 2009 - In the process of meeting with each Senator, Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor was asked an important question by Senator Jim DeMint.
"When I asked if an unborn child has any rights whatsoever, I was surprised that she said she had never thought about it," he said.
Because of this DeMint questions whether Sotomayor has an "unwavering commitment to the Constitution and equal justice for all Americans."
According to the Washington Times, Sotomayor was a member of the board of directors of a Hispanic group, and a part-time head of its litigation committee, that filed several legal briefs urging support for unlimited abortions.
Mar. 27, 2009 - Randall Terry, the anti-abortion activist,plans a press conference Saturday at the gates of Notre Dame to protest the university's invitation to President Barak Obama to speak at this year's commencement.
The Catholic bishop for the region, Bishop John D'Arcy, already has announced his plans to boycott the president's commencement address.
Jan. 22, 2009 - Even though President Obama has promised to sign the Freedom of Choice Act (FOCA), there are not quite enough votes to ensure passage of the bill, especially in the House of Representatives.
Republicans have taken a stand on the issue. John Boehner of Ohio and 80 Republican colleagues sent Obama a letter asking him to withdraw his promise to sign the bill if it comes to his desk.
Source: The State
Watch this pro-life ad that celebrates Obama's mother's decision not to abort him. More than 200,000 have seen it so far.
Jan. 12, 2009 - Chuck Norris sounds the alarm about incoming President Obama's promise that the first thing he will do as President is to sign the The Freedom of Choice Act, or FOCA. This sweeping bill would abolish all pro-life regulations across the nation, from parental notification laws to bans on federal funding of abortion.
A new nationwide survey revealed that:
Four out of five U.S. adults (82 percent) would limit abortion's legality.
One out of three (38 percent) would limit abortion to rape, incest or to save the mother's life.
One out of three (33 percent) would also limit abortion to either the first three or first six months.
Obama's choice of evangelical pastor Rick Warren to offer the invocation at his inauguration could be a smoke screen to divert the attention of anti-abortion forces until it is too late to take action.
Nov. 7, 2008 -
Dr. Paul Kengor says that all the progress that President Bush gained for the pro-life cause will vanish quickly now that Barack Obama has been elected. Obama was co-sponsor of the Freedom of Choice Act (FOCA), and he said that bill will be the “first thing” he signs as president.
FOCA will nationalize abortion, superseding and overturning abortion restrictions in every state... Or, as the National Organization for Women excitedly proclaims, FOCA would “sweep away hundreds of anti-abortion laws [and] policies.” In one stroke.
The bill wipe out all the fully bipartisan abortion restrictions passed by Democratic and Republican legislatures over the past 35 years.