Apostate Clergy of Ohio thanks God for its abortion providers

According to Christian News Network, a group of apostate United Methodist Episcopal and Jewish clergy gathered outside an abortion facility to bless the facility. As the pictures reveal, they are pro-family, pro-choice, pro-faith. One of the members stated that God’s love is steadfast, and that several religious people tend to forget that. For them, love is about letting people be free to make their own decisions and for them to decide to live the life that they want to live. In the eyes of members of an apostate church, love is about committing abortion without shame or fear. In other words, it is OK for them to kill a fetus or an unborn child and to not regret it. There are a few things that we must make clear about abortion:

Abortion is a Sin
In case there are any skeptics, abortion is murder and murder is a sin.

Jeremiah 29:11 says: “Before you were formed in your mother’s womb, I knew you.”

Before we even begin to become formed in the womb, God knows us. If God knows us, that means that we are life and we carry a spirit.

Abortion brings curses
The sin of abortion can bring other generational curses, such as shame, bitterness, regret, depression, and even suicide. Whether that child was conceived by abuse, rape, incest, etc., that was all a plan coming directly from God.

If you committed an abortion, Christ can set you free!
The Bible gives us a significant amount of evidence as to why abortion is a sin. It has become one of the most dangerous rebellious and seditious acts of this century. The United States has become a nation that tolerates crimes toward God. A lot of those apostate clergy members argue that abortionists will not go to hell. The truth is that they will go to hell unless they repent. If you aborted, Christ can still set you free from that curse in your family through repentace.

It’s time to ask God for forgiveness! There’s a bright future ahead of you!




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