Has Christmas Become About Life or Death?
I was thinking about Christmas, but I wasn’t thinking about toys and family gatherings. I was thinking about death and the absence of conscience.
I was thinking about this as I studied the numbers on the U.S. Abortion Clock. (See: http://www.numberofabortions.com) As I sat studying the numbers of babies being murdered in real time, I wondered what it could possibly be like in homes where women had just murdered their unborn babies.
Was there joy, sadness, a sense of loss or was there shame and remorse? Worldwide since 1980 there are 1.5 billion babies murdered according to the real time abortion clock. In America alone since Roe vs Wade, the 1973 infamous baby-killing law was codified, 61 million children have been murdered by abortion.
As I sat writing this commentary Saturday evening December 22, at 7:40 PM EDT time, there had been 89,901 babies murdered worldwide on this day alone thus far. This year so far, on this same date and time, there have been nearly 905,000 babies murdered by their mothers in the United States.
The murder of children in my opinion is the final step before completely sliding into the abyss of conscienceless abandon. In my opinion when a people cease to be concerned about the lives of the most innocent and vulnerable persons on earth, said culture is not long for existence.
It is a conundrum, it is a paradox straight from hell itself, to witness commercials begging for money to save dogs, cats, elephants, and even farm animals using claims of the animals being helpless, afraid, tortured, ad nauseum.
This practice is even more diabolical when certain Hollywood women in the commercials have themselves boasted of killing their unborn baby. How do they reconcile their plea for saving an animal and demand the law protect them from penalty when they murder their unborn child simply because they do not want it? How can they claim the owner of an animal must be punished because they supposedly didn’t feed or they beat their animal(s)?
On what level does that compare to a woman having the equivalent of a vacuum cleaner hose shoved inside her, and then having her baby sucked out of her piece by piece? How does not feeding your animals compare to a baby being burned to death with the tacit stamp of approval by its mother in the womb, which should be the safest place in the world for every unborn child?
How does a person go home and hug their child after having murdered as many as 20 babies in one day? If that same person were to do that by randomly killing children in the neighborhood in which they live, they would be called a monster. The cries for their arrest and imprisonment would be heard from every sector. Yet the same person can have an office where they randomly murder unknown babies located in the very neighborhood and even block in which they live and nothing is thought of it.
A doctor bay-killer may even be applauded in their neighborhood for their work recusing animals
These are some of the things I’m thinking about this Christmas. This time it isn’t Herod murdering all male children two years of age and younger in an attempt to kill the Christ Child. Now it is people killing babies for profit, for purposes of systematic extermination of a people and to control the population.
I know this may offend some, but I ask how can we curse Hitler and applaud the evil godless women who head Planned Parenthood?
As I think about Christmas, I think about another paradox. What escapes the licensed baby-killers who are applauded for their satanic work, is that the bible tells us that all of the babies who have been cruelly and inhumanely murdered by these doctors, are in heaven with Jesus Christ. Every baby that they murder going forward will also be in heaven with Christ. But the murderers of these very same babies will have only the spoils of their riches made by killing the unborn, here on earth; because unless they repent, and seek forgiveness through Jesus Christ, they will spend eternity in hell, which brings me to another thought about Christmas.
I envision the babies these people have murdered and permitted to be murdered surrounding Christ in glory. I have no such visions for those who murdered them or those responsible for passing the laws legalizing the killing of children.
About the Author
Mychal S. Massie is an ordained minister who spent 13 years in full-time Christian Ministry. Today he serves as founder and Chairman of the Racial Policy Center (RPC), a think tank he officially founded in September 2015. RPC advocates for a colorblind society. He was founder and president of the non-profit “In His Name Ministries.” He is the former National Chairman of a conservative Capitol Hill think tank; and a former member of the think tank National Center for Public Policy Research. Read entire bio here