Sunday, December 26, 2004Man! pregnancies sure aren't what they use to be!!!
You won't see me blog about abortion often. Why? Because the whole thing drives me crazy. For example, you remember that guy who went around shooting abortion doctors a few years ago? Well, though I knew that such a response was wrong (vengeance is the Lord's, not man's), I could so understand his reasoning and felt a large sense of sympathy for him. Some of you may think this to be "extreme" but consider this: if you saw a man chopping up a living, breathing, 5-day-old baby with medical tools, would you not be horrified? Would you not feel justified to take the monster out?
In my country, we can hack and infant out of his/her mother's womb at any point during her pregnancy.
Anyway, I read this article, that appeared on the CBC news. Here are some excerpts of the abomination that just took place in one of my country's provinces:
"Manitoba violated the rights of two women who paid for private abortions, a court in the province has ruled, opening up the possibility that others who paid for private medical procedures could sue for compensation."
"A Court of Queen's Bench judge ruled on Thursday that the province's funding system violated Canada's Charter of Rights and Freedoms because the women felt they had to pay for a medically necessary procedure."
"The women had each tried to get an abortion in a publicly funded facility, but faced significant delays that they felt would pose medical and psychological risks. Instead, they paid fees to have the procedures at a private clinic."
None of this really surprises me. My country has gone so far down the tubes in a spiritual sense, that it takes a whole lot to get me truly surprised at its wickedness. But one thing did catch my eye in this article; it's in the third paragraph. Did you spot it?
The women "felt" that not having a quick abortion would "pose medical and psychological risks". I would find this phrase quite hilarious, if we weren't talking about something so macabre. My first gripe is, how did these ladies "self-diagnose" themselves as being proned to "medical risks". You did catch that right? No doctor told them they were under "medical risk", "they felt" they were.
My second gripe is this "psychological risk" thing. We all know what we are talking about here; these ladies weren't afraid of becoming schizophrenic, or suffering some other kind of mental illness. They were afraid of guilt. That's right guilt. If too much time went by, maybe someone would have noticed a belly appearing, or worse still, maybe the ladies themselves would have felt the little one moving inside her; then, there would be no denying the wicked murder they were planning to commit.
Guilt is not a psychological problem; it is a natural reaction to wickedness and iniquity. The fact that our wicked courts has vindicated these women's "rights" to murder their infants, and the fact that they got their quick abortions to side-step the guilt of their sin, in the end, really doesn't change much though. The blood of their innocent children cries out to God, and, save the grace of God alone, they will have their day in the hands of a very angry God.
Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap. (Galatians 6: 7)
"For we know him that hath said, Vengeance belongeth unto me, I will recompense, saith the Lord. And again, The Lord shall judge his people. It is a fearful thing to fall into the hands of the living God." (Hebrews 10: 30-31)