Monday, January 14, 2008

Lets save lives..act now people

so i am sitting here at ohio state, contemplating what had happened last saturday, as i enter the US Bank arena in cincinnati ohio a great sense of warmness fills my very being, as i stood there asking GOD to fill me with his holy spirit, in awe with his majesty, blessed to be a part of a family of believers that never gets tired of praising the GOD who is worthy to recieve all the praises and glory, The CALL is basically a movement that respond to the call of JESUS to value LIFE, a life that has been shattered with those selfish people who knew for a fact that it is such a heinous crime,

If you are asking why we gathered in cincinnati? Why not in columbus?

here's why

Cincinnati was where the Underground Railroad brought them to safety. Cincinnati was the place where a new breed of abolition preachers fanned through the nation shaking the ideologies of slavery. Cincinnati is where the slave trade of pornography was completely banned for 20 years just in recent history. Cincinnati is the place where the right-to-life movement began in America. And Cincinnati is where a profound adoption movement is being raised up to care for every unwanted child and every unborn child. The true heir to the civil rights movement is not homosexual liberties, but freedom for the unborn and the pregnant mother, and the Underground Railroad for the great injustice of abortion is adoption.

As Abraham Lincoln said in his second inaugural address:

Fondly do we hope, fervently do we pray, that this mighty scourge of war may speedily pass away. Yet, if God wills that it continue . . . until every drop of blood drawn with the lash shall be paid by another drawn with the sword, as was said three thousand years ago, so still it must be said “the judgments of the Lord are true and righteous altogether.” Oh, America, we are in a crisis! If 600,000 men died in the battlefields of the Civil War—both north and south, black and white—for the shed blood of the slaves, then what will it mean to America—black and white and north and south—if God brings a day of reckoning for the shed blood of 50 million babies?

This is not a Democrat and Republican issue;

this is a day of survival for a nation. Hear the trumpet alarm! Let a cry for mercy arise in Ohio. Let us stand in this little piece of real estate and plead a better blood. Let us release a new abolition movement—a generation of new preachers, movie writers, and musicians—to assail this covenant with death. And may a new Underground Railroad spring up from the hearts of the church, crying, “Give us your babies!”

I believe TheCall Ohio could be a defining moment for America. “I looked for a man to stand in the gap. ”

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