A Most Important Letter From Hal Lindsey To America

October 5, 2018

It is almost impossible to overstate the importance of the crossroads at which we stand today in America.

The unexpected election of Donald Trump forced into open view the truth about the “fundamental change” that has occurred in our nation during the last few years. It revealed unacknowledged corruption in our government’s institutions that has shaken the confidence of many Americans.

In the same way, the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court has exposed the extreme threat the Left poses to the core values of our republic.

None of us doubted that the Left would fight tooth and nail to defeat anyone who might pose a perceived threat to our national orgy: the unrestrained practice of killing our unborn — or almost born — at whim. Most Americans, even if not practicing Judeo-Christians, still have within themselves an uncomfortable sense that something is not right about this national disgrace. After all, the “lawful” murder of 152 absolutely innocent persons per hour per day per week per month per year cannot be swept under the cosmic rug forever.

Deep within most Americans, the disconcerting thought lurks that, at some point, God Himself is going to say, “Enough is enough!”

But I think few of us realized exactly how much the Left is willing to sacrifice to preserve that national sin.

Everything.

One of the defining principles of our nation — one that is almost innate within the psyche of Americans — is the idea that each of us is “innocent until proven guilty” of any accusation. We all grew up knowing that, when the stakes were high, at least we had the protection of that fundamental assumption.

We knew that in matters great or small, the onus of proof was on the accuser. (Unless the accuser was Mom. She didn’t actually need proof, she somehow just knew.)

In fact, it has been a main pillar of jurisprudence in America for centuries, and millennia in previous societies.

Yet the main bludgeon in the final battle against Kavanaugh’s nomination has been an attempt to pervert that principle. The Left is so desperate to win that it has chosen to sacrifice that hallowed right on the altar of expediency.

The Democratic Party, the mainstream media, academia, entertainment, and a disappointing number of “establishment” organizations (even churches) apparently all agree that “guilt by accusation” is the new, acceptable standard. And that the concept of a “statute of limitations” is unnecessary.

I don’t need to tell you how explosively dangerous both of those ideas are. Normal Americans understand the frightening possibilities this quicksand represents. Those on the Left know, too, that’s why their reckless willingness to discard them is so disturbing.

“Guilt by accusation alone” was the foundation on which The Inquisition, the Salem witch trials, and the Reign of Terror were perpetrated. (Also, the practice that the accused defend himself before he heard the accusation. The Senate Judiciary Committee’s minority members — the Democrats — insisted that Judge Kavanaugh testify in his defense before Dr. Ford presented her accusations. The Committee Chairman refused.)

As I write this, I feel vaguely like we are Christian in the Slough of Despond (The Pilgrim’s Progress). It is, indeed, a dangerous place that can claim our lives if someone does not happen by to help us reach the other side.

In this case, I believe that “someone” is God and He has already happened by to help us. He has helped us by providing a spotlight to expose the dangerous bog into which our nation has wandered. And the helpful hand that is extended to us is the recognition that we, as citizens, have the power to pull ourselves out of this immediate threat before it is too late.

We have the means to reject the wiles and ploys of those who are willing to subvert our rights and liberties to hold on to the power to which they feel entitled.

That means is the ballot box. Our power is the vote.

We are just over a month from the mid-term general elections. As I always do, I encourage you to study the platforms and policies of the candidates in your state and your district. Compare them to the principles taught in the Bible.

Then vote the Bible. And vote your conscience.

Once again, I cannot overstate the importance of this moment in our history. If we are to continue to realize God’s blessings on our nation, we must get serious about rejecting the slide into nihilism. We must get serious about restoring to preeminence the moral foundations on which our nation was built.

We must get serious about seeking God’s forgiveness for our national failures and working to restore our national values.

Our second President, John Adams once observed, “Avarice, ambition, revenge and licentiousness would break the strongest cords of our Constitution, as a whale goes through a net. Our Constitution was made wholly for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.”

America was not designed to operate in the chaos of backstabbing, greed, and rage. But since our nation has been systematically eliminating God from our institutions and culture, we no longer have the moral compass to sustain the greatness that our heritage allowed us to achieve.

Pray for America. We are at a moment of great crisis.

And greater danger.

Don’t miss this week’s Report on TBN, Daystar, CPM Network, various local stations, www.hallindsey.com or www.hischannel.com. Please check your local listings.

God Bless,

Hal Lindsey

More Depopulation Strategies: Hospital For Children in Canada Has Now Become Another Auschwitz

Anyone who knows me or reads my articles, also knows that I am not a Catholic. But I must say that for many years I have had much respect for the Catholics in the Pro-Life movement. The movement is often led by Catholic institutions. I still maintain that Catholicism is not a denomination of true Christianity.  We are saved by Grace through faith:

“For by grace you have been saved through faith, and that not of yourselves; it isthe gift of God, not of works, lest anyone should boast” (Ephesians 2:8-9).

Catholicism teaches that we must work our way to heaven.  We know that is impossible.  We trust the Word of God as Absolute Truth.

“Hospital for Sick Kids”

Hospital for “Sick Kids” in Toronto is systematically euthanizing children under 18 years old – many times without the consent of parents. The parents are told after the child is deceased.

And it is not just physically sick children who are being put to death.  Children with psychological disturbances are candidates for euthanasia.

Brethren, should we be surprised at this?  I am sickened – yes – but not surprised.

According to the Left, abortion is now something of which to shout and celebrate.  I’m sure my readers are aware that the whole Brett Kavanaugh debacle is over keeping Roe Vs. Wade and abortion on demand legal.

How sick.

Because this world is filled with God-haters, these people have absolutely no regard for human life.  I wonder though if one of these crazed Liberals was told that they were going to be euthanized for some reason – how would they react then? I highly doubt that they would willingly outstretch their arm for the toxic needle.

From catholicregister.org

Assisted suicide plans for children unveiled at Toronto’s Sick Kids hospital

TORONTO – In a prestigious medical journal, doctors from Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children have laid out policies and procedures for administering medically assisted death to children, including scenarios where the parents would not be informed until after the child dies.

he article appears just three months before the Canadian Council of Academies is due to report to Parliament on the medical consensus about extending voluntary euthanasia in circumstances currently forbidden by law. The Canadian Council of Academies is specifically looking at extending so-called assisted dying to patients under 18, psychiatric patients and patients who have expressed a preference for euthanasia before they were rendered incapable by Alzheimer’s or some other disease.

The Sept. 21 paper written by Sick Kids doctors, administrators and ethicists was published in the British Medical Journal’s J Med Ethics and backed by the University of Toronto’s Joint Centre for Bioethics.

In a flowchart that outlines how a medically induced death would occur at Sick Kids, authors Carey DeMichelis, Randi Zlotnik Shaul and Adam Rapoport do not mention conversation with family or parents about how the child dies until after the death occurs in the “reflection period.”

Patient confidentiality governs the decision about whether or not to include parents in a decision about an assisted death, the authors said. If capable minors under the age of 18 stipulate they don’t want their parents involved, doctors and nurses must respect the patients’ wishes.

“Usually, the family is intimately involved in this (end-of-life) decision-making process,” they write. “If, however, a capable patient explicitly indicates that they do not want their family members involved in their decision-making, although health care providers may encourage the patient to reconsider and involve their family, ultimately the wishes of capable patients with respect to confidentiality must be respected.”

The proposed policy for Sick Kids argues that there is no meaningful ethical distinction between a patient choosing to refuse burdensome treatment and accepting an inevitable death versus patients who choose to die by chemical injection before the disease brings on death. Legally, Ontario does not require parents to be involved in a capable minor’s decision to refuse further treatment, therefore there is no legal reason to require parent involvement in an assisted death, according to the Sick Kids policy.

Bioethicist Bridget Campion said she is neither surprised nor shocked by the article.

“The fact is medical assistance in dying is now legal. And it’s legal in many places around the world,” said the researcher, lecturer and writer with the Canadian Catholic Bioethics Institute. “Now that it is legal, many practitioners are saying, ‘How do we do this?’ I’m not surprised at all.”

Opponents of assisted suicide are concentrating their efforts on a fight for conscience protections, she said, both for individual clinicians and for religious health care institutions.

“It’s a tough thing to know what to do next under the circumstances. This is now legal,” she said. “In my opinion, if we are committed to building a culture of life, forget the legislation. That ship has sailed. There are some things that we absolutely must make sure stay in place – that there can be Catholic health care, that there can be conscientious objection. But, to me, the biggest thing is, ‘OK, how do we build a culture of life? How do we build a culture of care?’ If we can do that and make it so that people don’t want medical assistance in dying, then we will have achieved something.”

Like other Catholic bioethicists, Campion finds the assisted suicide argument based on patient rights and autonomy simplistic and overly narrow. But the Sick Kids policy seems to take no account of collective rights or values, as it concentrates on patient autonomy.

“These days, what I’m thinking about is that we tend to think of medicine as a highly private thing – between the patient and the clinician,” she said.

“We have to be thinking about communities of health as well, communities of wellness.” source

Brethren,  this is so satanically evil; I can hardly take it in. The proponents of the killing of these children will one day stand before our Holy God and have to give an account of these horrific deeds.

Pray for the children in this hospital!

How Can I Be Saved?

Shalom b’Yeshua

MARANATHA