Until the Killing Stops

A sister in Christ sent the video to me which I embedded in this article.

I had to watch it a few times because the first and second time I watched this, I was shaken to my core – so much so, that I wept.

I thought about the death camps in which 6 million of my people perished.  I thought about people who knew what was going on in the camps, and because of being in close proximity, they could smell death.  They boiled cabbage soup in their kitchens to attempt to cover up the death smell.

Of course, Hitler targeted other groups such as Gypsies, homosexuals and the infirm.  Satan was in his glory during that time in history.

But there really is a worldwide Holocaust happening in these days.  Abortion was made legal in 1973 in the U.S., and since then, millions of unborn babies have been slaughtered in what should be the safest place – the mother’s womb.

Now abortion is accepted worldwide.  Don’t you think that we should call this “Mass murder?” It is, you know.

“Speaking lies in hypocrisy; having their conscience seared with a hot iron” (1 Timothy 4:2).

No matter what the laws of men say – God’s law is higher.

In the commandment “Thou Shalt Not Kill” – the Hebrew and Greek word for “kill” is “murder.

Watch this man from the U.K. pleading with Jesus to stop the killing of the innocents, before he is taken away by police:

Two Victims in Abortion

Did you know that there are really two victims when an abortion happens? It’s true. Here is the hardest article I ever wrote:

Silent No More     <click to read

Phil Keaggy wrote and recorded this heart wrenching song. My husband made the video to go with the song:

Brethren, don’t become desensitized to the slaughter of these innocent babies. I know that there is so much evil in these last days, but I believe that the global killing of babies is the most heinous of all the crimes.

We can’t hear their screams as they are torn to pieces. But they are screaming nonetheless.

Pray for an end to this worldwide Holocaust!

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Shalom b’Yeshua