Burning off the dross

Can Abortion Impact Israel – and the World?

On that day, when all the nations of the earth are gathered against her, I will make Jerusalem an immovable rock for all the nations. All who try to move it will injure themselves. [Zech 12:3 NIV]

Do you care about Israel?   Are you friend or foe?

What about God’s commandment to bless and not curse Israel?

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Recently I came across four fascinating pieces I feel compelled to share.

Sandi Shoshani is doing some amazing work in changing lives and saving lives throughout Israel. As Director of Be’ad Chaim (which means Pro Life in Hebrew) – a pregnancy resource center network in Israel, she has a perspective on abortion and it’s impact on world politics you seriously need to consider.

Anyone who honestly says abortion can’t hurt population demographics and the balance of the nations should think twice.

In 2008 – Israel had 140,000 live births and somewhere between 40,000 – 50,000 abortions. Since their inception, Israel has collectively aborted 2 million when their population is only 7 million total today. Had they not aborted their children, Israel would not have a problem facing the challenges of a growing Palestinian population. Abortion matters in the life and death struggles of nations.

Considering that point, take a look at what Michael B. Oren at Commentary Magazine offers regarding the very existence of the modern Jewish state of Israel (or it’s potential demise) with Seven Existential Threats.

And realizing that Israel is not alone in this struggle, Mark Steyn has an excellent article at Commentary Magazine where things are going with radical Islam, how demographics figure into the weakening of Europe and the growing rise of Islam.

Lastly – take a look at this:

Abortion has consequences that reach beyond the personal, impacting the nations.

When calling out the Pope for his trespasses – will Israel admit their own auto-genocide trespass?

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