September 8, 2011
Every Day Is 9/11 For The Innocent Humans In The Womb
This weekend across this nation we will pause from our routines and remember those who were killed in the attacks on September 11, 2001. It has been ten years since approximately 3,000 lives were destroyed by terrorists in three separate attacks that shook America. Nearly everyone will remember the first time they heard about the attacks or saw images of this horror? Appropriately, the United States and most of the world were in shock that we were attacked on our own soil.
Another response by nearly all of us was a sense of collective pride in America. Members of Congress stood on the steps of the Capitol and sang God Bless America, and American flags were displayed seemingly everywhere one looked. Many churches opened their doors that day and the week after to have special prayer services for those who lost their lives. There were stories of thousands who rarely set foot in a church but were now praying and attending these services.
Those responses to the 3,000 who lost their lives on 9/11 were very appropriate, but every day in America approximately 3,500 lose their lives to abortion. In this country alone, 10 million unborn babies have been killed since that fateful day in 2001 and 460 million worldwide. The unborn humans in the womb are just going about their business of living and growing just as most of us do every day outside the womb. Then out of the blue 3,500 are attacked and killed EVERY DAY. Similar to the 9/11 victims there is no warning for the unborn that their lives are about to be snuffed out.
What helped exacerbate the grief and horror was seeing the images on television of the planes hitting the towers, people jumping from the burning buildings, and then ultimately the twin towers collapsing. It was shocking to realize thousands of first responders and employees at the Twin Towers and Pentagon just lost their lives. If we were to view abortions as they take place, or even if abortion videos were shown just one day on television, it's a guarantee that many people would finally wake up and realize the horror of abortion. Since there is virtually no chance of those being shown to the masses, then almost all Americans will just keep ignoring the issue.
It is time to stop the killing of 3,500 unborn humans every day in America. We need to be outraged. We need to feel grief for those innocent victims in the womb just as we did for those innocent victims outside the womb on 9/11. We need to put a stop to abortion NOW!