Abortion Apathy is Sin, Abolitionism is Repentance

There is a reason we say: “Abortion apathy is sin, Abolitionism is repentance.”
Consider, Christian, how your life is built on the foundation of abortion. To borrow a phrase from American Vision: How we are all “swimming in the waters of child sacrifice.” (Joel McDurmon)
Some ways abortion impacts our lives:
Your child is vaccinated with vaccines that were developed using cell lines from aborted human beings.
1 in 3 women have an abortion, so consider, what things women have done in their careers that were built on their own child’s sacrifice. The building you work in may have been designed by a woman or man whose child was murdered in abortion.
The Pediatrician you love so much may have finished medical school after having an abortion, etc.
You drink Pepsi, which is tested using aborted fetal cells. Or use make up that uses aborted tissue in it’s development. Maybe your coffee creamer from Nestle was developed using aborted fetal cells for flavor testing.
You had a blood test, and your blood was tested in a lab that also participates in tests etc. that are related to abortive procedures.
Again, 1 in 3 women will have or have had an abortion. How many women in your pews on Sunday, in your family gatherings, in the cubicle next to you have participated in abortion? Maybe by driving a friend, maybe by having one themselves.
Also, consider, the families that you work with, live with, play with, how many of them have aborted unknown children through the use of abortifacient drugs? Children they will never know of? How many of them have participated in IVF to establish a family, their own flesh and blood, furthering an industry that treats humans as property, and freezes them for profit, often destroying them when they’re no longer wanted?
We cannot avoid abortion. Every portion of our lives is touched by it. We cannot avoid that our culture is saturated in the blood of the innocent, and that our hands are stained by it.
Please, church, repent.
Stop handing change in baby bottles to a few well meaning women who may or may not give the gospel to women who find themselves to be pregnant at a bad time.
That is not enough. That barely touches the tip of the iceberg.
Please. Oppose this evil. Consider what God tells us to do in Amos 5:
” Seek good, and not evil,
that you may live;
and so the LORD, the God of hosts, will be with you,
as you have said.
Hate evil, and love good,
and establish justice in the gate.”
Consider, Christian, how we are all culpable for the bloodguilt on our nation.
Repent, and begin to establish justice.
Say: “No more!” and call for nothing less than the abolition of abortion. Stop having peace with the act of child sacrifice, and call out against it.