Last week the March for Life (largest pro-life event in the world) was held virtually during this pandemic because hope continues in supporters of this important cause.
Also last week President Joe Biden signed an executive order to rescind the “Mexico City Policy” that had prohibited American taxpayer money from funding abortions overseas. I strongly disapprove of this move by this longtime advocate of abortion.
I do not stand with the new president on issues of life and death of innocent preborn children. Instead I stand with 77% of Americans who oppose this action according to a recent poll.
Today I will focus on life, especially innocent pre-born lives, and the hope that leads to pro-life views.
I agree with Jim Daly of Focus on the Family, who said he is “… grateful for those who will be standing in solidarity for the innocent children who have no voice.”
I invite readers everywhere to visit roseday.life for hope regarding lives at risk. You may attend an important event on Wednesday, February 3, 2021, starting at 11:30 AM.
Rose Day Pro-life Rally this year is a virtual online-only event that will include an interview with Abby Johnson whose life inspired the movie, “Unplanned.” As in past decades Rose Day and its many supporters offer hope.
If you support pro-life views, then continue to work and pray. If you do not, then I challenge you to view the live stream at roseday.life with an open mind and heart.
Innocent lives depend on others to be their voice. Pre-born lives matter if any lives matter. Hope matters, too, and there is no hope anywhere if it does not include those who need it most.
“And He [Jesus] took a child and placed him among them, and taking him in His arms, He said to them, “Whoever receives one child like this in My name receives Me; and whoever receives Me does not receive Me but Him who sent Me.” (Mark 9: 36, 37)