Matt Chandler – The Sanctity of Human Life

It has been popularly quoted that, „the only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing”. Science is rapidly proving that abortion is the most horrendous act in this century. Millions and millions of innocent babies are being murdered daily around the world under the approval of their governments that have been put in place to protect them. As from 26:55, Pastor Matt Chandler rightly explains the irrationality of the so-called pro-choice movement and how self-centered and deprave we humans have become.

As evil as abortion is, it is not out of the boundaries of the forgiveness of God in Christ Jesus. The atoning sacrifice of Jesus Christ is more than enough to wash away every sin.
After listing a bunch of sins, which makes all of us humans to see our sinfulness and how far we have fallen short from the glory and righteousness of God, God, through the apostle Paul, gave us the beautiful verse in 1 Corinthians 6:11. Therefore we Christians who have been washed should be the salt and light to a dark world. Not just by shaking our fist at the world but actively engaging the culture with Christ-like behavior for the benefit of the unborn and also to bring hope to the millions of women who are being pushed by their coward husbands into the abortion clinics as well as the women who are so self-consumed that they will murder.

The Gospel of Jesus Christ is our only hope and no Christian is without sin but in Jesus Christ, we can be transformed through Repentance, trusting and putting our faith in the person and work of Jesus Christ. We can be sanctified in Christ and Christ will tell us, just like He said through Paul in 1 Corinthians 6:11 that „And such were some of you…”

Please, lets all help join in prayers for the beautiful lives of the unborn.

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