ADVERTISEMENT

blog-sanctity-of-life

Today is Sanctity of Life Sunday which always falls on the third Sunday in January.  One day I pray we won’t have to have these.  I’d also like to add that this is a topic that shouldn’t be relegated to one Sunday a year.  Pastors, be bold in proclaiming this truth among other truths from the pulpit.  If you are preaching the whole counsel of God then you cannot avoid this.

40 years… 40 years since Roe v. Wade and it has been 40 years too many.  Over 55 million babies have been slaughtered in the womb.  We must stand for life.  The Church must be a prophetic voice to the nations.  If not us, then who?  Who will speak out for these “little ones”? (Fetus in Latin means “little one”)

This is a sermon that I preached back in 2009.  The last time I was in the pulpit on Sanctity of Life Sunday.  I was then the interim pastor of Grace Evangelical Free Church in Indianola, IA.  In this sermon I provided a biblical framework for life and why I, as a follower of Christ, am prolife.  You can download it here or listen in the player above.

Get CT In Your Inbox!

Don't miss a single update.

You May Also Like

Psalm 15–Who Can Really Walk Blamelessly?

I read Psalm 15 in my devotions this morning, it it King…

Caffeinated Thought of the Day: Righteous Judgment

Brian Myers: We are to judge those who profess Christ by his or her fruit. No one is a Christian simply because he says that he is. True faith bears fruit,

Congress Must Address Obamacare’s Hidden Abortion Problems

Washington, DC – The Charlotte Lozier Institute (CLI), the education and research…

Marx Attacks!

Phil Bair: The Marxists of today believe in class struggle just like Karl Marx did in his day, but they recognize that it won’t naturally happen on its own.