Choose Life

This is a reflection on The Return, the National and Global Day of Prayer and Repentance, which occurred on September 26, 2020, in Washington, DC. The links are mostly to different sections of the nearly 12 hour video by CBN News.

Here is a statement on abortion by Jonathan Cahn that I found powerful and convincing.

What is evil we now call good and what is good we now call evil. What we once revered we now revile and what we once knew to be wrong we now celebrate. We too have profaned the sacred and have sanctified the profane and as for our children, our most innocent possession, we have sacrificed them on the altars of self-indulgence. It was here, in this city, over there. It was here that their collective murder was blessed and given sanction. But a thousand laws and a thousand Supreme Court rulings and a thousand angels swearing on a thousand Bibles cannot alter one iota of this basic measure of morality: to shed the blood of an unborn baby is to murder a human life.

Jonathan Cahn, The Return (about 2:06:00)

The following portion (starting about 4:19:00) offers a song by Keith Manley.

Keith Manley, Cry of the Little One, at The Return

If you are a resident of the United States, 18 years of age or older, the Moral Outcry provides an opportunity for you to sign a petition to the United States Supreme Court to reconsider Roe v. Wade. This starts about 4:09:00 in the video.

The Moral Outcry at The Return

I am a registered Democrat in Miami Beach, Florida. I recently mailed in my absentee ballot which has been received and counted. I voted for the President, Donald Trump. The entire process from mailing me the ballot to having it recorded as counted took 14 days.

At The Return a message from President Trump was read expressing his stand for America. I thank God for the protection and leadership that President Trump has provided, and will provide over the next four years, as President of the United States of America.

I am grateful that the Senate Judiciary Committee voted to confirm Amy Coney Barrett as U.S. Supreme Court Justice. The next step toward final confirmation is the full Senate vote.