March 21, 2007

S.C. Gov. Supports Pre-Abortion-Ultrasound Bill

The S.C. Ultrasound bill (H.3355) Regulates Child-Murder-by-Abortion. It may reduce abortions, but it will also prolong the practice of "legalized" ABORTION. In the 34-year battle to end abortion, it is yet another strategic and moral error, adopting the incrementalist approach to reducing the number of abortions, while distracting the pro-life community efforts and resources from the proper focus on ending abortion. As Oswald Chambers' devotional "My Utmost For His Highest" says, in so many words: "Good" is the enemy of God's "best."

God's requirement in the case of Murder is JUSTICE, not Regulation !
(Romans 13:1-4; Michah 6:8)

Why isn't Governor Sanford supporting the now nine-year-old Right to Life Act of SC (H.3284/S.313) to establish justice by recognizing the unborn as legal 'persons,' thereby ending legalized abortion ?

The Right to Life Act of SC fulfills the Biblical Mandate to "Establish Justice" for the Unborn - the S.C. Ultrasound bill "Regulates Murder."

S.C. Abortion-Regulation Ultrasound bill (H.3355 / S.84):

Right to Life Act of SC (H.3284 / S.313) to End Abortion:

- GA, MT, ND, SC, TX, VA (12% of States in U.S.)
Revised and updated as of February 1, 2007 (.doc file)

- GA, MT, ND, SC, TX, VA (12% of States in U.S.)
Revised and updated as of February 1, 2007 (.htm file)

"For God is the King of all the earth:..." Psalm 47:7, KJB

Steve Lefemine, pro-life missionary
dir., Columbia Christians for Life, Columbia, SC
(803) 765-0916 , click on 'RTL Act of SC'
March 21, 2007


S.C. Gov. Supports Pre-Abortion-Ultrasound Bill
(Read editor's note)

March 20, 2007

Tim Smith / The Greenville News:
Gov. Mark Sanford on Monday backed a House bill (H. 3355) requiring women to view an ultrasound image of the fetus before [the state helps them murder their babies by abortion]. His spokesman said the governor opposes an amendment granting an exception for victims of rape or incest. The House is scheduled to resume debate on the legislation, which could be the first of its kind in the nation, this week. "I believe life is sacred, and in the debate over when life begins, I believe that as a society we should always err on the side of life," Sanford's statement said.

Editor's note:
In reference to South Carolina's pre-abortion-ultrasound legislation, Gov. Mark Sanford's statements, "I believe life is sacred" and "as a society we should always err on the side of life," are clearly false imaginations meant to entertain a particular voting block - a voting block that is ignorant of what exactly the legislation says or what it means.

In the bill's first statement to "The Committee On Judiciary" it tells what it relates to:
"relating to prerequisites for the performance of an abortion."

How does legislation that spells out "the performance of an abortion" even remotely sound like the Governor believes "life is sacred?"

Is this what the "sacredness of human life" represents to "pro-lifers" in South Carolina, that in the "performance of an abortion, life is sacred?" It sounds like devil-worshipers wrote this legislation to sacrifice babies to their "sacred" gods.

Also, Gov. Sanford's statement that, "we should always err on the side of life," is erroneous. Oh, the governor and lawmakers erred all right, but they erred on the side of death. This is what a baby looks like after he's had his pre-abortion-ultrasound. Does the end result of this law look "pro-life" to you?

What Gov. Mark Sanford and the state lawmakers have done is relinquish their God ordained duty to use the sword of the State as a "minister of God, a revenger to execute wrath upon him that doeth evil." Specifically, it is their duty to arrest, prosecute and punish people who murder babies in the State of South Carolina. But what these office holders have done is become evangelical targets - a specific people to be called to repentance for defiling civil government by shedding innocent blood.

Are these office holders aware of the fact that if this bill becomes law it will make them directly accountable for the murder of every child killed under these regulations? The blood of babies like this will be on their hands.

Christians in South Carolina should know that murderers "shall not inherit the kingdom of God."(Galatians 5:21). And that "murderers... shall have their part in the lake which burneth with fire and brimstone: which is the second death." (Rev.21:8)

As long as Christians elect men to civil office who relinquish their God ordained duty by approving of murder, then Christians in America will be ruled and judged by the damned - as is the case in South Carolina.

--Jim Rudd

Posted by Editor at March 20, 2007 05:06 PM

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