Vancouver resident Pauline Warren shares her thoughts about the erosion of morality in America.
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An erosion of moral worldview has taken place, quietly but consistently, since at least 1973. Many have just drifted into the secular/pagan mindset of the expendability of the baby in the womb. They lied to start off that it was just “tissue” and the lies continued and the church stood aside as a spectator and did very little to speak the word of truth. Rather, it was the work of many individuals with concerns and caring that did save some of these human beings destined to die horrible deaths.
Now we learn that these children’s bodies were used for experimentation, all very quietly and in the dark, by institutions we would be most surprised with, like that university studying various issues/problems. It was all justified and excused as “worthy” of the sacrifice, that is, if we even knew what was going on.
So we descended into the pit of hell, just slid, easy as pie, without realizing what we were doing, corrupting the mind, the heart and the sense of right or wrong. Those values flew away with no sound. So we come to today and the planned killing of millions with little objection, little resistance of this evil, looking away, so as not to think of what we were doing.
Are we Americans any better, more righteous than Hitler, Stalin, or Mao? They just did what they did out in the open. We do it. and have been doing it for many years, in the dark; so I guess that makes it A Okay — cause we don’t see or feel it and can make believe we don’t know what is going on. But God knows and God sees and He has a judgment day coming for each and every one of us.
Are you one of those who just brushed this aside as if it never happened? Maybe you need to repent, because if this is true what I write here, then the corporate sin very well could have been the last straw that broke the camel’s back.
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