Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Franklin Graham: “God Cannot Bless a Nation That Embraces the Murder of Innocent Children”

Evangelist Franklin Graham is urging voters to consider the millions of children’s lives lost to abortion in America before they cast their vote in November.

The son of Christian evangelist Billy Graham, Franklin Graham wrote a strong message about abortion, the Hyde Amendment and Christian responsibility Friday on Facebook.

“God cannot bless a nation that embraces the murder of innocent children,” Graham wrote. “Abortion is murder—it is infanticide! It should not be paid for with our tax dollars.”

Graham and thousands of other pro-life and Christian leaders spoke out against abortion on Friday to mark the 40th anniversary of the Hyde Amendment, a widely supported measure that bans most taxpayer funding for abortions in Medicaid. . . .

Graham did not mention or endorse any presidential candidate in his message. Instead, he urged Christians to research candidates’ positions and compare them to biblical teachings before they vote.

“I’m not telling anyone who to vote for, but I am speaking out on issues that impact all of us as Americans,” he wrote. “I’m encouraging Christians to look at the facts, line them up to what the Bible says and their faith, and vote on November 8. Research the candidates and the party platforms and see what they stand for. … Christians can bring change for the good in this country if we will stand up and let our voice be heard.” . . . Read More

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1 comment :

Aodh P O'Beachain said...

True but our commitment to morality also extends to a wider canvas that abortion, crucial and fundamental as that is. The destruction from war and the neglect of health care; inner city schools suffers when 57 oer cent of the taxes are for military, especially when people are not protected. or do not feel safe.