posted on Oct, 27 2012 @ 11:13 PM
Jehovah God did indeed decree that a person begins living when they are conceived in the mother's womb. While a person is not able to see into a
woman's womb and see what is taking place, the Creator of sight and also the great Scientist who designed life surely understands it. And he makes
it quite clear that he is very interested in human life, even a person who is unborn.
For example God inspired these words:
(Psalm 139:16) . . .Your eyes saw even the embryo of me, And in your book all its parts were down in writing, As regards the days when they were
formed And there was not yet one among them.
God looks into the womb and can see the person, who he is. And not only who that person is as a fetus, but even who that person will be as a grown
man or woman.
Again Jehovah inspired these words in the Holy Scriptures:
(Job 3:3) . . .Also the night that someone said, ‘An able-bodied man has been conceived!’
Notice at conception God already considers the person as an "able-bodied man." How is this possible?
Well God is the one who designed the DNA code. He designed it so he can certainly read it. He inspired another Bible writer to state:
(Luke 12:7) . . .But even the hairs of YOUR heads are all numbered. Have no fear; YOU are worth more than many sparrows.
Yes God has such a keen interest in each one of us that he knows how many hairs. That is not a great feat for God.
The universe is made up of hundreds of billions of galaxies, each of these with tens if not hundreds of billions of stars. That is a huge number
beyond him understand or reasoning. Yet God knows each one of them by name:
(Psalm 147:4) . . .He is counting the number of the stars; All of them he calls by [their] names.
Man who leaves God out of the equation then the only morality is left to whim. And thus good becomes bad, and bad becomes good. God is considered
evil, because he is good and evil men rule:
(Ezekiel 18:29) . . .“‘And the house of Israel will certainly say: “The way of Jehovah is not adjusted right.” As for my ways, are they not
adjusted right, O house of Israel? Are not the ways of YOU people the ones that are not adjusted right?’
(Isaiah 5:20) . . .Woe to those who are saying that good is bad and bad is good, those who are putting darkness for light and light for darkness,
those who are putting bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter!
To those of you who scoff at God's word as being the moral guideline may you be reproved by the above or at least take caution by the following:
(Isaiah 5:21) . . .Woe to those wise in their own eyes and discreet even in front of their own faces!
Human reasoning says to trust in your own heart, yet Godly wisdom teaches us how foolish that is:
(Proverbs 28:26) . . .He that is trusting in his own heart is stupid. . .
Take it for what it's worth. I believe in God and believe he has the right as the Sovereign of the universe to govern, and if he decrees that life
begins at conception (especially since he can see into the very genetic makeup of the newly formed human life in the embryo and contemplate it and see
everything how it will grow and who it will turn into, something a human cannot do, or even begin to fathom to do) then we should respect that.
Abortion is murder. It is disgusting. It is wrong. It is morally repugnant. That is not my opinion. It is God's word on the matter. I prefer to
yield to it. For he is always right, while we are mostly almost always wrong.
By the way in the law given to Moses for the nation of Israel if a person caused an abortion and the unborn child died because of it, God's law
stated that the person causing the abortion was to be put to death, that is where we get the term "eye for an eye" from. "Soul for soul." He
considered the unborn child to be alive and the person that caused its death worthy of the same fate, death.
Don't play with human life. A human is a human from the time of conception.