Satan loves abortion, and so do his followers.
For years, I, along with other pro-lifers, have talked about the evil of abortion and the influence of Satan in the abortion industry. Sometimes I'm mocked or told it's a little too grim.
Abortion advocates are often the first to brush off any serious regard for the evil one. Until now.
Then, the "Satanic Temple" proved us right by opening "The Samuel Alito's Mom's Satanic Abortion Clinic" in New Mexico.
Yes, that's the actual name.
The same mainstream media outlets that deride peaceful, lawful 40 Days for Life vigils as "creepy" now write fawning news articles granting the Satanic Temple and its outrageous abortion scheme credibility.
On this week's episode of The 40 Days for Life Podcast, we break down how the Devil has taken off the mask and is now openly involved in the ritualistic slaughter of unborn children:
Tune in as we discuss:
- Are these abortion supporters really invoking the Devil...or is this just a stunt? (And does it even matter?)
- Why Satan wages war on children;
- How to fight the Devil and win.
Tune in, and then join God as He defeats Satan and death itself by joining your local 40 Days for Life vigil:
Washington, New Jersey
40 Days for Life participants in the Garden State held a prayer procession to their local Planned Parenthood abortion facility.
They were trailed by three young boys yelling, "Satan rules!"
"The Devil made it very clear to us he wasn't happy we were there," wrote Jen the local campaign leader. "We were all too happy to endure the trial and persevere."
After a judge--who had previously ruled against 40 Days for Life volunteers--struck down a buffer zone ordinance, vigil participants in Pforzheim are once again free to stand in prayer in front of the local abortion business.
Unable to suppress the presence of pro-lifers, abortion supporters have established a presence of their own to protest the 40 Days for Life vigil.
"May the initiative be blessed for all of us," the Pforzheim leadership team exhorted. "Courage for Christ!"
The woman left her water jar and went into the town and said to the people, “Come see a man who told me everything I have done. Could he possibly be the Messiah?” They went out of the town and came to him.
Lord Jesus Christ, thank You for meeting me where I was before I really knew You, and thank You for leading me to Your love and truth. Help me to be Your presence to all those I meet at “the well” at work, the grocery store, the mall, even at my church. May I reserve my judgment and instead be Your instrument of healing and peace, so that I may lead each person to You, who live and reign forever and ever. Amen.