Is abortion America’s Ai, a battle we can’t win because we have a national sin?
If so, what is our national sin(s)?
I have written and published an eBook entitled, New Wind Blowing. The fifty-four page book declares an alternative solution to the abortion problem and three other major issues:
I believe that one of America’s sins, which has opened the doors for God’s judgments of first, abortion, and then, illegal aliens, national debt, and Islamic terrorists to fall upon our nation, was our government’s treacherous handling of the Vietnam War, especially in dealing with South Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos. Our broken promises and lies have resulted in the deaths of millions of innocent people whose blood has cried out to a just God. (An excerpt from New Wind Blowing by Larry Nevenhoven, Amazon eBook, 2013)
New Wind Blowing is a prophetic book, which means I believe the content came from the Holy Spirit. Could I be wrong? Yes, of course, I could be totally off the mark.
But yet, all of my premises in the book are backed up with numerous scriptures and historical points.
Okay, how many scriptures back up our dependence on putting faith in America’s political system to rid our nation of a sin, such as abortion? Can you name one? Probably not.
And yet, we American Christians continue to walk down the same path the Moral Majority laid out for us almost forty years ago.
What have we Christians got to lose by being open to new ideas? Or are we just so determined to keep beating the same dead horse forever with the same results at the end of the day?
(Continued in Part 10…if you are interested, the full series, which was written in 2014, may be seen here.)
4 responses to “Lord, Help Me Love Democrats (Part 9)”
I was going to name slavery, but that sin was not eliminated by politics, eh.
Slavery – good point. God bless you.
As we consider is for America, I can’t help,but think about my own life and walk with Jesus. What am I doing that is not working or drawing me closer to Him, but yet I continue to do it? Thank you, Mr. Larry and God bless!
Good point. We all tend to keep doing the same thing over and over again, hoping for different results and refusing to change. God bless you.