Does God Allow Some Abortions?


babyThe issue of abortion has become front-page news and is striking controversy at the heart of many people. The “world” feels that they have the right to abort a baby on demand. Sadly, some Christians also feel that God is not opposed to abortion under certain circumstances. Does God allow exceptions for some abortions?

When we study the Bible, we see very clearly that God cherishes every life ever conceived! Not some, not most, but every life! Many Scriptures speak of the unborn children and God’s love for them. God loves His creation. However, God HATES sin because it leads to the death of the ones He loves! We read in Exodus 20:13 NKJV that God says, “Do not murder.” There are no conditions added and no special circumstances around that commandment. It is very simple, “Do not murder!” There are no exceptions.

Every life conceived is valuable to God. Every unborn child is precious in His eyes. Jesus died to save every one of them. There are NO exceptions for murder! God said, “Do not murder!” He meant it. If we decide that it’s okay to kill an unborn child, then we are raising ourselves up to be equal with God just as Satan did. Judgment will surely come upon those who challenge God’s authority and decide who can and will live.

  • Seven things are an abomination to God … “Hands that shed innocent blood.”—Proverbs 6:17

King Solomon wrote that a pregnant woman doesn’t carry a “fetus”, but rather, she carries a child in her womb.

  • As you do not know what is the way of the wind, Or how the bones grow in the womb of her who is with child, So you do not know the works of God who makes everything.—Ecclesiastes 11:5

When Mary, the mother of Jesus, came into the presence of her expectant cousin Elizabeth, the baby in Elizabeth’s womb jumped at the presence of Mary’s baby in her womb.

  • For indeed, as soon as the voice of your greeting sounded in my ears, the babe leaped in my womb for joy.—Luke 1:44

The prophet Jeremiah said that God knew him before he was even born.

  • Before I formed you in the womb I knew you; Before you were born I sanctified you; I ordained you a prophet to the nations.”—Jeremiah 1:5

mothers wombGod created the unborn child, and that child is NOT the property of the mother carrying the child. The mother does NOT have the right under any circumstances to kill a child that God has made—not one that is born nor one that is unborn because if she does, IT IS MURDER!

  • Thus says the Lord, your Redeemer, And He who formed you from the womb: “I am the Lord, who makes all things, Who stretches out the heavens all alone, Who spreads abroad the earth by Myself.”—Isaiah 44:24

If God says the unborn child is a child, then he or she is a child. Fact.

  • Let the little children come to Me, and do not forbid them; for of such is the kingdom of heaven.”—Matthew 19:14

Unborn babies are innocent and they fully trust their mother for life. But when they are murdered before they are born, they all go to be with Jesus, and He is waiting to avenge their death. Jesus said He would punish those who hurt His children.

  • But whoever causes one of these little ones who believe in Me to sin, it would be better for him if a millstone were hung around his neck, and he were drowned in the depth of the sea. —Matthew 18:6

he came for meChildren are God’s heritage. He created them, loves them and looks forward to being with them. Soon Jesus is going to call us Home to be with God our Father forever, and we His children should be as excited about our redemption as He is.

  • Behold, children are a heritage from the Lord, The fruit of the womb is a reward.—Psalm 127:3

King David, the wonderful psalmist, knew the heart of God. He knew that God had created him and that God had been with him since his conception. He said it all when he wrote this passage:

  • For You formed my inward parts; You covered me in my mother’s womb. I will praise You, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made; Marvelous are Your works, And that my soul knows very well. My frame was not hidden from You, When I was made in secret, And skillfully wrought in the lowest parts of the earth. Your eyes saw my substance, being yet unformed. And in Your book they all were written, The days fashioned for me, When as yet there were none of them.—Psalm 139:13-16

Many people say that if the mother’s life is at risk, or if there’s been a rape, then God would surely understand an abortion. Well, He surely does not! Murder is murder. When the mother’s life is at risk, she needs to ask God for healing! She does not have the right to murder her baby to save her own life. If you have had an abortion and feel that God approved it, then you had better repent because He did not.

The devil has been pushing this agenda so that his followers will sacrifice their children to him just as they did in the Old Testament when they threw their children in the fire. These abortions (murders) are offerings to the devil, and the people are so blinded by their own immoral lusts that they don’t even see what’s going on. It’s bad enough that they murder the unborn, but they have no compassion for the ones who survive it and are left to die. Oh, how God grieves for these children!

Jesus will soon return and pour His judgment out upon this evil world. Christians need to study the Bible and know the truth so they can stand against this vile attitude! God does not make exceptions to His law and He does not approve of these sacrificial murders!

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11 thoughts on “Does God Allow Some Abortions?

  1. I have been having strife on a post that covers this sad issue. My dreams are so tiring and I have written the post. I just have not published it. Each time I read it I break down and cry. I now can not even get to the end of the post for the haunting images that come from my dreams interrupt. My dreams are woe’s. They are of sacrifice. They are constant. Say a pray that I can obey. And since the post is so heavy I am guided to break it into two or three separate ones. But to do that I have to be able to finish re-reading it.

    • Yes, that would be the perfect solution, but it’s not the way of this world anymore, and so we have immorality out of control. But the issue is abortion: is it acceptable to God. It’s not.

          • Hi Ronnie, My child asked me “what is the significant of old testament or why do we have old testament” I failed to answer can you help?

          • The Old Testament is crucial to our salvation. It is not only the history of mankind including the Jewish nation, but it is filled with prophesies of which many have come to pass and others are about to happen. The Old Testament is the prelude to Jesus coming to earth and offering His body as a living sacrifice for our sins. The laws of God are listed in the Old Testament. The promise of Jesus the Messiah is spoken of continuously throughout the Old Testament, and the New Testament is a witness to us of all that was spoken of in the Old Testament.

            If you would like to read books that God has inspired me to write to help you understand the Old Testament better, check out the books listed on the right side of this blog called the Crown Series. As well, please go to my website at http://ronniedauber.ca to read about them in more detail. The Crown Series is a collection of Old Testament heroes who God worked with to save the nation of Israel. It’s really necessary for believers to know why Israel is important to God, and to realize who Jesus really is if we want to receive His salvation. Another easy to read book that I’ve written is called The Boy Who Would be King, and it’s the story of Jesus, written for children and new believers so they can know who Jesus is. Again, we need to know the Old Testament to understand who Jesus is and why He came to save us.

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