The Supreme Court just ruled there is no constitutional “right” to Abortion.
The infamous… and unconstitutional… Roe v. Wade was just overturned.
I never thought I’d see this in my lifetime.
I thank God for this… and all those who have been working and praying for this outcome.
The rule of law and the Constitution – was just protected… along with the unborn.
Here are 7 things you should know:
#1. No Constitutional “Right” To Abortion – Roe v. Wade Overturned
Here is the core of what the court said.
“We hold that Roe and [Planned Parenthood v. Casey] must be overruled. The Constitution makes no reference to abortion, and no such right is implicitly protected by any constitutional provision.”
“Roe was egregiously wrong from the start. Its reasoning was exceptionally weak, and the decision has had damaging consequences. And far from bringing about a national settlement of the abortion issue, Roe and Casey have enflamed debate and deepened division.”
#2. The Court – Under Horrific Pressure – Did Not Cave, They Did What Was Right
This decision was under incredible pressure to compromise and not overturn the 50-year-old Supreme Court ruling Roe v. Wade.
The Judicial activist made up a law – a false “constitutional right” that was not in the Constitution.
It was a flawed political ruling.
But President Trump and the Republicans controlled Senate appointed three strict constructionists, giving them a majority.
A judicial activist legislates from the bench their personal opinion.
A strict constructionist rules based on the Constitution, not their opinion.
Justice Samuel Alito authored the majority opinion, being joined by justices Clarence Thomas, Amy Coney Barrett, Brett Kavanaugh, and Neil Gorsuch. Chief Justice John
Roberts wrote a concurring opinion.
Roberts tried to compromise the ruling but did concur.
Judicial activists Stephen Breyer, Sonia Sotomayor, and Elena Kagan filed a dissenting opinion.
Elections have consequences.
The Constitution won.
#3. The Insane Pressure to Stop the Ruling and Keep Roe v. Wade Failed
The pressure on the court to compromise was intense. But they did not cave into the pressure and threats to their lives and children.
For example, there was the leaked draft opinion to put pressure on the judges. It failed.
There were illegal protests at the judge’s homes. Political and media pressure. Even death attempts.
Instead of compromising, they corrected a historical wrong.
#4. What’s Next for The States.
63 million unborn children have been murdered since the Roe v. Wade ruling.
Now it’s up to each state to decide on abortion.
Some states will allow abortion even up to birth. Some will promote life and adoption.
And stop abortion.
#5. Chaos Next – The Radicals
Expect violence and protests to escalate against churches and pro-life centers – see U.S. Churches Under Attack: Disruption, Vandalism, and Fire.
#6. The Next Battle – The Elections
The upcoming November elections will be impacted by this decision.
The radicals will mobilize a massive, organized get-out-the-vote (GOTV) campaign. This is key to winning an election.
I am afraid the pro-lifers may not mobilize and maybe won’t even vote.
That would be wrong… and disastrous.
It’s the state elections (and judges) now that is key as the abortion laws change in every state. Some for the good, some for the worst.
#7. What You Can Do
It’s time to make sure we vote our values in the November election. And help the pro-life candidates and judges.
It’s time we come to the aid of the pregnancy centers and promote adoption.
It’s time for the church to be prepared and reach out on the issue without compromise.
Finally, I want to personally tell you that I’m praising God for this incredible gift of the Supreme Court decision.
It’s not only protecting your children for the future, but also awakening people to how precious life is.
I know among our readers a large percentage have had an abortion or know someone who has had an abortion. What’s so great is that God is the God of forgiveness… and the God of second chances. He is a God of redemption.
And now, because of this historic Supreme Court decision, we can have a culture that promotes life and adoption.
I would not be here today. I would not have been married to my beautiful wife. I would not have had my amazing children if Roe v. Wade had been law when I was born.
I would not have my work and my ministries.
I would not be alive today.
I was adopted.
And I can tell you that I thank God continually for the great parents he gave me.
And for the opportunity to have life.
I encourage everyone to pray about how you could adopt, encourage people to adopt, or help the pregnancy centers to promote adoption.
It’s needed now more than ever.
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