Thursday, October 6, 2011

This just in to Living Waters...

This is just in from one of the staff members at Living Waters (named Mike). Here's what he wrote:

WOW this is awesome fellow servants. I am coming from lunch stopped at a red light in the rain. Lady next to me is honking and motioning for me to roll down my window. She had seen the 180 decal on our back window. She tells me with tears in her eyes...

"Thank you guys so much for putting out that documentary, I am a new Christian. I just watched it yesterday with my children to show them the real side and facts of abortion and we got in a lengthy discussion afterwards. That documentary is changing lives. Thank you so much"

God Bless

If you can purchase the window decal, here: (just scroll down to the last row).

Blessings to you, all!


Linda Martin said...

I had one of my office's nurses who saw the decal on my car go home and watch it--she came to me with tears in her eyes the next day and said "he is right." Put a decal on your car!

Fish With Trish said...

That is wonderful, Linda.

See you next week at Deeper!

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Reynold said...

I laugh when you people pretend to be pro-life. Why? You people have no problem with baby killing when it's your god that does it. True morality would look at the action from the victim's view, not the view of the perp.

For example...William Lane Craig.

"Moreover, if we believe, as I do, that God’s grace is extended to those who die in infancy or as small children, the death of these children was actually their salvation. We are so wedded to an earthly, naturalistic perspective that we forget that those who die are happy to quit this earth for heaven’s incomparable joy. Therefore, God does these children no wrong in taking their lives."

Wow! That whole post of his is like that. Basically, God can do whatever he wants, and it's moral because god does it, even if it would be IMmoral if humans were to do it!

Craig in same article:
"Rather, since our moral duties are determined by God’s commands, it is commanding someone to do something which, in the absence of a divine command, would have been murder. The act was morally obligatory for the Israeli soldiers in virtue of God’s command, even though, had they undertaken it on their on initiative, it would have been wrong."

And you people claim to be the ones who are "pro-life"?

Baloney. I know you won't publish it, since I have a URL here, but I just want you to read it since I will be posting this elsewhere.


Reynold said...

We'll I'll be. You did publish it. Cool. Thanks.