Entries Tagged ‘Jerusalem’

Stanek Mother’s Day quote: “May you live to see your children’s children”

Blessed are all who fear the Lord      and live his way. You will certainly eat what your own      hands have provided. Blessings to you! May things go well for you! Your wife will be like a fruitful vine      inside your home. Your children will be like young olive      trees around your table. This is how […]

Stanek Palm Sunday quote: “Look, your king is on his way, poised and ready”

When they neared Jerusalem, having arrived at Bethphage on Mount Olives, Jesus sent two disciples with these instructions: “Go over to the village across from you. You’ll find a donkey tethered there, her colt with her. Untie her and bring them to me. If anyone asks what you’re doing, say, ‘The Master needs them!’ He […]

Stanek Sunday quote: “He filled Jerusalem with innocent blood, and the Lord would not forgive”

The LORD sent Babylonian, Aramean, Moabite and Ammonite raiders against him. He sent them to destroy Judah, in accordance with the word of the LORD proclaimed by his servants the prophets. Surely these things happened to Judah according to the LORD’s command, in order to remove them from his presence because of the sins of […]

Stanek Sunday quote: “Among the survivors will be those whom the Lord calls”

Then whoever calls on the name of the LORD will be saved. Those who escape will be on Mount Zion and in Jerusalem. Among the survivors will be those whom the LORD calls, as the LORD has promised. ~ Joel 2:32, God’s Word translation [Photo of abortion survivor via Abolitionist Society of Oklahoma]

Stanek weekend question: Should “Wailing Wall” be part of pro-life memorial?

Pro-lifers compare the pro-abortion view of preborn children as nonpersons to the pro-slavery view of blacks as nonpersons (well, 3/5).

We also call the modern genocide of preborn children a “holocaust,” comparing it to Hitler’s mass extermination of the Jews.

Understandably, the other side doesn’t like those comparisons.

But now comes word that the planned International Pro-Life Memorial & National Life Center in Wichita, Kansas, will include a Wailing Wall, “an exact replica of the Western Wall at the Temple Mount in Jerusalem,” according to the website.

Stanek Sunday quote: The abolitionist history behind “O Little Town of Bethlehem”

Here’s the third in the repeat of my Sunday series during the month of December on the fascinating abolitionist history behind some of our most beloved Christmas hymns. Pro-lifers identify closely with those 150 years ago who fought to free another oppressed class of people. (Also see “I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day” and […]

Pro-lifers launch graphic abortion pickets at 100 churches in Ventura, CA

extended version of the video below that of 100 area churches, only 10 currently support pregnancy care centers. Todd’s mission is to rouse churches in his Jerusalem – where he lives – to become more proactive in opposing abortion. Todd launched his effort this past Sunday at his own former church,

  

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