I'll never forget something a remarkable pastor who was deeply invested in the prayer movement and in justice for the unborn told me. At a citywide pastor and church leader gathering in Detroit, a call for prayer requests was made as the meeting was coming to a close.
This pastor simply asked the room of spiritual leaders, "Please keep us covered in prayer as we contend against abortion in Detroit."
What happened next stunned him speechless. A prominent pastor brashly retorted by saying, "Sir, you must know that many pastors in this room support a woman's right to choose."
Pure, unabashed wickedness.
How this man and others in the room who have aligned themselves with the slaughter of children can call themselves Christians, much less pastors, I don't know. Like the pastor, I'm speechless. I'm also sickened, grieved and enraged. You should be too.
Christians Voting Pro-Death
I was again nauseous after vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris trumpeted her and Joe Biden's faith during the debate Wednesday.
Conservative commentator Allie Beth Stuckey tweeted: "Kamala is a 'person of faith?' What faith?"
The Washington Post reported, "Kamala Harris ... voted last year against the 'Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act,' which would punish doctors who fail to provide medical care to a child born alive after an attempted abortion."
Allow me to propose the question again: If your candidate supported killing children under the age of two for any reason, would you vote for him or her?
Looking forward into time, I can see this scenario playing out sooner than later. If people like Kamala Harris are in opposition to saving the lives of children who have been born after a failed abortion, that same murderous spirit will easily support the right to kill others.
The moment a toddler becomes an irritable inconvenience to the mother or father, they are but a lethal injection away from peace and quiet. In fact, if they were to adopt the methods of abortion "doctors," they would have the option of ripping off the child's arms and legs, sucking out its brains and disposing of it in the trash. More progressive people might try to make a buck by harvesting the child's organs.
If my writing disturbed you, perfect. You should be disturbed.
If you think my prediction is ridiculous, that's okay. My point wasn't to prophesy the future of destruction in America. My purpose was to make something vividly clear:
Killing children, toddlers who are breathing, laughing, walking, talking and a precious and valuable part of humanity is no different than killing those who are unborn.
It is exactly the same.
No difference whatsoever.
The Murderous Spirit of Molech
A "Christian" who supports a mother's right to choose has exposed an alliance with a murderous, demonic spirit who seeks to steal, kill and destroy. If they have the right to choose to slaughter their child before birth, then, by extension, they are supporting the right to slaughter their child after they are born.
Is it possible the barbaric culture we now live in is exponentially worse than during the time children were sacrificed to Molech? Absolutely. As Ryan Leasure wrote:
History is filled with barbaric cultures. One of the worst, though, has to be the ancient Canaanites. As was customary in that culture, parents offered their newborn children as sacrifices to their god, Molech. Most depictions of Molech include large metal statues of a man with a bull's head. Usually these statues had outstretched arms to hold the baby sacrifices.
During the sacrificial process, the Canaanites would light a fire inside or around the statue to heat up the statue as hot as they could. Then they would place their newborns into the red-hot arms of Molech and watch the children sizzle to death.
During this gruesome event, the Canaanites would play flutes and bang on drums to drown out the sound of their shrieking children. No wonder God ordered the Israelites to destroy them.
So, again, the question is, would you vote for someone who supported killing children?
Apparently, many professing Christians plan on it this upcoming election day. In fact, I was stunned to hear Jason Upton, a renowned worship leader and musician, make an absurd statement:
"I believe Ruth Bader Ginsburg was pro-life in her own way."
Someone who was directly responsible for the horrifying death of millions of children is "pro-life in her own way?" This was an irresponsible remark by Jason. Shockingly, many other well-known ministers and worship leaders voiced their agreement with Jason's statement. This is why we can't be too surprised when Christians are leaning left and rallying behind pro-death politicians.
I asked a simple question on Facebook today:
"Approximately how many professing Christians do you know who are voting for Biden? I'm writing an article and I'm trying to get an unscientific pulse on the situation."
I hope the responses disturb you:
—"Right now my mom is voting for Biden. I can't comprehend how/ why she would do that as a born-again believer," Kathryn said.
—"Unfortunately, a lot," Janet said.
—"Oh goodness I have lost count but it's a huge number all across the country," replied Kerri.
—"Lots," Melodie said.
—"Over twenty," Michael responded.
—"Over twenty here too," replied Aimee.
—"Maybe 5 or 6," Chad answered.
—"I know quite a few supposed Christians who are voting for Biden," Amy said.
—"I go to a liberal seminary and I would say the vast majority of my fellow classmates and in particularly the teachers are voting for Biden," Aaron offered.
—"I know about a dozen, but I'll never understand how they can make that choice—on the Life issue alone," Timmerle said.
—"Christians voting for Biden-Harris? None," Don chimed in.
—"Professing is the correct term," Tim commented.
—"Way too many! One is too many!!" Bev said.
—"Lots," Rachelle said.
—"I would say probably at least 20% of the people I know are voting for Biden" Karen said.
But Pro-Choice Platforms Reduce the Number of Abortions
First of all, this has not been proven to be true.
Secondly, if it were true, it wouldn't matter.
If a politician made a campaign promise that he or she would kill every young child that was not appropriately secured in a car seat or booster when in a car, would you vote him in? Of course not. Why? Because the politician would be exposed as a demented sociopath that probably needs to be locked away in prison or safely secured in a hospital for the mentally ill. He'd be an extreme danger to society.
Yet, if the promise of the political sociopath became law, you can be absolutely certain that deaths of young children would plummet, not increase. In fact, it would probably be quite rare for police officers to pull out a revolver to terminate children during traffic stops. Parents would be obsessively careful to ensure their children are perfectly strapped in no matter how short their commute might be.
Allowing mothers to kill unborn children is an absurd strategy to bring the abortion statistics down. Vile even.
There are many other arguments that are equally pathetic. Many would say the election isn't only about abortion and that there are other equally important issues. What they are actually saying is they are okay with children being ripped out of wombs as long as the economy is strong, the poor are taken care of and universal, affordable health care is available.
These same people will most likely be among the first in line to endorse the anti-Christ, someone who will offer peace and safety in exchange for their soul.
Make no mistake, a vote for a pro-death candidate is a vote for Molech. An endorsement of someone who promotes killing children invites an invisible yet powerfully destructive spirit of death into your home. Don't underestimate the supernatural implications.
I'll say what few will: If you vote for a candidate who is in support of abortion, your supposed Christianity is suspect. You can't presume to be saved. You are truly in great eternal danger.
If you have considered even for a moment voting for a pro-death candidate, I implore you to repent. Them go deeper in God than you ever have in your life. Pray with fiery passion. Devour the Word of God. Fall in love with Jesus. Become a passionate radical for God. Invite the Holy Spirit to consume you.
If enough do this, revival just might break out, and America may shift from being a barbaric nation to one that truly promotes life.
John Burton is a sought-out teacher, prophetic messenger and revivalist. He has authored 10 books, is a regular contributor to Charisma magazine and directed one of the primary internships at the International House of Prayer (IHOP) in Kansas City. He has planted two churches and has initiated two city prayer movements and a school of ministry.
John Burton has been developing and leading ministries for over 25 years and is a sought out teacher, prophetic messenger and revivalist. John has authored ten books, is a regular contributor to Charisma Magazine, has appeared on Christian television and radio and directed one of the primary internships at the International House of Prayer (IHOP) in Kansas City. A large and growing library of audio and video teachings, articles, books and other resources can be found on his website at www.burton.tv. John, his wife Amy and their five children live in Branson, Missouri.
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