Who Will Weep?

Let’s turn our hearts to abortion (as thousands make their annual trek to Washington for Friday’s March for Life). 



OK, I’ll say it. I think abortion is sin. But don’t paint me judgmental. The woman who chooses abortion is no worse than me, because I too am a sinner —
all have sinned (Romans 3:23).


A lot of sins can be corrected: I can repay what I stole. I can confess the error I covered up. I can make it up to the person I hurt.

What’s lost with an abortion can never be recovered. I weep for that loss.those who mourn




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7 Responses to Who Will Weep?

  1. Yeah, I weep for it, too.

  2. Shirlee Abbott says:

    As does God.

  3. Karen Simmank says:

    I weep for it, too. It breaks my heart for the unborn and for the many woman who feel there is no other answer.

  4. Kathy Wyg says:

    Good morning…..it has `truly been an atrocity…& I too agree…it is a sin…but Shirlee that does not make you judgemental…just honest…& I truly think God has not been happy either w/it…as you have stated…we are all sinners..but some sins are much more grave than others…thank you for listening…….

    Have a blessed day guys……….Kathy wyg

    • Shirlee Abbott says:

      We humans classify our sins, Kathy, as minor, typical and major. But the Bible offers a very simple definition: If anyone, then, knows the good they ought to do and doesn’t do it, it is sin for them (James 4:17). And regardless of the classification, Jesus says, “for this sin I died.” Amazing!

  5. Mary Christensen says:

    And oftentimes the woman who had the abortion weeps for years, regretting the decision she made and knowing she cannot correct it. She, too, becomes a victim.

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