The Lifeblood: A Biblical view on Abortions and Vaccines …

"And He said, “What have you done? The voice of your brother’s blood cries out to Me from the ground.” Genesis 4:10.

Leviticus 7:11 says the life of a creature is in the blood. This implies that there is a genetic fingerprint in the blood of that creature which is a link to that person’s identity, that persons soul and that person’s spirit, i.e, their life.

As a continuation from last week’s study I want us to look at the aspect of blood as it relates to our life or in particular our soul/identity as individuals and what the implications are when life or blood is spilt recklessly or in rage, as part of a murder, or as an irresponsible act, such as abortion.

Abortion is a deliberate termination of a human pregnancy when a fetus is forcefully removed from the womb of a female before it’s full term. I understand there are many reasons that are used to justify a woman's decision to get an abortion. Irrespective of the reasons, it does not change the nature and consequences of the act itself.

Psalms 139:13 – 16 summarizes a compelling view of life from God’s perspective:

For you formed my inward parts; you knitted me together in my mother’s womb
I praise you, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made.
Wonderful are your works; my soul knows it very well.
My frame was not hidden from you, when I was being made in secret, intricately woven in the depths of the earth.
Your eyes saw my unformed substance; in your book were written, every one of them, the days that were formed for me, when as yet there was none of them.”

The Word of God makes it clear that a person’s life begins at conception. When a woman is impregnated this is the moment the seed of an entire human being is planted within her.

A seed that contains all that is required to become that human being, with a soul, purpose, meaning, thoughts, feelings and attributes that allow that person to become all that God intended for them to become.

When you abort a fetus you are taking away the right of that person to live and to become all that God intended for that person to become, which is consistent with taking the place of God.

In light of the above scripture, we can see that when a person dies as a result of murder or when innocent blood is split, the life blood of that person has a voice, a soul that cries out to God for vengeance.

God keeps an account of every life ever created, whether in the womb or born into this world. Each life is precious to Him. Anyone who takes a life will have to give an account for that life on the day of judgement.

The issue I want to address is the distortion the world has placed on the sanctity of life. It has managed to downplay it to such an extent that it has become a commercial trade and entire industry. Organs and parts of the human fetus from abortions are sold to pharmaceutical companies for research, much of which is used to create vaccines.

As Christians, knowing the Word of God and the sanctity of life in God’s eyes, how do we approach this issue? Can we be partakers in these acts of murder through the guise of medical research?

How can we engage in this with a clear conscience, knowing the spiritual ramifications of partaking in a murder, especially of an innocent unborn child?

God perceives children and the life of children (born and unborn) with an absolute reservation. (Mark 9:37; 42, and Mark 10:14).

In criminal law, an accessory to a crime is one who knowingly takes part in the crime. However, the term, an accessory after the fact, is anyone who harbours, protects, or assists a person who has already committed an offense. Even benefiting from the proceeds of a crime qualifies as being an accessory to it. How are we to view those who benefit from acts of abortion? Are we any less culpable?

This issue is a controversial one no doubt, especially when it comes to using pharmaceutical products that have used fetal parts to carry out testing. These are parts of a human that contained a body, soul and spirit, who by the willful act of another was deprived of having life.

It is this tiny soul whose body parts are now used to help increase the longevity of those who were given the opportunity to live on earth. A right they were unfortunately deprived of. A bit ironic is it not?

Pleading ignorance is one thing but knowingly accepting it despite being made aware of this, is another. You can’t hold someone guilty if they don’t know it’s wrong (Romans 5:13), but when we do know it’s wrong and we do it anyway, our conscience testifies against us that we have sinned (Romans 2:15).

That’s why God gave us a conscience and free will to heed what our conscience tells us. The conscience is really God’s Holy Spirit within us as a reminder of God’s moral law and of all that is right, good and just. When we ignore it, we do so at our own detriment.

This breach of God’s moral law could also be a reason why so many vaccines are causing severe and irreversible side effects? There is an entire campaign out there against taking vaccines called ‘Anti-xaxxers’ which make it their business to inform others of the dangers of vaccines.

So the question I pose to you today is this: if you now know that vaccines are tested on human body parts which are the result of abortions which are considered to be willful murder, which is against God’s law, do you still think it's right to partake in such vaccines?

That’s the material question I leave with you today and one I would welcome comments on or dialogue as we go through the Online Bible Study.

For those who have had an abortion, and have given your heart to God, please don’t feel condemned. There is no sin too great for God’s blood to cleanse and redeem us from (see previous study notes). It has the only power to set you free from the convictions of your past life, but learn from it and strive to become an advocate against it.

For those of us who are believers, who know the Truth about abortion and about the shameful industry that thrives off it, we need to now encourage others to consider this issue and in turn stand for God’s Truth not just in word but also in deed. Doing so breaks the cycle of death and sin and brings life and liberty to this broken world!

I pray the Lord gives us all clarity on this word that will compel us to be courageous and bold enough to follow it! Amen.

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