The Trinity

A clear and concise explanation of our Triune God by my friend and fellow author, Ernie Carrasco.

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There is one body, and one Spirit, even as ye are called in one hope of your calling; One Lord, one faith, one baptism, One God and Father of all, who is above all, and through all, and in you all. (Ephesians 4:4-6)

The Christian doctrine of the Trinity is a hard concept to grasp, much less explain cogently. Explaining the Trinity becomes even more challenging the inquisitor is ignorant of Christian tenets. I experienced such a challenge this week when I received an email from a Jew who was curious about the topic. His email follows:

I just visited in your site. I’m a 40yo Jew from Israel. I understand that you guys [ICR] are Christians. When I ran into this:

“The Creator of the universe is a triune God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. There is only one eternal and transcendent God, the source of…

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“For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the powers, against the world forces of this darkness, against the spiritual forces of wickedness in the heavenly places” (Ephesians 6:12 NIV).

Fox News carried an interview last evening with a man appearing to be wrapped in the evil tendrils of deception he couldn’t sit still. His eyes were wide and flamed and his speech rushed out of his mouth while his body bounced and shook.

At first I mistook his demeanor as being fervent about the subject, but the longer he chattered, almost without taking a breath, the deeper he slipped into that dark place where truth held no substance, but a return to power of his former leader’s community organizing agenda sparked him giddy.

“By this you know the Spirit of God: every spirit that confesses that Jesus Christ has come in the flesh if from God; and every spirit that does not confess Jesus is not from God; and this is the spirit of the antichrist, of which you have heard that it is coming, and now it is already in the world” (1 John 6:2-3 NIV).

And so it was in the days of Zedekiah, king of Judah. The year is 586 B.C. and Judah has been engaged with Nebuchadnezzar, king of Babylon, since 605 B.C.—you do the math. The king of Babylon by this time has carried possibly as many as fifteen thousand or more Jews into captivity, and in 597 B.C. King Neb appointed Zedekiah to be a puppet king. And puppet he was. A real politician who aimed to please everyone, but ended up pleasing no one. Especially not God.

God told them through Jeremiah, to go peacefully to Babylon. But peaceful was not in their vocabulary and the leaders demanded Zedekiah put Jeremiah to death. They couldn’t bear to hear truth, but chose to believe lies. And I can see the picture in my mind’s eye—Zedekiah, in an unkinglike fashion, throwing up his hands and sighing: “Behold he is in your hands; for the king, can do nothing against you” (Jeremiah 38:5 NIV).



Have you bowed to the evening news as your source of information, or is God your standard and source of truth?

So, this group of arrogant, ungodly leaders who refused to listen to the words of God, grabbed Jeremiah and cast him into a deep cistern in the court of the guardhouse. Scripture tells us there was no standing water in the well, but there was mud. Lots of yucky mud. And Jeremiah sank in this putrid muck.

The 38th Chapter of Jeremiah paints the account of Jeremiah’s plight and how God used a seemingly insignificant man to save him. And for all of you who deem yourselves insignificant, you have no idea how God can and will use you if you stand for righteousness…even when it seems you’re swimming upstream against a rip-tide of unrighteousness.

Jeremiah, however, was now confined to the court of the guardhouse to limit his speech. But God’s plan is never thwarted, and God was using Jeremiah to give the king yet another opportunity to listen.

Reaping and Sowing

Are you listening to the Word of the Lord today?

Zedekiah had Jeremiah brought to him at the third entrance in the house of the Lord. (A road less travelled.) The king asked God’s prophet to tell him the truth—he wanted to know God’s word to him. Really? (Jeremiah had only been telling all of Judah what God said was going to happen for at least thirty-eight years—and to this king for eleven years).

Jeremiah’s reply is also in this 38th Chapter, but Jeremiah has the courage to remark, “…if I give you advice, you will not listen to me.”

But at the king’s urging, Jeremiah repeated God’s promise even in these last hours of their rebellion. The king admitted his fear, Jeremiah reassured him God was faithful and would save him, but the king chose to listen to the priests and leaders’ deceptive words so long his heart was weak and he refused to trust the Word of the Lord. He believed men rather than the Lord God Almighty.

Truth stumbled in the street


Who do you choose to believe—man’s words or God’s Word?

And there are always consequences when anyone rejects God. Doesn’t matter if you believe in Him or not. He is God. This is His world. His Law. And His way. But He is full of mercy and grace and love. Love so great He sent His Only Son to pay the price for our rebellious sin against Him. The original choice to believe and trust belongs to us. “Whosoever will may come.”  But the consequences of our choices belong to the Lord our God.

Zedekiah tried to determine his own consequences when he and his men attempted escape in the darkness of night, but he was caught, brought before Nebuchadnezzar and sentence was passed. All of the nobles he bowed to were slaughtered before his eyes, and Nebuchadnezzar killed Zedekiah’s sons too…just before King Neb blotted out Zedekiah’s eyes.


When the time for choices end, only consequences remain.

Imagine an eternity with that scene playing in the darkness of his mind. I’m sure he wished he had listened to the Word of God, but it was too late. His time for choices gone. The gavel was down and the consequences applied. Forever. The Chaldeans burned the city and broke down the walls of Jerusalem and took Zedekiah, in fetters of bronze, to Babylon. To die.

Now is the time for God’s people to fast and pray. Tomorrow may be too late.

We are at that same cross-road in America today . This nation has rejected God—for at least two generations—maybe more. Yet God keeps pleading for us to return and repent. We have an opportunity at this moment in time—perhaps like Zedekiah, the last opportunity before God’s gavel smacks the sound block, and the consequences for our rebellion are sealed. Forever. For the same reason it fell on Judah—God’s people still refusing to listen to God’s Words. Will we be weak? Deceived? Or will we be stubborn and stiff-necked, refusing to repent and return to the Lord Jesus Christ, our Savior and soon coming King?


“Humble yourselves, therefore, under the mighty hand of God, that He may exalt you at the proper time, casting all your anxiety upon Him, because He cares for you. Be of sober spirit, be on the alert. Your adversary, the devil, prowls about like a roaring lion, seeking someone to devour.

But resist him, firm in your faith, knowing that the same experiences of suffering are being accomplished by your brethren who are in the world. And after you have suffered for a little while, the God of all grace, who called you to His eternal glory in Christ, will Himself perfect, confirm, strengthen and establish you. To Him be dominion forever and ever. Amen” (1 Peter 5:6-11 NIV).


Next week:  Insignificant? Maybe. But not in God’s eyes!


                                                         Part Two

                                   SLICING, DICING, AND BURNING

Someone much wiser than me said, “It only takes a generation for a nation to turn away from God.” And the Book of Jeremiah gives the absolute proof certain of this proclamation.

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King Jehoiakim ruled in Judah from 609 B.C. until 597 B.C. He was the son of King Josiah who reigned from 630 B.C. until 609 B.C.

Josiah was a man after God’s own heart, but his son Jehoiakim, was bad-to-the-bone. Josiah cleared the land of idols, destroyed their places of worship, and found God’s word, which had been lost in the temple. (Can you imagine the Word of God being lost in the House of God? Still happens today in some churches, doesn’t it?)


When Josiah finally heard the Word of God, he tore his clothes and commanded priests and scribes to inquire of the Lord concerning the words of the Book. His story is found in 2 Chronicles 34 and 35 and is so worth the read if you don’t know about this last good king in the land of Judah. God blessed Judah because of Josiah’s obedience. But generational sin lurked like a shroud of judgment, because Josiah’s father, King Manasseh had been the worst of the worst and that gene pool washed like a tsunami over his grandson Jehoiakim.

God sent Jeremiah the prophet, during the days of good King Josiah to remind the priests, rulers, and people of their refusal to listen and obey His Word. To remind them of the judgments He had pronounced against the granddaddy, and remind them of their urgent need to listen and repent.

When Jehoiakim inherited the throne, Jeremiah’s obedience to do what God called him to be and do, proved to be a perpetual pain in this king’s back-side. And the prophet ended up confined, unable to deliver God’s word to the people. But Jeremiah’s work was far from finished. So, the Lord told Jeremiah to take a scroll and write on it the words God spoke to him. God said, “Perhaps the house of Judah will hear all the calamity which I plan to bring on them, in order that every man will turn from his evil way; then I will forgive their iniquity and their sin.”

Even while they were back at their idol worship and evil ways, God was ready to hear and forgive their sins. Just like today, over twenty-six hundred years later, God’s message is still the same. And so is every man, woman, boy and girl—the same. Full of sin without the wisdom to see their great need for salvation through Jesus Christ or the ability to save themselves from God’s judgment.

Well, Jeremiah called Baruch, the scribe, and dictated to him all the words the Lord had spoken to him. We’re not told how long the process took, but remember, God called Jeremiah to be His prophet in 627 B.C. It’s now 606 B.C. That’s a bunch-a-words folks. Written by hand, in pen and ink, on a loooong roll of parchment.

What happened next is worth reading in the 36th Chapter of Jeremiah, verses 10-21. But picture this, the king is sitting in his winter house and there’s a fire burning in the brazier in front of him.


Jehudi unrolled the scroll and began reading—one column, two, three, and four columns. Imagine the scene, the king is obviously incensed and grabs the scribe’s knife and slices the scroll and pitches it into the fire. Then he sliced and diced the whole scroll containing the Words of God and burned it all in the fire until it was consumed!

“Yet the king and all his servants who heard all these words were not afraid, nor did they rend their garments” (Jeremiah 36:24 NIV).

I’m waitin’ for the lightning and goose-bumps raced across my body as I read this and then again as I’m typing these words to you. Remember his daddy’s reaction when he heard the Word of God? He feared and tore his clothes. Jehoiakim and his crew? Not so much.

I have every Bible I’ve ever owned and if there were a fire at my house, my Bibles would be the first thing I’d race to save. Wouldn’t you? But to cut them apart and watch ’em burn?

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Yet before we cluck our tongues and look down our noses at King Jehoiakim, don’t we reject God’s Word when we leave it in the back of the car from one Sunday ‘til the next. Never thinking about where our copy of the Word is ‘til we leave for church the following week? Or worse yet, we leave it on the end table by our chair, right next to the HD remote. Which gets more use during the week—the Word of God or the remote?

But God didn’t wring His holy hands. No, He told Jeremiah to get another scroll and repeat the process. Which Jeremiah and Baruch did, because we have the words God spoke to Jeremiah in our Bibles today. But listen carefully to the words God spoke concerning King Jehoiakim.

“You will have no one to sit on the throne of David, and your dead body shall be cast out to the heat of the day and frost of the night. (He wouldn’t receive a proper burial. The birds and beasts would pick his bones.) I will also punish him and his descendants and his servants for their iniquity, and I will bring on them and the inhabitants of Jerusalem and the men of Judah all the calamity that I have declared to them” (Jeremiah 36:29-31 NIV).

And God’s Words became reality for King Jehoiakim, the priests, and the people when Nebuchadnezzar and his great armies killed, captured and burned Jerusalem, and carried many from Judah captive to Babylon for seventy years. Why? Because they did not listen to the Words of God to obey them!

God’s Word is the same yesterday, today and forever. Neither Jehoiakim nor any of his descendants will be present in the coming kingdom. His choices brought the consequences of separation from God then, now, and forever. No more chances. His doom was sealed and God’s wrath on him was executed by the King of Babylon. Done. Finished. Forever.

But God’s mercy and grace are still available to us. How will the recount of Jehoiakim’s foolish choices and consequences resonate in your life? The words “…but they didn’t listen…” echo in my ears from 606 B.C., through the corridors of time, to today…

Am I listening? Are you listening? What choices will we make? Will we choose rewards or consequences?

“And He said to me, ‘It is done. I am the Alpha and the Omega, the beginning and the end. I will give to the one who thirsts from the spring of the water of life without cost. He who overcomes shall inherit these things, and I will be his God and he will be My son.

But for the cowardly and unbelieving and abominable and murderers and immoral persons and sorcerers and idolaters and all liars, their part will be in the lake that burns with fire and brimstone, which is the second death’” (Revelation 21:6-8 NIV).


Part Three: Weak, Deceived, Can’t Trust – Jeremiah 37 – 38

                                                        Part One

                                        THE FAITHFUL RECHABITES

                                                         Jeremiah 35


“…I have spoken to you again and again, but you have not listened. And the Lord has sent to you all His servants the prophets again and again, but you have not listened nor inclined your ear to hear…” (Jeremiah 25:3-4 NAS)

How many of you can say amen when you hear a parent say to their children, “I’ve told you time and time again. When will you hear? Can’t you understand what I’m saying?” I bet you’ve said the same thing to your children. Well, we’re all in good company, God said the same thing to His children down through the halls of history. And the result was always the same—rewards when they listened and consequences when they didn’t.


Biblical scholars tell us when God repeats something once it’s important, but when He repeats it over and over again—we’d better listen. And obey. The folks in Jeremiah’s day flat refused God’s warning. But don’t we do the same thing today? Filling the churches on Sunday, yet leaning to our own understanding the rest of the week?

The 35th Chapter of Jeremiah records the account of a family called the Rechabites. The father’s name was Jonadab who was the son of Rechab. By all accounts this family was tight. Rechab set the standard and the sons obeyed—as did their wives, children, and grandchildren.

What a novel occurrence–even in that day!

I read the chapter, and read it again. I needed to know more about these Rechabites. What prompted this father-leader and what caused the sons and their families to listen? Was he a warrior? A brutal man who demanded obedience? But it appears this was a family of scribes. A family whose grandfather was witness to the cleansing of Israel from Baal worship and the slaying of Ahab, Jezebel, and those who followed this despicable idol. You can find the history in 2 Kings 9 and 10. (Probably around 841 B.C.)


Can you imagine the conversations around the campfires at night? This scribe-father instructed his sons and their families to drink no wine, to build no houses, to sow no seed, nor plant vineyards, and to live in tents—and through generations they obeyed.

God told Jeremiah to invite these Rechabite men to the temple in Jerusalem, sometime probably around 609-606 B.C. and give them wine to drink. What? Would God do something like that to trick ’em? No. This was a test, to be used for an example. And these fathers passed with flying colors.

Would you?

Inside the pomp and circumstance of the temple chambers this family refused Jeremiah’s offer of wine and gave testimony to what they’d been taught. And God used them as a living example of obedience to His disobedient people in Judah.

God gave Jeremiah these words to speak to the inhabitants of Jerusalem:

“Will you not receive instruction by listening to My words? The words of Jonadab, the son of Rechab, which he commanded his sons not to drink wine, are observed. So they do not drink wine to this day, for they have obeyed their father’s command. But I have spoken to you again and again; yet you have not listened to Me” (Jeremiah 35:13-14 NAS).


And God pronounced judgment for His people’s disobedience. Total disaster! In 605 B.C., the King of Babylon first invaded Judah and carried 5,000 captives to Babylon.

But to the house of the Rechabites, for their obedience to listen and obey their fathers, God promised His reward: “Jonadab, the son of Rechab shall not lack a man to stand before me always.”

Folks, “always” means forever. We shall see all these sons of Rechab, standing before the Lord. Generations of them during the Millennium, in the New Heavens and Earth. Wouldn’t you love to hear that promise as a reward for your obedience? God’s gift to your children and grandchildren? During these days of great deception and falling away from the Word of God, what are the chances?

Slim to none if we don’t set our hearts, minds, and souls to listen and obey the Word of God. Every word He has spoken to you and to me over and over again—through His written Word, through His prophets, and preachers—through His Spirit. Maybe through your parents and grandparents, but especially through His Only Son, our Lord Jesus Christ, who told us:


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Part Two Wednesday: SLICING, DICING, AND BURNING, Jeremiah 36


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I am so happy to welcome my new friend, author, and speaker JANET THOMPSON. I read her blog earlier this week and asked permission to share with you. Janet Thompson is an international speaker, fre…

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I am so happy to welcome my new friend, author, and speaker JANET THOMPSON. I read her blog earlier this week and asked permission to share with you.

Janet Thompson is an international speaker, freelance editor, and award-winning author of 18 books including, new release Forsaken God?: Remembering the Goodness of God Our Culture Has Forgotten, and The Team That Jesus Built, Dear God, Why Can’t I Have a Baby?, Dear God They Say It’s Cancer, Praying for Your Prodigal Daughter, and the Face-to-Face Bible study Series. She is also the founder of Woman to Woman Mentoring and About His Work Ministries.

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“Have you ever wondered why Satan approached Eve and not Adam in the Garden of Eden? Why didn’t he go up to Adam and start challenging him about whether or not God really said they shouldn’t eat from the tree of wisdom? Let’s review Genesis 3:2-10 NLT:

The serpent was the shrewdest of all the wild animals the Lord God had made. One day he asked the woman, “Did God really say you must not eat the fruit from any of the trees in the garden?”

“Of course we may eat fruit from the trees in the garden,” the woman replied. “It’s only the fruit from the tree in the middle of the garden that we are not allowed to eat. God said, ‘You must not eat it or even touch it; if you do, you will die.’”

“You won’t die!” the serpent replied to the woman. “God knows that your eyes will be opened as soon as you eat it, and you will be like God, knowing both good and evil.”

The woman was convinced. She saw that the tree was beautiful and its fruit looked delicious, and she wanted the wisdom it would give her. So she took some of the fruit and ate it. Then she gave some to her husband, who was with her, and he ate it, too. At that moment their eyes were opened, and they suddenly felt shame at their nakedness. So they sewed fig leaves together to cover themselves.

When the cool evening breezes were blowing, the man and his wife heard the Lord God walking about in the garden. So they hid from the Lord God among the trees. Then the Lord God called to the man, “Where are you?”

10 He replied, “I heard you walking in the garden, so I hid. I was afraid because I was naked.”


When the shrewd serpent, AKA Satan, showed Eve how beautiful and delicious the fruit was, and she wouldn’t need God, Eve caved. Husbands want to please their wives. Since that day, the Devil has made it his mission to get women and men to choose evil over good, Satan’s ways, not God’s ways. Already owning the world, Satan goes after the Christians he loses who turn from their evil ways, repent from their sins, and choose to follow Jesus Christ. Not deterred, Satan still dangles that forbidden fruit in the form of lies, sin, temptations, pride . . . anything that makes us feel we don’t need God, just like when he tempted Jesus in the wilderness (Matthew 4:1-10).

Jesus used Scripture to fend off Satan. If we’re not grounded in God’s Word, we’re easily deceived and distracted by the Deceiver, the Ruler of this world. Mothers have a huge influence over their children’s beliefs: what they watch on television, the video games they play, the amount of time they spend on electronics, the friends they keep. A real and present danger is the lure of the secular world on women, and thus goes the next generation.


Since November 8 when the progressive liberals lost the presidential election, they have desperately tried to delegitimatize Donald Trump’s presidency. Refusing to accept defeat, they plotted a “Women’s March” in Washington DC the day after Inauguration Day. Supposedly, these women were marching for “women’s rights,” which were never clearly defined.

The rally featured speeches from activist Gloria Steinem, Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards, Democrat Elizabeth Warren (a fierce supporter of Hillary Clinton wearing a Planned Parenthood scarf) Madonna, actresses Ashley Judd, America Ferrara, and Scarlett Johansson, and director Michael Moore, among others.

Michael Moore . . . what does he have to do with women’s rights? Nothing! Then a group of largely women senators and other politicians took the stage.

In an article by Meghan Keneally, Good Morning American, titled “Politicians, Activists Rally Crowd at Women’s March in Washington,” Keneally noted: “With the timing and sheer number of people involved, it comes as little surprise that there are various causes attached to the march, which was largely billed as a demonstration in support of women’s rights and civil rights but for many has clear political undertones connected to the inauguration of Donald Trump.

This was obviously not a march for all women’s rights, since they barred all Pro-life groups!

This was also not a grassroots movement by a grandmother in Hawaii like the fake news media would have you believe. This was a well-planned Democrats’ attack aimed at President Donald Trump. So only Satan, the father of lies, could lure women, many bringing daughters, into marching for “women’s rights,” when it was actually political activists needing a big crowd to support their own agendas.

Even when asked why they were marching, most women quoted political election rhetoric, liberal media points, or didn’t have a clear answer. Satan’s trademark is confusion.

Women were the pawns of political interest groups, while supposedly protesting Donald Trump’s treatment of women. Ironic!

Maybe the women missed the fact that Donald Trump appointed Kellyanne Conway as the first woman presidential Campaign Manager and now Counselor and Advisor to the President? She broke a glass ceiling.

Some said they marched because of something Trump said over eleven years ago and publically asked forgiveness for and I wrote a blog about. Instead of granting him forgiveness, they knitted pink hats as idols to memorialize the vulgar word they’re protesting, and now demeaning slang words for women are freely rolling off their lips, yes including their young daughters. And Satan laughs!

So hypocritical when many at the march were yelling vulgarities, had obscenities on signs, and were listening to someone like Madonna give a profanity-laced, vulgar talk saying she thought about blowing up the White House. Does anyone see the dichotomy there? These women brought their daughters to hear Madonna who demeans women as sex symbols in her songs and costumes, has a filthy mouth, and talks of bombing the White House! She is a disgrace to womanhood and not a role model for our daughters. And the liberal anti-Trump Hollywood “stars” act in R rated movies exploiting women, participate in explicit sex scenes with other actors, and use vulgar language in movies and call it “art.”

Maybe they think President Trump is a racist? Really, what has he said that’s racist? He wants to help the inner cities and protect America from terrorists and illegals invading our country. He has many black pastors advising and supporting him. Were they marching against that?

Oh maybe they were marching against possibly losing the right to murder their babies, even up to the day before delivery? Ah Satan the tempter again: Did God really say life starts at conception? Did God really say thou shalt not kill?

Abortion never was or will be a woman’s right. Sex is a right and a choice, but it is not a right or choice to kill an unborn baby for convenience, pleasure, or wealth. Only Satan would tell a woman abortion was a right. But every unborn baby does have a right to life!

Could they be marching about losing Obamacare, because they might lose free abortions or birth control while the cost is skyrocketing and strapping families, businesses, and doctors are overwhelmed with paperwork? There will be a replacement for Obamacare and there are safe clinics that help women get medical checkups and provide help with pregnancies. It’s Satan’s lie that women will lose health benefits without Planned Parenthood.

Exactly what real “rights” were they marching for?

Women love getting together for a cause and climbed on planes, buses, and vans, but listening to them shout obscenities, wave signs with vulgarities, and denounce a newly inaugurated president wasn’t unifying. It isn’t God’s way. It is Satan whispering in their ears: God’s ways don’t work in today’s culture. Your rights are more important! God’s irrelevant in 2017. You don’t need Him. It’s all about you.

And that brings me to my heartbreak: I know Christians were marching.

The liberal progressive activists, who sponsored that march, stand for everything that opposes the Bible and God.

They didn’t open or close in prayer. There was no praise music. Not one pastor spoke. They only mentioned God’s name in vain. Instead they promoted hate, creating unrest, division, disruption, disunity, and denouncing a freely elected President.

Christians don’t support abortion of precious babies, the liberal progressive agenda of same sex marriage, the demonizing of Christian values, the denial of male and female genders, the removal of God from the public square, or the denouncing of Israel  . . . so what would draw a Christian woman to a march like this?

Here’s what Christian women should grab their sneakers and their daughters and hit the streets to march against: sex trafficking, child prostitution, childhood cancer or any cancer, selling drugs to youth and drug addiction, bullying, abortion. March for pro life, to help single moms or for women in countries who really have no rights because American women have amazing rights!

I believe that anyone who would turn out for the liberal “Women’s March” is looking for role models and mentors in all the wrong places. They are listening to the mainstream media and following the culture. The church needs to step up and provide mentors, guidance, and the Truth from the Word of God not from the world! Why are Christian women listening to Hollywood? Madonna? Gloria Steinem? Michael Moore? The same serpent that deceived Eve?

President Trump cannot turn America back to God. It’s time for the women of the church to get involved. How many of you know a woman who marched who you could have counseled? Wake up Christian women. God is calling you to get involved!

I hope you will share this post and pray about how God is calling you to be part of a revival. The doors have opened with President Trump’s and the conservative platform’s victory. Now we must do our part because the battle has just begun.

I want to close with a personal story to share with any who think abortion is a woman’s “right.” I praise God every day that the 15 year-old Hispanic birth mother of my amazing twelve-year old grandson never went into a Planned Parenthood clinic. Yes, he was her second baby, so they would have eagerly advised her to get a quick abortion and head back to school to continue with her life. But praise God, she chose to give Brandon the right to his life, and blessed a childless couple by choosing them to become the forever parents of this precious gift of God. That young girl did continue with her life knowing she chose to cherish life and will never suffer the haunting nightmares of so many women who chose to sacrifice life.”

Read more of Brandon’s story in Dear God, Why Can’t I Have a Baby? A Companion Guide for Couples on the Infertility Journey

If you’ve had an abortion or know someone considering it please read: Prisoners of Choice.

Another confirming article written by a woman about how women were pawns in what was really a political activists march: Billionaire George Soros Has Ties to more that 50 ‘partners’ to the Women’s March on Washington.

Janet Thompson is an international speaker, freelance editor, and award-winning author of 18 books including, new release Forsaken God?: Remembering the Goodness of God Our Culture Has Forgotten, and The Team That Jesus Built, Dear God, Why Can’t I Have a Baby?, Dear God They Say It’s Cancer, Praying for Your Prodigal Daughter, and the Face-to-Face Bible study Series. She is also the founder of Woman to Woman Mentoring and About His Work Ministries.

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