Dear Friends and Family of the Preborn Child,
December 2nd the Mississippi case prohibiting the killing of a preborn child after 15 weeks (Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization) came on for oral argument before the U.S. Supreme Court.
We will not know the court’s decision until June. What we do know from the verbal discussion that took place is that the judges realize this is a moral question over their heads.
Martin Luther King, in prayer, decided not to lead a march to the Supreme Court but rather assemble on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in order that he might take the case for the equal humanity and personhood of the black man over the heads of the Supreme Court. He took the case in prayer to God Himself. He told the nation and the world that he had a dream.
This year, while the Supreme Court is weighing it’s decision, we need to take the case for the equal humanity and personhood of the preborn child to God Himself on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. The Supreme Court will be listening and learning.
Alveda King, niece of the late Martin Luther King, has become a forceful and persuasive pro-life spoke person. Jeanne Mancini, who heads the March for Life, may wish to invite Alveda King to speak from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial and tell of her dream for preborn children. Unlike the Supreme Court, there is nothing to guard inside the Lincoln Memorial except a cold statue. A picture is worth a thousand words and in the past, pro-lifers have been pictured in the liberal press as “needing to be guarded by phalanxes of police to keep them from rioting and storming the court to get at the judges inside” – something they would never do to begin with.
In these “covid times”, a large gathering on the ellipse to hear speakers followed by a shoulder to shoulder march to the court is no longer practical – a gathering only on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial is practical (Lincoln stood for ‘equality’ – we stand for the equal humanity and personhood of the preborn child from conception). A gathering there to petition our Creator on behalf of preborn children in prayer and supplication, with Alveda King as the keynote speaker will take our case for equality and the right to life for preborn innocents to God Himself.
We are advocating for an unalienable right – a right of NATURAL LAW – a Law above the law; the Law of God Himself, enshrined and protected by the Great Commandment “THOU SHALT NOT KILL”.
In the face of such truth, the Supreme Court may be ennobled to have courage, something a majority of the Conservatives on the court seem to lack as we hear them waffle and look for a way out at the oral argument that took place before the court on December 2. As we heard the judges speak, it was apparent they were protecting their own turf and running from their consciences.
Martin Luther King connected with the conscience of the nation with his “I have a dream” speech from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. What is our dream for preborn children and the nation?
Yours very sincerely and respectfully,