Oh my God! How could this be? What an awful thought. I know, I know. Sound like anything you would say in reaction to the title of this paper? I felt exactly the same way when I heard what I now know was the voice of Holy Spirit(The third Personage of the Holy Trinity)say to me that abortion was an abomination of desolation, not the Abomination of Desolation which is widely known in the Christian circles around the world. But if you will, allow me to “borrow” this term for a moment. Consider the mind of God concerning children, and His thoughts about sending them to the Earth. Would He term abortion an abomination? What about the fact that it literally makes the “temple” desolate? The temple I’m referring to is the temple of our flesh. The scripture says “Know ye not that we are the temple of the living God.”(1Cor3v16, 1Cor 6v19,2Cor 6v16). Seems to me there’s more to this abortion thing than we really know. Lets explore this Revelation and see if there’s any substance to its claim.
First, we will look at God’s mind concerning children and His purpose for sending them to the Earth. I have learned from many prominent men of God and they all agree that Genesis is the Book of Beginnings, so if God establishes anything in the scriptures you can find its root in this book. In the first chapter of Genesis the 28th verse we find Gods first instruction to them was to be “fruitful and multiply.” Interesting, out of all He would have to say to man(male and female) over the millennia, bearing children would proceede it all. Anyone who knows anything about God would have to see this as intensely significant to say the least. Even Eve’s, name which means mother of all living is a clear indicator of her purpose.
When instituting the Covenant of Faith with Abraham the father of our faith, his seed was such an invaluable part of this Covenant that God made it with them while they were yet in Abraham’s loins. So that, without his seed, the covenant between he and God would have died with him had the Lord not blessed him with Ishmael and Isaac, making him the father of”many” nations. Looking back through history, it was and is Abraham’s seed that inherited the promised blessings of this covenant. Where then would we be if Haggai and Sarah had aborted Ishmael and Isaac? How many of us have aborted our Ishmael and Isaac, consequently forfeiting the promises of God concerning us? Would God, being life, call abortion an abomination?
Psalms 127 gives our next peep into the thoughts of God concerning children. Here God, by the hand of David, calls children “a heritage of the Lord.” Webster defines heritage as “property that is inherited; something handed down from past generations; a legacy.” How then could we rationally destroy what God has given us as a heritage and at the same time say we seek to please Him? Or better yet, who will be there to inherit the blessings if we continue to abort our children? Our houses will be left desolate! Could this be the plan of the enemy?