A sobering look at why certain forms of contraception are really abortion by any other name….
BRAZIL, December 17, 2008 (LifeSiteNews.com) – In the early days of the human race, Cain killed Abel and buried him, and the Bible says that Abel’s blood cried out from the ground. The murder of Abel did not go unpunished or forgotten.
In the end times, the Bible tells us that rivers, seas and the fountains of water will “become blood as of a dead man” (Revelation 16:3-4), explaining that because of the shedding of innocent blood (see Revelation 16:5-6), judgment shall come.
From the beginning to the end, the Bible makes it clear that no murder of innocents goes unpunished, because their blood cries out for justice.
Today, perhaps in fulfillment of these prophesies, rivers have become deposits of annihilated lives. Hundreds of millions of women use pills and other birth-control devices that provoke micro-abortions that end flushed in toilets, and then into rivers.
The current generation was conditioned not to know or care that one of the functions of contraception is to provoke imperceptible micro-abortions. (To understand the way IUD and hormonal methods annihilate recently-conceived lives in the womb, see here).
How many users of “the pill” know that hormonal contraception not only prevents conception, but also prevents a newly-conceived embryo from implanting in the mother’s uterus? A new human being, too tiny to see, dies of hunger, and is flushed out of his mother’s body with her next menstrual cycle. The contraceptive pill not only represents the refusal of God’s gift of new life, but it actively destroys it.
The current generation lives a planned and conditioned life, where the priority is material comfort and pleasure. With that mentality, children become burdens and hindrances. With contraception, they become options and disposable items, where governments and individuals impose controls and limitations.
In an age of planning, it is easy to discard human life. Even those who are called Christians use the same worldly means, spilling innocent blood into rivers.
The rest of the article can be found here. From my perspective, it tends to ramble a bit into other areas of concern to the writer and may not add much to the main point. I.e., that as this EPM report outlines, many forms of the pill can work as a chemical abortificant.
This should be of grave concern to all those who are pro-life, lest we also unwittingly partake in the culture of death that regards life as disposable when it becomes an inconvenience.