Day 26: Brothers and Sisters
When Cain killed his brother Abel, God asked Him to account for his brother’s whereabouts. Cain’s retort is revealing. After murdering him in essence he says, “Don’t ask me, I’m not responsible for him.” That seems similar to how we sometimes respond today.
With so many abortions occurring, we ask, “What’s happening to all the children?” And those responsible are denying any accountability for those lost lives. Maybe there’s something about death that hardens our sensibilities. There are plenty of women who feel the regret of deciding to abort, but there are also just as many who claim to feel only relief. But I think even those of us who have never personally experienced an abortion have responsibility to those pre-born children. We can speak up for them, show compassion for them when they survive an abortion, and pray, especially during these remaining two weeks, that their lives will become a living testament to God’s care and concern for all His creation.
We are indeed the keepers of our littlest brothers and sisters.
Find out more at the.
- Day 25: Hope Keeps Alive
- Day 24: Generational Pain
- Day 23: Doctors in the House
- Day 22: Dear Dads
- Day 21: The Others
- Day 20: Not So Great Expectations
- Days 18 & 19: Weekend Break
- Day 17: Does Anyone Care?
- Day 16: His First Home
- Day 15: A Different Kind of Choice
- Day 14: Even Now
- Day 13: Wondrous Love
- Day 12: The Real Reason Why
- Day 11: Exhausted and Spent
- Day 10: Every Breath We Take
- Day 9: First Things First
- Day 8: In the Power of Our Hand
- Day 7: Somebody Prayed for Them
- Day 6: Knowing Us
- Day 5: Mercy in the Midst of Judgment
- Day 4: Not for the Faint of Heart
- Day 3: The Unborn Child as Lazarus?