To Live or Die–Who Decides?

“Never Neglect a Child: Ex. 20:13; Matt. 18:10.

In a remote district of Wales a baby boy lay dangerously ill. The widowed mother walked five miles through the night in a drenching rain to get the doctor. He hesitated about making the unpleasant trip.

He questioned, “Would it pay?”

He knew he would receive no money for his services, and, besides, the child, if his life was saved, would no doubt— become a poor laborer. But love for humanity, and a sense of professional duty, conquered, and the little life was saved.

Years after, when this same child, Lloyd George, became chancellor of the exchequer, the old doctor said, “I never dreamed that in saving the life of that child on the farm hearth, I was saving the life of a national leader.”

God is constantly justified in the responsibilities He has placed upon us for preserving life, both material and spiritual, and in withholding from us the power to decide whether or not a little child is worthy to live or die.”—The Expositor; Vol. 20; No. 229; October, 1918.

David Lloyd George was Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from December 6, 1916 until October 19, 1922  ◊ “Induced abortion is the leading cause of death in the United States.”—Rev. Clenard Childress, Jr. ◊ “Every child is a precious gift from God; When we look into the eyes of a newborn child there is no doubt we see the beauty of the human soul, and the mystery of God’s great creation. We know that every life has meaning and that every life is totally worth protecting.”—President Donald J. Trump. ◊ What is abortion?