Is Abortion In America A Genocide?

abortion is murder Is Abortion In America A Genocide?

There has been good news recently regarding abortions in America.  Surgical abortions have slightly decreased in number since the 1990’s.  The bad news is that the morning-after pill is now used five times more frequently than surgical abortion.  The general consensus is that a morning after pill taken 24 hours after intercourse is effective in preventing a pregnancy.  A newer ‘contraceptive’, ellaOne, is effective up to five days after intercourse.  (ABC News Medical Unit, 2/1/2010)  If this pill is effective for five days, is it not preventing an already fertilized egg from attaching to the uterus?  For those who believe life begins at conception, this is not contraception, this is abortion.

Americans have committed over 50 million abortions since Roe v. Wade in 1973.  Many believe strongly that abortion is the murder of innocent children, deprived of their unalienable right to pursue life, liberty, and happiness in this life. It is a grievous fact that 1/6 of the current U.S. population has fallen victim to mass murder.

The greatest violator in this murder of innocents is Planned Parenthood.  When Americans want to understand their roots, they study the hearts and minds of the founding fathers.  When people are curious about Christianity, they study the life of its founder, Jesus Christ.  Likewise, if one wants to understand Planned Parenthood, it is necessary to study the life and ideas of its originator.

Margaret Sanger established Planned Parenthood for the purpose of promoting birth control as a tool for “racial purification.”  Both Sanger and Adolph Hitler embraced Darwin’s theory of ‘survival of the fittest’ and used eugenics to apply his theory to the human race.  Sanger believed birth control would produce a “race of thoroughbreds.”  (The Birth Control Review, 1921, p.2)

The founder of Planned Parenthood addressed blacks and poor immigrants in Pivot of Civilization, referring to them as “…human weeds,’ ‘reckless breeders’, ‘spawning…human beings who never should have been born.’”  She believed that couples should have to submit an application to have a child.  Poverty could only be eliminated by reducing or eliminating reproduction among the poor.  “The most merciful thing that a large family does to one of its infant members is to kill it,” Sanger concluded.  (Women and the New Race, Eugenics Publication Co., 1920, 1923)

Sanger’s evil goal was embodied in her Negro Project.   “We do not want word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population.”  (Woman’s Body, Woman’s Right: A Social History of Birth Control in America, by Linda Gordon)  Margaret Sanger not only blasphemed the sanctity of life but also the sanctity of marriage.  “The marriage bed is the most degenerating influence in the social order.” (Birth Control in America, p. 23)  Sanger’s belief is contrary to the teaching of God’s Word, “Marriage is honorable in all, and the bed undefiled; but whoremongers and adulterers God will judge.” (Hebrews 13:4)

Would someone in leadership at Planned Parenthood please explain to the American people how and when Sanger’s Negro Project was abandoned? Can’t you see a black man walking up out of a typical, American inner city crying for an answer to his question, “Why are all these abortion clinics in my neighborhood but they are not in your neighborhoods?”

Atlanta’s Center for Disease Control released these alarming statistics.  Since 1973, the third leading cause of death among African Americans was cancer (1,638,350).  The second leading cause of death was heart disease (2,266,789).  And the number one leading cause of death was abortion (13 million).  Black women comprise 13% of the U.S. female population (age 15-44) but they have undergone 36% of all U.S. abortions.  Black women are more than five times more likely than white women to have an abortion (Alan Guttmacher Institute).  No wonder Clenard Childress says,  “The most dangerous place for an African-American is in the womb.”

Were Margaret Sanger alive today, she would be very pleased to know that some have estimated nearly 16 million black women have had abortions since 1973.  On average, 1,876 black babies are aborted every day in the United States.  “Since the number of current living blacks (in the U.S.) is 36 million, the missing 16 million represents an enormous loss, for without abortion, America’s black community would now number 52 million persons.  It would be 36 % larger than it is today.  Abortion has swept through the black community like a scythe, cutting down every fourth member.”  (Michael Novak, noted theologian and author quoted by Mychal Massie in his article Congressional Black Caucus Sold Their Souls)

The unborn Black babies had an advocate in Jesse Jackson back in the 1970’s during the Roe v. Wade debate.  “If it is growing, it is living,” Jackson said. “What happens to the mind of a person, and the moral fabric of a nation, that accepts the aborting of the life of a baby without a pang of conscience? What kind of a person, and what kind of a society will we have 20 years hence if life can be taken so casually?”  But by 1988, perhaps after the checks started coming in from Planned Parenthood, Reverend Jackson was no longer an advocate for life, “It is not right to impose private, religious, and moral positions on public policy,” he declared.

Do thirteen million murders constitute genocide?  The U.S. Supreme Court approved a social system set up by the U.S. Government that is doubtlessly destroying families.  What the government funds, the government controls.   Ironically, poverty has only increased since LBJ declared his war on poverty back in the 1960′s.  Billions of dollars have been delegated to social welfare programs enabling the government control over the masses, a fact supported by Thomas Sowell and Walter Williams, two black philosophers and professors.  Both declare that blacks will experience genocide if they cannot be freed from the welfare plantations the government has put them on.

Is it fair to call it genocide?  The decision to abort still rests with the young black females who have been taught a worldview that diminishes the value of human life.  Sadly, many have embraced the idea that abortion is a viable way to avoid the consequences of an unwanted pregnancy and many have never read the words in Deuteronomy 30:19  “…I have set before you life and death, blessing and cursing; therefore choose life, that both you and your descendants may live.”

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Profiling: We All Do It

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Profiling?  We all do it.  Don’t deny it.  If you are breathing, you are profiling.  No one would deny that profiling can sometimes be very hurtful.  It is unpleasant when you are the book that is being judged by its cover.  It is certainly wrong to assign guilt based on color or certain character traits before gathering facts and  providing for a fair trial.  We tend to think of profiling in racial terms only.  We also profile by gender.  We profile by faith.  We profile by age.  We profile geographically, philosophically, economically and socially.

Profiling is the process of using specific characteristics or traits to make a generalization about a person.  When I was dating the woman who would become my wife I did some serious profiling.  There were certain traits and characteristics I was looking for.  She was also profiling me.  When my wife and I started looking for a church for our family to attend we did some serious profiling.  We were looking for certain theological and ministerial traits that we could agree with and devote to.

Most profiling is based on the analysis of statistics.  Proponents of school choice profile certain schools by looking at graduation rates, attendance rates and test scores.  If the school is performing poorly they want to be free to choose another school where there children may have a greater opportunity to be successful.

When my six year old son is old enough to date, his mother and I will be doing some serious profiling.  We will want to know what traits characterize the girl who has captured his interest.  We will expect her to have some spiritual qualities, some intellectual capabilities and some domestic talents and I would expect her father and mother to profile my son in the same way we will be profiling their daughter.

Not too many years ago, it was not so uncommon for fathers here in the south to sit on their porches and profile, not so subtly, the young men who wanted to date their daughters.  They did that forcefully with a certain instrument in their hands.  If the boy of interest were a thug, a useless, lazy slug who had no direction or ambition in your life, if he was self-obsessed and out to exploit the daughter simply to satisfy his own sexual lusts…he was quickly profiled and told to get lost, emphatically.

When my wife and I adopted our son six years ago, we were asked to create a profile of ourselves, our family and our home.  We put together the best project we could come up with.  We were told by our case-worker that we should downplay the “Christian thing”.  “Mothers, especially young mothers, are put off if it appears you are too religious.”  Shannon and I discussed that and decided we wanted to be totally honest about who we are.  We made religion a central part of our profile because it is a central part of our home.  A few months later we got a call from Lacey, the birth mother of our son, Kameron.  She profiled us.  She chose us to be the parents of her son because of what she saw in our profile.

Again, profiles are based on statistics.  We profile certain neighborhoods in our city.  There are places we won’t go as a family or when we are alone because the crime-rate in these specific places deemed them unsafe.  It is not because they are white, black, Hispanic or Asian…it is because the statistics show they are dangerous places.

Crime investigators have been extremely successful in using psychological profiling to assist them in tracking down criminals.  They have discovered that many people who have been abused as children display abnormal behaviors as adults.  It they were involved in petty crimes in their youth they are more likely to be participate in serious crimes as adults.

Local pastors in my community have learned to profile couples who seem to be safe from divorce.  When a couple comes in for counseling they ask them the following questions:  Do you attend church together?  Do you read your Bibles together?  Do you pray together?  If the answers to these questions are affirmative the chance this couple will divorce is nearly non-existent.

As a teacher I often profile my students.  Years of experience have taught me to look for certain traits that will indicate whether my students will experience academic success or not.  A twenty-year veteran teacher can tell after just the first few days of school which students will excel and which students will struggle academically.

As a parent, I profile what television programs my six-year old can watch.  I profile what music he can listen to and what computer games he can play.  He is not always excited about my choices but until I consider him old enough to make those decisions for himself, I am the profiler-in-chief.

We are so opposed to profiling here in the United States that the system we have developed to provide security from terrorists is insanely inefficient and offensive.  Trained agents groin grope and strip search ninety year old grandmothers and nine year old children.  They look for things instead of profile people.  Why have the Israelis been so successful in preventing terrorist attacks on their airlines?  They unabashedly profile those boarding Israeli flights.  They are highly trained and if you fit a certain profile you are pulled aside for some rapid fire questioning that is designed to make it impossible for you to pull the wool over their eyes.

Americans are accustomed to the inconsistent reaction to profiling in America.  The recent incident involving Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman perfectly demonstrates our inconsistencies.  Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton and Louis Farrakhan were all very eager to ride their steeds into Sanford, Florida, to save the day.  They framed this crime as white on black even though Zimmerman is Hispanic.  They successfully stirred up racial animosity in the community while blatantly ignoring the innumerable black on black crimes that are common throughout the nation.  It is statistically proven that black on black crimes are much more common than white on black crimes or black on white crimes.  Why is this acceptable?  Why do these black leaders turn their heads on crime in black neighborhoods as if those living there are of less value than those living in a gated community?

Profiling is not always a bad thing.  Profiling is not always racism.  When one properly interprets the statistics, profiling can be a life-saving procedure and it can improve the security of our communities and our nation.

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Will Obamacare Survive The Supreme Court?

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The Supreme Court has decided many landmark cases that have had a generational impact on our society.  The Dred Scott vs. Sandford Case (1857) determined whether all Americans would be protected by the Constitution.  Brown vs. Board of Education (1954) declared state laws that segregated blacks from whites in the public school system unconstitutional.  The court agreed in Roe vs. Wade (1973) that the “due process” clause of the 14th amendment extended the right of women to choose to abort their babies.  These momentous decisions determined the projectile of the future of cultural America.  Decisions of the Supreme Court have impacted the income tax system in 1895, the Social Security Act in 1937 and the Civil Rights and Voting Rights Acts in 1964 and 1965.

The docket of our land’s highest court this year will include immigration, voting rights, gay marriage, and affirmative action.  Perhaps the most important case to be considered by the court this year has been the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare, which was passed into law on March 23, 2010.  The importance of this review is enormous considering its effect on the future of all Americans.  Proponents of this law get back slaps for attempting to offer insurance for 30 million uninsured Americans. The methods chosen to enforce the new law have been debated for months.  The Supreme Court’s decision pertaining to the constitutionality of the law will have repercussions on the re-election campaign of our sitting president as well as the power of our Congress to regulate commerce.

There are certain provisions in the law that would seem to be very beneficial and humanitarian at face value.  Seniors would benefit from free wellness exams.  Children up to age 26 (why are 26 year olds being categorized as children?) may be covered on their parent’s policies.  Proponents of the law will argue that it is justified by the right of Congress to “regulate commerce” (Article 1, Section 8, Clause 3).  It is their opinion that this bill will improve the general welfare of Americans.  The Constitution states that the imposition of taxes is necessary and appropriate in order to reach the goal of improving the lives of American citizens. So why have 26 states coalesced to oppose the measure?

The authors of this bill determined that it could not be effective unless all Americans participated.  The majority of Americans are troubled by the fact there is no provision to opt out.  Many consider the requirement for all to buy healthcare to be a contradiction to the principles of our capitalistic, free enterprise system.  Beginning in 2014, everyone must have bought into the health insurance plan or pay a tax penalty of $95 in 2014 to increase to $695 in 2016.  The penalty for a family that hasn’t bought in by 2016 will be $2,085.  The fee is identified as a ‘penalty’ in an attempt to avoid using the word all Americans have learned to hate, ‘tax’.

Solicitor General Donald B. Verrilli, Jr., representing the government in the Supreme Court, has made the argument that Congress clearly has a right to regulate commerce.  Healthcare must be provided.  It must be financed, and an ‘individual mandate’ that requires the purchase of healthcare is necessary for the physical and financial health of the nation.

Opponents of Obamacare will question the government doing something it has never done before: requiring Americans to participate in commerce.  Our Constitution was written to limit the powers of the government.  They see the passage of this law as a trespass of the government into the pastures of individual liberties.

The Supreme Court generally leans slightly conservative.  Justices Antonia Scalia, Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito Jr., Anthony Kennedy, and Chief Justice John Roberts are more likely to vote against the bill while Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Stephen Breyer, Sonia Sotomayor, and Elena Kagan can be trusted to support it.  To pass muster in the Supreme Court, the bill needs to convert at least one conservative to acquire a 5-4 vote.

That may prove difficult considering Mr. Verrilli was only three minutes into his defense of the mandate when Justice Kennedy began some strong questioning:  “Are there any limits?”, he asked.  If the government can make us buy health insurance, what else might the government make us buy?  Will we be forced to buy Chevy Volts to save on the consumption of oil?  Will we be forced to buy healthy vegetables and prohibited from purchasing donuts to insure we don’t draw too heavily from the nation’s health insurance plan?  Will the purchase of cigarettes become illegal by penalty of law?

Adam Smith would be spinning in his grave if he could see the amputation of his ‘invisible hand’.  The government has already wrested control of our education system from the American people.  Will Americans allow their healthcare system, which represents 18% of the entire U.S. economy, to be hijacked by their government?  We are no longer creeping toward socialism; rather, we are leaping and bounding toward a socialistic, government controlled society.

The justices must finally decide if the bill is constitutional.  If it is not, is it only the individual mandate that makes it unconstitutional?  If the individual mandate is cut from the bill, does it then become constitutional?  The court’s decision regarding Obamacare will be known near the end of June, just in time to influence the Democratic and Republican National Conventions.  It may be a lose/lose situation for Obama.  If the bill is struck down, his greatest achievement as president will go up in smoke. If the Supreme Court affirms the bill, it may be the impetus for unifying a divided Republican Party, which may then be a greater motivation to run a winning campaign against the incumbent president.

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Can Anyone Discover The Meaning In Life?

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There is a character in Greek mythology named Sisyphus, was the legendary founder and first king of Corinth.  He was a reputed master of deceit who successfully tricked Th’natos, the demon of death, into imprisonment in the underworld.  Thus, mortals were no longer susceptible to death.  Ares, the god of war was especially troubled that men could no longer die.  Sisyphus was called before Zeus to answer for his antics. He was found guilty of interfering with the work of the gods.  Th’natos was released and Sisyphus was sentenced to an eternal life of drudgery, that of rolling a huge boulder up a hill and watching it roll down again and then repeating the process ad infinitum.

Very few humans can escape the drudgery of everyday life.  We are often fatigued by our daily grind. Sometimes we crave for spontaneity to break up the monotonous routine. We can become exasperated with feelings of futility. What is the purpose of it all?  What have I really accomplished?  Is this really all there is to life?  What is the true meaning of life?  Why am I here?  What is the end of it all?

Philosophers down through the ages have tried to answer these questions. French philosopher Albert Camus believed that humans spend their lives trying to convince themselves that their existence is not absurd.

William Shakespeare divided human life into seven different stages:

“All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players;

They have their exits and their entrances, And one man in his time plays many parts…”

Every life begins in infancy and then advances through the following stages: school boy, lover, soldier, middle age, decline, and old age.  Shakespeare seems despondent in his observation. We come full circle.  We start out as children, and we end as a child. The eyes weaken, the ears no longer hear, the taste buds malfunction, and we become oblivious to the world until we just fade away.

The great 20th century novelist Thomas Wolfe wrote in his essay God’s Lonely Man, “The whole conviction of my life now rests upon the belief that loneliness, far from being a rare and curious phenomenon, peculiar to myself and to a few other solitary men, is the central and inevitable fact of human existence.”  He observed the “huge unhappiness of the human soul.”  What is the reason behind this epidemic of human unhappiness?  When the true meaning of life remains undiscovered, it leads to feelings of futility and frustration.

How would the common, secular American citizen answer the question, “What is the meaning of life?”  The meaning of life is:

  • “To love one another.”
  • “To live peaceably with others.”
  • “To be creative and contribute to the good of society.”
  • “To have a family and a home.”
  • “To accumulate the most toys.”

Who could disagree with these idealistic ramblings?  These may indeed be the effects of a meaningful life, but what is the cause of true meaning in life?  What is the source of love? What is the source of peace and goodness?

Those who call themselves Christ-followers have a Christian worldview that places God at the center of all meaning in life.  He is the source of all happiness and fulfillment in life. A life that is not God-centered has no meaning.  Jesus summed it up by saying, “My food is to do the will of him who sent me.”  (John 4:34)  He was saying that the entirety of his human life revolved around the will of the transcendent God.

One African ruler traveled over 1,000 miles to observe first hand the wisdom of the legendary Solomon. No man on earth was wiser than he. He posed this question and wrote a book attempting to answer it:  “How can anyone discover the meaning of life?” (Ecclesiastes 7:24)  Solomon, like many after him, observed that life could become tiresome, unfulfilling, and insignificant. He too felt the frustration of feeling his life spin out of control. He concluded that one could never discover meaning in life apart from God, for he is the one who has placed “eternity in the hearts of men.” (Ecc. 3:11)

Haven’t we all felt the darkness of despair, then feel relief when despair takes wings to fly away? Unfortunately, some people live wretched lives in which an emptiness has rooted in their souls, and it never leaves. For a few, the anguish they feel drives them over the edge.  Most people die naturally, but some cannot take it anymore, and they end their own lives.

The enemy would like us to believe that there is no meaning in life. This suggestion becomes absurd when we consider that each one has been created in the very image of the Source of all meaning.  Darkness envelops the soul when we believe ourselves to be meaning-making machines.  When we replace God with humanity, when we substitute reality with our own illusion, when we assign importance to material substance rather than spiritual truth, we lose all meaning in life.

God is never the source of despair or discouragement or despondency. Rather, He is the author of hope and promise. True meaning in life is found in Christ Jesus. He offered hope to the desperate when he died on the cross. He conquered death to provide meaning in our lives. Those who believe in the living Christ and dedicate themselves to His purpose are ultimately and entirely satisfied.  His purpose is that we might spend eternity basking in the glory of His presence.

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When Liberals Choose Their Own Truth

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Both liberals and conservatives can get it wrong sometimes.  We live in depravity, and our minds are not perfect.  Those who are knowledgeable of their own mental shortcomings and humble enough to admit them may offset some of their weaknesses by turning to the Source of all truth.  Jesus said, “I am the way, the truth and the life.” (John 14:6)  Men cannot arrive at wisdom by wandering about in the mud of his own mind; wisdom can only be found by looking to a transcendent Source that reveals His wisdom in a love letter written to those He created. We acquire wisdom when we reverence God.  “The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom.” (Psalm 111:10)

Many of the liberal persuasion are quick to turn away from the Source of wisdom.  This brings great mental confusion as was predicted by the prophet Isaiah, “Woe to those who call evil good and good evil, who put darkness for light and light for darkness, who put bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter.”(5:20) Truth provided by God’s word is like an ancient GPS. It directs us.  It speaks to us and shows us the way.  If we fail to heed its warnings, we will surely lose our way.  “There is a way that seems right to a man, but in the end it leads to death.” (Proverbs 14:12)

The truths found in scripture are absolute.  They are not malleable nor can they be textured to suit our own persuasions. They are the everlasting words of the Almighty God. We are warned not to add to his words, or “he will rebuke you and prove you a liar.” (Proverbs 30:6)  We are cautioned not to subtract from his eternal truth because “if anyone takes words away from this book of prophecy, God will take away from him his share in the tree of life and in the holy city, which are described in this book.” (Revelation 22:19)  For some, this makes no sense because they don’t believe in the Bible.  God has so mysteriously and miraculously designed us with a consciousness centered in the heart.  This consciousness makes us aware of ourselves and aware of a Holy God.  Disbelief is not a problem of the intellect. It’s not a problem of logic. It is a problem of the heart.  Belief starts in the heart, not the mind.  “For it is with your heart that you believe and are justified…” (Romans 10:10)

The unbelieving mind questions and even tries to eliminate the absolute truths of God’s word.  It embraces a relative truth rather than an absolute truth.  Some would simply declare that real truth cannot be discovered. Others will declare that it doesn’t matter if they ever grasp truth; what is really important to them is that they are sincere in what they believe and do.  Premarital sex, homosexuality, and adultery are all justified by asking the question, “Are they really in love?”  Somehow, being ‘really in love’ justifies violating laws written for men by an eternal God.

If you were slated to have open heart surgery, would you want your doctor to be sincere or competent?  Sincerity is a warm, fuzzy that makes everyone feel good.  But when it gets down to the nitty-gritty, absolute truth trumps sincerity any day.

Some will justify their choice of relative truth over absolute truth by promoting the myth that a situation can make it right.  They believe that truth depends on circumstances.  An adulterous affair is acceptable as long as neither family finds out. Killing an unborn child is ethically acceptable if the mother is poor or simply too immature to rear a child. Those who make moral choices based on whether those choices bring comfort or make other people feel happy have created their own moral compass.

The moral relativist tends to develop their own ethical constructs when it suits their own purposes.  The conservative, right leaning mind does the same thing. That is why it is important for a liberal or a conservative to base their beliefs on “God’s solid foundation (which) stands firm” (2 Tim. 2:19) The Word of God is the moral compass that will lead both mindsets to the truth.  The moral relativist tries to choose his own direction.  Imagine being lost in a deep, dark forest and pulling out a compass only to make your own choice about which way is north?  Many are roaming endlessly in a black forest of confusion and despair because they have not yet discovered that “the truth will set (them) free.” (John 8:32)

There is no human logic that can dismantle the absolute truth of the Creator.  It may have been Woody Allen who said, “If you want to make God laugh, tell him your plans.”  God must laugh even louder when we tell him how much we know.  Job was humbled when he contemplated the answer to God’s question, “Where were you when I laid the foundations of the earth? Tell me, if you know so much.” (Job 38:4)  Isaiah was echoing this thought when he said, “As the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways and my thoughts than your thoughts.” (55:9)

The wisdom of the secular humanist, the relativist, pales in comparison to the wisdom of God.  The liberal mind that seeks truth in his own understanding and ignores God violates the warning of God to such men, “Trust in the LORD with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding.” (Proverbs 3:5)  This truth cannot be opposed.  This truth awakens fear in the hearts of men, a fear they cannot explain.  They cannot refute it. They cannot disprove this truth so, as a last resort, they desperately try to silence it.  The most popular way to do this is to proclaim to their opponents, “You’re being judgmental!”

The inconsistencies are glaring.  They blow their bugle for tolerance, but it is a selective tolerance.  They are tolerant for homosexuals, but not heterosexuals. They are tolerant for Muslims and atheists, but not Christians. They are tolerant for socialism, but not capitalism. They have ignored scriptural truth and built their own Babel of truth.  They have decided to be their own gods and determine their own direction.

The ultimate danger for a conservative or a liberal who turns their back on God’s truth is the possibility that he will give “them over to a depraved mind, to do what ought not to be done.”  God has demonstrated over and over again how patient and long-suffering he is.  But here is one absolute truth we dare not ignore, “My Spirit will not contend with man forever, for he is mortal.” (Gen. 6:3)  We only have so much time to find the truth that will set us free.

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