Jesus Christ is the Ruler over the kings of the earth.
– Revelation 1:5
First, as an organization grounded upon Biblical Christianity, we give praise and thanks to God for His great mercy expressed to our nation today in the epoch-defining Dobbs v Jackson decision. We have not earned such wonderful favor from the Lord, and yet, in His great kindness to us in Christ, the Living God has heard our prayers and had mercy upon our wayward nation.
Next, we call upon all those in South Carolina who love life and hate innocent bloodshed to immediately pass a total abortion ban in our great state. Life begins at conception, and so the right to life must be defended, beginning at conception, without exception. We are grateful to see the National Right to Life Committee Post-Roe Model Abortion Law calling for a total abortion ban, beginning at conception, without exception. Specifically, we call on South Carolina Citizens for Life to vigorously support this total abortion ban, beginning at conception, without exception. Let’s end all abortions now in South Carolina.
Finally, while remaining grateful to the Lord, we must face reality and acknowledge that today’s victory is only one major step forward in our battle against the cruel and relentless forces of death in our nation. The abolition of abortion effort has often been compared to the history of the abolition of slavery in our nation, and rightly so. The 14thamendment to the US Constitution requires that all states implement a permanent and total ban on slavery. The 14thamendment does not send the issue of slavery back to the states. Similarly, the undeniable personhood of every baby in the womb requires that every state must implement a total ban on abortion, beginning at conception, and without exception. We will not stop fighting until, like was achieved regarding the scourge of slavery, every state in our nation is free of the abominable practice of legalized baby murder. Our prayers and our efforts for this full victory shall continue until this righteous goal is achieved.