The Wisdom of What Government Ought to Do with Abortion-Minded Couples

1. The Most Unholy Sacrifice
On the night before the Son of God died for our sins, he said that his blood was being shed "for many for the remission of sins" (Mat. 26:28). Our sins are debts to God, and that is why we ask God to "forgive us our debts" (Mat. 6:12). Therefore, the Son of God was sacrificed "for many for the remission" of their debts to God. Since that was the most holy sacrifice, the most unholy sacrifice is the sacrifice of humans "for many for the remission" of their debts to the humans (see Table 1).

Most Holy Sacrifice:The Son of Godwas sacrificedfor manyfor the forgivenessof their debtsto God.
Most Unholy Sacrifice:Each humanis sacrificedfor twofor the forgivenessof their debtsto the human.
Table 1 - Thousands of times per day, the most unholy sacrifice takes place

Each human is sacrificed for the remission of two debts, a child support debt, which a male incurs when he impregnates a female, and a childbearing debt, which the female incurs if she consented to the act which caused the pregnancy. The two debts are based on the two sorrows of Genesis 3:16-17, the sorrow she must endure to bring forth their offspring and the sorrow he must endure to feed his family from the ground. Since abortion is the most unholy sacrifice, we can know that when we ask God for the wisdom of what government ought to do with abortion-minded couples, we ask "according to his will" (1Jo. 5:14).

2. Praying for Wisdom
Until recently, every person on earth lacked the wisdom of what government ought to do with abortion-minded couples. But God promised in James 1:5-6 and Mark 11:24 that if we ask Him in faith for the wisdom we lack, then it will be given to us and we will receive it. "Ask" means to pray, and "in faith" means to believe that we will receive what we are asking God for. It's important that we believe; because if we doubt, we probably won't receive the wisdom we are asking for (Jam. 1:7). The following is a simple way for us to ask God for the wisdom that almost every person on earth still lacks (prayer based on Mat. 6:9-13, Jam. 1:5, 1Jo. 5:14-15).

Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name. May thy kingdom come; and if it is thy will at this time, give us the wisdom of what government ought to do with abortion-minded couples, so that we can petition government to do it, and so that thy will may be done on earth as in heaven. We ask this in the name of thy Son, our Lord Jesus Christ. For thine is the kingdom, the power, and the glory, now and forever. Amen.

After you have said the prayer, please study Table 2; and if you don't understand it, please repeat saying the prayer and studying the table again.

Type of Situation Levels of Guilt What Government Ought to Do
1. The male wants the female to get an abortion, but she does not want to.Male: high, Female: low Address this situation by taking away the main reason why he wants her to get an abortion, so that he will no longer want her to get one. Since the forgiveness of his child support debt is the main reason, require that the debt be paid even if someone was to kill the creditor, with proceeds going towards the welfare of other underprivileged children.
2. Both the male and the female want her to get an abortion.Male: medium, Female: medium Addressing situation #1 reduces situation #2 to being the same as situation #3.
3. The female wants to get an abortion, but the male does not want her to.Male: low, Female: high Address this situation by taking away the main reason why she wants to get an abortion, so that she will no longer want to get one. Since the forgiveness of her childbearing debt is the main reason, require that her debt be converted into a partial child support debt if she was to get an abortion, with his debt being reduced by the amount she would assume.
Table 2 - The wisdom of what government ought to do with abortion-minded couples

Situation #1 is the most dangerous for both the female and her unborn offspring, because pregnant women are sometimes murdered for not getting an abortion. (It's why homicide ranks as a leading cause of death for pregnant women.) Therefore, situation #1 must be addressed first. After it is addressed, it becomes necessary to address situation #3; because the law would discriminate against the man if it took away his means of escaping a child support debt without taking away the woman's means of escaping a childbearing debt. A state or federal government can implement the wisdom of Table 2 by adding a new amendment to its constitution called the "Creditorship Amendment."

3. The Proposed Legislation
The Creditorship Amendment states, "From now on, no debt shall be forgiven by killing the creditor." It then applies that statement to the two parental debts, a child support debt and a childbearing debt, explaining how those two debts would no longer be able to be forgiven by killing the creditor. The Creditorship Amendment would cause abortion to cease by taking away the motive for a male to persuade his girlfriend to get an abortion and by taking away the motive for the female to get an elective abortion (see Table 3).

Most Unholy Sacrifice:Each humanis sacrificedfor twofor the forgivenessof their debtsto the human.
Random Killing:A humanis killedfor nobodyfor the forgivenessof nobody's debtto anybody.
Table 3 - Abortion would go from being the most unholy sacrifice to a random killing

Words from the Founder of the Eternal Gospel Commission
This is the confidence that we have in God,"that if we ask anything according to His will, He hears us" (1Jo. 5:14, emphasis mine). Before I knew that abortion is the most unholy sacrifice, I asked God for the wisdom of what government ought to do about abortion, and eventually I received some wisdom in the form of a policy. Then, I learned that abortion is the most unholy sacrifice and that the policy would take away the efficacy of it, thereby causing it to cease. That convinced me that I had asked according to His will and that He therefore heard my prayer. "If we know that he heard us, we know that we have the thing we asked of him" (1Jo. 5:15, emphasis mine). That's how I know that I have the thing I asked of Him, namely, the wisdom of what government ought to do with abortion-minded couples.

The text of the Creditorship Amendment can be found under the 'Topics' menu. The bill of law, which is based on the Creditorship Amendment is called the Right to Choose Life Act, and its text can also be found under the 'Topics' menu. Once you see that the new law would be right and just, please sign the Creditorship Petition by clicking the button in the upper left of this web page. If you have any questions, please contact us because the purpose of our ministry is to help you understand the importance of petitioning government to do what it ought to do with abortion-minded couples, so that it will take away the efficacy of the most unholy sacrifice, thereby causing it to cease forever. Hallelujah!