What else about “it’s not right,” that the next thing to do “if you can’t get rid of the baby?”

The Chicago Tribune – AP article titled: This has…to change, it’s not right, contained the following statement about Texas women travel to La. For abortions after change in law.

“If you can’t get rid of the baby, what’s the next thing you’re going to do? “

The Purpose of This Post

Is to relate an ancient proverb to this sad occurrence.

King Solomon

He who digs a pit may fall into it, and he who breaches a wall may be bitten by a snake.… (Ecclesiastes 10:7)

Excerpt – Biblehub – MacLaren’s Expositions

Fences (Laws) and Serpents

“The first thing that the child learns is, that it must not do what it likes. The last lesson that the old man has to learn is, you must do what you ought. And between these two extremes of life, we are always making attempts to treat the world as an open common, on which we may wander at our will….

….. It is the price that we pay for obeying at first hand the laws of God and caring nothing for the conventionalities of men.”

What’s My Point?

This article seems to me to lack more information of how it is that a single parent with three children ranging from 5 to 13, somehow, became pregnant again.

My point is that something needs to change in Texas and our Nation about people making choices to believe there is nothing wrong with being inconvenienced to “get rid of this baby.”

In My Opinion

If we discern the choices we have come to believe about abortion and choice of single parents in our Nation being made have no consequences same as when a person digs a pit in an area known to have snakes dwelling and winds up getting bit by a snake someone else is not going to be affected with the consequences of their choice.

For example

According to man’s laws, should changes be made about the unreported question of who is now paying child support for women’s three children?

According to God’s laws, should more information have been taught to her in early childhood about marriage is a blessing to those who believe in God?

In other words, what really needs to change in this woman’s life and the beliefs of government about “getting rid of a child’ is a Right. Add that abortion is a name given to avoid the word killing so as to be a convenient method of “getting rid of it.”

And there are no consequences for choosing to kill a living human.

Choices being made even though a couple may get bitten by a snake before they decide to dig a pit where snakes are known to bring about consequences accountable to either God or man’s laws.

If Interested

Read the Source Links below

You Decide

If after reading, are we making wise or foolish choices for our children in our families and Nation to believe it is a Right for a human to kill a heartbeat will not influence or condition minds about other choices that our children may make to believe killing a human heartbeat has no consequences to the laws of God or man?

Would school choice or school voucher help children to be taught in depth religious values of Wisdom and Love may reduce foolish choices in their short lifetimes on earth?

Regards and goodwill blogging

Source Links

Chicago Tribune – AP


Excerpt – Biblehub Commentaries Ecclesiastes 10:8


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