Orlando: Prayers and Sober-mindedness

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the survivors and the friends and family of those killed today. Regardless of our views on the morality of homosexuality, we believe all life is sacred because we are made in the image of God — even those who reject Him.

As an organization which recognizes the terrible consequences of killing innocent people, this act strikes straight at our hearts. We grieve with their families.

But, we must keep this in perspective, as the usual dribble of demagogues roll forward with the “need” to “change policy” which we all know means violate the Second Amendment and leave vulnerable, innocent Americans.

If we want to make America safer, we need to begin with promoting a culture of life. If we’re going to offend and trample on the rights of anyone, it should be the “right” of women to murder their children before they leave the womb.

Our cause is stopping the genocide of American children.

FIFTY TIMES MORE PEOPLE WERE KILLED TODAY FROM ABORTION THAN WERE KILLED IN A SINGLE, ISOLATED MASS MURDER. FIFTY TIMES MORE PEOPLE WERE KILLED YESTERDAY BY ABORTION, AND FIFTY TIMES MORE PEOPLE WILL BE KILLED TOMORROW.

If we want to end senseless murder, we need to start with the senseless murder our society has deemed acceptable and appropriate — if only it is performed inside an abortion clinic.

Though tragic, mass murders are isolated events. Abortion is not. In America alone this year, over one million children will meet their end by the hands of abortionists and drugs, more than have ever been killed by mass murders in the United States.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the families, but we seek common sense solutions which don’t trample on the rights of law-abiding Americans.

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Matthew is Founder and President of Nullify Abortion. He is a lifelong advocate of the preborn, a devoted follower of Jesus Christ, and an avid writer. He has a B.A. in Communication with a minor in Journalism from Oakland University.

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