Is one of the most controversial issues at the national level and throughout the world.
There are many points of view on whether it is a woman’s right if it is something against the law.
Even more important and that is what God says through from his word the Bible.
Of course, only people who believe and respect the law of God are the only ones who will not only understand this but also accept this.
But before we see what some have said as an argument
Some say that women have every right to decide that because it is their womb.
Others that it is murder and a cruel and immoral act and against the Law of God
Very interesting during a political debate between the current President and the candidate and former senator Hillary Clinton.
Said respectively that it is to murder or take the life of one being and the other opinion.
It is the right of women and that the government should not interfere in these matters.
The Bible’s answer
The Bible does not use the word “abortion” in the sense of an induced expulsion of a human fetus.
However, many Bible verses provide God’s view of human life, including that of an unborn child.
He considers all life to be precious, including the life of a child in the womb.
So if someone intentionally kills an unborn child, that amounts to murder.
God’s Law to the Israelites stated:
“If men should struggle with each other and they hurt a pregnant woman and she gives birth prematurely.
But no fatality results, the offender must pay the damages imposed on him by the husband of the woman; and he must pay it through the judges.
But if a fatality occurs, then you must give life for life.”—Exodus 21:22, 23.
When does human life begin?
God views human life as beginning at conception.
In his Word, the Bible, God consistently portrays an unborn child as a distinct person.
Consider some examples showing that God does not distinguish the life of a baby in the womb and one that has been born.
Under divine inspiration, King David said to God: “Your eyes even saw me as an embryo.”
(Psalm 139:16) God considered David to be a person even before he was born.
God knew that he would have a special purpose for the prophet Jeremiah before Jeremiah’s birth.
God said to him: “Before I formed you in the womb I knew you, and before you were born I sanctified you.
I made you a prophet to the nations.”—Jeremiah 1:5.
Will God forgive someone who has had an abortion?
Those who have had an abortion can receive God’s forgiveness.
If they now accept God’s view of life, they do not need to be overwhelmed with guilt.
“Jehovah is merciful… As far off as the sunrise is from the sunset, so far off from us, he has put our transgressions.”
Is abortion wrong if the life of the mother or the child is in danger?
In view of what the Bible says about the life of an unborn child, it would not justify.
A person having an abortion because of a potential health risk to the mother or child.
What about the rare situation where at the time of childbirth an emergency forces the choice between saving the life of the mother or saving the baby?
In such a case, those involved would have to make a personal decision about which life to save.
This is not such an uncomplicated matter for any woman and much more when they are so young.
But although it is not the fault that they rape a woman or young woman just to give an example because it is something very strong, new is LIFE.
But what about the young men and women who abort as if it were a relax from being prostitutes.
Others who do not take care of themselves committing fornication.
Violating other divine laws if it is true each person makes their decisions.
But it is very selfish not to think about the consequences not only for himself but what surrounds them among others.
What I am saying is that if women did things correctly, they would not see themselves in situations where they feel pressured to commit such an act.
Parents have a vital role in educating their children on these issues.
Violating the principles and values causes the law to be violated and sometimes even the law of the country.
And we should note that although the man is also guilty in this, the woman is more responsible since her body is her temple.
And should not be open to the public but to those who only have legal and moral rights.
To be married couples with a basis for having legitimate children and offering the best they can to that creature of God who is a gift.
Each person, couple, or woman as an individual has the “freedom” but the question remains> Is that your right? Or God’s right?
P.S. You can see stats about the number of abortions and those numbers are just estimates.
Because some don’t even report because is not mandatory.