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The White House and the Gray Lady Justify the Wicked and Condemn the Righteous

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God Almighty says: “To show partiality to the wicked is not good” (Prov. 18:5); “The one who justifies the wicked and the one who condemns the righteous are both alike an abomination to the LORD.” (Prov. 17:15).

Planned Parenthood is wicked. The employees of Planned Parenthood who promulgate the company’s slaughter and trade of innocent humans and accede to its evil, are wicked. If this were not clear before the Center for Medical Progress videos came out, it is clear now. It cannot be denied by simply refusing to watch the videos.

But apparently, refusing to watch the videos is what President Obama and his White House Staff have done. And they have done this in an attempt to justify, to “declare righteous,” the barbaric Planned Parenthood, to whom they are eager to give money. This, too, is clear.

Though journalists at the New York Times and other such outlets have certainly watched the videos, they too have had little to say about the evil the videos obviously show, and have taken the opportunity to “condemn the righteous,” the Center for Medical Progress, who is clearly righteous in this instance, as Rahab the harlot was righteous in hiding the Hebrew spies from the Canaanites.

Thus, many in our political leadership and our media have justified the wicked Planned Parenthood and condemned the righteous pro-lifers who have sought to expose Planned Parenthood’s murderous trade in slaughtered human beings.

God is equally clear about his sentiment toward those who justify the wicked and condemn the righteous. We shrink these days from saying that anyone is an abomination to God, but the author of Proverbs didn’t. We should perhaps shudder with sobriety as we do so, but we should be clear-eyed in our understanding of what is going on. The wicked are being justified and the righteous are being vilified and condemned, and God finds those who are doing this to be an abomination. “This is the one who whom I will look: the one who is humble and contrite in spirit and who trembles at my word.” (Isa. 63:3).



Written by Michael Duenes

August 29, 2015 at 6:53 pm

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