Some Form of Punishment

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Greetings, my brothers and sisters. Thank you for listening today. I hope you find my sermon prayerfully inspirational. May it fill you with the holy spirit and allow you to fulfill his work in our world. Praise Jesus.

I was ministering salvation this week out at the abortion clinic here in town. I spend many days out on the sidewalk before that unholy institution. By law I am not allowed to go beyond the sidewalk. That is of course the law of man not the law of god. But I remain respectful. Even though those women offer the greatest disrespect to our lord god within that building of sin, I must ascend above them, I must elevate myself as we all must. I remain respectful. Well now, I saw a woman drive up into the parking lot alone. She drove herself to the abortion clinic, brothers and sisters. Almost like she’d done this before, like she knew the drill. I called to her. I told her she didn’t need a broken baby to enhance her life. I told her there would be consequences, there would be punishment if she broke gods covenant. If she consummated her pact with the devil. I told her,

Well, brothers and sisters, this one, she did not scurry inside like the rest of the women I see there. I saw that my words had entered her heart. She stopped walking and turned to me. She made some accusations of me that I want to share with you now so you’ll understand the depths to which Satan allows us to delude ourselves if we let him. She said I was not pro-life. She said I was pro-fetus, that I did not care for her life or the life of that baby once it was born. She accused me of turning my back on the suffering of the living. She spoke of healthcare, of education, of civil rights. These socialist pittances have nothing to do with her heinous act. Brothers and sisters, I marveled at how she denied god’s love. Oh yes the devil had a hold on this one. She accused me of being the villain, of being the one who needed to be punished.

Now, brothers and sisters, do you see? Do you see how Satan is like a gangster? This isn’t personal to him. This is business. Muslims multiply while Christians line up to slay their young one by one. What really breaks my heart is how this abomination affects god. It rips me. It takes away my breath. To betray our heavenly father. That’s what keeps me going back to that den of iniquity each Thursday. I use my pain to go forward. To spare god of his pain, to mend his broken heart. And I told that to this young, unwed mother. That she knew nothing of suffering. Boy, she did not want to hear that. She screamed at me filled with the fury of Satan himself.

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from This Life, released January 4, 2018

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Jason Deeble Connecticut

I'm a middle school math teacher, author/illustrator, and insufferable tea snob. I used to play drums in a cover band but we sort of fell apart. After that, I couldn't find anyone to make music with me anymore so I went off and did my own thing. Thanks very much for checking out my biography. I hope you enjoy my music. ... more

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