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In America we live among the wealthiest of people We are advanced in education economics research and medicine We consider ourselves the most powerful and protected people in the world Our economy is booming information is flying and opportunity abounds We consider ourselves the most religious and the most generous of all people We have the most stable government in the world yet we find ourselves in a national crisis As Americans we have lost our moral compass and we are facing a national crisis today Many years ago a court determined the value and the sacredness of life It was determined then that the sacredness of a womens choice is more valuable than the sacredness of the life she carries Then traditional wisdom at the time was the court decision would lesson the stress caused by abortion Traditional wisdom was dead wrong It has been the most divisive issue in American history Today we are here lamenting and grieving the decision that has caused the death of 36 million of the unborn The issue now is one of sacredness of the truth the issue then and now is the sacredness of life I hate to say it but in my opinion the battle is not getting better it is getting bitterer Hate continues to grow License for hate continues to be given and the walls continue to go up Today the charge of intolerance is a very powerful weapon in the war of values It takes very little to substantiate and carries a heavy emotional weight Today personal conviction is damned if it confronts a personal choice The battle is not getting better its getting bitterer - and thats not good I would like to take a familiar story from the Old Testament I would like to look at the story of the battle of Jericho found in Joshua chapter 6 in our Bible and Jesus Bible Then the Lord said to Joshua See
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