AfterFeast of Theophany
For Thou hast possessed my reins; O Lord, Thou hast holpen me from my mother’s womb. I will confess Thee, for awesomely art Thou wondrous; marvelous are Thy works, and my soul knoweth it right well.
My Bone is not hid from Thee, which Thou madest in secret; nor my substance in the nethermost parts in of the earth.
My being while it was still unformed Thine eyes did see, and in Thy book shall all men be written; day by day they are formed, when as yet there be none of them. Psalm 138: 10- 15
Prophet Elijah Mission will be attending the Washington March for Life: “This Tuesday, January 22: March for Life in Olympia, Washington Washington State March for Life This year the March in Olympia is on the actual 40th anniversary of Roe v Wade – Tuesday, January 22, 2013, beginning @ 12 Noon. For those who can join us, please come Tuesday, January 22nd is the 40th anniversary of the US Supreme Court’s infamous decision legalizing the killing of unborn children at all stages of gestation. The 40th annual “March for Life”
The National Right to Life March will be held in Washington, DC on Friday, 25th.
Here are some Links for the support of Life. These will be included in the links on the side.
Birthright International “We Love them Both” Find a local location near you.
January 22, 2013: The 40th Anniversary of Roe v. Wade (Statement of the Assembly of Canonical Orthodox Bishops of North and Central America)
BlackGenocide.org (this website details the abortion assault on the Black Community)
NoAbort.net a Russian Language site by a Russian Orthodox in the NW.
Zoe for Life! An Orthodox Christian Initiative
“As Orthodox Christians, we strongly affirm the value and sanctity of all human life, from the moment of conception to the final breath one takes.” Excerpt of ArchPastoral Message Metropolitan Jonah 2010
“Thus, however we have sinned, we can be forgiven. Whether we have aborted a child, or consented to it, we can be forgiven. If we bear a child as a single mother, we can be accepted in the community of the Church with love. If we have judged and condemned others, and burn with resentment, we can be freed through repentance. No matter what we have done, no matter how broken we are or how completely we have messed up our lives, we can be healed, forgiven, accepted and loved. And then maybe we can forgive ourselves, and attain to that true freedom.” Excerpt of ArchPastoral Message Metropolitan Jonah 2011