A man acted alone to rid our nation and our planet of a murderer of children. He terminated the killer in a church where, as an usher, we presume the murderer was in good standing. Even his wife, complicit in the evil deeds of her murderous husband was allowed to be part of the choir!
Long a focus of national anti-abortion groups, including a summer-long protest in 1991, Tiller was shot in the foyer of Reformation Lutheran Church, Stolz said. Tiller’s attorney, Dan Monnat, said Tiller’s wife, Jeanne, was in the choir at the time.
What is wrong with the Lutheran Church? Could it be that it’s a church of Satan, not a church of God? Could it be that this Lutheran Church is so far removed from God that it allows the most abominable of humans to have official position in it? What a horrific disgrace that organized man-made religion has given its imprimatur to servants of Hell like Tiller and his wife! But this is just one of the observations I have concerning this. In this story we find a lesson on activism.
The man who shot the child murderer acted alone.
Wichita police Detective Tom Stoltz told reporters: “We think we have the right person arrested.”
Notwithstanding, the most immoral, ungodly, unprincipled, wicked president in the history of America has condemned this slaying:
President Obama said this afternoon that he was “shocked and outraged” by the killing of abortion doctor George Tiller, who was shot while attending church in east Wichita.
Obama has called for us to find common ground in the abortion “debate.” How can we find common ground with evil? What do we have in common with women and doctors who willfully kill children? Light has no fellowship with darkness. There is no room to appease… no room to compromise. “Common ground” to Obama is having those with principles to cave in and stand idly by while the slaughter continues.
There’s a good possibility that the Democrats staged this event just to harm the anti-abortion movement, which is making impressive gains over the child killers: over half of Americans now oppose the murder of innocent children.
I like many of you am glad that Tiller is dead. No more children will die at his hands. But did the one who killed him do the right thing? Probably not. God says, “Vengeance is mine.” When we presume to take vengeance, we presume upon God’s right to avenge the innocent. We all would do better to exert our God-given right to cast off our Federal Government that slaughters the innocent rather than to take vengeance on the murderers one by one.