For “corporate revival and reformation” to take place, there must be corporate repentance and confession. How can corporate revival and reformation take place if the most offensive sin we are guilty of against our Creator has never been publicly repented off nor confessed?
The sacredness of the Sabbath is a fundamental issue, and so is women’s ordination, but these cannot compare with our profit from the killing of innocent unborn children in our own medical institutions. Worshipping the Lord on the wrong day of the week does not result in a genocide like abortion. The same can be said about the ordination of women to the ministry.
Following our church embrace of abortion as a valid source of revenue back in 1970 which resulted in the deaths of thousands of innocent unborn children in our Adventist hospitals, our leaders have never admitted this great sin against the Lord.
On the contrary, they approved a document known as “Guidelines on Abortion” that justifies the killing of innocent unborn children in a variety of circumstances including when a woman faces an unwanted pregnancy that affects her mental health.
Mental depression is normal when facing an unwanted pregnancy, but is temporary. Abortion is permanent and irreversible. A woman suffering from mental depression is likely to recover from her suffering; an aborted baby will never recover from the ordeal. The action is final.
The Lord is merciful and ready to forgive, but we must repent first of our compromise with evil. Let’s pray towards this end that we might experience true and genuine revival and reformation.