Nearly a year ago, I listened to a prophecy by Cindy Jacobs about the upcoming year of 2017. She spoke about Donald Trump and how he was God’s chosen candidate. However, what really stuck out in the word that she gave was that 2017 would be the year for the babies.
Jacobs continued on to say that this year, unborn babies would finally be recognized as humans with rights.
There is coming such scientific proof concerning the science of the pre-born child that this will result in reformations in the medical field’s stance and thinking as a whole. The pre-born child will be declared a human being. Some that have held this stance all along will break their silence and become strong advocates for the pre-born.
Since Donald Trump became president, he has been an advocate for life. I cannot begin to express how refreshing it is to have a leader that cares about the unborn children. Every time he signs a bill to save lives, I can’t help but think back to the prophecy.
With that being said, you can imagine the excitement that rushed over me when I heard that the Trump administration created a plan for 2018-2022 that spells out one major thing: life begins at conception.
The plan, which is on the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) website, says:
“HHS accomplishes its mission through programs and initiatives that cover a wide spectrum of activities, serving and protecting Americans at every stage of life, beginning at conception.”
In contrast, the Obama administration’s document read, “HHS accomplishes its mission through programs and initiatives that cover a wide spectrum of activities, serving Americans at every stage of life.”
In explaining its “Strategic Goal 1: Reform, Strengthen, and Modernize the Nation’s Health Care,” the Trump administration document continues, “While we may refer to the people we serve as beneficiaries, enrollees, patients, or consumers, our ultimate goal is to improve healthcare outcomes for all people, including the unborn, across healthcare settings.”
A third mention of the administration’s mission to protect life from conception occurs in “Strategic Goal 3: Strengthen the Economic and Social Well-Being of Americans across the Lifespan.”
The pro-life document continued, “A core component of the HHS mission is our dedication to serve all Americans from conception to natural death, but especially those individuals and populations facing or at high risk for economic and social well-being challenges, through effective human services.”
Representative Trent Franks, co-chair of Pro-Life Caucus, praised the Trump administration for the plan. He said, “It is vital our government’s definitions of terms correspond to reality,” he continued, “Therefore, I applaud the Trump Health and Human Services’s new strategic plan that defines life as beginning at conception, which any average high school biology student knows to be true.”
Franks further explained that the left “has not successfully been able to redefine when life begins,” and added:
Personhood, the line of argument continues, is conferred by the mother when she decides she wants to keep her child. This is a dangerous line of thinking that could lead to the justification of ending the lives for any and all of society’s ‘undesired’ persons. What an inexpressibly dangerous and inhumane notion for Humanity to embrace.
Franks added, “The role of government is to protect innocent human life in that human course, HHS’s inclusion of the correct definition of life pursues that noble goal.”
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