- Here’s what it’s coming to: “I don’t care that Jesus said: ‘What you have done to the least of these you have done to me.’ I don’t care that healthy and well developed in the womb human beings were chosen to be aborted for the development and/or testing of vaccines. My feelings count as the be all and end all of justice. Those babies are dead now anyway, so what difference does it make? They can’t hurt me for being in agreement with their death just so I can assuage my conscience!”
Compromise once and you will compromise forever unless there is repentance and a firm purpose of amendment. And that means that not if but when more updated “vaccines” come about one has already made a firm purpose of amendment not to get those “vaccines”. And don’t think those kids won’t be fully adult and standing next to Jesus in judgment about where people go for eternity. Jesus was also in the womb.
And just to say. It seems that this is the end of Wuhan Joe’s virus. India’s cases have relatively plummeted to about zero, namely, to about 0.0001 % of their population. And that’s just cases. Of that 0.0001 % almost no one shows symptoms. Very few of those get sick. Much fewer than that will succumb as they would with any yearly influenza.
- “But Father George, you don’t understand! We have to do this for others, so that others can stay alive!”
- No, you don’t have to do that for others just so that they can stay alive in this world. This world is not an absolute “value.” We are in exile away from heaven. We must go to heaven. Love of God and love of neighbor is an absolute “value.” Neighbor includes those who are in the womb.
- “But Father George, you don’t understand! I’ll go to hell if I don’t force vaccinations on others because I will feel guilty of committing murder for not having gotten others to get vaccinations.”
- Not at all. If someone dies for NOT having gotten the vaccine, they will go to heaven, all things being equal. If someone dies for you NOT having forced a “vaccine” on them, you will both go to heaven for having done the right thing. And you needn’t ever feel guilty for having done the right thing. The right thing is always love of God and love of neighbor including the least of the brethren. Again. Jesus says: “What you have done to the least of these you have done to me.”