Too Few Witnesses © 2005
79 years in Mass. Frank K. Porter Jr. Now in NH.
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Too Few Witnesses ©
Trinity, if it is your will, Jesus please return in glory today,
bring your justice to this world, and have mercy on us sinners.
Mary, conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee.
“Our tainted nature’s solitary boast” as poet William Wordsworth spoke of Mary. Mary is the perfect creation of Almighty God. Beautiful sunrises, breathtaking sunsets, and all the creativity of human energies in between fail in comparison with Mary. Our humble attempt to describe the many qualities and attributes of Our Lady in her Litany, surely fall short of those known to Almighty God. Mary as it pleases you, we humbly ask for your continued intercession for a weak and sinful humanity. Saint Juan Diego, please pray for us.
Many, many, more than:
sixty million who will not see America great again.
sixty million who will never see a church!
sixty million who will never hear a sermon!
sixty million who will never vote for a Democrat.
Sixty million who will never read the Boston Globe.
sixty million who were not here illegally.
sixty million who we judged legally worthless.
sixty million who will never have a birthday.
sixty million whose freedom we refused to defend.
sixty million we refused to share America with.
sixty million who could have saved America.
sixty million proving we are not a pro-life nation.
sixty million sacrificed for convenience.
sixty million chances for America to repent.
sixty million reasons America will fail.
sixty million who were voiceless against evil.
sixty million reasons why we remain fully culpable.
sixty million proving Roe v. Wade was a deadly decision!
sixty million crimes against humanity!
sixty million rejected by their family.
Sixty million examples of hardened hearts.
sixty million reasons we are a pagan nation.
Sixty million reasons we do not trust in God.
Sixty million beating hearts silenced.
Thirty million sisters-in-the-womb exterminated!!!!!
Sixty million…………………..legally exterminated!
We are a truly nation of serial killers!
1973 - Roe v. Wade inflicted a mortal, divisive, wound on Americas soul! - 2018
There are no credible signs of a return to “In God We Trust”
The slow, sure, steady erosion of lawlessness continues.
Literally, a national life versus death struggle.
“Church” long silent: “State” also culpable.
Roe v. Wade; a truly fatal wound!
So many “forgotten” now simply statistics, leaving our nation “fractured”
“Love God with your whole heart, soul, mind and strength and your neighbor as yourself”
Sons and daughters of Christ at our conception. Sons and daughters, neighbors, womb to tomb.
“Holy Innocents” and those denied their birth will surely find justice at Christs right hand!
And, those who truly and prayerfully acknowledged them as their neighbors, as well.
Those who reject God and His final justice find it easy to reject life for their neighbors.
An end in this world is inevitable for us all, prepared or not!
Tears for thee my nation, now divisible, a land of forgotten liberty.
Forty five years and counting, millions of lives, deliberately ended.
A Hunan Life Amendment, their only salvation, always forsaken.
Evil and those who are, have a determined and vocal following.
They'll decide whose lives really matter, beyond their own.
Relentless, they seek full control of all life, womb to tomb.
The Abortionist-Democrat-Alliance: with all the rhetoric stripped away, baby killers!
Those who disregard Gods Law become those most certain to disregard mans law!
My nation, truly divided cannot stand.
God is infinitely patient but not with evil!
Be prepared. Pray for us all.
If you have no love for our defenseless unborn neighbors in the womb, yet claim to love those neighbors you see on the sidewalks, your understanding of love is fatally lawed.
60 million reasons Americas pulpits have failed Our Lord.
Augustine of Hippo (354-430 A.D.) said, "Essentially, there are two kinds of people, because there are two kinds of love. One is holy, the other is selfish. One is subject to God; the other endeavors to equal Him."
Augustine of Hippo (354-430 A.D.) wrote, "Christ is at once above and below - above in Himself, below in his people. Fear Christ above, and recognize him below. Here he is poor, with and in the poor; there he is rich, with and in God. Have Christ above bestowing his bounty; recognize him here in his need"