This thread escalated quick.
@Lylddlebit While I know that this is not a magic bullet that will change hearts and minds and convert souls, it fills me with hope that God answers prayers and that the fervent, effective prayer of a righteous person avails much. It makes me believe that God will imminently wipe away the curse of blood that has come over the nation and that this is the beginning of good things for U.S. America, and by extension the world.
It makes me believe that there will come a day when God will touch hearts and people will choose life - that gun laws will change, men will stop raping and abusing women and children, men will stop propositioning every woman that moves in the hope that they can experience pleasure without caring about the consequences, women won't feel cornered into killing their babies, people [especially men] will take responsibility for their bodies. Maybe there will even come a day in the U.S when children will go to school and people will go to the supermarket or mall without fearing that they will be shot dead.
It sounds like a dream, right? Well, the overturning of Roe vs Wade has made me feel like God's will can be done on earth as it is in Heaven - right down to everyone receiving Him and His love and mercy.
Do I believe that everyone who campaigned for life wants God's will to be done on earth? No. But I believe that God wants that and since it's His world which He made for His pleasure, it's His right. I think we should all seek to know His will and His definition of everything, and then things in this life will be clearer.
I pray that God comforts all who mourn at this time and reveals Himself to them in truth. May His voice be louder than all other, in Jesus' name.
Well said! I think you made some great points here, that this isn't a magic bullet and there is still work to be done (protecting women and children, punishing rapists and abusers, mitigating gun violence, etc.).