Yesterday, in 1973, the US Supreme Court, determined that the rights of a pregnant mother were superior to the right of the preborn child in her womb. Back then they made their determination based on the false presumption that the unborn child was not a living being, but rather an impersonal mass of tissue. Over the decades, science has caught up with the Bible, and it is clear God and His Word were right all along in declaring that the unborn person in the womb is very much a living soul that has individual identity. Today, the argument is very much about which human life’s rights are more protected by the laws of our land. The liberals of our world have a very loud voice, as do the population control advocates that think the earth is theirs to protect at the cost of anyone but themselves. The preborn human being in the darkness of the womb also has a voice, but it is too quiet and obscure to be heard in all of the strife and rage over this issue. If we truly believe that God is the author of life, then we must stand up for what He has created. If we truly believe that every person is created in the image of God, then we must stand up for others who are created by Him and in His image just as much as any of us are. If we truly believe the God has a purpose in the creation of every living soul created in His image and for His glory, then we need to be a voice for the voiceless preborn people who have the same “unalienable rights” given to us by our Creator as any of us for “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness” as stated in the Declaration of Independence of our nation. The same is true of our Constitution that is supposed to be the determining factor for the laws of our nation when it declares in the Preamble that the purpose of our government is to “secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity” does indeed include the unborn existence of that posterity of those who conceived that child. Every one of us will give an account to our Creator for what we did and did not do in our life in valuing or devaluing the lives of other human beings. We will answer to God for any racist attitudes we may have, any prideful prejudices we hold, or any apathy we have toward the destruction of the lives of others; unless we repent and change while there is yet time. It is time to stand up for the voiceless souls of humanity. It is time to seek the Lord for the value of human life and do His will in changing the culture of death in our society. It is time to not accept the status quo of things as they are and become an agent of change to honor God more in our nation on the value of life. We cannot be complacent nor complicit as our nation chooses which lives are more worthy of value and protection of the law than others, when God says in His Word that He is not a respecter of persons and neither should His children be. It is Time to Seek the Lord more than to listen to the lies of Satan that are being propagated in our society.