DID PRO-ABORTION SENATE VOTE TRIGGER JUDGMENT?
On January 29, 2018, the US Senate rejected the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act. The recent stock market nosedive began the very next day.
Yes, I know there are several possible “legitimate reasons” for what happened: Will the Federal Reserve raise interest rates? Are we due for a correction? Did the very first day of the new Federal Reserve chairman send a signal? Is the dollar too weak? There are several of these. But we must never discount possible spiritual reasons.
This is what I wrote yesterday in my post HAS ECONOMIC JUDGMENT RETURNED? THE FUTURE OF AMERICA DEPENDS ON BANNING ABORTION:
“Considering bad signs, however, there was a vote in the Senate a week ago that would have banned abortions after 20 weeks like almost every other country in the world has done. This would have been great progress and no one in their right mind should have opposed it. However, the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act failed to make it out of debate in a 51–46 vote to a final floor vote after Democrats filibustered the bill. 48 Republicans and 3 Democrats voted for the bill. 44 Democrats and 2 Republicans voted against the bill. President Trump would have signed it into law had it passed. But almost every Democrat senator voted against it.”
This vote took place late on January 29, 2018. The stock market nosedive began the very next day. This appears to be more proof of the economic judgment pattern I revealed again in yesterday’s post. Did the pro-abortion vote trigger judgment?
The 45th anniversary of Roe v. Wade was January 22, 2018. The Dow Jones reached an all time high on Friday, January 26, 2018 of 26,616.
The following Monday, January 29, 2018, the Dow dipped slightly and closed at 26,439. The Senate vote took place late that day.
The very next day the Dow Jones lost 540 points from its high and closed at 26,076. 540 is a multiple of six (man) and nine (judgment). What are the odds of such a strange coincidence happening?
There had not been a drop of that magnitude since June 24, 2016, but that loss was quickly made up. The current big loss of the last week continued, eventually reaching a floor of 23,778 yesterday. That added up to a giant drop of 2,838 points since the January 26th high in only seven business days. The market has currently rallied back and made up part of the losses, but it has been a roller coaster. Is it recovering? Or are we in for more fluctuations and losses in this key year in part due to the failed Senate vote? *
Please read the text of the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act and consider the vast research and science enclosed within it which proves that babies in the womb definitely feel pain even before 20 weeks of gestation.
© 2018 by RJ Dawson. All Rights Reserved.
* FEB 8 UPDATE: The Dow Jones suffered another drastic drop today of 1,032 points, at one point coming within 71 points of Tuesday’s low, to close at 23,860. The “correction” continues.
* FEB 9 UPDATE: The Dow Jones dropped to a new low since reaching its all time high on January 26, falling to 23,360, a drop of 3,256 points (over 12%) before recovering to close at 24,190.
Posted on February 7, 2018, in Current Events and tagged Abortion, America, Forgiveness, Lord Jesus, Mercy, National Judgment, Number in Scripture, Prayer and Repentance, Roe v. Wade, Sin and Rebellion. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.
It is appalling, indeed. So very sad that an unborn child’s pain is not important in this selfish world we’ve created.
Thanks Linda. The House of Representatives had passed the bill last October by a vote of 237-189. The Republicans supported it 235-2. The Democrats voted against it 186-3. Combined with the failed Senate vote, these Democrat Congressmen and Senators represent about 45% of the country. This means 45% of Americans are for abortion regardless of what any polls may say. 45% of Americans don’t care that these unborn children suffer terribly in the process of their murders. If they did care they wouldn’t put those people in office.
One authority says that unborn babies feel pain much earlier than 20 weeks, that they feel pain as early as ten weeks. One can only imagine how hard-hearted a person must be to support this ongoing gruesome practice. By the way, it was the third time around for this bill. It keeps getting rejected. There is no reason or excuse for this except willful SIN.
Blessings to you.
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