Life Begins At Conception
Do you, or don’t you, believe a “fetus” (Latin for “little one”) is a human being from conception?
Psalms 139:13-16 David speaks of himself as a living being separate and apart from his mother during her pregnancy.
Exodus 21:22-25 "Woman with child" affirms that before birth the fetus is a child separate and apart from the mother. Verse 23 states that, according to Old Testament Law, if a child is born prematurely and dies due to harm inflicted upon the child's mother, then the penalty for murder is imposed upon the individual causing harm to the woman. Do you think this would include an abortionist if we were living under the Old Testament Law?
Psalms 51:5 The fetus is an individual separate from his mother at conception.
Ecclesiastes 11:5 This passage affirms that the fetus is a child, separate and apart from the mother. Today, man still does not know how or when the soul enters the fetus, but God affirms that a fetus is as much a child at conception as after birth.
Job 3:13-16 Job considered himself to be a living human being apart from any other human while in the womb.
Luke 1:15 John the Baptist was “filled with the Holy Spirit” while in the womb.
Luke 1:41, 44 “The babe leaped in her womb for joy.” A baby in the womb can leap for joy - a mass of tissue cannot leap.
Matthew 1:23 Mary, while pregnant with Jesus, is said to “be with child” before birth.
Matthew 2:1 "Now after Jesus was born" considers that Jesus was Jesus before birth, while still in Mary's womb. With these God-inspired words ringing in your ears and penetrating your intelligence, let me ask you again, do you believe life begins at conception?