Prayer for Canadian Politicians

We in Canada, particularly In Ontario, need to be in constant fervent prayer for our politicians, our great country, our province. The Prime Minister of Canada, and the Premier Of Ontario, each lead their respective Liberal parties.These political parties do appear to be very liberal in their beliefs and actions. Both parties are in favour of aborting babies, regardless of the stage of pregnancy the mother is in. 

These leaders do not admit the truth that it is a baby growing within the mother’s womb.

We also read where our Prime Minister will not support the nomination of any prospective Liberal MP who is anti-abortion. This appears very much like a dictatorial stance, particularly when he also states that he has made it clear that future candidates need to understand they will be expected to vote pro-choice on any bills.
With all that said and done, any medical doctor true to their profession, calling, and oath, will realize that the baby in the mother’s womb is a living being, and not something that is worthless, and can be thrown out like trash.

Following the newspaper reports below, are true facts and statistics regarding the development of the human life within the mother’s womb. 

Discarding that life is murder of a human being, a human being who will never be allowed to develop and grow, fulfilling the potential in the life that would be ahead of them, if he or she was not murdered before he or she even had any opportunity to work towards a goal.
Last Updated Wednesday, May 7, 2014 8:03PM E

Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau stated in no uncertain terms that he will not support the nomination of any prospective Liberal MPs who are anti-abortion, saying Wednesday, “It is not for any government to legislate what a woman chooses to do with her body.”

Speaking to reporters, Trudeau said would-be Liberal candidates who are anti-abortion will be flagged and barred during the nomination process.

“I have made it clear that future candidates need to be completely understanding that they will be expected to vote pro-choice on any bills,” he said.

In Canada, however, approximately 15% of abortions occur after the first trimester. The Canadian Institute of Health Information (CIHI) reports that 12.7% of abortions occur at 13 weeks or later, and 2.4% of abortions occur after 20 weeks, including when the baby would be viable outside the womb. This accounts for about 12,500 pre-born children per year, with up to 2,500 of those being aborted after 20 weeks, based on the Abortion Rights Coalition of Canada’s estimate of 104,158 total abortions annually in Canada.

Facts and Statistics of The Living Being Within The Womb
First Trimester: The Baby at 4 Weeks

Development of embryo at approximately 4-6 weeks.

At 4 weeks, your baby is developing:
The nervous system (brain and spinal cord) has begun to form.

The heart begins to form.

Arm and leg buds begin to develop.
First Trimester: The Baby at 8 Weeks

An eight week old human embryo.

At 8 weeks, the embryo begins to develop into a fetus:

All major organs have begun to form.
The baby’s heart begins to beat.

The arms and legs grow longer.

Fingers and toes have begun to form.

Sex organs begin to form.

The face begins to develop features.

The umbilical cord is clearly visible.

At the end of 8 weeks, your baby is a fetus, and is nearly 1 inch long, weighing less than ⅛ of an ounce.
First Trimester: The Baby at 12 Weeks
Human fetus in utero at twelve weeks.

The end of the first trimester is at about week 12, at this point in your baby’s development:
The nerves and muscles begin to work together. Your baby can make a fist.

The external sex organs show if your baby is a boy or girl.

Eyelids close to protect the developing eyes. They will not open again until week 28.

Head growth has slowed, and your baby is about 3 inches long, and weighs almost an ounce.
Second Trimester: The Baby at 16 Weeks

The human fetus at about four months showing the head and upper limbs and the umbilical cord which connects the fetus (at the navel) to the placenta.

As your body changes in the second trimester, your baby continues to develop:
The musculoskeletal system continues to form.

Skin begins to form and is nearly translucent.

Meconium develops in your baby’s intestinal tract. This will be your baby’s first bowel movement.

Your baby begins sucking motions with the mouth (sucking reflex).

Your baby is about 4 to 5 inches long and weighs almost 3 ounces.

Second Trimester: The Baby at 20 Weeks
Human fetus near his fifth month of development.

At about 20 weeks in the second trimester, your baby continues to develop:

Your baby is more active. You might feel movement or kicking.
Your baby is covered by fine, feathery hair called lanugo and a waxy protective coating called vernix.

Eyebrows, eyelashes, fingernails, and toenails have formed. Your baby can even scratch itself.

Your baby can hear and swallow.

Now halfway through your pregnancy, your baby is about 6 inches long and weighs about 9 ounces.

Second Trimester: The Baby at 24 Weeks
Human fetus at approximately 24 weeks showing details of his closed eyes, nose, mouth, and facial hair.

By 24 weeks, even more changes occur for your growing baby:

The baby’s bone marrow begins to make blood cells.
Taste buds form on your baby’s tongue.

Footprints and fingerprints have formed.

Hair begins to grow on your baby’s head.

The lungs are formed, but do not yet work.

Your baby has a regular sleep cycle.

If your baby is a boy, his testicles begin to descend into the scrotum. If your baby is a girl, her uterus and ovaries are in place, and a lifetime supply of eggs has formed in the ovaries.

Your baby stores fat and weighs about 1½ pounds, and is 12 inches long.
Third Trimester is from week 29-40 (birth)

At 32 weeks in the third trimester, your baby’s development continues:
Your baby’s bones are soft but fully formed.
Movements and kicking increase.

The eyes can open and close.

Lungs are not fully formed, but practice “breathing” movements occur.

Your baby’s body begins to store vital minerals, such as iron and calcium.

Lanugo (fine hair) begins to fall off.

Your baby is gaining about ½ pound a week, weighs about 4 to 4½ pounds, and is about 15 to 17 inches long.
Third Trimester: The Baby at 36 Weeks

Human fetus in utero at approximately 36 weeks.

At 36 weeks, as your due date approaches, your baby continues development:
The protective waxy coating (vernix) thickens.

Body fat increases.

Your baby is getting bigger and has less space to move around. Movements are less forceful, but you will still feel them.

Your baby is about 16 to 19 inches long and weighs about 6 to 6½ pounds.
Third Trimester: The Baby at 37 to 40 Weeks

A mom looks at her newborn child.

Finally, from 37 to 40 weeks the last stages of your baby’s development occur:

By the end of 37 weeks, your baby is considered full term.
Your baby’s organs are capable of functioning on their own.

As you near your due date, your baby may turn into a head-down position for birth.

Average birth weight is between 6 pounds, 2 ounces to 9 pounds, 2 ounces and average length is 19 to 21 inches long. Most full-term babies fall within these ranges, but healthy babies come in many different weights and sizes.

Above From—2005-2017 WebMD, LLC.
With all this medical proof, it is probably safe to say that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau never viewed any ultrasound of his wife’s pregnancies when she was carrying their children.
Perhaps political votes are more important than the lives of those unborn who will never have the opportunity to vote.
A reminder again, our politicians need our prayers. This country needs to return to serving the True Triune God. 

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About gmgoetz

I am on the journey of life, attempting to follow the teachings of Jesus, live in His Love, and share His Love however He leads, and to whomever He leads.
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