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Moses made a fiery brass serpent, and set it on a pole so that everyone who was a sinner, when he saw it, should live. And as Moses lifted up the brass serpent in the wilderness, so was Jesus the Messiah lifted up so that everyone who is a sinner and believes in Jesus will not perish, but have eternal life.
As the healthcare mandates kick-in, a surprised citizenry are imposed upon by a mandate
that they knew nothing about. Pro-lifers gather in peaceful protest against the mandate
that forces them to directly pay for the abortion murder of human babies. Other,
more sinister forces also gather and plot to stop the pro-lifers from defending the
rights of unborn babies. The War on Life starts with peace and continues with blood.
On the run for his life, framed and hunted by Homeland Security, Rick witnesses the war up front and personal. Dreaming only of a happy life with his eight month pregnant wife, Sarah, Rick watches helplessly as his dreams are dashed, and a country is torn to pieces.
Witnessing unbearable cruelty, and unbelievable courage, Rick fights the only way he can and still be pro-life, with the truth.
Shaken to his very bones by the realities of abortion, Rick struggles on, never losing hope, and learning that even in the face of death, the truth and the right to life can never be destroyed.
This book is a warning to pro-lifers about a mandate that few know anything about, the Abortion Premium Mandate, an individual mandate.
Mandate is closer to reality than we would like to admit as the culture of death grinds on. Abortion activists have already committed or publicly advocated various events in this book.
When faced with the individual mandates, what choices will you make?
Will you sell your soul for health insurance and the life of a compliant citizen? Or will you stand on principle like Rick and Sarah did?
Whether we like it or not, we are all being presented with life or death choices by the society around us.
Warning! This book is not intended for younger children. The book portrays fictionally a graphic and disturbing dystopian future where abortion rights are becoming absolute. Intended for teenagers, who are forced to confront today these horrible issues by a world gone mad, presented is a graphic and disturbing picture of the near future.