I just want to pause and PRAISE THE LORD!!  Roe vs Wade has been reversed.   Let us give thanks to GOD!

We know that there will be problems and that Feminazi’s will continue to kill babies.  But, prayer is powerful!  AND NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE WITH GOD!  So we need to pray for all the women who have been oppressed and/or possessed by the spirit of Abortion.  Pray for their deliverance, Pray that the find Jesus!  Pray that God will set them free and heal them from their wounds!  Pray that the spirit of Feminism which is the spirit of Jezebel and the Mother Goddess be defeated in our land.  Pray that women in America will be set free from the spirit of REBELLION which is the SIN of WITCHCRAFT. That women will be set free from all these spirits and find there hope and comfort in the TRUE AND LIVING GOD.

Pray also for the men in our nation.  That they be set free from pornography and every kind of licentiousness’, lust, pedophilia, homosexuality, bestiality, pride, aggression, addictions of all types.  Pray that the tools that have been used to FEMINIZE men in our nation be broken.  Every curse and every assignment of the enemy over them be broken.

Pray for healing between men and women.  Pray that GOD’s plan for relationships be the rule in our land.  Pray that hearts of the fathers and mother be turned to their children, and the hearts of the children be turned to their fathers and mothers.  Pray for the FAMILY to be restored in America.

But most of all THANK GOD!  That he is GOD and he has done a wonderous thing!

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The U.S. Supreme Court just overturned Roe v. Wade. What does it mean for Ohio?

Jessie BalmertAnna Staver

Cincinnati Enquirer

The U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade on Friday, rolling back nearly 50 years of protections for those seeking abortions.

Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization challenged a 2018 Mississippi law that banned most abortions after 15 weeks into pregnancy. The court ruled 6-3 in favor of the state law. Then, the majority took it one step further and overturned all federal protections for abortion–reversing nearly 50 years of precedent.

“Roe was egregiously wrong from the start. Its reasoning was exceptionally weak, and the decision has had damaging consequences. And far from bringing about a national settlement of the abortion issue, Roe and Casey have enflamed debate and deepened division,” Justice Samuel Alito wrote. “It is time to heed the Constitution and return the issue of abortion to the people’s elected representatives.”

As of Friday afternoon, abortion remained legal in Ohio up until 20 weeks of pregnancy. But the procedure is about to become much less accessible.

Read the full opinion below.

Six-week ban on its way

In 2019, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine signed a law known as the heartbeat bill that would have banned abortions once a fetal heartbeat was detected (about 6 weeks gestation).

A federal judge blocked that law from taking effect, but now Attorney General Dave Yost has filed a motion to lift that stay. It’s not clear how long that will take, but the judge must follow the U.S. Supreme Court’s directions.

Thirteen states had trigger bans in place to prohibit the procedure the moment Roe v. Wade was overturned. But Ohio was not one of those states.

“The most important thing that Ohioans need to know today is that abortion is still legal in Ohio,” said Kellie Copeland, executive director of Pro-Choice Ohio. “There are nine clinics across the state and several in neighboring states that can safely and legally provide abortion care for patients. Today’s ruling is devastating, but it is not the end.”

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Full ban will come later

State lawmakers are on break until September and some of them think a bill to ban all abortions in Ohio won’t pass until November or December.

“I think that’s the likeliest scenario,” Rep. Brian Stewart, R-Ashville, said.

Center for Chrisitan Virtue Preside Aaron Baer and Ohio Right to Life President Michael Gonidakis both said sooner is better and encouraged lawmakers to consider returning from their summer break.

“Ohio Right to Life encourages our pro-life legislative majorities and Governor DeWine to be ambitious and end abortion once and for all in our great state,” Gonidakis said in a statement. “We are dedicated and prepared to pass our Human Life Protection Act and send it to Governor DeWine’s desk as soon as possible.”

DeWine, a consistent supporter of abortion restrictions, has made it clear he will sign a full ban, and the leaders of both the Ohio House and Senate have as well.

“Our members have consistently defended the lives of babies yet to be born,” Senate President Matt Huffman, R-Lima, said in a statement released immediately after the ruling. “We will continue to do so, as we evaluate what additional resources pregnancy centers and young families may need.”

But any law passed by Republicans wouldn’t take effect for 90 days because Democrats control enough seats in the Ohio House to block immediate implementation.

The U.S. Supreme Court's abortion decision reverberates in Ohio.

What does that mean for Ohioans seeking abortions? The state could permit abortions up to six weeks into a pregnancy before banning the procedure entirely in late March 2023.

Whether the ban would include any exemptions is unclear. The current bill, House Bill 598, makes no exemption for rape or incest, and saving the life of the pregnant person wouldn’t be a guarantee against prosecution. The claim could be used in court as a defense.

And speaking of courts, the American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio and Planned Parenthood Federation of America are planning to sue in state court to block these bans from taking effect.

The groups didn’t release specific details on their legal arguments, but they said the case would be file “on behalf of Ohio’s abortion providers to protect the continuity of abortion care in our state under the Ohio Constitution.”

Ohio could become temporary destination for those seeking abortions

While in this limbo, Ohio could actually become a destination for those seeking abortions in surrounding states. Kentucky recently passed a trigger ban that would prohibit abortions if the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. Michigan has a pre-Roe ban on the procedure.

It’s also not clear what Ohio’s six surgical abortion clinics will do next. Right now, they are open, but they are facing a seismic shift in abortion accessibility – the likes of which the state hasn’t seen in nearly half a century.








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