Double Your Pro-Life Talent

There are only two things in this world that are sacred; God and people. I warned that overturning Roe would not be the end of abortion but simply the end of the beginning. A new report reveals abortion is up 10% in 2023 nationwide.

New York is America’s abortion capital with New York City at the heart. Planned Parenthood provides 40% of all U.S. abortions and is headquartered in NYC. Chemical abortion represents 63% of all U.S. abortions and the pharmaceutical company responsible for the chemical abortion drug, Danco Laboratories, is also based here. Meanwhile, Brooklyn has more abortions than any other county in America and, in the Bronx, for every 100 black babies born, 100 are aborted.

Referring to His return, Jesus says His “reward is with Me, to render to every man according to what he has done” (Rev. 22:12). According to Jesus’ Parable of the Talents, this reward will not only include joy but also increased responsibility, like junior partners in the family business. “’Master, you entrusted two talents to me. See, I have gained two more talents.’ His master said to him, ‘Well done…enter into the joy of your master’” (Mt. 25: 22b-23).

There are only two things in this world that are sacred; God and people.

This is not to say we earn our place in “the book of life” (Rev. 20:12). Our salvation is “not of ourselves…not a result of works” (Eph. 2: 8b-9a). Jesus alone was able to defeat the power of sin and death at the cross. Our names are written in the Book of Life only because we have been purchased by the “blood of the lamb” (Rev. 12:11).

Our gratitude and love for the grace of salvation bestowed upon us binds us to partner with God’s Kingdom expansion. According to the Parable of the Talents, God vests us with His talents, “each according to his own ability” (Mt. 25: 15). The presumption of “ability” is that God places an obligation upon each of us to improve His talents for His Kingdom’s sake. Also, the presumption is that we take up the work with fervor and urgency (Mt. 25: 16), to do the work with diligence over a “long time” until we see the Master (Mt. 25:19). It is also important to note that this work for God’s Kingdom done today carries into eternity, “the quality of each man’s work” being tested by the fire of God’s judgment (I Cor. 3:13).

Jesus’ parable depicts three servants. Two servants are praised for doubling the master’s talents and rewarded with dramatically increased responsibility and delight saying, “Well done good and faithful slave. You were faithful with a few things, I will put you in charge of many things; enter into the joy of your master” (Mt. 25:23). Meanwhile, the third servant was cast into hell for burying the talent entrusted to him, having the audacity to then blame the master for his poor performance.

A talent is a measure of currency that would take a working man 20 years to earn. The master entrusted his servants with a great deal of wealth. Given that two of the three servants doubled the master’s investment and the third was judged for refusing to even try, Jesus’ expectation is that, over time, God’s servants would multiply the value of the wealth which they steward. Yet, as theologian D.A. Carson said, “Grace never condones irresponsibility; even those given less are obligated to use and develop what they have.”

If Jesus’ kingdom is “not of this world” (Jn. 18:36), “nor is He served by human hands as though he needed anything” (Acts 17:25), what are these talents, and to what good purpose can we multiply them? “…Jesus said to him, ‘The Son of Man has come to seek and to save that which was lost’” (Lk. 19:10).

The talents God entrusts to us represent everything we have: our breath, bodies, skill, voice, influence, material goods—everything. And they are all tools for the betterment and salvation of eternal souls.

The Church through CompassCare is partnering with God to save souls. God allowed the church through CompassCare’s 2023 Walk for Life to 2X the number of women considering abortion served while opening a medical office in the heart of the abortion capital, Brooklyn. In CompassCare’s New York State offices alone, 2,190 women were served in-person, 1,367 served through TeleCare, 334 women submitted their lives to Christ and, across the national network, 2,312 babies were saved from abortion!

The 2023 Walk for Life itself doubled the number of participants and the number of hosted Walks increased 45X—from 3 to 135 local communities.

Take the LifeSaver Challenge! Through the Walk for Life you proclaim the truth that all people are made in the image of God and therefore equally valuable, both mom and baby.

In 2024, CompassCare is asking the Lord to allow the Church to once again 2X His pro-life talent, doubling the number of women and babies served in New York to 4,400. New York’s frontline medical mission is already on track, as CompassCare continues building the nursing teams in Buffalo, Rochester, Albany, Brooklyn and nationally through TeleCare while launching a mobile medical unit in the Bronx. Your investment in saving a woman and her baby from abortion throught the Walk for Life carries the potential to save two lives, one spiritually and the other physically. Together we can double the number of women and babies saved from abortion in 2024. Become a Pledge-raising Walker to save a woman and her baby from abortion. Invite your friends and family to join you at a locally hosted Walk.

Imagine sharing in our Master’s joy upon His return! 2X our Master’s pro-life talents.

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