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Queenland pro-life battle heats up ahead of state election

The upcoming Queensland election is arguably one of the most significant pro-life events in our nation’s history. Until this day, changes to abortion law have reduced the protection of life. But on 31 October, Queensland voters who care about life have a very real choice.

The following parties have all committed to review Qld’s current diabolical abortion legislation and enact changes to save babies and protect women:

Queensland’s Opposition Leader, Deb Frecklington, is calling for a review on: 

It’s not surprising then, that a Black Mass has been planned in Noosa on election eve. The Noosa Temple of Satan is part of a network ‘Satanic Australia’. They are politically active and say that they fight for “Satanic change” such as access to euthanasia and abortion.

It was so encouraging to meet with Sunshine Coast pastors, church and prayer network leaders last week to pray and plan our response to this evil. We came from different backgrounds and different traditions, but we were of one mind and heart. It was such a wonderful time of fellowship. Together we recognised that Satan may be a powerful enemy, but as followers of Jesus, we have no fear. Satan’s power is limited and will end. We serve the King of Kings and the Lord of Lords and we fix our eyes on Jesus. But this is not a passive response. Quite the opposite.

We are determined to act, as we:

Keeping our eyes focused on Jesus, we will work together to use what is meant for evil, to bring glory to God’s name on the beautiful Sunshine Coast.

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