“But the fearful, and unbelieving, and the abominable, and murderers… and all liars, shall have their part in the lake which burneth with fire and brimstone: which is the second death.”—Revelation 21:8
According to a May 19, 2020 article by Meredith Blake in the Los Angeles Times, “The woman behind ‘Roe vs. Wade’ didn’t change her mind on abortion. She was paid.”
That might come as a truly stunning revelation for many people who believe the woman truly repented of her complicity in the murder of so many unborn babies.
For those not familiar with the infamous United States Supreme Court case, a woman named Norma McCorvey, was the anonymous plaintiff in the landmark Roe v. Wade ruling, decided in January, 1973. The vote was 7–2, and the slaughter of the unborn baby in the mother’s womb was legalized in this country.
In 1995 McCorvey allegedly had a conversion experience and began to work to overturn the blood-stained law that bore her name.
But it was all a lie, McCorvey says in a documentary filmed in the months before her death in 2017, claiming she only did it because she was paid by antiabortion groups including Operation Rescue. “I was the big fish. I think it was a mutual thing. I took their money and they’d put me out in front of the cameras and tell me what to say. That’s what I’d say,” she says in ‘AKA Jane Roe,’ which premieres Friday on FX. It was all an act. I did it well too. I am a good actress.
Liberals and Feminist who worship at the altar of abortion, and all those with a cold heart and a dead soul who want to continue to profit by tearing babies to pieces, or selling their little body parts for profit, might find comfort in discovering that McCorvey was “one of them” after all, but it does not change ultimate reality. The truth of the matter is that Norma McCorvey has gone where, for all eternity, she can lie, deceive, hate, and murder. There is a place called Hell, and Norma McCorvey has earned the right to go there.
The Bible says that the wages of sin is death (Rom. 6:23). Wages is what we earn. Wages is what individuals deserve. Norma McCorvey worked very hard to kill her own baby, and when that failed, she worked even harder to destroy as many other babies as possible. How cruel and unkind can a human being be? Norma McCorvey, a daughter of the Devil, is the answer.
Though the body of McCorvey is dead and buried, her soul is still alive. Today, it is she who is tormented, and no longer the tormentor of the innocent.
In Hell, McCorvey’s lawyer, Gloria Allred, who supported her in butchering babies, cannot hold up her hand in “victory,” as she did that fateful day in January, 1973. There is hand wringing in Hell, but no holding of a hand in comfort.
Today, Norma McCorvey is no longer smiling for the camera, as she did for her final documentary. With the rich man in Hell, who died long ago having had no compassion for Lazarus, McCorvey flounders in darkness, reflecting the blackness of her own heart. Norma flounders without any kindness being extended to her, not even a drop of water to cool her tongue in the flame. She who had no mercy on the unborn, will find no mercy in Hell.
The life of Norma McCorvey did not have to end the way it did. She had a chance to repent, and pretended for many years that she did repent. But even her repentance needed to be repented of, for, as Meredith Blake writes, “It was all a lie.”
Is your life a lie? Will the truth eventually come out with an honest confession that you only pretended to be good in order to gain something of personal value?
If you do not want to die the death of the wicked, which is called in the Bible the Second Death, then know this, “The gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord” (Rom. 6:23).
Norma McCorvey was offered eternal life, but she rejected it. Norma took money for a lie, laughed for the camera, and then died. Like Esau, she sold her soul cheaply.
Do not join Norma in her terrible fate. Repent of your sins. Receive the grace and mercy of God today, and in this very hour. Tomorrow may be too late for salvation. “Whereas ye know not what shall be on the morrow. For what is your life? It is even a vapor, that appeareth for a little time, and then vanisheth away” (Jas. 4:14).
Jane Roe will never rest in peace, and for this reason. There are too many more lives to kill. Her legacy lives on. One day, Roe v. Wade will be overturned and the national madness of officially and legally murdering children in America will end. Christians can pray, protest, and work for that day to come soon.