A Look At The WorldoMeter

In case you haven’t heard, there is a website called worldometer that gives real-time data and statistics of various information throughout the globe. Information such as the world’s population and death records etc. (There is also an app you can download onto your phone.)

For example, here is a screenshot of this morning’s data regarding covid. This is a global number, not just America.

Now this is where we reach a glass half full or empty scenario. We can choose to see the 5 million deaths or we can choose to see the 241 million recoveries. In no way am I diminishing the value of the 5 million deaths. I value life and it is tragic that these people are no longer with us. I do have to wonder, based on everything we’ve seen and heard over the last 2 years, how many of this 5 million died from covid and how many died with covid. I don’t think we will ever know, unless the Lord chooses to tell us.

Meanwhile, take a look at this screenshot.

What the screenshots do not show you, is how these numbers are clicking and changing with each second. Well not all of them. Some of the numbers change slowly. Take a look at how many abortions have taken place this year. That number looked like a stopwatch or timer in that it is constantly updating. I don’t know about you, but this chills me to the bone. 40 million babies, and counting, have died this year alone at the request of their mother and at the hands of someone who vowed to “do no harm”.

I am at a loss for words. My heart breaks. How much longer will the Lord allow this to go on?

Major City Set to Vote on Texas Travel Ban in Protest of New Pro-Life Law

Mom’s Note: can you imagine being so desperate to kill babies? Portland, by all appearances and this is just my opinion keep in mind, is being swallowed up by a portal to hell. Has anything good come from Portland lately?

By Dillon Burroughs
September 6, 2021 at 8:18am
The city council in Portland, Oregon, plans to vote this week on a proposal to ban trading goods and services with Texas and to bar state employees from traveling for business to the Lone Star State over a new abortion law that went into effect Wednesday.

“Mayor Wheeler announced today that the Portland City Council will vote on an emergency resolution next Wednesday, September 8th, with the intent to ban the City’s future procurement of goods and services from, and City employee business travel to, the state of Texas,” the council said in a news release on Friday.

“The ban will be in effect until the state of Texas withdraws its unconstitutional ban on abortion or until it is overturned in court.”