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Let Us Pray: Celebrating the Second Anniversary of Dobbs

“Let everything that has breath praise the LORD! Praise the LORD!” – Psalm 150:6

Exactly two years ago on this very day, pro-life Americans erupted in praise to the Lord and in celebration due to the United States Supreme Court’s decision in the case of Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. The monumental and historic Dobbs decision overturned the horrendous 1973 decision of Roe v. Wade that “legalized” abortion nationwide.

On June 24, 2022, the High Court righteously ruled to end the nearly fifty-year gruesome reign of Roe, which allowed for the killing of over 63 million Americans in the womb. Today, there is much to celebrate as Roe no longer rules and major ground has been gained in the fight for life.

In just two short years, there are now 24 states that have laws defending life at 15 weeks or sooner, with 20 states protecting babies with a heartbeat. Also, annually, there are an estimated 200,902 unborn children who are now protected by these pro-life laws.

Under the Roe regime, Kentucky was the location of over 4,000 “legally” performed abortions every year. After Dobbs, Kentucky’s Human Life Protection Act went into effect and banned elective abortion in the Commonwealth.

Praise God, today, there are babies alive in Kentucky, and across the nation, who would have been aborted if not for the pro-life laws that have been passed in numerous states. As we celebrate the second anniversary of Dobbs, let us not forget that our work is not done.

Sadly, there are an estimated 1,000,000 abortions still occurring annually here in the United States. May the celebration of today only thrust us forward in our fight to see our nation one day be a land where abortion is no more!


Father, we praise You that Roe is no longer the law of the land here in the United States. Lord, we praise You for the pro-life measures that have been put in place over the last two years and the lives that they have saved. Father, empower us to fight for life so that one day every life will be cherished and protected in our nation. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.