I’m going to be bold:

You can’t be a whole Bible believing Christian and be pro-choice.

Now I’m going to add a verse to the pro-life arsenal that the Spirit revealed to me yesterday, but first a few common verses that already support life being recognized in the womb:

My late mother was a local champion of pro-life causes and traveled with a display of Bible verses and 3-D models of babies in the womb. Many Christian pro-lifers use verses such as the ones contained in psalm 139 to speak to other Christians about the sanctity of life from the moment of conception. The Lord stitched us together from our mother’s womb (psalm 139:13-16), we have sinned from our mother’s womb (psalm 51:5), and we have been called from our mother’s womb (Jer 1:5).

With seers in the family that have witnessed incredible things such as an instant change or light very early in pregnancy (my mother knew the moment my 2nd child implanted), a spiritual light in the womb, and even seeing the spiritual face of the child looking out from the womb, there is no question in my mind life begins at conception.

But what if it’s earlier? While reading about Abraham and paying tithes to Melchizedek, I was struck with the account of Hebrews 7:9 where Levi also paid tithes while in the loins of Abraham. Levi was counted as a person that could do an action that had real world effects BEFORE conception. Let that sink in. The Bible not only affirms our spirit is implanted in the womb (Psalm 139), it declares a person exists and can execute actions before conception.

There is no biblical argument for pro-choice. None. But there’s an incredible amount in defense of life in the earliest possible stages.