‘Conversation in the Womb’

Category: Daily Inspiration Comments: 21 comments

Twins

Baby 1: And you, you believe in life after birth?

Baby 2: Absolutely. It’s obvious that life after birth exists. We are here to become stronger and to get ready for whatever awaits us next.

Baby 1: This is absurd. There is nothing after birth! What would life look like outside the womb!

Baby 2: Well, there are many stories about the other side. I’ve heard there is a blaze of light there, an intense and profound feeling of joy with deep emotions, thousands of things to live for… For example, I’ve heard that we’ll eat with our mouth there.

Baby 1: That’s silly. We have an umbilical cord and that is how we eat. Everyone knows that we don’t use our mouth to eat! And, on top of that, no one has ever come back from the other world. Those stories are all coming from naive people. Life just ends at birth. Period. That’s the way it is and we must accept it.

Baby 2: Alright, then allow me to think differently. That’s for sure, I have no idea what life after birth looks like, and I can’t prove anything to you. But I like to believe that in the next world, we’ll be able to see our mother and that she will take care of us.

Baby 1: “Mother”? You mean that you believe in “Mother”? Oh! So where is she?

Baby 2: Everywhere, don’t you see it! She is everywhere, all around us. We are part of her and it’s thanks to her that we are living right now. Without her, we wouldn’t be here.

Baby 1: This is ridiculous! I’ve never seen any mother so it’s obvious that she doesn’t exist.

Baby 2: I don’t agree. That’s your way of seeing things. Because sometimes when everything quiets down a little bit, we can hear her sing. We can feel her hugging our world! I’m pretty sure that our life will start after birth.

Writer- Anon

Abie Rothenberg did a song based on the above mentioned text. The song is written from the point of view of what the two twins can see. The song came out in 1993 and has been a classic ever since. The song is titled “Conversation in the Womb”.

This interesting conversation is very apt for me now, reason I am sharing. Now more than ever, we are faced with opinions that seem to consider just what we can see and what is good for us. Never has life been more selfish and averse to God’s word and God’s rules.  Now, in the New Age, we are constantly faced with alternative ideologies that are self-appealing and self seeking. This analogy speaks to me about Truth vs. Opinion and in these times, there seems to be a lot of opinions based on a perspective that sounds very much like that of Baby 1. Baby 1 was so limited by the present that he denied the existence of a mother who gave him his very existence. His life was derived from her and yet he failed to see.

On the 27th day of June, 2013, the American Supreme Court declared same-sex marriage legal in the State of California. With this singular event, scripture is again being fulfilled. Now, consent has become key…two consenting adults. Then what next? A consenting adult and a dog? This endemic move has continued to spread, as we see political consciousness replacing spiritual awareness in different spheres of life.

Now, we appear to be rewriting God’s laws and seeking political correctness to ensure that everyone is happy.  We are creating a new god in our heads, the god of self. We seek to please everyone and ensure that nobody is hurt even when God’s word is clear. Truth is that there is a God and there is a judgment seat. Our failure to acknowledge it does not change the fact that at the judgment seat, all that will count will be the word of God. Like a curriculum counts in the face of an impending examination.  We seem to have become so immune to God and His commands and ensconced so that all the things happening around the world which reflect the truth of God’s word from Luke 21 and Matt 24 and should inspire us to walk circumspectly are lost on us.

I hope the conversation between the unborn twins’ results in a paradigm shift and inspires us to really think about our lives and align with God. Whether we accept it or not, He exists and He will do what His word says. In the words of John Hagee, sin is not what society says it is. Sin is not what the media says it is. Sin is what God says it is, and His labels do not change.

.God bless your heart

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21 comments to ‘Conversation in the Womb’

  • Ifueko  says:

    Thanks for this post. Very insightful!

    • Stupendous Grace  says:

      Dear Ifueko,
      God bless you! thank you so much for reading.

  • Uduak  says:

    Wow…a beautiful piece!!! The conversation totally depicts a system of unbelief in the lives after our existence here, which is surprisingly gaining ground. God bless you for this illustration…it sends the message home.

    • Stupendous Grace  says:

      Wow! thanks ‘Son’. You finally got to comment. Jokes apart though, i agree that it is such a deep illustration. That one does not see God or believe He exists or that there is life after death does not change the fact that there is. God help us not to only ‘know’ but to consistently apply what we know as we live our lives for Him.

  • phebe  says:

    Deep. Apt. Word we need in the now. God bless you

    • Stupendous Grace  says:

      Thank you so much Phebe. God bless you too! May God give us the grace to speak and stand for Him.

  • Tessa  says:

    Now, consent has become key…two consenting adults. Then what next? A consenting adult and a dog?

  • Tessa  says:

    Now, consent has become key…two consenting adults. Then what next? A consenting adult and a dog?

    Yes o
    You make sense
    WE keep pushing the line to see how far we can go before we actually get hurt or destroy the earth and the people’s or change our lifestyle till it is irreparable
    What is acceptable is constantly changing, we have no idea how much we need boundaries.
    It is not and/nor, it will never be.
    Seek Him, Seek Jesus

    • Stupendous Grace  says:

      Thanks Tessa, truly,we need boundaries of the ever unchanging word so much so that our opinions are lost in what God has to say about every matter. Time more than ever before to define our boundaries and seek Jesus. Thanks so much for stopping by and sharing.

  • Ese Walter  says:

    I was actually reading that in a dramatic voice in my head. The conversation is properly illustrated and sends an important message home. It definitely did for me. Thank you so much for sharing. God bless you.

    • Stupendous Grace  says:

      Thank you so much Ese. Funny enough, i can easily imagine you voice reading the conversation in a dramatic voice. God help us to always keep the truth of His word before us. AMEN.

  • Hauwa  says:

    Brilliant piece dear, keep up the glorious work!

    • Stupendous Grace  says:

      Thank you so much dear. God bless you!

  • Ray Lady  says:

    God’s word is yea & Amen! No matter how much the rulers of this world decide to tweak and turn it, God’s standards never change!
    More than ever before, let Him that names the name of the Lord depart from iniquity!
    The Lord returns soon!
    Selah

    • Stupendous Grace  says:

      Dear RayLady, Very true! God’s standard sure remains the same. May God give us the grace to depart from iniquity and stand firm in His truth. The Lord surely is coming soon, when He comes, I pray He finds faith in us. AMEN!

  • yougeecash  says:

    Brilliant and truly timely. Now I see where u have been hiding. :) great blog/site cheers

    • Stupendous Grace  says:

      LOL@ hiding. Are you sure I’ve been hiding or you just haven’t ‘seen’ me? Oh, the power of revelation… thanks for stopping by dear. Don’t be a stranger. :-)

  • Femi Oni  says:

    Thank you lady of God. This piece is truly brilliant to say the least. I am blessed by it. God bless your heart continually.

  • Abeonekaenobi  says:

    The beauty about God is He speaks to us through everything. We just av to be still and listen. Beautiful piece sis! Well done. Ur oil of honour shall be renewed daily. May ur ears be ever open to receiving from our saviour

    • Stupendous Grace  says:

      Amen! Amen!! Amen!!! God is always ready to speak to us, everywhere and through anything. May our ears be open to hear and our hearts to perceive. Thanks sis.

  • Natalia  says:

    Good day! Would you mind if I share your blog wwith my facebook group?
    There’s a lot of people that I think would really appreciate your
    content. Please let mee know. Thanks

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