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Thank you for writing.
The points you reference are still part of the things that occur in a fallen world, but Jesus tell is that we should be doing a greater work and to be perfect as our Father in heaven is perfect, and to pray for His heavenly will to be done on earth as it is in heaven. There is no death or pain or mourning in heaven. So, if we pray for such things, then shouldn't we also do everything in our power to not work against them? Isn't it all a part of being truly pro-life?
Jesus also teaches us that no part of the Hebrew Testament would be done away with, so what we wrote is still relevant.
As a side note to your last question, our 75 lb. dog, Heidi, was vegan all her 15 years of life, and she was very healthy and active. The only reason she died was from complications from an insect bite (a part of the fallen world).
Just because we cannot make everything perfect, doesn't mean that we shouldn't try and pray that things would be better.
In the Love of the Lord,
Frank and Mary
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