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You haven't one word of substantiating Scripture here.
The Bible is the written Word of God, as inspired to the Prophets and Apostles through the Holy Spirit, and subsequently understood by mankind ever since through the indwelling Holy Spirit.
What you are spouting is pure science fiction. Never are there "illegal stowaways" among the souls of aborted infants.
In no way is this garbage substantiated by Scripture. Human babies are not born bad, ugly or evil... All are precious in God's sight.
Jesus' disciples (then and now), struggle with pride and self-importance. Jesus’ remedy was to lift up the attitude and trusting humility of children as our example, worthy of emulating. His followers were obsessed with obtaining and displaying their own future greatness, and were in every way reflecting worldly standards in this respect. Jesus understood this to be succumbing to a trap set by Satan, who had attempted to snare Jesus Christ in this same way in the wilderness (Luke 4:6).
Not only did Jesus make time to spend with children in order to bless them, he was blessed by their presence, as He said that to such as they belong the Kingdom of Heaven. Jesus constantly turned the worldly notion of king and kingdom on its head, causing many to turn away from him. Only those with “ears to hear” (Mark 4:12) would be able to accept this counter-cultural message that so denies the natural inclination of sinful man.
Genesis 1:1 could have started out, "Jesus said."
But here the written Word relates the Word spoken, by the Word who became flesh (John 1:14). All Scripture is infallible. All of it is inspired. All is instrumental in revealing fundamental truth about God’s nature and that he desires each of us to operate in faith and with humility.
Children are not punished for the sins committed by their parents; neither are parents punished for the sins of their children. Each of us is responsible for our own sins. Ezekiel 18:20: "The soul who sins is the one who will die. The son will not share the guilt of the father, nor will the father share the guilt of the son."
Everyone is born with the propensity (inclination) to sin, but until old enough to have self awareness, cannot be guilty of committing sin.
Matthew 19:14 "Jesus said, Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these."