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Friday, the 26th day of June, we all realized we are no longer a Christian nation. The Supreme Court decided, after 150 years, that homosexual marriage was hidden in the 14th Amendment to the Constitution of The United States of America. However, the truth of the matter is, it is not there. Furthermore, while this case was pending, Supreme Court Justices Kagan and Ginsburg performed same-sex ceremonies -- so much for a fair and impartial verdict! Nevertheless, no matter how this court does away with our constitution and the democratic process, we should not honor such a law.
The homosexual community says this new ruling is freedom, and we should accept it. But, for whom is this freedom: for the business owner who believes it’s wrong and doesn’t want to serve a homosexual couple by photographing their union, or for the baker who won’t bake their cake? Where is freedom of conscience, freedom of religion?
George Orwell once said, “The further a society drifts from truth the more it will hate those who speak it.” History has shown us that any nation which has embraced homosexual sin has fallen or been destroyed. Accordingly, Harvard sociologist Pitirim Sorokin found no culture surviving once it ceased to support marriage and monogamy (marriage between a man and a woman -- traditional marriage).
This new Supreme Court decision did not change the Word of God and it definitely didn’t change God. In truth, God’s Word, from the beginning to the end, clearly condemns immorality; and homosexual marriage will never be accepted by God. Therefore, we must keep believing and speaking the truth. It’s the only hope for people to be able to repent and get right with God.
This is a sad moment for America and for those of us who still believe in God’s inerrant Truth – His Word -- not a truth watered down by so-called politically-correct Christians. We must pray and stand up for righteousness: God’s way of living and thinking.
Just a Thought,
Published on Monday, June 29, 2015 @ 7:33 AM CDT
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