The phrase, “it isn’t hurting anyone else” is a lie.
Proverbs 12:22-23 Lying lips are abomination to the LORD: but they that deal truly are his delight.
Sin hurts everyone and filters to those around us which is why God wants us to seek Him and his goodness. He knows the outcome better than we do.
The homosexual lifestyle is a small number of people in the United States compared to the almost 320 million that live here. That doesn’t stop them from being loud.
Their agenda has reached the White House in a determined effort to rule it over everyone that these people are different. In other words everyone else is to adjust their lifestyle around them. Sorry. It doesn’t work that way.
The fact it has reached a national level wreaks of danger. When a country adopts that which is evil as good, all suffer. Why? Because no one stopped them. No one was louder. No one prevented it from occurring in the first place. Had the church done its job, America wouldn’t be fighting this battle right now.
Prayer changes people. Often it changes our circumstances but the direct connection in prayer with God is what moves Him to intervene. That’s what America must do now to end this revolt.
The devil has many blinded to the truth.
“But we should be tolerant of others.”
“We should allow people to love who they want.”
“Discrimination is wrong.”
This whiny list is getting old.
God created us in His image. He knew the “family” with a mother and father was the Godly likeness we needed to be. That hasn’t changed because God hasn’t changed.
The idea that one day we wake up and decide to be someone else, is a flat out demonic trick. It’s a selfish, all about me scheme to get attention or worse. And like any other sin it leads to hell unless sincere repentance occurs.
The enemy is forever trying to get us to think about ourselves instead of God and our purpose. The quicker we wake up to this truth the more people will understand how wicked it is.
The church needs to unite against these evils and pray. We must stand in unison to fight the enemy. We must seek God daily and search for his heart. We must change our thinking and that can only be done through a deep, personal relationship with God.