This weekend, for the first time, I became certain that this nation will soon have a reckoning. I had hope against hope that this nation would turn things around, and turn back to God, but now I believe that we have had our backs turned on Him for so long now, that He had had it with us. This is just the first of who-knows-what that will come through the floodgates now.
What it boils down to is that all the gays will have is a piece of paper. It might mean they are married in the eyes of the state, but they are not married in the eyes of God. He set out his design for marriage – between one man and one woman – as early as the second book of Genesis when Adam took Eve as his wife.
As for the gays who claim they are Christian – how do they rationalize that? They will say Jesus loves them – and that is true; He does love them. But he does not love their sinful ways. Jesus wants them to turn away from that, truly accept him as their Lord and Savior, and live according to God’s commands. That goes for the rest of us – love the sinner but hate the sin. All we can do is pray for them, minister to them, and show our concern for their everlasting soul but do not HATE them. The ultimate result will be between them and God.
@the fonz, thank you. Your post was filled with such Godly wisdom. Every word in your post was inspiring. God bless you, and I will pray for America, and all my fellow Christians as I hope all of you do as well. Thank you again for such a great post.
[-1] June 26, 2015 at 1:29pm
Yes, it does pre-date Christianity, but it is still God’s design. It goes back to Adam and Eve in the second book of Genesis. Remember, God wanted Adam and Eve, not Adam and Steve.
[-1] June 26, 2015 at 12:29pm
Call it a civil union if you must call it something, but don’t call it marriage. A real marriage is a Holy covenant between a man, a woman, and God.
This morning, a co-worker told me that the pastor of her church has already sent out a message, stating that their church will not be conducting ANY marriage ceremonies to avoid any legal issues by denying a gay wedding.
Marriage was around well before Christianity was even a notion. So tell me again how something that was around long long before your religion is a "Holy covenant between a man, a woman, and God."
Unless of course you're one of them people who believe anything that Ch and control actually belongs to them and therefore they can set all the rules.
 June 26, 2015 at 9:23am
Put Sanders and Hildabeast on the ticket together, and they’ll look just like the kind of crazy old couple that sits on the porch, yelling at neighborhood kids to “Git off mah lawn!”
 June 19, 2015 at 1:19pm
Will the Irish authorities listen to the leaders of mosques in Ireland, and prosecute those who say Christianity is a religion of infidels that deserve to be killed and are the devil’s minions? I would wager they will not. This sounds like a law coming real soon to a nation near you!
My grandfather was principal of a local high school from 1955-1975. When I was in high school, in 1996, I remember we were given an assignment where we were supposed to interview the oldest member of our family. One of the questions we asked was “what was the saddest day of your life?” My grandfather didn’t hesitate with his answer- “the day I got word that we had to desegregate the school.” I put that in my report since it was his honest answer- the teacher didn’t like it very much. lol
June 11, 2015 at 12:23pm
If they put a new time capsule in, I bet it won’t have a Holy Bible in there.
 June 11, 2015 at 12:18pm
Aw, poor baby. Go wipe your tears with $100 bills.
No one cares what you think since you jumped the shark. Nice cut offs!
 June 5, 2015 at 1:01pm
My great uncle flew bombers for SAC in the late 50′s into the mid 60′s, spending a lot of time in Alaska. He told me of several incidents where UFO’s buzzed his aircraft, and once flew alongside him for several seconds before speeding off. He says he knew damn well the U.S. Didn’t have anything with the capabilities these things had, and was pretty confident the Soviets didn’t either. So, that leaves one option. I’ve never seen a UFO but his word is good enough for me.
 May 31, 2015 at 11:26pm
Well, judging by the ribbons on his uniform, he has two battle stars on his Pacific Campaign ribbon, and the Philippine Liberation ribbon, so he did see combat service against the Japanese.
May 29, 2015 at 9:33pm
They did the same thing after Hurricane Katrina. I still have a can of it from then.
 May 28, 2015 at 12:19pm
He knows that his son won’t be learning it at school.
 May 26, 2015 at 9:54pm
Ann knows that with some people they’ll drive a knife into your back while giving that hug.
May 17, 2015 at 8:50pm
Yeah, RED skin.
 May 16, 2015 at 10:59pm
They should just run a standard apology disclaimer at the beginning of every show. “Dear viewers: There is no doubt that what you are about to see or hear is beyond stupid. MSNBC apologies in advance for this. Viewer discretion is advised.”
Oh, I am quite familiar with Sister Helen Prejean. My mother knew Faith Hathaway, the girl murdered by Robert Willie, who was one of the two combined real-life people the character Matthew Poncelet in “Dead Man Walking.” My grandmother, who was the secretary of the local high school, knew all involved with that case, including Mr. Willie.
 May 11, 2015 at 12:44pm
Muslims are taught to lie to non-believers. He can look her in the eye and lie a thousand times without batting an eye.