from Charisma News
In the aftermath of the Supreme Court’s decision on marriage, which effectively codifies Bible believers as bigots, the attack on conservative Christian values has reached fever pitch.
This is not the slightest surprise, as I and many others have been warning for some time now, but the ferocity and ugliness of it is still shocking, and it is something we must be prepared for.
The other day I posted on Twitter, “Much has changed since the SCOTUS decision, but more has not changed. Jesus is still Lord, the world is still fallen, Satan is still raging.”
An “equality” advocate responded by challenging me to name one thing in my life that had changed since the decision.
from American Family Association
For liberals and homosexual activists, whether they got their feelings hurt has now become the sole indicator of iniquity. If something you or I do causes them emotional discomfort, it is the equivalent in their eyes of physical assault and must be punished by the power of the state. Lawsuit after lawsuit has been filed by the gay lobby against Christian business owners on the grounds they were offended by how they were treated.
(It must be noted that treating the hurting of someone’s feelings as an offense does not extend to Christians. They may be insulted, grieved, demonized and vilified at will. In fact, inflicting emotional distress on Christians seems to have become a point of pride for many progressives.)
This brings us to what the Supreme Court did to Muslims last Friday. The entire world knows exactly how the “religion of peace” deals with homosexuals: they tie them to chairs and throw them off eight story buildings, and then, if they survive the fall, stone them to death.
In fact, on Friday, the very day the Supreme Court handed down its abominable gay marriage ruling, ISIS threw four homosexuals off the roof of an apartment building, perhaps to stick a thumb in the eye of the United States.
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Over and over again we are told that we have lost the culture wars and that it’s time for us to throw in the towel and capitulate, especially as the Supreme Court’s decision on redefining marriage is about to be announced (or has even been announced by the time you read this article).
I’m here to announce that no matter what the Supreme Court says … no matter what the President says … no matter what society says … we are not bowing down to anyone other than the Lord Himself. And with God’s help, there’s not a shred of a possibility that we will compromise our convictions when it comes to the meaning of marriage.
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