Woe to those who call evil good, and good evil;
Who put darkness for light, and light for darkness;
Who put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter! (Is 5:20)
Folks, we are entering a darker season sooner than even I expected. For since the Supreme Court of the United States has seen fit to force this country into the mold of violent sin in the form of homosexual marriage, those who follow Christ will begin to enter into a time of persecution. How much and to what degree remains to be seen. The beginning of this salvo has begun in Kentucky as many of you are aware. Today a woman who is standing in the righteousness of Christ has been put into jail because she refuses to condone the sins of others. By the example of her life and testimony she had been married multiple times before she was brought to the saving grace of Christ.
I couldn’t think of a better example. A woman who came to realize the importance and sanctity of matrimony between a man and a woman is being used of God to witness to the world and suffer for His name. Do you think more of us in Christ should be standing with her?
If marriage between the same sex were condoned by God do you think there would be life produced from such unions? But no. There is only death. Because no life can come of such unions. Only the union of a man and a woman can produce life. That’s the way God designed it to be. Everything else is a perversion of what God set forth. It is a perverse love that will never produce another life to carry on a family life. People in same sex unions have to re-define what has been standard since the beginning of time.
So who are we kidding? Did love win today? No. Today the rebellious towards God celebrated what they thought was a victory to openly walk in their sin. The truth is their time is short. God will not look upon this for long. But not before the bride of Christ is refined through the fire of persecution.
10 Many shall be purified, made white, and refined, but the wicked shall do wickedly; and none of the wicked shall understand, but the wise shall understand. (Dan 12:10)
May the Lord Jesus guide you in these days. We shall need Him and His strength.