Linda Wall | Barbwire
Over thirty-three years ago God called me out of the darkness of homosexuality into His marvelous light.
Thirty-three years ago I sat on a couch in the home of some Virginia Beach school teachers turning down an invitation to attend a wedding in Vermont. Even in my lost state I knew deep down inside of me that marriage was holy and it was not a place two men or two women should go.
Yet, here we are thirty-three years later with men marrying men and women marrying women being the law of the land. Although I saw it coming, I still want to vomit every time I am reminded of this abomination.
Did I say abomination? Absolutely! If the Creator calls it abomination, then I have a right, I have a commitment to Him to call it the same.
On Sunday after the abominable ruling by the five unelected judges in black robes, I intentionally listened to three different preachers to see how they handled this new law redefining the Holy God’s definition of marriage.
My observation resulted in one thought: “no wonder this Judeo-Christian nation has fallen into the hands of the Sodomites!”
Not one of the three preachers called this moment in time abominable.
As a matter of fact, all three played the “politically correct” card and tiptoed about the matter. Two served their congregation the “sweet message of everything is ok, God is on the throne.” And the third led a “pep rally”, “Jesus is coming back any day now to get us.” I wanted to barf at all three.
Too many American Christians have thrown one half of the Holy Word of God away; the Old Testament. They operate in a mind set of “come to Jesus and all will be well. Eat, drink and be merry because tomorrow we are flying out of here.”
There is no mention of judgment. There is no mention of sin. There is no mention of repentance.
What I should have seen in the three sanctuaries were people on their knees and faces weeping before the Lord and repenting of the sins of the Church and calling on God to deliver us from this abominable evil that He has allowed to come upon our nation.
May the Remnant hide in the shadow of the Almighty and not be afraid to call abominable what is abominable.
May the judgment of God fall upon the wicked who have devoured the nation and may the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob be glorified upon the earth again.