These photos were taken at real events, one called “Drag them to Pride” where transgendered persons danced on stages as young children were encouraged to stuff money in their underwear while signs flashed perverted messages that read it’s “not gonna lick itself”.
Are you sickened? Is this not child abuse? How can we sit idly by while this happens?
Pastors are you speaking up? If not, why not?
Politicians are you drafting laws against this abuse? If not, why not?
Parents are you serious about protecting your children? What are you doing to shield them from this demonic world? Do you know what’s going on at their schools? Have you thoroughly checked out the homes of those where you allow them to spend time?
There is a real war being waged against the heart and souls of our children and against all that we once called good in this nation.
Why are so many so content to sit idly by?
Sin is creeping at our doors. The enemy is prowling like a lion. Make no mistake, he has come to rob, kill and destroy.
Now is NOT the time to sit idly by. Now is the time to stand on truth. Now is the time to call evil by its’ name.
Let’s pray that the Lord would strengthen us and go before us.
Let’s ask Him to give us His words. Let’s beg Him to bring revival.
Let’s stop worrying so much about our comfortable lives and concern ourselves with our souls and the souls of those we know.
For if we believe the God of the Bible, we know this life is but a breath. We are sheep among wolves, called to be wise as serpents and harmless as doves. (Matt 10:16).
Our desire to serve the Lord may certainly cause us trouble with the lost who love this world, but our Father will care for us as He cares for the sparrow. He will give us what we need when we need it —even the very words we should speak. (Matt 10:19-20)
May we fear the Lord alone. May our lips speak of His goodness and the hope that is found in Him.
May we remember the things we have seen and heard—“The blind see and the lame walk; the lepers are cleansed and the dead hear; the dead are raised up and the poor have the gospel preached to them. And blessed is he who is not offended because of me.” (Gen 11:5-6).
May we be offended by sin and may we stand for truth! May we,who have been redeemed, find the strength to say so! May we not be afraid to speak His Name and stand on His Truth!