Marriage on the rocks?

You do know what’s going on dont’ you? I don’t necessarily mean gay marriage being legalized in more US states, but you know what’s happening, right?

Here’s a couple of recent hints:

1. False pastor Rick Warren is now a supporter of homosexual marriage.

2. A counseling major at Eastern Michigan  University is kicked out of school for refusing to accept homosexuality as normal as a condition to receiving her credentials.

3. Savior-in-chief Obama adds a gay christian and COGIC Presiding Bishop to his “faith based” slap-chop organization.

4. Homosexual bishop Vickie Gene Robinson tells gays rights activists to play the God card if they want their rights.

There is a coming storm.  Its not a matter of if, but when. Jesus warned us to make sure our houses were built on the rock and not on the sand.  Check your foundation now and make sure you are on The Rock.

And everyone who listens to these words of mine but does not act on them will be like a fool who built his house on sand. The rain fell, the floods came, and the winds blew and buffeted the house. And it collapsed and was completely ruined (Matthew 7:26-27)

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16 thoughts on “Marriage on the rocks?

  1. Yes, I tend to think it is inevitable but that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t still fight it. Abortion “rights” might have been inevitable but that doesn’t mean that thousands or millions wouldn’t have been saved if they were delayed more.

    Robinson just adds to his crimes more and more. What a wolf in sheep’s clothing.

  2. Right Neil and so true. This is no call to retreat to the hills and pray till Jesus comes, it is a call to war.

    Goliath wants it. Let find five smooth stones…

  3. ALSO, GRAH, I SHOULD HAVE WATCHED THAT VIDEO BEFORE I POSTED. NO, YOU’RE LOSING YOURSELF TO THE MORONS, GCMWATCH, I KNOW YOU’RE BETTER THAN THAT.

  4. This is all so disturbing the switching back and forth and the influence that Rick Warren has. As I was looking at Yvette Flunders website, she will be appearing with Bishop Larry Trotter at Bishop Wyatte Greenlee’s church Revival. Is Bishop Trotter now preaching inclusive theology?

  5. I believe that there will be more moving and shaking of the earth (literally) as has already been foretold because the sin upon it is so heavy (see Isaiah 24:16-20). There will not only be “storms” and “earthquakes,” but also “fires.” I pray not, but it’s what my spirit is “hearing” within. May the Lord move us from our iniquity and from the power of satan to the power of God (Acts 26:15-18).

  6. Rick Warren…….what is going on with him? I’m wondering why would he issue an “apology” for standing firm on his core beliefs? This is so out of hand. And then Mr. Blake (as you can see, I have left off their religious titles intentionally) was just positioning himself to be named on almost any board within the Obamanite administration. Slick move there, Blake!

    As for the NOM video, that was really good. Of course there are rebuttles to the vid on utube, but as usual, they don’t make any sense. Same arguments that come to nothing when drawn to logical end.

    Then there was Gene Robinson…there are no words to describe what I read from the SOVO online article. It was silly. Brothers and sisters in the Lord, I think you may wanna get your boxing gloves out and get ready to start learning to jab and uppercut w/ the Word. These folks ain’t playing. They are coming for Christ’s church…to redefine what it means and to break down almost every standard that gets in the way of the idea full on hedonism.

  7. James, thanks for your comments. Dead on brother, especially the one about learning to “jab and uppercut with the Word”. For sure!

    This quote from Vickie Gene is quite telling (my bold):
    “Normally churches worry about the state impinging on them. But this is a case where beliefs about homosexuality amongst Jews and Muslims and Christians are actually affecting the secular debate over gay civil rights. If you factored out the religious opposition to our civil rights, I think we would be there…

    Yes, I think religion could do everyone good, but my argument is not that gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people have to be religious. But even if they are not religious, they have to pay attention to the religious arguments, because that really is what is holding us back from equal rights.

    Translation: shut down the church’s mouth and opposition to homosexuals. This is from a so-called Christian! Ive always said I dont care what arena homosexuals are in their FIRST priority is their rights. All other labels just facilitate attaining that goal.

  8. Political protection of a sexual practice is ludicrous. I do not believe it is proper to pass laws stating that homosexuals have ‘rights.’ What about pedophilia or bestiality? These are sexual practices. Should they also be protected by law? If homosexuality is protected by law, why not those as well?
    Of course, these brief paragraphs can in no way exhaust the issue of homosexuality’ s moral equity. But, the family is the basis of our culture. It is the most basic unit. Destroy it and you destroy society.
    What should be the Christian’s Response to the Homosexual?
    Just because someone is a homosexual does not mean that we cannot love him (or her) or pray for him (her). Homosexuality is a sin and like any other sin, it needs to be dealt with in the only way possible. It needs to be laid at the cross, repented of, and never done again.
    As a Christian, you should pray for the salvation of the homosexual the same you would any other person in sin. You should treat them with the same dignity as a person made in the image of God, that you would any other person. However, this does not mean that you are to approve of their sin. Don’t compromise your witness for a politically correct opinion that is shaped by guilt and fear.

  9. Pastor, while I agree with your concerns over the state of the Church and our alliance with sin and worldly ideals, I’m not sure your statement that Rick Warren supports gay marriage is completely accurate. I’ve attached this link for reference. I’m certainly not trying to skim over real issues (anyone that knows me knows that I’m am very outspoken over what I perceive as compromise and downright cowardness as it relates to this “new wave” of ministers and their connection to the ‘world”), but I just don’t want to falsely accuse anyone. There’s enough “truth” to accuse them of! LOL- So here’s the link to an article this week in CT:

    http://www.christianitytoday.com/ct/2009/aprilweb-only/114-31.0.html

    God Bless!

  10. HI CS, Thanks for the link. I read it but it appears Warren is now just stumbling all over the layers of lies he continues to tell.

    To me either youre with righteousness all the way or youre not. I base that on Jesus’ lukewarm statement in Rev.

    When Rick Warren said he has “never been and never will be” an “anti-gay or anti-gay marriage activist, what does that mean?

    If youre not against (anti) gay marriage, you must be for it.

    At best this guy is trying to play both sides of the fence which to me is sickening.

  11. My week is up, yes? Can I respond to this? I have literally been waiting to respond to this all week.

    Political protection of a sexual practice is ludicrous. I do not believe it is proper to pass laws stating that homosexuals have ‘rights.’ What about pedophilia or bestiality? These are sexual practices. Should they also be protected by law? If homosexuality is protected by law, why not those as well?

    This is false. Homosexuality is not an exclusively sexual “practice.” Homosexuality by itself is an attraction to the same gender, like how heterosexuality is an attraction to the opposite sex. Being homosexual does not automatically imply that you have sex with the same gender. In fact, it’s estimated that only 37% of gay males engage in “sodomy.” That’s just over a third. As in, almost two thirds of the male homosexual population do not engage in anal sex.

    Of course, these brief paragraphs can in no way exhaust the issue of homosexuality’ s moral equity. But, the family is the basis of our culture. It is the most basic unit. Destroy it and you destroy society.

    Just about any educated historian will disagree with you on this one. Societies which have treated homosexuals as equals have only thrived.

    I’m trying to keep my comments as nonconfrontational as possible, and what I’ve said here is pretty much common knowledge, so.

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