Spirit of sodom: gays terrorize Boston church


Ripped from the bible’s pages, this story is simply unbelieveable in this era of alleged tolerance, acceptance and love. Apparently that extends to everyone except those who believe homosexuality is a sin.

But before they lay down, the men of the city, even the men of Sodom, compassed the house round, both old and young, all the people from every quarter:  And they called unto Lot, and said unto him, Where are the men which came in to thee this night? bring them out unto us, that we may know them. Gen 19:4-5

A Boston church holding a conference on overcoming homosexuality was surrounded by homosexual activists with bullhorns.

Via MassResistance,  we learn the activists first “demonstrated” outside the church but grew frustrated when they realized their actions were having no impact on the conference.

Tuesday afternoon, April 28, several major homosexual activist figures, including a prominent state employee, led a screaming demonstration to terrorize a downtown Boston church while it was holding a peaceful religious training event inside. Using a bullhorn, they illegally trampled through an adjoining Revolutionary War-era cemetery in order to be directly outside the church’s windows. Despite numerous apparent violations of the law, the Boston Police talked with them but refused to make any arrests.

That’s when the sodomites (appropriately labeled in this case) decided to push their illegal blasphemy to the edge. They were led by gay stormtrooper Wayne Besen who I broke fellowship with Exodus Intl over several years ago. Video below courtesy of MassResistance.

Remember this the next time the homosexuals brow beat you about loving and accepting them prima facie. And if this was Christians protesting gays, it would be on the national news.

This is the second time gays have attacked a Christian church in Boston for holding a homosexual change conference.

13 thoughts on “Spirit of sodom: gays terrorize Boston church

  1. Hypocrites indeed. This is just disgusting. We really need to put on the armor of God because it is truly going to get worse.

  2. IMO, I think Christians need to start going on the offensive and challenging the gay activists on some of their tactics. We need to start suing them for trespassing or violating our rights to free speech and religious freedom. They need to be sued for sexual harassment (where it applies) and the violation of civil rights (for example, in some public schools, teenage girls who are lesbians are blocking the bathrooms and students are afraid to go to the restroom). We cannot let all of the push-back be on one side.

    In any fight, if only one side is throwing the punches (and, of course, I mean this in the figurative sense), the side doing the fighting wins by default. The other party can simply walk away, but we are admonished as Christians to fight the good fight of faith. We are not supposed to be weak, wishy-washy or frightened.

  3. Thats exactly right. Press charges, sue for damages, haul these suckas into court, file complaints against inactive police, hire security that will do something…whatever it takes. The legal system is for all.

    Lawlessness is inexcusable and churches should stop allowing gay terrorists to get away with it cause they have some guilt complex about “not loving homosexuals”.

  4. GCM, I totally, totally agree with you. I felt this way as far back as the brutal attack against a Michigan(?) church where homosexuals literally stormed in, intimidating the congregation and desecrating the building with their antics.

    Nowhere in scripture does it prohibit Christians from seeking legal relief and justice against unsaved offenders that come against us. If nothing else, these episodes should provide the necessary stage for the world to see that real Christians are not sissified in speaking against AND ACTING on our convictions, thus contending for the faith.

  5. Yes christians do have the right to be protected by the same law of the land that all other have. I agree that they should have called the police, pressed charges, insisted on arrests, gotten police names and badge numbers, contacted Internal Affairs, and followed up on the case. We are to be non-violent, but we still have a right to be protected.

    Acts 16: 37-39 :

    37But Paul said to the officers: “They beat us publicly without a trial, even though we are Roman citizens, and threw us into prison. And now do they want to get rid of us quietly? No! Let them come themselves and escort us out.”

    38The officers reported this to the magistrates, and when they heard that Paul and Silas were Roman citizens, they were alarmed. 39They came to appease them and escorted them from the prison, requesting them to leave the city.

    Acts 22: 22-29 :

    22The crowd listened to Paul until he said this. Then they raised their voices and shouted, “Rid the earth of him! He’s not fit to live!”

    23As they were shouting and throwing off their cloaks and flinging dust into the air, 24the commander ordered Paul to be taken into the barracks. He directed that he be flogged and questioned in order to find out why the people were shouting at him like this. 25As they stretched him out to flog him, Paul said to the centurion standing there, “Is it legal for you to flog a Roman citizen who hasn’t even been found guilty?”

    26When the centurion heard this, he went to the commander and reported it. “What are you going to do?” he asked. “This man is a Roman citizen.”

    27The commander went to Paul and asked, “Tell me, are you a Roman citizen?”
    “Yes, I am,” he answered.

    28Then the commander said, “I had to pay a big price for my citizenship.”
    “But I was born a citizen,” Paul replied.

    29Those who were about to question him withdrew immediately. The commander himself was alarmed when he realized that he had put Paul, a Roman citizen, in chains.

  6. Charzetta3, I absolutely LOVE the way you put those scriptures together to support the point you made above. That really spoke to my spirit. Too many times saints act like we’re always supposed to just be meek as lambs and just “turn the other cheek”. But even Jesus put together a scourge so he could whip the moneychangers who were defiling his Father’s temple! It is time for the real church of the living God to make a stand for righteousness, and draw a line in the sand, and let the Devil know we’re not gonna just quietly put up with all this mess he’s trying to throw at us in these last days. The “fight” has been one-sided for too long. It’s time for us to fight back, and punch the Devil, and those who do his bidding,in the nose (figuratively, of course)… in Jesus’ name.

  7. I don’t know… I mostly came away from this video feeling pity for the so-called protesters denying the truth and trying to convince themselves that homosexuals are born that way and can’t be changed.

    But I also think it’s too bad the church didn’t have a sprinkler system in that cemetery.

    And are you sure the cop didn’t do anything? What was he writing up, and wasn’t that someone’s ID he had in his hand?

  8. Where you see “terrorism,” I see your everyday, constitutionally-protected protest. What is it about this event in particular that is so terrible? Just curious.

    GCMW: Since when is it constitutionally protected to go to the windows of a church (trespassing) —on its private grounds— when a service is in progress with bullhorns with the intent for gratuitous disruption (mob incitement)? Cite specific amendment. What’s American is to keep the “protest” on the public sidewalk and then go home. If you think that this is ok, then surely you must be seething about the “buffer zones” imposed against prolifers at abortion slaughter houses. If not, at best your position is hypocritical.

  9. Good morning.

    Had to think about this one long and hard. While I agree, no one should be harassed, the Apostle Peter stated:

    1 Peter 4:12-19
    (12) Beloved, do not be astonished at the fiery trial which is to try you, as though a strange thing happened to you,
    (13) but rejoice according as you are partakers of Christ’s suffering, so that when His glory shall be revealed, you may be glad also with exceeding joy.
    (14) If you are reviled for the name of Christ, you are blessed, because the Spirit of God and of glory rests on you. Truly according to them, He is blasphemed, but according to you He is glorified.
    (15) But let none of you suffer as a murderer, or a thief, or an evildoer, or a meddler in the affairs of others.
    (16) But if one suffers as a Christian, let him not be ashamed, but let him glorify God because of this.
    (17) For the time has come for the judgment to begin from the house of God. And if it first begins from us, what will be the end of those disobeying the gospel of God?
    (18) And if the righteous one is scarcely saved, where shall the ungodly and the sinner appear?
    (19) Therefore let those who suffer according to the will of God commit their souls in well-doing, as to a faithful Creator.

    While I agree no one should have to be subjected to such treatment, Scripture said it would happen to those who follow Jesus Christ. Jesus also stated:

    Matthew 5:38-40
    (38) You have heard that it was said, “An eye for an eye, and a tooth for a tooth.”
    (39) But I say to you, Do not resist evil. But whoever shall strike you on your right cheek, turn the other to him also.
    (40) And to him desiring to sue you, and to take away your tunic, let him have your coat also.

    My question is, when do we fight back, and when do we endure persecution for His name’s sake?

  10. Rush, as citizens of this country we have rights that as citizens of a higher kingdom we can choose to exercise or not exercise.

    I usually take for example Paul who when he was beat, protested that he was a freeborn Roman citizen and that their actions were illegal. He even demanded a Roman trial. But here’s the catch: he intended to use it to further preach the gospel.

    On the other hand, when Peter and John were beat by the Pharisees, they did not protest or file suit, they asked God for boldness to speak even the more.

    In this season of attack we are under, both spiritually and naturally, we have to use every occasion to further the gospel while reminding those like the sodomites attacking the church, that if they do not respect our rights, we will deal with them in civil courts.

    Im not saying everything is cut and dry. Sometimes we must suffer evil against us even when we are right. Sometimes we must stand up and fight evil with both prayer and action. Both are subject to the Spirit’s leading. And we are to accept suffereing as our lot, but we are not to accept injustice without seeking due remedy if it is our choice per the Lord’s leading.

    For instance, if someone hit your car, totalled it and killed your child, would you tell the police its okay. I’ll just suffer this one? Just turn the other cheek, so to speak?

    With the church case, I would definitely file a lawsuit against these individuals. They did this to penalize and intimidate the church and send a hate filled message to the wider church community that the gays will beat your door in and the police wont stop them, so we’d better keep our beliefs to ourselves. (isnt that a hate crime?),

    When do you not fight back? When the Spirit of God tells you not to.

  11. I don’t see any problem with this at all. Afterall, right wing christian activists have NO problem showing up at gay pride celebrations and getting in peoples faces, yelling and screaming bible verses and using bull horns to tell people they are going to hell.

    GCMW: Gay pride parades are PUBLIC, this church conference was inside a church and for all practical matters, private. Try another excuse.

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