Only between 5 and 7 percent of Americans identify as gay, and that includes the 0.6 percent that are trans. How is this minority able to hold the majority of the nation up to scrutiny as to whether or not we accept the entire movement as completely normal, reasonable, and moral?
Gay emblems on sports outfits, public parades, and rallies where nudity and gross displays are not only happening but you had better not send in detractors, protestors, or worst of all, some gospel preachers.
For a good number of Americans, almost any part of LGBTQ is nothing more that perversion and an affront to God, man, and nature.
But even if we believe that life, any kind of life, is something to rally for, activists send down their naysayers to disrupt, engage, and in some cases cause bodily harm and property damage.
This week, a group of protestors shut down a group of pro-lifers at the Virginia Commonwealth University. They shouted profanities, punched, and assaulted some of the pro-life people. Security had to shut down the meeting.
The truth is that behind the barrage of LGBTQ indoctrination and bullying, the most vulnerable and weak of character among us hardly stand a chance.
It is much more than a pop-culture trend that drives the LGBTQ movement to belligerent behaviors.
Four words the woke don’t like to hear
After transgender Audrey Hale blasted her way into an elementary school in Nashville last week and gunned down six people, which included three children, the question of why began to pop up across the media, like a crop of mushrooms in a shady forest.
The manifest, the mental background, and the overall social and home life of Hale all were scrutinized under the public’s microscope—but no definitive answers were at the top of anyone’s list. It was speculation spaghetti and the wistful sighing of the confounded and bewildered.
Here are four words with four brief explanations of why the LGBTQ and all those who support the movement will never escape culpability. In time, the LGBTQ cultists will have to give a full accounting for the lives that have been swallowed up by the woke credo of the weak minded.
Christianity.com asks the question—“What threat do we Christians pose? Why is Christophobia the only acceptable bigotry that seems to be left in the world?”
The author of the article, David Murray, says, “One of the worst things you can be called today is "homophobic," often defined as "having an irrational fear and hatred of homosexuals." However, while alleged homophobia (together with any opposition to homosexuality) is being aggressively intimidated out of existence by an ever-vigilant media and militant homosexuality, another phobia is growing—Christophobia, "an irrational fear and hatred of Christ and of Christians." Indeed, often those who are most vigilant against homophobia are the most violent in their Christophobia.”
We agree with observation because Christ agreed with it and we have rested in his view of the world for the last 2000 years. To wit:
“If the world hates you, ye know that it hated me before it hated you” (John 15:18).
It has been apparent for the last three decades that the whole world is not been beating a path to the LGBTQ camp to surrender and become subservient to their cause. Since we know that only 5 percent of this nation and even fewer in other nations are onboard with the LGBTQ, we need not fear the capitulation of our large contingent of what we like to think of as “normal” people.
While many of the normal people have decided to tolerate the LGBTQ minority, it seems they have decided that they will go on disdaining us and in many ways, they show their hatred for our refusal to completely bend to their will.
Again, it is Christ who gave us the perfect analogy to describe this kind of real-world situation. To wit:
“Or what king, going to make war against another king, sitteth not down first, and consulteth whether he be able with ten thousand to meet him that cometh against him with twenty thousand? Or else, while the other is yet a great way off, he sendeth an ambassage, and desireth conditions of peace” (Lk 14:31-32).
The recent behavior of Audrey Hale is anything but a bid for peace.
The very aspirations, lifestyle, and positions about human sexuality are in themselves demonically driven according to many passages of the Bible. But even the social behaviors of the LGBT, as it pertains to their politics and civil behaviors, leaves a taste that cannot be endured or assimilated. It is often bitter, angry, and as in the case of Audrey Hale—deadly.
Heidi St John of MomStrong International makes the most salient point about the language used and preferred by those of the LGBTQ. She notes, “In the Bible, demons refer to themselves as they/them/we/us. The trans movement is demonic."
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Generally, it is the LGBTQ that accuses the non-believers in the gay doctrine of hate. They come at those whose politics, religion, or simple personal view does not conform to the LGBTQ dogma.
Once again, what else but pure hatred was driving Audrey Hale to slaughter six beautiful human beings?
But the truth is that they hate God and his Christ and that is proven by the clear and succinct definition given to us by the Lord Jesus Christ.
“If the world hate you, ye know that it hated me before it hated you. If ye were of the world, the world would love his own: but because ye are not of the world, but I have chosen you out of the world, therefore the world hateth you.” (John 15:18-19)
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