I hear Rosie O’Donnell joined the growing anarchy movement. You can’t listen to the media these days without hearing the left (and the middle) spitting in God’s face. Surely, “the wrath of God is being revealed (present tense) from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men” (Romans 1:18). The culture wars seem to be little more than a rear-guard action these days. The intention of the original founders of the nation are, functionally, irrelevant. Transcendent morality has been banished from public dialogue as any thought that God may have in fact revealed His truth on such issues is considered offensive and un-American. Most “conservatives” are fighting a losing battle, for they themselves have lost the will to say, “Yes, there is a right and a wrong, it is not a matter of opinion it is a matter of revelation, and the choices you make on these things do impact me and my family, so I will not sit quietly by while you rape and pillage my society.” The time is long past for the guts to start telling it like it is: that it is Christianity that is under attack, and that it is intolerance of God’s law and rulership that is now the orthodox dogma of the irrational left.
Jesus Christ, the Creator of all things, told us that from the beginning marriage was between a man and a woman (Matthew 19:4-9). This reflects God’s sovereign rulership and His intention and purpose in creation. Men and women who hate God and His law seek every opportunity to twist the Creator/creation relationship. Paul described this very twistedness in Romans 1 as a sign of judgment from God. What we are seeing is the open, unrestrained rebellion of sinners against God’s truth. Having been turned over to their hearts’ desires, they long to see every semblance of God’s law wiped from their world. When man’s laws represent God’s (as in the definition of marriage as a man and a woman, united together) they seek to eradicate this silent, but ever-oppressive reminder of the God they hate, but cannot destroy.
God bless America: with soul-shaking, tear-producing, behavior altering repentance.