When POTUS enters the nation of Kenya on the continent of Africa, he can expect Christian opposition to the sin of homosexuality. But the opposition will not be just from the political side of the Kenyans. The pastors in that country is prepared to be very vocal.
It goes to show you that they have backbone.
The pastors in America need to take some notes because, when morals was a thing that was held in high esteem in the United States, african preachers took notes from us. They have learned well that the Bible is final authority and that any nation that expects to be blessed by God must adhere to the Word of God regardless of which way the winds of sin may blow.
This picture above depicts the kind of thuggery the elite of homosexuality want to bring.
We Christians do not need a mask. We stand on the Word of God without hiding behind any masks.
We are confident in the Word of God and we are confident of the God we serve.
The Bible is clear that the Lord abhors and declares homosexuality as “an abomination.”
We are just putting a voice to the Word of God.
In Africa, in certain nations, homosexuality is un-African because they have declared that it undermines traditional marriage. These countries are standing their ground as a sovereign nation.
So just like when we do not like it when other countries interfere with what we do in America, we should step back and not interfere with the sovereignty of other nations.
We should mind our business.
They see very clearly that in America, our political system is corrupt, rogue churches where homosexuality and all other sexual sins are permitted is corrupt, and we are allowing sin to reign supreme in our court systems. They see that this nation has lost its moral compass and it is blind. Should they do what is right in stopping the elite of the sin of homosexuality, the fireworks will be spectacular.
On a note, over the years, true churches have sounded the alarm and stayed true to the faith of Jesus Christ. Standing against the sin of homosexuality is a lonely job. Their voices was drowned in the pool of political correctness. But they didn’t bend one inch. Today, these voices are sounding louder and we near the end of this age.
The sad thing is that the United States muscle men try to get countries to commit to its sinful way of living by throwing money at them. But these African nations observe that it would cost them more.
The judgment of God.
The world has been trying to label the Kenyans with corruption in their own government (what country is without corruption) and with hate crimes, and that their anti homosexual statements is just being used for political purposes. Well the truth of the matter is that they know that the judgment of God falls on every nation that goes down the path of the sins of the world.
The same intolerance that the elite of homosexuality throws at Christians with a thug mentality is being pushed by high level politicians and diplomats from the United States. In the waning days of the Obama presidency, it seems like they are trying one last move to persuade Kenyans and other Africans to submit to the will of the world.
We all know how this is going to play out.
The word of warning has already been issued from Africa that if the president comes with his homosexual rhetoric, it will be condemned. We have yet to see how this will play out, but if we see any capitulation from the Kenyans, then it’s over. All that hard talk about standing up to the president would be just a puff of smoke. Clouds that look like it had rain in it, and the ground stays dry as the clouds pass.
Then again, we might see a serious dialogue of a nation standing up the the power of the United States and demand that the president retreat.
The atmosphere is right.
Major Garrett, of CBS News was rebuked by the president for the Iran nuke deal question and the 4 American hostages.
Mr. Garrett deliberately put his reputation on the line by asking if the deal to secure the release of the hostages was connected with Iran to get nukes. The president didn’t like that and rebuked Garrett by saying that he should know better.
This tough questioning in today’s politics has long been missing.
If this is any sense that there may be another testing on this level to be seen in Kenya, let the fireworks begin.
This president has had it easy and he hasn’t been tested.
I am hoping that the Kenyans put him to the test.
Homosexuality is a sin before God.
“Righteousness exalts a nation, but sin is a reproach to any people.” Proverbs 14:34 says.
Homosexuality is not righteous. Don’t let the world fool you into thinking that homosexuality is right and righteous.
The STDs acquired is proof that homosexuality is vile, disgusting, and is an abomination.
But the Scriptures gives hope and a chance for deliverance from sin through the Lord Jesus Christ.
It’s not enough to talk about the vileness of homosexuality. 1 Corinthians 6:9-11 gives hope that we can be delivered and set from from the sins of the world through Jesus. However, should one fail to take advantage of this free gift of salvation, there is no way a person can escape the wrath of God.
“Except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God,” Jesus said in John 3:3 and in verse 7, Jesus also said, “You must be born again.”
If a man is not born again, Revelation 21:8 says, “But the cowardly, unbelieving, abominable, murderers, sexually immoral, sorcerers, idolaters, and all liars shall have their part in the lake which burns with fire and brimstone, which is the second death.”
There is no other deliverance from sin available except through Jesus.
Eternity in hell is a long time to think about why you neglected so great a salvation.
A story worth reading on homosexuality being un-African could be read here.