WEB Notes: Fox News provided the quote below from Kim Davis the Kentucky County Clerk just a day ago who has now been placed in jail because she stood by her Father’s Word and did not go along with homosexual marriage. Can you truly fathom the sacrifice she just made? She has lost her job and will no doubt never hold that position again. For now she has been separated from her family and placed into a house of criminals of whom she is not. Her entire life is now turned upside down. It would have been so easy to just issue the marriage license and life would have went on as normal for her. But she made the difficult decision. She made the right decision. She choose to stand by our Father.

“I’ve weighed the cost and I’m prepared to go to jail, I sure am. This has never been a gay or lesbian issue for me. This is about upholding the word of God. I would have to either make a decision to stand or I would have to buckle down and leave. And if I left, resigned or chose to retire, I would have no voice for God’s word.”

We have talked about making a stand for God over and over again on this site and this woman just did it. In front of the whole world, I can guarantee you it was not easy for her, but she did it and this is an example for every single one of us in this dark hour we now find our-self.

Listen very, very closely. When someone tells you Davis broke the law they are lying. The Constitution of the United States of America is the Law of the Land. Anything not outlined in the Constitution has been reserved for the States, period. The Supreme Court is only stating their opinion. I understand today’s day and age people do not understand this, but those are the facts.

Some quotes from the USA Today,

“It’s very unjust,” said the Rev. Randy Smith of Morehead, Ky., where the Rowan County Clerk’s Office is located. “Religious liberty has been trampled on today.”

July 27th 2015 was the first day religious liberty was trampled. We are now starting to see the enforcement of these illegal laws.

Roger Gannam, a lawyer with the Orlando-based Liberty Counsel that represents Kim Davis, said Bunning’s decision shows that elected officials no longer have religious liberties in light of the Supreme Court ruling — and that private citizens are next.

“Today, for the first time in history, an American citizen has been incarcerated for having the belief of conscience that marriage is between one man and one woman,” he said to the crowd outside. “It’s unprecedented in American law, and it answers the question, ‘What will same-sex marriage mean for people of faith?’

We already know what it means. Recall from the 90s when homosexuality started creeping onto our television sets and people said oh they just want rights. This is not about rights, they already had rights. They told us anything given to the homosexual agenda would surely never harm our religious conviction. It took some time, but you can now clearly see what the reality is for Christians is this nation.

Many might say that Christians hate homosexuals and that simply is not true. Christ came for the sinner and we continue on carrying his Torch of Light to share with whomsoever will. It should be very obvious in this situation, we have a Christian in jail because of hate and acceptance of sin. Let me ask, what had our Father promised for those who partake in sin this great?

2 Peter 2:6
6 “And turning the cities of Sodom and Gomorrha into ashes condemned them with an overthrow, making them an ensample unto those that after should live ungodly;”

 

 

Additional Reading:

Satan’s Sin

Abomination: The United States Becomes as Sodom and Gomorrah



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