Below is an article I posted two years ago to the day. Not surprising that what began here has found it's fruition in the decision by the US Supreme Court to "legalize" homosexual "marriage." Yes, I use quotes, because the terms have all been redefined. I am sickened and saddened that our nation has come to this point. But I have no organized thoughts to respond. So I simply repeat that post from two years ago. Unlike the SC, I don't think the truths have changed in that time....
In the beginning God...
God, the Creator and
Sustainer of all life. God, the Supreme Ruler of the Universe. You'd
think His opinion counted for something.
the begining God created the heavens and the earth. And He created
Man. And then seeing that it was not good for man to be alone, He
created Woman. He commanded them to become one, to go forth and
multiply, and to subdue the earth. Man and Woman, together. That's the
essence of marriage, according to God, from the beginning. But not
according to the Supreme Court.
Today, the US Supreme Court struck down a "core" portion of the Defense of Marriage Act,
calling it "unconstitutional." It's wrong, they said, to treat gay
"marriages" as "second tier" relationships. But why should it be
considered a "tier" at all? Marriage is defined as a covenant
relationship between a man and a woman for the purpose of mutual
edification and the procreation of mankind. At least, according to
God. you know, that One who was there at the beginning and invented the
All of this comes on the heels of hearing that in France, one local mayor is currently facing jail time for refusing to perform a gay wedding. With the SCOTUS decision, that same scenario is looming here in the good ol' US of A. (note: and now it's here!)
just don't get it, do we? You can't "redefine" something that was
defined by God. It's like saying, "OK, from now on, mountains are not
mountains. From now on, we'll call them trees and demand that they grow
and reproduce like other trees." No, it's a mountain. It doesn't work
is not "redefineable." It is what it is. You can call aberrant
relationships between men and men, or women and women (which are unable to produce a main biological function of marriage) whatever you want, but it is still not a marriage. Shouldn't be treated as one. Shouldn't be given the respect of one. Etc.
know that the world at large, enslaved to sin and self, will never
recognize the reality of God's existence, let alone His law, apart from
the grace of God opening their eyes. I understand that we live in a
fallen world, and fallen people will continue to seek out whatever their
fallen flesh desires. But in the end, the truth remains. Regardless
of what the SCOTUS or anyone else says, marriage is still marriage. It
is still theologically, morally, biologically, historically, and
naturally the union of one man and one woman. Nothing will ever change
And if one day I find myself in a jail cell along
side that French mayor for refusing to perform a gay "wedding", then so
be it. You can't force me to say an immoral relationship is a marriage
any more than you can force me to call a mountain a tree, or in the
case of the original "Big Brother" that 2 plus 2 equals 5. Words are
just words. It doesn't change the reality. What God set forth in the
beginning still stands.