I love America. We live in a great Nation. Yet, sad days are before us.
How did we get to a point where America's leaders would celebrate immorality and sin? How did we come to a place where good would be called evil and evil would be called good? When and how did we lose our moral compass?
My stomach churns when I read of national leaders and governors and legislatures working to approve and force same sex marriage. Those who dare speak truth are made as bigots and intolerants. The present leaders and media bias does not allow a honest discussion of morality.
Yet, for more hundreds of years our forefathers values worked. What has changed? Why change now? A marriage has always been defined as a union between a man and a women. Why should that change now? Who all of a sudden has come up with a higher wisdom than generations of our forefathers before us?
Let me say that homosexuals should not be hated or scorned, but neither should their behavior be accepted or normalized.
Here is the deal.
Society has a moral duty to set moral standards, and we do. The questions is whose standards do we chose to follow? Someone's standards and values will prevail.
Why not chose standards that have worked from the beginning of mankind? Why not chose standards given by God's Word?
Say what you will, but children need a mother and a father. They do not need men loving on men and women loving on women as a model to confuse them or point them in a wrong direction. We do not allow many forms of behavior because again society has a duty and responsibility to set acceptable behavior. One cannot do just anything one choses to do publicly, and rightfully so.
So, may God send a revival of righteousness in our Land. May God give us a holy shaking to awaken our Nation. It is time. Sad days of sin are here, but truth sets us free. May God give our land a moral cleansing and healing. May God give us bold, righteous leaders who are not afraid to stand for righteousness and truth.
May God send a revival to our churches, and homes, and families.
Or more sad days will come.