“Therefore behold, I am going to make them know—this time I will make them know My power and My might; and they shall know that My Name is Yahweh.” (Jeremiah 16: 21)
In an article titled “The Political Blame Game: Pulling Tricks to Deny the Obvious“, Douglas Murray wrote:
- Immediately after the massacre in Orlando, the gay press was full of articles that adamantly refused to admit the reality of Islamic homophobia.
- The same organisations that obsess over which bakeries in the U.S. and Europe will or will not bake wedding cakes for gay couples, and rightly have no trouble berating homophobic Christian pastors, seemed wholly uninterested in the motivations of the Pulse nightclub killer. Instead, these papers and websites were filled with articles, petitions and joint letters, enjoining people not to notice the Islamic element.
- These gay activists have a vision of the world where only “patriarchal” white males of Jewish or Christian heritage can cause the world’s problems.
- A small minority of very vocal “far-left” activists are now using their LGBT status as a smokescreen not to advance gay rights but to advance “far-left” politics.
The recent shootings at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando Florida have already begun to be submerged by the news cycle. Shock at the worst mass-shooting in American history — which saw the death of forty-nine people and the wounding of even more, fifty-three — has been further dulled by various distractions in the debate. This time, these have included a debate on America’s gun laws and speculation around the sexuality of the gunman.
All of these matters have been fought backwards and forwards and should certainly be components of any argument. But the part of the debate that has been the most important and — as usual — the most covered over, has been the religious motivation of the gunman. This, and the response it has entailed, is worth dwelling on: it reveals a concerted effort not to learn from events.
Just as it is inevitable that those obsessed with gun legislation should wish to make the debate about gun legislation, so it is inevitable that those with any other over-riding political agenda should wish to pin responsibility for the shooting on whatever is their particular obsession. It seems inevitable, for instance, that “Black Lives Matter” would blame the shooting on “the four threats of white supremacy, patriarchy, capitalism, and militarism.”
We live in a wicked world, and wicked people have no idea how wicked they are. Acceptance of homosexuality as an alternate lifestyle is just one example of the problem.
Homosexuality is not natural. It’s a perversion. People who call themselves “gay” have made a lifestyle choice. They were not born that way. Some of them decided to be “gay” at a young age. Others made that choice later in life. No matter when they made the decision, it’s a choice that they made. They have no one to blame but themselves.
If you Google “is there any scientific proof that you are born gay”, this will appear at the top of the screen:
“Many ex-gays will tell you that at one point in their life they thought they were ‘born gay.’ The reality is that no scientific evidence has established a genetic cause for homosexuality or found a ‘gay gene.’ There is no DNA or medical test to determine if a person is homosexual.”
Despite attempts made by the most intelligent “gay” people alive over decades of time, no one has been able to find any scientific evidence that “being gay” is anything but a choice. If they continue their search, they will not find the evidence because it doesn’t exist.
The shooter at the “gay” nightclub in Orlando was an Islamist who was doing his duty as a Muslim as he saw it. That included murdering the “gay” people inside the nightclub. If he had lived in Tehran, Iran, he would have hanged them from a crane or thrown them off the top of a tall building.
In a nutshell, one wicked group (homosexuals) is avoiding criticizing another wicked group (Islamists) for the wicked choices they have made. It gets worse from here, because as a society we have opened the door to licentious behavior and we don’t want to close it. There are even more perverse groups waiting in the wings to seek societal acceptance of their wickedness, and they will get it.
I said that we don’t want to close the door, and I meant it. We could close it if we wanted to, but we don’t want to. That’s why I know beyond any doubt that things will get worse before they get better.
By the way, guns were not the problem in Orlando. Wicked people do wicked things. That was the problem. The day may come (I think it will come) when people who aren’t wicked will need guns to defend themselves because wickedness has run amuck.
Yahweh will allow us to continue down this path for just so long before He drops the hammer on us. It’s just a matter of time.
As we celebrate Independence Day, keep in mind that we owe our freedom to Yahweh. He will remove it if we continue to mock Him.
To see videos that explain the importance of God’s Name, click here.
Nancy Jablonski was Katie’s friend. Nancy’s husband asked Katie to take Nancy’s ashes with us to Israel and to spread them there. In this video, Katie is spreading Nancy’s ashes in the Kidron Valley. The rest of Nancy’s ashes were spread in Ein Gedi. I don’t have a video of that. Below is a picture of the place.
“The glory which You have given Me I have given to them, that they may be one, just as We are one; I in them and You in Me, that they may be perfected in unity, so that the world may know that You sent Me, and loved them, even as You have loved Me. Father, I desire that they also, whom You have given Me, be with Me where I am, so that they may see My glory which You have given Me, for You loved Me before the foundation of the world.” (John 17: 22-24)
See “His Name is Yahweh”.