Didn’t March For This!

CAAP:Bill OwnesBy: Susan Bea Good

Black ministers are beginning to speak up…and loudly! Yet it’s quite possible that you did not hear them. The mainstream media has been almost silent on this growing hopefulness…that many African-American Christians are leading the way!

Today is the start of a controversial trial in Michigan. Litigant-Lesbians, April DeBoer and Jayne Rowse, claimed they only wanted the right to adopt each other’s children, but because of the current ban on same-sex marriage in Michigan they are unable to do so. This case has little to do with adoption and everything to do with overturning the people’s will to keep the Great Lakes State free from gay-marriage.

Black Christians have begun to lead the way through this battle, standing for Scripture, though it opposes many of the policies of the first Black President. The Rev. Bill Owens, comparing the Civil Rights struggles of the last century to today’s Gay agenda, stated, “he did not march for this!”

Blacks and homosexuals…both struggle for equality. One’s realized-rights are healing America, while the other’s are hurting.

A first-century pastor once delivered God’s message to Believers living in the sexually-perverse culture of Corinth…homosexuality is a misuse of God’s creation…its practice badly affects us all!

Are we witnessing a new and bold rejection of the Gay agenda in America?…along with a growing demand for God’s principles to be recognized in society? What an unexpected blessing if American Believers of African descent lead the way on this one!

“Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly, teaching and admonishing one another in all wisdom…” (Colossians 3:16/ESV)

The purpose of this blog is to encourage Christ-followers to see God’s Big Picture and be a part of it.

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