Be a Warrior

English: Resurrection of Christ

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It is suddenly “inappropriate” for Christians to express their beliefs in public if it contradicts the new social norms of society.  I am sorry, but I have morals and beliefs based on the teachings of Jesus Christ.  My Catholic faith is sound and comprised of church doctrines that are two thousand years old.  Some may say the teachings are outdated.  I say the truth never stops being the truth.

On November 12, 1991, Jesus appeared to Nancy Fowler in Conyers, Georgia with this message: “My laws surpass man’s laws.  My laws are for all time, for all people, for all nations.  Man tries to distort and bend My laws to fit their individual sinful lives.  I do not bow down to man’s laws.  It is man who should bow down to My laws”.

We live in a country founded on moral foundations of liberty.  Religion and speech are protected by our constitution.  As Christians following the ways of Jesus Christ, we have an obligation to speak out His truths and spread His messages.  Why are Christians being shunned and admonished for expressing their personal religious beliefs?

Yes, all people are created equal.  Yes, all people should have equal rights and protections.  Does this mean that the definition of marriage – which has always been defined as man and woman – should change?  It does not.  If that is the case, then why not allow multiple wives or husbands?  Where will this end?

Acts 10:34 Peter “I now realize that it is true that God treats everyone on the same basis.  Those who  fear Him and do what is right are acceptable to Him no matter what race they belong to.”

Stand up for your beliefs.  Do not be afraid to speak the truth.

C’est Bon

Love,

Sherry

 

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