Another major set back of the globalization of the sin of homosexuality.
In stunning fashion, Uganda, a predominantly Christian nation, (around 85% of its population) has had enough of “western” influence to spread the sin of homosexuality in their country. To those of the LGBT community, they would probably call it a “dark day.”
While some laws of man will have something bad about it, I believe that the self determination of Uganda to set the record straight about the sin of homosexuality is powerful. Once again, western influence has attempted to persuade other countries to follow suit, but miserably failed.
Look at it from the stand point that the sin of homosexuality is detrimental to their free society. We must also remember that Uganda is a sovereign state. Seems to me that when the United States wants to influence other sovereign states in the wrong direction, we make them to look like the bad guy when the refuse to
toe the line.
The sin of homosexuality never promoted anything positive. Look all across the board at all sexual sins, and you will see that nothing positive is possible. The misery of sin and death leaves nothing lasting or positive in its wake.
Sin is never positive. Sin is negative, evil, and destructive. What people desire to do is make sin positive and make righteousness negative.
Isaiah 5:20 and 21 says, “What sorrow for those who say that evil is good and good is evil, that dark is light and light is dark, that bitter is sweet and sweet is bitter. What sorrow for those who are wise in their own eyes and think themselves so clever.”
Sadly, LGBT proponents spew out hatred and venom when they do not get their way. Or when other nations stand their ground against the detrimental affects of the sin of homosexuality, we are called discriminant, bigots, and hateful.
On the other hand, we warn them of the ill effects of the sin of homosexuality in hopes that they would save themselves from the destructive cycle associated with sexual sins. Yet, they turn their ears away from the truth, condemn the truth, and condemn those that speak the truth.
It’s like looking in the face of a firefighter and refuse their hand to pull them out of the flame.
It’s like looking in the eyes of a lifesaver and refuse their hand to pull them out of the water.
Uganda should be respected for standing against the ill advised influence of the United States and other international countries that permit perversion to rule a nation. Uganda has determined that there is nothing glamorous about the sin of homosexuality. They have determined that the sin of homosexuality is a clear and present danger to families, and their society as a whole.
They see the destructive forces of the results of homosexuality in STDs, including HIV/AIDS, and they want nothing of it.
They have decided their own destiny. We know that it will not end there. All sorts of back door politics will take place to persuade them with money to overturn their sovereign course.
I believe that because western influence is bankrupt of money and influence, not much will be done except to label Uganda as unfriendly to the sin of homosexuality. A title that is fit for every nation that understands the detrimental effects of the sin of homosexuality.
Name one homosexual that declares that homosexuality is 100% positive. Especially the ones that have acquired the Gay Man’s Disease also known as HIV/AIDS.
The statement “It Gets Better” is wishful thinking, at best. It alludes to the fact that at the present, it’s not good, but we are hoping that it would get better. The thing about the gospel of Jesus Christ is that it is better when you repent of sin and come to the light. Being a born again believer is better than being a sinner in sin. It is better because we hate the sins that God hates, we love people that are caught in sin to free them, and we love the righteousness that God loves.
In love, we minister the truth to you that it is better with Jesus but worse with sin.
There is nothing positive about sin but there is something positive in righteousness in Jesus.
Below is the link to the CBS News article of this historic legislation being signed.