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Sunday, November 23, 2003

A revolutionary age or people has no sense of history. They scoff at the Fifth Commandment about honoring parents, think that God has repealed the Seventh Commandment about adultery, and think nothing of stealing huge sums of money from taxpayers to bribe voters. Is it nothing to them to overthrow institutions and customs, thinking they can build houses upon sand? They are a most evil generation and will not stop at persecution or murder to fulfill their foul desires. Those who sow to the wind will reap the whirlwind.

Do not be deceived. Everything is up for grabs in this revilutionary age, and any Christian who stands in the way will be swept away in the coming tsunami of relatavism and destruction.

But be of good cheer, child of God. Remember the promise of God: "Yet once more, signifieth the removing of those things that are shaken, as of things that are made, that those things which cannot be shaken may remain." [Heb. 12:27}

Grove City College: "“Certainly our decision today marks a significant change in the definition of marriage as it has been inherited from the common law, and understood by many societies for centuries.” (Goodridge, et al vs. the Department of Public Health, pg 11)

With these weighty words, a simple majority of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court ripped marriage from its historical, cultural and common law foundation and reconstructed it as “an evolving paradigm.” In simple terms, marriage in Massachusetts is now whatever a majority of judges say it is, with no foundation other than their sense of the direction the cultural wind is blowing."
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