As Christians we are called to stand firm in our faith even in the midst of turmoil and chaos of the world around us. Recent news of the horrific massacre of six Christians including three young children in Nashville, the news of President Trump’s sham indictment, and the conviction of Douglas Mackey may be discouraging and disheartening, but in these moments we must remember that our hope and our strength come from a higher power.
This week was a difficult week for me both as a Christian and as a father of young children. I looked everywhere for a response from so-called “Christian leaders” and at best I found silence while at worst I found those supporting the “trans community” instead of our own brothers and sisters in Christ
If you don’t like the word hate, at least choose to be soft hearted and hard headed. Don’t be soft headed and hard hearted.
Hate is a word that conjures up images of violence and barbarism.
This is how we are perceived as Christians and conservatives.
We are ‘Haters’ in the eyes of the left.
While I am uncomfortable with the word Hate, I am comfortable with the truth.
It is the truth that our opponents HATE.
So if we need to learn to speak the plain, simple and honest TRUTH and are considered to be ‘hateful’ by our opponents so be it.
God wants us to be true to our hearts and honest in how we deal with others and I can think of no better way than to call insane behavior what it is….
The left HATES us because we refuse to believe their lies.
We should embrace our ‘HATE’ and not back down.
Stay the course. Be vocal and confident in what we know to be true.
Don’t let the left silence us especially as it pertains to facts.
Eventually the insanity of the left will become apparent to everyone. Their dysfunctional behavior is undeniable.
I’m also against hate.
I am in favor of turning the other cheek, while remembering I only have two cheeks so I can only do that once.