One can preach that all humans are fallen, that Jesus loves us all and died to save us all, and they still become enraged.
1.) We only want tolerance. Then it has become...
2.) Now we demand acceptance.
3.) Now we don’t want to hear anything about homosexuality from the Bible.
4.) Now we don’t even want to hear about Jesus’ love.
5.) Now we want to get rid of those Bibles. Do you know what it says about us?!
We should all tolerate and accept all sexuality and that is why we should have pride marches!
How dare you have a straight pride march in Boston!
Coming soon to the US as well. California will lead the way. Prepare to be persecuted for your beliefs. The sheep and the goats are about to be separated.
There is an appropriate response to this sort of thing.
Of course they become enraged at the mention of Jesus. Wait until they come into the presence of Jesus....that will not be a happy day when they hear the words, Father, I never knew them. They can then be enraged all they please for eternity.
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the lack of human rights in fascist Canada on display for all to see.
This may not be a popular response here but I have serious doubts as to whether this type of preaching isn’t doing more harm than good. We hate the actions of the anti-gay Westboro Baptists at funerals and we hate the people who try to disrupt conservative speakers. I just don’t think this is effective. There are better times and places to preach the gospel of peace and love instead of confronting participants at a gay parade. Even if someone were inclined to listen, the peer pressure there alone would make that person pause.
***They only say that Jesus loves them and still the LGBTQNPC’s become enraged. ****
It is a constant reminder of their eventual end, and they don’t want to hear it. There seems to be “safety in numbers” if they can take as many others with them.
Sounds like a profound gospel allergy.
Jesus said that if He had been at Sodom and Gomorrah, the fire and brimstone wouldn’t have happened.
And that’s true.
But what’s implied is that Jesus would have COME there only if someone was ready to hear His message. It is a tie into the “10 righteous men” of Abrahamic bargain. In a Jewish context this has another significance. 10 men ritually comprise an authoritative witness. Jesus alone suffices as an authoritative witness.
Anyhow if they even send Jesus away in the person of His believers — if this isn’t just a case of clumsy witness, which is quite common in carnal Christians — yep, watch for some event parallel to fire and brimstone.
Here’s another street preacher in Toronto. Phillip Blair with Torch of Christ Ministries. Toronto doesn’t seem to like any kind of Gospel preaching from anyone at any time.
The police and government are your enemy folks. Plan accordingly.