An Anglican minister, The Very Rev Kelvin Holdsworth, as written in his blog that he hopes that members of the Church of England will pray for Prince George, the third in line to the throne, to grow up homosexual:
‘They do in England have another unique option, which is to pray in the privacy of their hearts (or in public if they dare) for the Lord to bless Prince George with a love, when he grows up, of a fine young gentleman.’ (source)
This repellant and repugnant man, with his lawless views, and his desire to curse a child is merely a symptom of the church in my country being absolutely NO LONGER the place to find peace with God.
God will destroy my country – the magnification of this man’s words to the national press is just one more example of the impossibility of finding any – even ONE – institution in this country which supports a proper role for godliness and the Law of Moses. I’m glad to report that the comments on that article were all against this ministers views, and that is something, but for how much longer? One generation?
If the church accepts homosexuality then it is plainly not serving the God of the bible – I will not mince my words on this. And those who seek to twist the bible into knots to justify keeping their sins alive – and demand we accept them because they think they’ve found a contradiction in the bible – these people are more lost than they can ever know. They are under a strong delusion.
My message to the C of E is: read the bible and REPENT and clean house – do it NOW because the time is short, and the sheep need shepherds not wolves in the pulpits of our nation. If you will not turn back to the bible, and keep the word of God, judgement will come upon you and everyone you are leading astray. REPENT!
I pray you will have a blessed and warm Shabbat. If it is cold where you are today, please spare a thought for the homeless in your area – if there are places you can donate, or shelters you can support, please do so. If you know any homeless on your route to work or the shops, please get them something warm to drink, take them a spare blanket or a hat or gloves. This winter in the UK could be very nasty indeed!
God Bless you