We now have a new commander-in-chief, and it appears that what most people have feared has come upon us.
I like what my good friend Dr. Michael Brown has said, "Now, the tables are turned, and that same question must be asked of those who identify as committed followers of Jesus and who voted for Joe Biden. How could you do it? Did you not see the radical, destructive, anti-Christian policy decisions he would make"?
In spite of what you thought about former President Donald J. Trump, you never saw him turn the White House rainbow colors; you would have not found anything on the White House website regarding homosexuality. If it were there, you would have had to dig deep to find it. Trump did not support transgenders in the military, and the list goes on and on.
As we can all see, Biden has given much support to the LGBT community. Those of you who voted for Biden because you didn't like Trump's tweets, thank you very much. You have made our jobs much harder. How is that working for you?
In the last 10 months, our ministry has received more calls and emails than we have received in the last two years. More men and women are coming out of the closet, many wanting help, and at the same time, the LGBT community is trying to put our ministries in the closet.
This president is so far left he has signed 40 executive orders and actions since taking office. He also threatened to pass the Equality Act, and I believe he will. Biden has issued an executive order that puts women and children in grave danger. By signing his order, men would be allowed to go into women's restrooms, and this includes any public high school and university that receives federal funding.
He is supporting men participating in women's sports. Biden has hired Rachel Levine to be his assistant health secretary, the first openly transgender federal official to be confirmed by the U.S. Senate. In addition, Pete Buttigieg was confirmed as Biden's U.S. transportation secretary. This president is smitten with the gay community.
Let me share this with all the readers: I will not be silenced. As a pastor and a born-again Spirit- filled Christian, I have a responsibility to speak the truth. I wasn't put on this planet to make friends—nor to make you happy—but to be a servant for the Lord and make Jesus popular.
I am hearing about and seeing too many church folks turn on their brothers and sisters in the Lord. My question to you all that are putting us down for doing the Lord's work, what is your problem? Jesus says that His kingdom is "not of this world."
As Christians, we are not of this world. We have been adopted as heirs of heaven by God Himself (Titus 3:7). We need to do everything we can to bring others into a relationship with Jesus Christ. We cannot do that if the world is seeing us support their non-scriptural views such as those relating to homosexuality.
I read somewhere that "When we lose the holy fear of God, we begin to lower our image of Him, and this eventually leads to compromise and disobedience."
I am not trying to be harsh, but some of you need to be shaken by God himself. I am seeing more and more hate from believers than I have ever seen or heard before. We cannot continue to support the gay agenda. How will people be set free if we continue to cave and support the lie? A prime example of this trend is that suicide has exploded in the last year, and that's because people are confused, broken and living in sin. We can help them if we band together.
We cannot keep telling our children that there are more than the two genders: male and female. The BBC produced a video for school children telling them there are 100 or more gender identities. This is a lie from the pit of hell.
Church, we are in a spiritual battle, and it's an all-out war between heaven and earth. Things are ramping up; things are getting very intense, and we need the supernatural to give birth to the natural.
"What then shall we say to these things? If God is for us, who can be against us?" (Rom. 8:31).
Janet Boynes founded Janet Boynes Ministries in Maple Grove, Minnesota, in 2006. She has authored three books and challenges individuals and the church to reach out with a message of hope and restoration to the homosexual community. Her articles have been featured on the front cover of Charisma magazine, Called magazine, Power for Living, Bound magazine and many more publications. Called out of the lesbian lifestyle, her life is proof that the love of God has the power to heal and restore the brokenness in our lives. Janet travels the U.S. and overseas and shares her story of redemption. Her desire is to bring hope through the power of Jesus Christ.
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