sacrificial-lamb3by baldilocks

In the wake of the Islamic terrorist attack on Orlando’s Pulse club–an establishment with a primarily gay clientele–online activists of the Organized Left and those who have been duped by them have taken the opportunity to blame Christians for it. Sounds crazy, does it not?

But this has been the pattern them for every mass shooting  since the 2011 Tucson, Arizona shooting. That Christianity is being blamed for the acts of a Muslim isn’t what matters, however. That the victims–49 dead and 50+ wounded–were primarily gay isn’t what matters. That’s this was an attack on the liberty of Americans by a death cult isn’t what matters. That President Obama–once again and along with his ideological brethren–is loath to blame the innocent and amenable to overlooking the guilty isn’t what matters.

And it’s not even Christians who matter. It’s Christ who matters.

All this morning, I’ve seen people assert that the Bible also advocates death for homosexuals–even from Christians. In an effort to repudiate this assertion, unlearned Christians assert that Mosaic Law is ignored and done away with. But that isn’t what the Man they claim to follow said.

17 Do not think that I have come to abolish the Law or the Prophets; I have not come to abolish them, but to fulfill them.

–Matthew 5:7

People who don’t bother to read the Old Testament do not get the context of what Christ meant when He said that. In the Old Testament, a lamb without defect was a sin-offering for the people, sacrificed by a Levitical priest. Christ’s purpose was to be the final sin-offering: to be the final Lamb foretold of by all the prophets, to be sacrificed for all sins–to fulfill the Law once and for all.

I’ve had to correct so many people about this and I thank God for those opportunities. And if someone who is hurting because of what happened in Orlando–or for any other reason–finds this out, grabs hold of it in faith, and is comforted by it, then His work is done. Once again.

And that is what matters.

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There is one thing I’d like to highlight about the post I linked to yesterday about the Gay Activist who decided to go with Trump post 6-12.

If I outed myself as a Trump supporter, I would be harassed and doxxed and shunned by everyone I know and by the Twitter lynch mobs which up until yesterday I myself led.

I am ashamed. I am angry. And I am sad.

emphasis mine

Think about that for a second.

While I applaud the writer’s newly acquired realization said writer is not only admitting that a week ago if any gay person had publicly gone of the accepted narrative he would have led the twitter lynch mobs trying to destroy said person, but that it took the mass murder of 49 people for this person to realize that this was something wrong.

That’s pretty bad but do you know what’s worse?

The fact that said writer states that admitting this revelation would result in merciless attacks on him means that for the vast majority of Gay Activists this writer knows the mass murder of 49 people is NOT sufficient to make them realize that destroying people for their opinions is wrong.

Ladies and Gentlemen I give you the left as it is.

Michael: My father is no different than any powerful man, any man with power, like a president or senator.
Kay Adams: Do you know how naive you sound, Michael? Presidents and senators don’t have men killed.
Michael: Oh. Who’s being naive, Kay?

The Godfather 1972

Yesterday at the end of his show Jake Tapper put out a tweet under his show’s account that depressed me a tad.

Now the reason for this depression has nothing to do with Mr. Trump’s words or implications concerning President Obama motives per se.

No the reason is that seven years ago when I started this blog in 2008 that tweet is something I might have sent if a person made such an implication concerning an American President.

But after seven years of watching Barack Obama in action the implication or even suggestion that President Barack Obama, the man whose political career began in the home of a Terrorist, might have a soft spot for radical Islam is so unremarkable that Mr Tapper’s tweet seems almost quaint.

I miss both my previous days of innocence and having a president who is unquestionably on the side of America.