The America we live in today is full of political correctness. Tolerance is the standard by which we judge our fellow man and to point out others faults or sins is inexcusable. Semantics are the law of the land and sins such as sodomy, adultery, and murder are replaced with “gay” ,”affair”, and “choice.” Modern day America has candy coated sin and Christians have become fearful of speaking up thinking that they might offend someone. The liberal forces in America have successfully brought the perverts out of the closet and driven the Christians into the closet.
It seems that no one has had the courage to stand and preach the truth, until now.
Phil Robertson spoke the truth. I don’t need to summarize what he said, because you’ve heard it a thousand times by now. He courageously called sin, sin, and quoted scripture to back up his point. He lifted the veil that’s been placed on a perverted practice that has been incessantly forced down our throats. He said what we’ve all wanted to say but were fearful to say.
And he’s not backing down.
I see this as a turning point in our country. Christians are fed up with the criticism and persecution while other religions get a free pass. We are fed up with sin and perversion everywhere we look. We are fed up with corrupt politicians and judges who rule against the will of the majority. We are fed up with the erosion of America’s Biblical foundations.
Phil Robertson has given us our courage back. Like fiery preachers of the early days of America, Phil unabashedly called sin for what it is and what it would lead to. The weak, tolerance driven preaching of today has left us with a morally corrupt nation. We need more men with passionate convictions like Phil.
So I would like to thank Phil Robertson. Thank you for your courage. Thank your for your unwavering conviction. Thank you for your Godly example. Thank you for inspiring a movement among God’s people.
Beloved, when I gave all diligence to write unto you of the common salvation, it was needful for me to write unto you, and exhort you that ye should earnestly contend for the faith which was once delivered unto the saints. For there are certain men crept in unawares, who were before of old ordained to this condemnation, ungodly men, turning the grace of our God into lasciviousness, and denying the only Lord God, and our Lord Jesus Christ. – Jude 1:3