Gays unhappy with child’s song about homosexuality
Homosexual activists are crying foul (again) after a child at the Apostolic Truth Church in Greensburg, Indiana sang a short song saying that homosexuals will not go to heaven. Predictably, homosexuals are calling it “hate speech”.
For the record, the child sang the absolute truth. Unrepentant homosexuals will not inherit the kingdom of God. The reason for the “outrage” is that they have been lied to over and over by the false gay christian movement and told that God will accept anyone into heaven no matter how they live.
The media claimed that the story had attracted “national attention”. Sure, it has. Homosexuals who seek to control and dictate every syllable uttered about their lifestyles fan the faux outrage as quickly as they possibly can.
It features children singing a song in the sanctuary against homosexuals. Many are calling it hate speech, forced upon young children.
Faith, love and tolerance are usually preached from the pulpit. But many call what was said at the Apostolic Truth Tabernacle in Greensburg simply discrimination masked as religion.
Video of the Sunday service, taken earlier this month, shows a toddler no more than four years old, singing at the altar, “The bible’s right. Somebody’s wrong. Romans 1, 26 and 27. Ain’t no homos gonna make it to heaven.”
After the young boy’s song, church members are seen erupting in cheers, giving him a standing ovation and asking for an encore. One man in the congregation can be heard yelling “That’s my boy!”
Homosexual activists use children of all ages in the propaganda campaigns but its perfectly acceptable to do that when the child affirms it. For example, look at this. Not only that, but they teach children the same age of this boy that homosexuality is normal.
The church should teach its youth and children that homosexuality, according to the word of God is unnatural, sinful and will destroy your life. The church should also teach that homosexuals who repent of their sin, according to the word of God will be washed clean by the blood of Jesus and made into new creations. Anything less than that would be child abuse.
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