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Australian tennis star and now Pentecostal pastor Margaret Court has been holding court on the truth about homosexuality, keeping it royal and honorable. But homosexuals and lesbians are predictably angry and in hate mode.
In a New York Times interview, Court reaffirmed her biblical beliefs that while homosexuality is 100% sinful, those beliefs do not originate out of hatred for gays and lesbians.
After receiving a great deal of criticism for her opinions about gays and lesbians, Margaret Court affirmed her opposition to gay marriage in an interview Tuesday, but said that her views did not reflect hatred.
Court, the 62-time Grand Slam champion (24 singles, 19 women’s doubles, 19 mixed), became a Pentecostal minister in the early 1990s, and has repeatedly caused controversy with her outspoken, often abrasive remarks.
Court, who in 1991 blamed lesbianism for ruining women’s tennis, more recently caused renewed backlash for remarks made in an interview with The West Australian, criticizing efforts to increase gay rights in Australia.
“Politically correct education has masterfully escorted homosexuality out from behind closed doors, into the community openly and now is aggressively demanding marriage rights that are not theirs to take,” Court told the newspaper.
“There is no reason to put forward alternative, unhealthy, unnatural unions as some form of substitute,” she continued.
“To dismantle this sole definition of marriage and try to legitimize what God calls abominable sexual practices that include sodomy, reveals our ignorance as to the ills that come when society is forced to accept law that violates their very own God-given nature of what is right and what is wrong.”
Her comments have really got up under the skins of other lesbian tennis stars Billie Jean King and Martina Navratilova who called her comments “truly frightening”.
Nothing frightens people who cling to unsustainable lies, more than the unvarnished truth. God’s truth is like a double edged sword which cuts deep into the heart of man. According to Hebrews 4:12 it “penetrates even to dividing soul and spirit, joints and marrow; it judges the thoughts and attitudes of the heart”. Try as you might, you cannot fight that off. Still, homosexual activists generally diminish and dismiss those who refuse to bow down at the brazen altars of homosexual ideology, but Court’s commanding and unapologetic persona combined with talent and sports high achievement make it difficult for them to ignore.
Despite all the ridiculous self-serving studies and research shopped to the media by the 24 hour homosexual spin machine, homosexual conduct is still inherently dangerous both physically and spiritually. Let’s face the truth: ALL sin has its own built in dehumanizing component. And all those who engage in it will suffer and eat of its bitter reward which is nothing less than death (Romans 6:23). Homosexuality isn’t excluded because Billie Jean King, Ellen Degeneres or Ian McKellan practice it and look good at being dead.
Court, who pastors Victory Life Church in Perth, reminded the gay must be good media that her compassion for the spiritual plight of homosexuals compels her to speak the truth.
“I mean, I make a stand for both my biblical side, and what I believe. And I think — it’s a choice. And I think there’s young people today that need to know it’s a choice in life. And that was my side of it, bringing that forth. I’ve got nothing against the people themselves, I’ve always said that all the years I’ve been a minister.
And I look into the Bible, and I see that God made man for woman, and woman for man. And I said I really believe that it’s wrong, to change the laws of a marriage between a man and a woman. All that came out over the world over that! I think they’re trying to make this “hate” thing — I guess to bring a righteousness, or a self-righteousness. And I was speaking on something else. And I will stand on my beliefs.”
Court joins other star athletes like New York Giants star David Tyree and Denver Broncos’ Tim Tebow in bucking against the grain of homosexual acceptance despite threats of protests, boycotts and real hate.
In Ferndale, a suburb of Detroit, a new club had everybody excited. The new owners had set out to make it the hottest interactive gay nightclub in the state of Michigan and judging from the consistently packed crowds, for the most part, they had succeded. Michigan’s top gay magazine Between The Lines, hailed the owners and the club as a major attraction.
Club 9 attracts one of the most diverse crowds of any gay club in Ferndale, with Monday night football, Hump Night on Wednesdays for the boys, Trend-Sexy Fridays for hip-hop lovers and Sweet Saturdays, when a predominantly female crowd kicks it to the latest top 40 jams.
The club also attracted a pair of young and ambitious women. In October of 2009, Kiana Dennis, who is just 29, and Angela Vincents, who just prefers “thirty-something,” purchased the business and expanded it. They added TV’s, dance poles, a T-shaped stage for fashion shows and a new sign out front. They painted the walls and made the events calendar more diverse.
Dennis and Vincents also worked to make Club 9 a part of both the gay community and the Ferndale scene. The club was a gold-level sponsor for Motor City Pride, a participant in the annual Ferndale Pub Crawl, and a club sponsor for Hotter than July, an LGBT celebration organized by the Black Pride Society.
But about a year ago, all of that changed. Club co-owner Kiana Dennis closed the venue, gave up the women, the fame and all the benefits of sin to follow Jesus. Now she’s telling her story to help others know that there is nothing too hard for God. See the videos below.
ATLANTA – The spiritual damage inflicted upon the church (as if it didn’t already have enough serious problems) by the Lexi Show’s airing of the homosexual “Vision Church” is incalculable. Its akin to the Iranians getting their hands on a US made drone last week. Something monumentally wicked has been released. Before an audience of an estimated 32 million, on a African American-oriented, Christian-themed television network, Lexi showcased the vile, the perverted and the abominable as if it were a children’s ice cream party.
Apparently, everyone — but the church and its happy but blind members— can see that the dog and pony show which played out over two interviews[part 1], [part 2] on the Word Network were staged performances.
Lexi brought her religious entertainment show to Atlanta and in total submission to the belial qodesh, cast them as good, normal and righteous. The interview was jammed full of feelings, contradiction, lies, emotional garbling, “visions” and other sweetheart topics that carefully avoided the real issue. The church’s fundamental assertion that homosexuality is not a sin.
At one point, the church’s founder Oliver Clyde Allen, uses juvenile logic to refute that his church is a gay church.
“I dont even think that notion makes sense. Because if a church is gonna be identified by its majority population, then there’s a lot of gay churches. If there are churches that are gonna be identified by the orientation or the gender that’s predominate in the space, you know what that means, then we gotta call it a woman’s church. Then most of the churches we grew up in are female churches [laughter] because the majority of the church is female.”
The problem is that Allen’s logic unwittingly works against him. If the church with a majority female church is a “woman’s church”, then a church with a majority of self-identified homosexuals and with 100% homosexual leadership, is a homosexual church. Its part of the tactic of the gay church to disconnect from who they are. See here where they learned the tactic from. Strangely, they trumpet everywhere else how “out and proud” they are to be gay, but when it comes to the church, suddenly it doesn’t “make sense” to be identified as gay. By disassociating themselves with their chosen sexual identifier when in the religious context, they are able to throw the net of seduction much wider.
We’ve warned before that the homosexual church is the antithesis of God’s true church. Its a prefabricated babylon of which God warns his people to “come out of her lest you share in her plagues”. Rev 18:4
Not lost on this interview is the fact that for some time now Lexi has catered to the false teachers (Carlton Pearson) and bizarre beliefs (Tonex, satanist) for ratings under of the nebulous claim of journalistic obligation to “hear everybody’s voices”.
We were the first to tell you that Lexi is no journalist and has no credentials to prove she is. Her bio states this: “…during her undergraduate studies at Bowling Green State University, majoring in Interpersonal Communications and having a minor in Theatre…” Unless she left out her journalistic credentials, the claim that she is a journalist is a farce.
Moreover, since when did the bible instruct us to put demonic voices on display so we could all “hear them”. Jesus cast out demons, forbidding to even speak to him. The Apostle Paul instructed Elder Titus on how to deal with these religious types. “There are many men who will not listen or will not obey the truth. Their teaching is foolish and they lead people to believe a lie. Some Jews believe their lies. 11 This must be stopped. It turns whole families from the truth.” Titus 1:10-11 NLV
The video doesn’t deal with the real reason the gay church is in existence. That’s why the Allen’s homosexual “husband” wanted to “protect” him. Their indefensible doctrine is nothing but regurgitated vomit that has been sprayed with expensive smelling perfume.
Pastor Harvey Burnett at Dunamis Word blog, took the time to expose the multiple lies used by the homosexual religious community aka Vision Church to seduce and capture broken people looking for love. Read it here.
GCM Watch calls on the Word Network to reject, dismantle and ban The Lexi Show. It has become nothing but an affront to the mission of the Lord’s church and an inexcusable platform to air damnable heresies and doctrines of devils.
Read more about how and why the Word Network was started.
Its possible you’ve heard of the “Red Letter Christian” theological conglomeration. Its a strange religious concoction which attempts to make the so-called red letter passages of scripture (the quote-unquote words of Jesus) more important than other passages in the bible. Or they completely dismiss what’s not convenient in their arguments for homosexual conduct. Not that the bible itself places this kind of emphasis on the quoted words of Jesus, but its a progressive postmodernism gimmick used by liberal religious leaders to counter what they see is too much emphasis on things like sin, sexual immorality, holiness, repentance and hell. Additionally, RLC have a political axe to grind with the social conservative movement which is opposed to homosexual rights and abortion. Thus, they attempt to leverage the socio-political playing field by narrowing what scriptures are applicable to the aforementioned issues.
For the record ALL SCRIPTURE is given by inspiration of God (2 Tim 3:16). Nothing in the bible tells us or even implies that some scripture is more important that other parts —even the words of Jesus. That’s because the scripture is one, complete and harmonious system of doctrine and God-inspired logos. Scripture does not contradict scripture and one part doesn’t cancel out other parts without proper exegetical integrity in interpretation. But the Red Letter Christians have found a way around that.
Framers of the Red Letter movement include Jim Wallis, founder of Sojourners magazine; Richard Rohr, a well-known Catholic writer; Brian McLaren, an Emergent Church leader; and Tony Campolo, a popular speaker and author of Red Letter Christians: a Citizen’s Guide to Faith and Politics.
The group chose the name for a couple of reasons: first, to stress that its political philosophy is based on Jesus’ teachings—a “What Would Jesus Do?” approach to governmental policy. Second, to appear apolitical—the appellation “Red Letter Christians” avoids the political connotations of labels such as “liberal” and “progressive,” and it facilitates the group’s claim that it transcends politics.
Red Letter Christians resent what they see as the religious right’s fixation on abortion and homosexual rights. Since Jesus did not deal with those two issues, they say, we should not make them more urgent than other issues. Instead, Red Letter Christians focus on political policies affecting poverty, global warming, racial discrimination, the role of the military, capital punishment, foreign aid, and public education. [source]
Having a faulty premise to begin with can only lead one into further error and that’s exactly how lead framer Tony Campolo has devolved. In his quest to make things right politically for homosexuals, he realized there was a fundamental problem. Not only were so-called religious right against homosexuality but there existed a much more formidable enemy. Campolo had to chop up, dissect, diminish, disconnect and reorder the truth of scripture so that his political assertions would have some sort of theological support system. So he created the red letter lie manual.
We’ve reported on Campolo before. Like most gay affirming religious figures, the cover of youth is very convenient for them to seed their lies about sexuality. Campolo is nearing completion of his master’s degree in red letter deception. In an interview on his Red Letter Blog he immediately drops the youth issue as justification for his own errors.
“What’s happened overall in the last few years is that a younger generation is emerging with different values. Consider the homosexual issue. Recent studies indicate that older people tend to be opposed to gay marriage and younger people, while still conservative on the issue, do not consider it a defining issue for Christians. While conservative in their thinking, they put in an emphasis alongside of their concerns about the environment, their opposition to war, their concerns about human trafficking and, most of all, their concerns about poverty. I’m in the middle, closer to the younger.”
With a nonchalant shrug, Campolo goes on to say that he doesn’t “approve” of homosexuality. Does the bible really care that Tony Campolo approves of homosexuality or not? Hardly, especially when he circumvents the truth by insisting that talking about homosexuality isn’t something contemporary should be concerned about. After all, people are hungry, wearing second hand clothes and cant get the latest version of the Ipad. So what’s the big deal about homosexuality? What’s interesting is that false teachers almost always downplay serious issues like homosexuality, but then spend a majority of their time talking about it. They want YOU to be quiet so they can dominate the discussion with their lies.
Campolo is being disingenuous when he says he doesn’t approve of homosexuality. His attendance as a speaker at a gay christian conference is sufficient evidence to that regard. How could a person disapprove of something, but then voluntarily attend an event put on by people who engage in what you allegedly disapprove of? According to the gay christian network (see adherents) Campolo “does not support attempts to “convert” gays into straights; rather, he advises gay people to pursue celibacy.” Thats a political way of saying that homosexuals can’t change. That’s not biblical (reference 2 Cor 5:17) , but of course its a convenient caveat for the red letterers.
The red letter movement is closely associated with the emergent church movement. Both groups have cultivated a facade of being caring, tolerant and concerned but the reality is that they are part and parcel of those who teach doctrines of devils. False teachers come in all colors. Even red. For more information about Campolo’s emergent church heresy, check out Apprising Ministries writeup here.
A panel discussion featuring a live audience is set to discuss how the church is dealing with the ever-morphing issue of homosexuality. Hosted by Starr Quality TV, panel guests include Paulette Exile, Pastor DL Foster, Bishop Brehon Hall and Pastor Guy Reeves. The event is open to the public.
Please see above flier for location, time and date.
Gay christian bishop Vickie Gene Robinson speaking the lies of his father and sowing death into the lives of young people confused about their sexuality. The false “it gets better” campaign has done nothing but foment a spirit of death in America. Leave it up to false, self identified religious talking heads like Robinson to do his part in keeping young people in the darkness of sin.
Let no man deceive you with vain words: for because of these things cometh the wrath of God upon the children of disobedience. Be not ye therefore partakers with them. Eph 5:6-7 KJV