Thank you so much Michael Hranek ( sorry I misspelt your surname on my last comment ). My pray is that our Lord will keep me from murmuring but to be grateful for all especially with all the atrocities going on in the world at the moment, may He richly bless you, your wife and family .
MG, I have a mentally disabled sister who is now an adult, she has the mind of a 3 year old and through her I meet those with Down Syndrome and they are the most loving, gentle, kind, smiley people I know, when I read Richard Dawkins comment I thought, how dare he, but then what does he know. May our Gracious Lord uphold you and family, you made a wise choice.
kjg wrote: 37 But just as the days of Noah were, so also shall be the coming of the Son of Man. 38 For just as they were in the days before the flood, eating and drinking, marrying and giving in marriage, until the day that Noah entered into the ark, 39 and they didnâ€™t know a thing until the flood came and took them all away, so also shall be the coming of the Son of Man.
I don't think marrying and giving in marriage as in Gods word is the man made marriages we have now between same sex persons as God doesn't recognise this as marriage but only marriage between one man and one woman.
John Yurich.... This happened in England, there doesn't seem to be any Christian right now, all David Cameron said last week about UK being a Christian country is being attached today by humanists, atheists and scientists.
John UK wrote: Hello Elise, Yes, I'm afraid so. You know what it's like at Westminster. We vote in the Tories and then when the people get fed up with them they vote in Labour. It just goes round in circles. I never vote, to register my disgust. And I tell them if they come to the door touting for votes. You'll be okay though, when the scots vote for independence. At least it will all be more local.
Hello John...IF Scotland get independence we won't be any better off, we will still have Brussels ruling over us, independence is Alex Salmons dream just as " gay " marriage was.
John UK wrote: It's an interesting period in history. I am not expecting the Lord, who is of "purer eyes than to behold iniquity", to stay silent in the face of this abomination. I don't know when, but surely he will be doing something about this by way of fierce judgment. Little do they know that it is God's longsuffering and grace that has kept him thus far from wiping them all out.