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For over a decade, Brian Johnson has peaceably passed out Bibles during Minneapolis‚Äô Twin Cities Pride Festival, but if he tries it again this year, he fears, he could be arrested.
Through some clever legal wrangling, Twin Cities Pride, the organizers of the annual festival celebrating homosexuality, have convinced the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board to allow them to exile anyone attempting to distribute Bibles or communicate unapproved messages at the event to a ‚Äúno pride zone‚ÄĚ far away from the festivities....
Jim Lincoln wrote: It will be interesting to see if Mr. Johnson gets some relief in court. In many aspects I think he has a good case, and he does seem to be approaching the problem of sin by outsiders properly. This sermon not only talks about how to deal with sinners inside the church but also how to interact nonchurch members outside the church, The Permeating Influence of Sin.
Excellent sermon, covers and explains in a simple understanding.. Thanks Barry
Sodomites fear the Bible - especially the King James Bible! Sodomite - check it out in your own Bible. Is it there? It is a word we should use often towards these God-angering perverts. It will remind them of God's wrath in Sodom, when fire rained down and destroyed all those cities of the plain, and all who dwelt in them.
If they refuse the scripture, they refuse the gospel where they might find forgiveness; and if they refuse the gospel, God reserves the right to send them a strong delusion, so that they will believe the lie, and that, without any hope of remedy.
It behoves all sinners immediately to respond to God's message in the way that God had ordained, namely, to repent of sin and turn from it, and to call upon the name of the Lord, asking the Lord Jesus Christ to redeem them by his blood, shed on a cruel cross near Jerusalem, where he bore the sins of the world, so that "whosoever believeth in him should not perish but have everlasting life."
There is never any excuse accepted by God for procrastination. It is always NOW that "God commandeth all men everywhere to repent." It is TODAY! Right this very minute! Boast not of tomorrow. I may not be here tomorrow; and you may have gone to meet God sooner than that!