The homosexualists' Chinese water torture...

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Drip, drip, drip. The top right of the Google News page right now has this headline: 

Fans Give Back to Beloved Pittsburgh Artist and Dying Partner

The news story is about two sodomites who have been crowd-sourced $17,000 to have their dream vacation before...

one of them dies:

People around the world have contributed $17,000 — well above the $10,000 goal — to send Pittsburgh artist Randy Gilson and his partner, Mac, who has terminal cancer, on their dream vacation. The two want to see the Grand Canyon and walk along a California beach together before Mac succumbs to the disease.

This is national news. Think about that. Two sodomites being given $17,000.

Why would I post it here? 

Not because I want either of the men to die—not at all. This is very sad, and doubly so because after death comes judgment and it's obvious these men are not repenting of their sodomy. Just the opposite: it's the center of their crowd-sourcing campaign, "partners" and all that. So what is terribly shameful is promoted by Google News and NBC News across our nation.

It's all so beautiful, right? This is the noise you, your wife (or husband), and your children live listening to each minute of each day. It's relentless and it's eating away at every Christian's piety and conscience. It's also destroying the souls of our neighbors.

Culture is indomitable in forming the character of nations. Further, the books of First and Second Corinthians show Christians are no exception to this rule.

Thing is, the Corinthians didn't just have their super-apostles; they had the Apostle Paul.

We, on the other hand, only have our super-apostles, and they're no obstacle to our culture. In fact, by accepting the gay/SSA identity while saying "no" to the wrong use of body parts, they have created the perfect compromise for Pharisees and their followers. Clean outside of the cup but dirty inside of the cup.

That's what my next book is about: how church celebrities have caved to the homosexualist movement while keeping their constituents' trust.

Tim Bayly

Tim serves Clearnote Church, Bloomington, Indiana. He and Mary Lee have five children and big lots of grandchildren.

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