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Is it important for Virginia’s churches to fight pro-gay candidates for the election of 2017?

Virginia is having an election in 2017 for the Governor of the State of Virginia.

It is important for Bible-believing churches to criticize openly and publicly the gay marriage support by political candidates, such as Lt. Governor Ralph Northam (Democrat), who support gay marriage laws and putting transgender bathrooms in every school district in the state of Virginia by state law.

It is important for the state of Virginia that a Bible-believing Christian who believes that Bible is good for the state of Virginia to be elected to the Governor of Virginia.  Pastors must preach this from the pulpit, because this impacts all the Bible-believing churches of the state of Virginia.

It is important for Christian churches in the state of Virginia to preach against supporting pro-gay politicians when the pastors preach on Sunday, because if a liberal like Ralph Northam becomes the Governor of the State of Virginia, the liberal Governor will push transgender bathrooms in every school in the state of Virginia and homosexual sexual education in every elementary school in the state of Virginia.

Fairfax County Public Schools is emphasizing pro-gay sex education at the elementary level.

Such pro-gay sex education emphasized in Fairfax County Public Schools will be forced upon every school district and every county in the state of Virginia, if a liberal like Ralph Northam becomes the Governor of the State of Virginia.

The time to fight is now, before the police forces every school district to enforce pro-gay sex education and transgender bathrooms in every Virginia’s elementary, middle, and high schools.

It is important for Virginia’s Christian churches to understand that they will be persecuted with the force of state law (and state’s police who are required to enforce Virginia state law), if a liberal is elected to the office of the Governor for the next several years.

It is important for Christians to take out advertisements in the internet, radio, TV, and billboards to make sure liberal pro-gay politicians lose the Virginia state election.

This could save you from a criminal record and incarceration, if a liberal Governor pushes pro-gay laws and enforcement of those pro-gay laws by using Virginia’s police officers.

Virginia’s Baptist Christians and Baptist churches will suffer if the Democrat wins.  They can be arrested under pro-gay laws pushed by a liberal Democrat Governor of Virginia.

Baptist Christians in Virginia may be fired from their jobs under a Democratic governor and will be unemployed and may enter the poverty line and collect food stamps.

The time to fight is now, before Baptist Christians in Virginia are fired from their jobs because the new liberal Governor of Virginia makes policies targeting Bible-believing Christians and churches in Virginia.

Baptist Christians must understand that their job will be in jeopardy under a liberal Democrat Governor, who pushes gay marriage and transgender rights in the state of Virginia with the power of law enforcement (police officers).

Many Baptist Christians will be fired from their jobs (or demoted or refused promotions) in the State of Virginia in the next few years, if a liberal becomes the Governor of Virginia.

If a liberal becomes the Governor of Virginia and you did not work hard to prevent this, then you deserve to be fired from your job and for your children to suffer poverty and crime.

It is your Christian duty to fight to prevent liberals from being elected to positions of power to attack Christianity and Bible-believing Christians.

If a liberal becomes the Governor of Virginia, the liberal Governor will attack Liberty University and Liberty University may see its radical decline over a very short period of time.

Time for Liberty University to fight is right now, if it wants to survive.

Is it important for President Trump to appoint more Protestant Christians into federal government leadership positions?

Yes, the majority of the American people are Protestant Christians.  There needs to be more Protestant Christians appointed to top federal government leadership positions to reflect the demographics of the nation.

Protestant Christians in all 50 US states are looking intently at every appointment by President Donald Trump.  “No taxation without representation!”

Many American citizens believe that the Holy Bible is infallible and inerrant Word of God, that must guide the direction of America as a nation.

It is important that Bible-believing Christians fill positions of leadership in the US federal government, because the majority of American citizens are Christian who respect the Holy Bible.

President Trump appointing Bible-believing Protestant Christians to FBI Director position and other top government positions will build confidence among the American people.

Every Sunday, over 100,000,000 American citizens go to church.  Christianity is important for United States citizens, especially those who voted for President Donald Trump.

Should President Trump aggressively appoint evangelical Christian judges to the federal bench?

Yes, President Trump should appoint evangelical Christian judges to the federal court judge positions.

The majority of America are Christians.  Evangelical Christians comprise the largest segment of US citizens, and are across racial and ethnic lines.

There are millions of black evangelical Christians.

There are millions of Asian evangelical Christians.

There are millions of evangelical Hispanic Christians.

Bible-centered Christianity is what unites the majority of Americans, who are Bible-believing Christians.

The Christian faith is very important to US citizens in all walks of life.

What liberal judges do not understand is that they can never ever impact lives of real people in the way that Jesus Christ does, every second and every day.

Liberal judges of US circuit courts can take their human laws to hell for eternal suffering, but to those who have experienced the redemptive salvation through Christ alone, there is eternal life, for ever and ever.

The parable of the rich man and poor Lazarus is appropos, here.

Many US federal court judges will be going to Hell forever for rejecting the Bible and Bible morality in the application of US laws.  Those who reject God’s Law, reject God.  Jesus is God.

Does killing of two bailiffs in Michigan, today, show that police-killing is spreading in the USA?

Today, two bailiffs were killed in Michigan.  This is a trend that is a part of the killing of police officers in Dallas, Texas.  It can be seen as a national trend, right now.

There are a lot of protests against the police in the USA, right now.

Today’s killing of police in Michigan only a few days after Dallas killing of police show that the anger against police is not sympathetic toward dead Dallas police officers.  There is a disconnect between how the Black Lives Matter supporters are feeling and those who support the police are feeling.  Each side has their own set of heroes.

Just because they are both Americans does not mean that they have the same set of heroes.  In 1850, the national law had Fugitive Slave Act that required the police to arrest runaway slaves, using tax dollars, and then return the slave to the slave owner.  Citizens disagreed on this issue and each side had their own set of heroes.  Nations get divided, sometimes.

Right now, gay marriage laws are in effect in all 50 states.  Police officers will arrest Christians who follow the Bible and oppose homosexuality and gay marriage laws.  For Bible-believing Christians who are arrested by the police for following the Bible (which contradicts the national law), police officers will not be seen as heroes.  Each side has their own set of heroes.  And one side’s villain is another side’s hero.  That happens in the same nation among citizens, who are divided and stand diametrically opposed against each other.

The “article” below illustrates what MIGHT happen in the very near future in many parts of America.

Christian Pastor In Vermont Sentenced To One Year In Prison After Refusing To Marry Gay Couple