Hurricane Matthew has sent flood waters rising in North Carolina.
The name Matthew is significant because it is the first name of the three Synoptic Gospels in the New Testament. Matthew, in fact, is the first book of the New Testament.
Gospel of Matthew is used to emphasize the love of God for those sinners who accept Jesus Christ.
But some have tainted the Gospel of Jesus Christ by saying that homosexuals should be loved. The Holy Bible considers homosexuality as unnatural and a result of God delivering people over to Satan (Romans 1). The New Testament commands excommunication for homosexuals. In other words, homosexuals should not be “loved” and Christian worship must be forbidden for homosexuals. Gays are not allowed to worship Jesus Christ in the Christian church. Churches must do all they must to exclude all homosexuals from worshiping in God’s House.
But when some people say that gays must be loved. They are violating God’s Law. And some preachers in North Carolina have offended God by trying to “love” homosexuals. God does not want true Christians to love homosexuals. Homosexuality must not be tolerated.
God will punish those who want to “love” homosexuals and share the Gospel with homosexuals. North Carolina Christians must submit to the Word of God and prevent the Gospel from being shared with homosexuals. Homosexuality must be illegalized by law and homosexuals arrested and executed under capital punishment of North Carolina state law and the law of the United States of America. This is the Will of God in Heaven.
Every church in North Carolina must preach against gay marriage laws and homosexuality from the Sunday pulpit. God wants the Word of God preached. Preaching against homosexuality and gay marriage laws from the pulpit is a Christian duty for Christian clergy. Non-compliance will be severely punished by God.
God controls the floods.
Blessings belong to the LORD Jesus … as well as punishments.
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