What do you think that means?
Isn’t it self-explanatory?
It means that nations in the world must be made disciple of Jesus Christ, to follow the Word of God and the Law of God.
It does NOT mean that nations should oppose the Word of God by legalizing gay marriage.
Do you see how legalizing gay marriage as a national law is directly opposed to the Great Commission?
The Great Commission does not say make disciples of individuals. It says make disciples of nations, corporate unit of people.
Thus, the Great Commission commands literally that nations must be made into Jesus Christ’s disciples.
There are those – such as Jews, Atheists, and Muslims – who do not want the United States of America to be a disciple of Jesus Christ. A lot of liberal theologians and policy makers are dedicated to making sure that the United States of America will not become a disciple of Jesus Christ.
They use their liberal ideology, such as “religious tolerance” or “separation of church and state” to ensure that the Great Commission of Jesus Christ, given directly by Jesus Christ Himself before Ascension, is not fulfilled.
How should true Christians respond?
Should true Christians follow the words of Jesus Christ and try to fulfill the Great Commission?
Or should they follow Establishment Republicans (ER) and Establishment Democrats (ED) and “throw Jesus Christ and His Words under the bus”?
Yes, that is what you are doing when you support ER and ED politicians who are bent on legalizing gay marriage and enforcing such anti-Christ laws by force of national law.
In other words, it is your fundamental core Christian duty to make sure that homosexuality is illegalized and homosexuals are arrested and executed under capital punishment, in obedience to the Word of God, the Holy Bible.
It is important for you to make the United States of America a disciple of Jesus Christ, in obedience to the Great Commission.
Are you going to follow the Words of God, or the words of Jews, Atheists, Muslims, ER, and ED?