yalandarose

August 1, 2012

Sorry, Another Chick-Fil-Story

Filed under: Christianity — Tags: , , — yalandarose @ 3:51 pm

I’m so tired of hearing about Chick-Fil-A I don’t know what to do…but write about it. Now, I hear that homosexual groups are planning a Kiss-In at the CFA establishments this Friday.

What mature adult – straight or gay – would want to take part in something so childish?

What purpose is this going to serve?

Chick-Fil-A is the site of PTO meetings, kids’ parties, and play dates.  Talk about a scheduling conflict.

I’m a grown woman and I wouldn’t want to be caught in any public place exercising my right to free love.

It’s disrespectful to me and my captive audience.  Not to mention the awkward/gross/get-a-room factor.

Staging a protest to stand up for your rights is one thing, but staging a protest out of spite is another.

Those unfamiliar with God’s Word, as Paul so eloquently wrote, are not aware “of a more excellent way.”

God Instructs us not to seek revenge probably because it’s a waste of time fretting over something that only He Can Change.

Dan Cathy stated that his company welcomes and would gladly serve anyone that walks into their restaurants. But who over the age of 16 would welcome a mass PDA event at their establishment?

If this is the mentality of grown people planning to Kiss In this Friday, there’s probably no rational answer.

March 15, 2012

Persecuting Pastors?

Filed under: Christianity, God's Love, religion, tolerance — Tags: , , — yalandarose @ 4:33 pm

“An East African gay advocacy group alleges a Massachusetts evangelist has waged a decade-long campaign to persecute gays in Uganda” (USA Today)

The words evangelist and persecute are in the wrong order in this sentence. The Bible says that Christians are supposed to prepare to be persecuted for our faith, and count it all joy. (James 1:2)

However, there are too many instances of Christians persecuting everyone else (including each other at times) and being called judgmental, hypocritical nutcases.

Christians should master the 2 greatest commandments (Matthew 22:36-40) before taking another step in their walk with Christ.

If all Christians became united on just these 2 commandments alone and put this at the forefront of our minds, there would be no incidents of “Christians” attacking homosexuals or each other for that matter, and maybe homosexuals and anyone else living in the midst of sin could discern the truth for themselves.

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