Georgia’s Bad Deal

                                              Georgia Governor Nathan Deal

The state of Georgia has become the latest victim of the homosexual tsunami as Georgia Governor Nathan Deal bowed low before the idol worshiped by the sexually immoral as he offered his state up in sacrifice.

The Georgia state legislature passed a bill intended to protect clergy from having to perform homosexual marriages and religious organizations from hosting homosexual events and hiring people who do not share their religious beliefs.

Note that the ordinary Christians of Georgia were not protected by this bill. The state must believe homosexuals and their minions pressuring ordinary Georgian Christians into compromising their faith through bankrupting fines and/or jail time is totally acceptable.

But even having protection in place for clergy or organizations that are primarily Christian based will not be tolerated by the sexually perverse. In response to Deal’s possible signing of the bill into law they launched a warning shot across his desk.
Coca-Cola, Home Depot (which is headquartered in Atlanta), and other well-known companies, along with the NFL and Hollywood celebrities and film studios urged Deal to veto the bill. Some threatened to boycott the state if Deal didn’t veto it.

The pressure quickly revealed Deal’s true character. At best he’s proven he’s a coward having sold Georgia’s soul to the devil; at worse he’s a fool who really believes the moral cancer in his state that this legislation has revealed is benign.

Of course, Deal doesn’t take kindly to being taken to task for his cowardness and foolishness. He heatedly said that threats and questions about “my convictions and my character” from some in the religious community were misguided.

Really? Someone’s misguided alright, but it’s not the religious community. His convictions are about as solid as Jell-O and his character is for sale to the highest bidder.

Then he hypocritically said, “I do not respond very well to insults or to threats”. Again, really? I believe Coca-Cola, Home Depot, the NFL, Hollywood celebrities and film studios believe he responds very well to threats. They got exactly what they wanted with their insults and threats.

He went on to say, “The people of Georgia deserve a leader who will make sound judgments based on solid reasons that are not inflamed by emotion.”

I totally agree so I have one question for Governor Nathan Deal: “When are you stepping down as governor so a leader who will make sound judgments based on solid reasons that are not inflamed by emotions can occupy the governor’s mansion?”

When Jesus was arrested and crucified the Apostles retreated to a locked room, fearful and scared of the authorities, both religious and secular. But after the resurrection of Jesus these fearful and scared men opened the door of that locked room and went on the offense teaching and preaching the Truth as taught to them by Jesus. For doing so a couple of them, Peter and John, were hauled before their religious Supreme Court – the Sanhedrin – and threatened them by telling them to stop speaking and living their faith or face the consequences for doing so. This was no idle threat. The Sanhedrin that threatened Peter and John was the same court that had Jesus crucified.

In response Peter and John told this Court, taking their lives into their hands…
“Whether it is right in the sight of God to listen to you rather than to God, you must judge, for we cannot but speak of what we have seen and heard” (Acts 4:19-20 ESV).

Governor Deal, I put you and every other authority, whether religious or civil, whether state or federal, on notice. I will not deny my Lord by bowing down before this idol of sexual perversion by denying my faith even if it costs me every penny I have and my freedom.
Governor Deal are a disgrace to the state of Georgia. Judas betrayed Jesus for 30 pieces of silver; we now know your price for betrayal.

Homosexuality is a sin. Period. To participate in advancing or celebrating it would be a sin. For you or any other authority to attempt to force me to do so will be met with the same words Peter and John spoke to those who threatened them…

“Whether it is right in the sight of God to listen to you rather than to God, you must judge, for we cannot but speak of what we have seen and heard” (Acts 4:19-20 ESV).

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