Time for a change, or not

We’re well overdue for change. If we were in need of it before Obama, well, he doubled that need. This is a different kind of change proposed and for a different type of people it applies to. The type who normally frown on civil disobedience, not praise it in all situations.

Columnist to America’s Christians: It’s Time for Civil Disobedience

03 Jul 2015 By : WND
By Matt Barber

“Remember what I told you: ‘A servant is not greater than his master.’ If they persecuted me, they will persecute you also. If they obeyed my teaching, they will obey yours also.”

– John 15:20

The push back has begun. Christian business owners, lawyers, parents, judges, county clerks, organizations, universities, hospitals, adoption agencies and other individuals and groups have been given an ultimatum by five unelected, unaccountable liberals in Washington, D.C.: “You must now obey us and disobey God. You must pretend, with us, that sin-based same-sex ‘marriage’ is an actual thing.”

To which we say, “Not on your life.”

“Or our own.”

Many of us have long warned that this day would come, and it has arrived. In the Spirit of Daniel the prophet and MLK the reverend, we Christians must now engage, as relates our peaceful response to the imposition of counterfeit same-sex “marriage,” in widespread civil disobedience. It’s the right thing to do. In fact, it’s a sin if we don’t.

“So whoever knows the right thing to do and fails to do it, for him it is sin.” (James 4:17)

Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2015/07/time-for-civil-disobedience-christians/

We’ll see about that push back or how far it goes? Time will tell. My guess is if Pope Francis spoke against same-sex marriage he would be promptly ignored, where he’s celebrated presently for his global warming stand. But what the media really wants to know is if the Pope chews on cocoa leaves in South America — not his view on same-sex marriage.

As to faithful Christians, the call is out. How do they or churches respond?

19 comments on “Time for a change, or not

  1. the unit says:

    Before I retired I changed my undies every morning after a shower. They say Brett Favre
    wears the same shirt all week. I retired now and since Obama in office now over six years I spray my undies with Resolve Pet Oxi when I get around to washing them. lol
    And hey, Kenny Stabler lived just around the corner in my territory.

    Liked by 2 people

  2. drrik says:

    …..and the beer I had for breakfast wasn’t bad so I had one more…for dessert.

    Liked by 4 people

  3. Hardnox says:

    The problem with the churches, regardless of flavor, is that they are in bed with the government. All receive government largess in one form or the other. When one group doesn’t tow the line they are threatened with losing their tax exempt status or the money. It’s disgusting.

    Churches function mainly for self preservation with a little religion thrown in just for effect.

    The reality is that the left has undermined the moorings of every faith with the net goal of destroying them all.

    Most of the clerics are simply cowards for not calling the left out.

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    • Bullright says:

      Nox, You called that right down the line. With the caveat that those willing and speaking out are dismissed as crackpots or out of touch. (out of fashion) Ridiculed — which is what Christians can expect. I don’t know which part of it all is the worst?

      But you do hear churches speak up for the new political ’emergent’ agenda.(as if their defense is really necessary) aka “for effect”. They are celebrated the loud and proud way for it.


      • Hardnox says:


        Ridicule is the coward’s method. The left has been very effective in using it. True, there are a few that speak out but they get lost in the weeds while quoting scripture. People get deaf… me included.

        As you point out some denominations are vying for popularity instead of standing up for Christian values. In the end, they’ll have God to answer to. It’s gonna suck to be them.

        As frustrating as it is today, nothing much can be done to change course until be we change our national leaders. Sadly, the clerical whores will then hog the spotlight and the message. The key is the people and what’s in their hearts and a demand for better. We all know we’re being pissed on yet some want to believe it’s a warm summer rain.

        Our culture needs a massive reset.

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  4. Davetherave says:

    The SCROTUM is one confusing ass group of unelected politicians. The 5-4 ruling will immediately give many benefits to couples married in the states that allow such unions, but the SUPREMES did not rule on CA’s Prop 8 due to technical reasons. So the lower court ruling stands on allowing homo marriage in CA. So where in hell does that leave other states???

    LIberal logic states we must abide by gay marriage and Obamacide, because it’s now settled law by the SCROTUM. However; the settled law by the same court regarding the EPA’s vast over reach shall be ignored by the liptards. Lunics…

    I’ve always had a rather civil disobedient side, so no reason to change now. I’d just do like the liptards and not support any law that goes against my belief and agenda. Monkey see monkey do… 😀

    Liked by 1 person

    • Bullright says:

      Dave, Thanks great comment. So right past the Prop 8. Excellent point. Now which is the biggest usurper SCOTUS or EPA? I think they are neck and neck.

      Yea, is there a liberal privilege law? it seems so. They get to ignore what they don’t like, Obama and his sanc-cities do it every day. But then I guess that the left is in a permanent state of civil disobedience.

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  6. peppermintfarm says:

    As much as we need civil disobedience by the clergy I doubt they will stand up. The usual rollover and take it is their mantra.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Bullright says:

      Pepp, like you I have my doubts. Many will adhere to the doctrine of ‘go with the flow’. For those who do, it will cause a whiplash reaction from the left.



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