Yesterday, the location for the latest ubiquitous (iniquitous) “Gay” Pride parade was the city of Limerick in the Republic of Ireland.
There was no opposition to this public display of vulgarity and deviancy prompting the question, “where are the Christians?” (assuming some knew this parade was to take place.)
Too busy making daisy chains is the answer, while they watch their unconverted fellow man in their droves walk past them and fall over a cliff to their doom.
The Christians knew the danger these people were in but they were too busy making daisy chains to stop them (paraphrasing a portion of missionary Amy Carmichael’s Dream, see link below:)
The homosexuals themselves were surprised that there was no opposition to their parade, as one of their number expressed his thoughts thus, “I mean we put all this effort into being out and flamboyant. You’d imagine they could at least get into character and maybe wave a placard or something.” quote from Kieran Langers, PRO for Pride Festival.
This year, a Garda Siochana (Police) station in Limerick became the first in the Republic of Ireland to fly the rainbow flag in support of “Gay” Pride.
So, instead of upholding public morals, the Police are supporting the corrupters of public morals. Woe unto them!
The Police would be wise to ponder the following quotes from some Puritan writers (Christians from a bygone age):
“First we practice sin, then defend it, then boast of it.” Thomas Manton.
“Pollution is the forerunner of perdition.” John Trapp.
“Custom of sinning takes away the sense of it; the course of the world takes away the shame of it.” John Owen.
“Oh miserable man, what a deformed monster has sin made you! God made you “little lower than the angels”; sin has made you little better than the devils.” Joseph Alleine.