May 25, 2009 12:09 pm US/Pacific

Gay Marriage Supporters To Hold Prayer Service

May 25 2009
This at least in my thinking is quite unexpected in the most radical places in the US; San Francisco, here we find Homosexuals and Lesbians Praying in a Church. Perhaps it was a staged event or perhaps this might be indicative that Homosexuals and Lesbians fear death, and desire to have some semblance of being “Christian.”


We noted a year or so ago that there were a number of Homosexuals and Lesbians that were declaring themselves to be born again Christians and Spirit-filled Christians.  It is not wrong that such should seek Christ, it is highly desirable that such do so.  The issue is has been and is on there being no deep repentance, no deep cleansing, no deliverance no transformation and of none of these converts “Going and sinning no more.”


There are Homosexuals and Lesbians that can be reached and brought to the feet of Jesus Christ, but not with the anything goes come as you are Gospel that is being preached in every quarter.


In this day the Roman Catholic Church of all churches seems to be putting out a greater fight against homosexuality as being abject damnable sin.  How is it that Evangelicals, Fundamentalists, Pentecostals, and Charismatics have all have forsaken preaching against Sin, preaching of God’s demand of Righteousness, and the preaching of coming the Final Judgment by God in which all men that are unholy, unrighteous, and vile before God will be cast eternally into the Lake of Fire.


This sowing of a “friendly” “easy listening”  “non-threatening ” gospel  -- has reaped churches being inhabited with every foul bird as prophesied of in the book of Revelation. 


Gay marriage supporters are holding a prayer service on the eve of the California Supreme Court's expected ruling on the legality of a voter-approved ban on same-sex nuptials.

The group Marriage Equality USA plans to hold the interfaith event Monday night at Grace Cathedral in San Francisco.

   On Tuesday morning, the state's high court plans to rule on a series of lawsuits seeking to overturn Proposition 8.


Opponents of the gay marriage ban argue that the issue was improperly put before voters; they say it revised the state constitution's equal protection clause to such a dramatic degree that it first needed the Legislature's approval.

   But during a March hearing, several justices appeared skeptical at the idea of overturning a law passed by the voters.