As is the practice of A Crooked Path all misuses of words have been removed and the actual word put in their place, as is also done when using mere letters of a numbing and accepted worldly fashion in defining and describing acts of sexual immorality, perversion, and deviancy that goes against God, nature and the Word of God. This practice is even done in quotes. It’s long overdue that if people of God actually believe these acts are a sin and an abomination against God, nature, and the Word of God they do not appease the worldview, do not take a percentage of worldview mixed with some Christian worldview to placate, be accepted and appease. It’s time to speak and write exactly what these things are and no longer succumb to the word usages and abbreviations used by the world. It takes about a second and a half to say what they really are and only a couple of seconds time to actually write what these acts are, as opposed to succumbing to worldly definitions and usages. And in bowing to the worldview? Using their errant meanings, definitions, and abbreviations? No one is “winning them over” they are only appeasing them and the forces of evil chuckle at how easy it is to get people of professed faith to become weak and fearful desiring to appease them rather than pleasing the Lord our God.
Let us take a moment to consider the word “gay” used universally and widely to define and describe a person who lives a homosexual lifestyle and commits immoral, abnormal, deviant and perverted sex acts, but that alone is not the whole of the homosexual lifestyle. They live to corrupt and pervert, or remove Christianity and the truth contained in the Word of God as well. Yet, almost to a person — and I address this to those professing to be Christians now, whether speaking or writing they use the word “gay” to mean a homosexual person. Do you realize why that word was chosen by the fascist militant homosexual movement to become the word used to define them? Because it is 180 degrees opposed to their real life. How they live. They took a word meaning light, fun, cheerful, frivolous, happy, and corrupted it to come to define the abomination of how they live and what they believe.
And yet professed Christians bow to this and they use the word “gay” rather than speaking or writing the truth, the facts. Why? Afraid to stand out? Might have to declare your faith? Support the Word of God? Like appeasing and pleasing the people of the world rather than pleasing God?
You think Jesus, the apostles, God, the Holy Spirit, any of the prophets would have substituted the actual practices, meanings, and clear speech to acquiance to homosexuals and the world because they demanded that word be used?
Why do people of supposed faith in Jesus, in God, saying they believe the Bible then become unrecognizable to that Word and cannot be separated from anyone pagan, any unbeliever in the world?
Why use the wrong words? Because everyone else does it?
Think on this. Pray on this. You might not like to read this but I do not turn from the truth of the Scriptures and the true meanings of words, and concern myself more with being liked and accepted by people rather than speaking and writing the truth according to God’s Word and His ways and instruction to us.
There is NOTHING gay about any homosexual or their lifestyle. Do not be deceived. Do not make yourself like the world, no different from the world.
You fear having to explain yourself to someone for using the right words rather than “gay” to describe the sin and abomination of homosexuality?
You might be better to go off somewhere quiet and deeply ponder having to explain yourself to Jesus when each of us will be before Him in judgment.
Everyone who does evil hates the light, and will not come into the light for fear that their deeds will be exposed.
John 3:20 — New International Version
You love evil more than good, and lying more than speaking what is right. Selah
Psalm 52:3 — English Standard Version
The fear of the LORD is hatred of evil. Pride and arrogance and the way of evil and perverted speech I hate.
Proverbs 8:13 — English Standard Version
Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!
Isaiah 5:20 — King James Version
I’m more fearful of displeasing the Lord than I am in making people of the world happy. Or liking me. Or feeling I must resort to their corrupting of words and definitions in order to fit in. When will we who profess with our lips to be true disciples of Jesus, not be ashamed of the gospel? Because we sure act as if we are by speaking and writing as the world does! Rather than speaking and writing and living as the Word of God instructs us. When will we finally stand tall, stand firmly with the Word, in the Word, putting on the full armour of God ( http://Ephesians 6 ) and living the Word rather than living with a worldview, language, and ways while thinking we’re living God’s ways?
Ken Pullen, administrator of A Crooked Path
Children’s TV Network Nickelodeon: ‘Celebrating Pride … This Month and Every Month’(Video)
Reprinted from: Christian News Network
Along with the Cartoon Network, Disney Channel and “Sesame Street,” the children’s television network Nickelodeon took to social media this month to recognize Pride Month, which celebrates those who identify as “homosexual, lesbian, bisexual or transgender.” The Bible says that children are to be raised in the “discipline and instruction of the Lord.”
“Celebrating #Pride with the lesbian, homosexual, bisexual, transgender, and queer+ community and their allies this month and every month,” it wrote on June 13, including an emoji of a rainbow flag, generating 330K likes on Twitter and 430K likes on Instagram.
The post included a graphic with a multi-colored SpongeBob SquarePants, Schwoz Schwartz of “Henry Danger” — played by Michael Cohen, who was born female but identifies as male, and Korra of “The Legend of Korra”, who was confirmed by co-creators Bryan Konietzko and Mike DiMartino in 2014 to be lesbian.
The post caused some to think that Nickelodeon is implying that SpongeBob is homosexual, although late creator Stephen Hillenburg had previously stated that he “never intended” for the character to be seen as such and that he is “almost asexual.”
Nickelodeon asked followers in other posts if they know the history behind the Pride flag and the meaning behind each stripe — with one post featuring a video including children talking about Pride Month.
Another mention featured Luna from “The Loud House” playing an electric guitar with a rainbow spotlight shining down on her. “Luna’s rocking out with Pride,” the caption read.
Nickelodeon, which became America’s first cable channel for children in the 1970’s, is known for shows such as “Paw Patrol,” “Blues Clues,” “SpongeBob SquarePants”, “The Loud House” and Tyler Perry’s “Young Dylan.”
Other major children’s networks — Cartoon Network and Disney Channel — likewise recognized Pride Month, with both having special Pride playlists for youth.
“Our world is changing every day and it’s the courage of individuals that bring forth progress,” Cartoon Network tweeted on June 10. “While the world continues to push for equality, CN celebrates the people and families within the lesbian, homosexual, bisexual, transgender, and queer+ community, all month long and all year round. #HappyPrideMonth”
It created a “Pride Playlist” featuring episodes from the cartoons “Steven Universe” and “Craig of the Creek.” In 2018, “Steven Universe” featured episodes where the female characters Sapphire and Ruby became engaged and “married,” locking lips after being pronounced “Garnet.”
In the “Craig of the Creek” episode “The Haunted Dollhouse”, which also depicts an occultic seance, witches Courtney and Tabitha are caught kissing in the dark. The two first revealed their feelings for each other in the episode “The Curse.”
Disney Channel posted a video to social media on June 15 featuring actress Raven-Symone’, who is in a relationship with another woman, speaking about what “pride” means to her.
“We couldn’t agree more with @ravensymone — #PrideMonth is all about celebrating our authentic selves! #expressyourself,” the outlet wrote.
It also released a “Disney Pride” musical playlist on Apple Music, YouTube, Spotify and Pandora, featuring music from “High School Musical”, “Frozen”, “The Lion King”, “Aladdin”, “The Thing About Harry” and other productions.
The long-running children’s show “Sesame Street” posted about Pride Month twice so far in June, writing, “On our street, we accept all, we love all, and we respect all. Happy #PrideMonth” and “Love always wins. #PrideMonth.” The latter used the various colors of show characters, from the yellow of Big Bird, the red of Elmo and the blue of Cookie Monster to form a rainbow heart in the center.
As previously reported, homosexuality and drag have made their way into children’s programming in recent years. In 2017, the preschooler-geared cartoon “Doc McStuffins” featured an animated depiction of the lesbian moms of two children. That same year, “Star vs. the Forces of Evil” included a scene where two boys locked lips, as well as two girls.
In 2018, World of Wonders debuted the cartoon “Drag Tots,” which featured animated “baby drag queens” voiced by cast members of “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” and Netflix announced the children’s series “Super Drags,” which centered on the fictional tales of drag queen superheroes.
Last year, “My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic” featured lesbian aunts during its final season, and Mr. Ratburn, the elementary school teacher in the long-running PBS children’s cartoon “Arthur” came out as homosexual, “marrying” an aardvark named Patrick in the episode “Mr. Ratburn and the Special Someone.”
The new Disney-Pixar film “Onward,” which centers on wizardry and necromancy, also features a line where a cyclops police officer — voiced by a homosexual screenwriter — subtly reveals to viewers that she is a lesbian, and the reboot of the PBS animated children’s show “Clifford the Big Red Dog” introduces a girl named Samantha who has two mothers.
Ephesians 6:4 teaches that parents are to raise their children “in the discipline and instruction of the Lord.” Psalm 78 also outlines that God’s law is to be passed down from generation to generation, that children may not rebel against the Lord as their fathers once did.
“He established a testimony in Jacob and appointed a law in Israel, which He commanded our fathers, that they should make them known to their children, that the generation to come might know them — even the children which should be born, who should arise and declare them to their children,” it declares.
“That they might set their hope in God, and not forget the works of God, but keep His commandments, and might not be as their fathers, a stubborn and rebellious generation — a generation that set not their heart aright, and whose spirit was not steadfast with God.”
The late British preacher J.C. Ryle (1816-1900) once exhorted in his message “Duties for Parents”, “You must not think it a strange and unusual thing that little hearts can be so full of sin. It is the only inheritance which our father Adam left us; it is that fallen nature with which we come into the world; it is that inheritance which belongs to us all.”
“May the awareness of it make you more diligent in using every possible means which seem most likely, by God’s blessing, to counteract the evil. Let it make you more and more careful, so far it lies with you, to keep your children out of the way of temptation.”