The McArthurs won their case at the U.K. Supreme Court. — The Christian Institute

 

The relentless pursuit of evil, of sin, of perversion to remove Christianity from the face of the earth.

Oh, how futile, how foolish — for the Word of God, God [God the Father, God the Son Jesus Christ, God the Holy Spirit] will not be removed. God’s Word is eternal and no power on earth will diminish it or remove it. It may appear the minions, ministers and billions enslaved to Satan are winning. It isn’t over.

In the end, they are the eternal losers who will have an eternity to writhe in pain, suffering, gnashing their teeth over the sin they chose over God, over Jesus, over the Holy Spirit, over the Way of Light and Truth over their darkness, their abominable lusts, and perversions.

The world may work feverishly, constantly to normalize these sins and nominations before the Lord, and billions have already accepted these lies and perversions as normal. Tragically, it is the mass of lost in utter darkness heterosexuals serving the Evil One that have and continue to push these sins as normal.

It may appear all is lost.

It may appear victory in a court case.

Do not be distracted or misled or carried away by the events of the day.

God, Jesus, the Holy Spirit are at work. In control. And every word within the Word is being fulfilled and is coming to be known. Including a Great Tribulation the likes of which the world has never seen, and never will again. This is part of that. Then the Lord will return. One more time. Not has He first came [see Revelation 19]. And then the end as it has been known.

Eternal victory and reward to those faithful, obedient, and fruitful ones of the Lord.

Eternal damnation and suffering for those who rebelled refused to repent, could not stand the Light, the Way, the Truth and the Life — and therefore they will receive the second death and an eternity in hell to writhe and wail and gnash and tear and scream — for eternity — as a result of the path they chose.

Do not waver, do not falter, do not fall dear ones. Fight the good fight to the very end.

God rules. Jesus is King of kings and Lord of lords. His kingdom does come. His will be done. On this earth, as it is in heaven.

And evil in its lusts, lies, and blindness will forever be relegated to the pit of hell.

Don’t believe this? Well, friend, there is a book explaining it all. The Book of books. Get ahold of one. Read it. Study it. Cherish it. Hold its words of life and wisdom in your heart.

 

Ken Pullen

Monday, January 10th, 2022

ACP — A Crooked Path

 

Not the case you may think it is [different case, different country] — Homosexual cake ruling “protects everyone from compelled speech”

 

07 January 2022

By Staff Writer

Reprinted from Christian Today [in the U.K.]

 

The Evangelical Alliance has welcomed the European Court of Human Rights’ decision not to hear a case involving a Christian bakery that refused to make a pro-homosexual cake.

Ashers Baking Co declined to create a cake iced with the words “Support Gay Marriage”.

The order was placed by homosexual rights activist Gareth Lee in 2014, who said he had been discriminated against by the bakery’s refusal to make the cake.

He took the Belfast-based bakery and its owners, Colin and Karen McArthur, to court but in 2018, the McArthurs won the case at the U.K. Supreme Court, which concluded that equality law does not compel people to say something they profoundly disagree with.

Mr. Lee then sought a ruling from the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) that would prevent business owners from being able to refuse to make products because they disagree with the messages contained in them.

On Thursday the ECHR ruled the case inadmissable, meaning that the U.K. Supreme Court verdict stands.

Peter Lynas, U.K. director of the Evangelical Alliance and a former barrister, said “everyone is better off” as a result of Thursday’s decision.

He said it “protects us all from compelled speech” and means that “everyone’s human rights have been affirmed”.

“This case was about freedom of conscience, speech and belief, and whether someone could be forced to create a message they profoundly disagreed with. Today’s ruling protects everyone from compelled speech,” he said.

“The Supreme Court found no discrimination on grounds of sexual orientation, religious belief or political opinion.

“The issue was always the message rather than the messenger. In ruling the case inadmissible, the ECHR has effectively backed the Supreme Court ruling.”

Simon Calvert, spokesman for The Christian Institute, which supported the McArthurs in the seven-year battle, said the ruling protects business owners from being forced to promote views they do not share.

“This could have included a Muslim printer being forced to print cartoons of Muhammad, or a lesbian-owned bakery being forced to make a cake describing homosexual marriage as an ‘abomination’,” he said.

“This is good news for free speech, good news for Christians, and good news for the McArthurs.”

Mr. Lee’s lawyer, Ciaran Moynagh of Phoenix Law, told Belfast Live that they are considering bringing a fresh court challenge under domestic law.