Tell Senators to Vote 'No' on Homosexual 'Marriage' Bill


Making the laws lawlessness. Making the bitter sweet, the sweet bitter, calling evil good and good evil while putting darkness in place of light and calling the light darkness. Vehemently, openly, boldly turning from God. From morality since the beginning of man on earth.

God’s will be done on earth, as in heaven, His kingdom come.

Our kingdom is not here nor can we create the kingdom of God ourselves. But we are instructed to be constantly vigilant. Recognize the enemy and be continually prepared to engage in spiritual warfare. Putting on and never removing the full armour of God!

“The Respect for Marriage Act” (H.R. 8404) is one of the most venal, heinous, sinful, and immoral bills to ever be raised in the U.S. Congress. If this passes the Senate as it passed in the House it will irrevocably change America for the worse, much worse. Christian persecution will be legalized. The ministers of Satan filling the offices and chambers of Congress, the ministers of Satan methodically, determinedly, persistently working to serve their master and his evil are as locusts upon the land. As a parched dry hotness devoid of rain leaving everything dead its evil winds touch.

Yes, it’s time to finally do something if you have not. If you have? It’s time to do some more.

Because if the following passes in the Senate? The sitting and deluded man mired in sin seated behind the Resolute Desk in the Oval Office will eagerly sign it into law.

A lot of words have been spoken or written about who the real president is, and who’s really controlling our current president. I haven’t heard anyone say correctly, or write correctly — as it is Satan, that Old Dragon that is the entity controlling our present president. He, along with tens of millions in America, have been given over by God to their wicked unrighteous minds. Oh, it may appear as if other folks are guiding the president, but all those are nothing but mouthpieces for the devil. Having been given over to their lost and sinful minds and hearts.

Harsh? Too much? Look around. Listen. Inhale. What’s seen, heard, smelled? Evil. The look, sound, and stench of evil permeates this land and its people.

Do something. Now. Don’t be one of the tens of millions that will finally wake up one day from their perpetual slumber and stupor and ask, “How’d this happen? How’d it get like this?” As tyranny, fascism, and Christian persecution runs rampant and amok, when America is unrecognizable. Don’t go protesting, screaming, and asking “How’d this happen?” Because it is the blindness and sin, the growing evil and turning from God in this once greatest of nations that have brought us to where we now are.

In God’s judgment. What do we do next? That determines the next day, and the future days here until the Lord returns.

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Ken Pullen, A CROOKED PATH, Friday, July 29th, 2022



Tell Senators to Vote ‘No’ on Homosexual ‘Marriage’ Bill


Roe v. Wade has been reversed, and with it, the entire liberal agenda is in trouble. As Justice Clarence Thomas observed in his concurrence in the Dobbs case: “[I]n future cases, we should reconsider all of this Court’s substantive due process precedents, including Griswold, Lawrence, and Obergefell.” Griswold found a constitutional right to contraception – and prevented states from regulating its use. Lawrence invented a constitutional right to sodomy – and prevented states from prohibiting unnatural acts. Obergefell created a constitutional right to same-sex marriage – and nullified the ability of states to define marriage according to the historical and natural definition of one man/one woman.

In order to protect the newly created right to same-sex marriage, however, the U.S. House has passed “The Respect for Marriage Act” (H.R. 8404). The bill is a threat to real constitutional rights – the rights to free speech, freedom of religion, and freedom of assembly. The legislation could also be used by the IRS to revoke the tax status of Christian schools, universities and nonprofits.

This was a leadership decision. The Respect for Marriage Act was introduced on July 18, 2022. It passed the House three days later. The vote in the House wasn’t even close!

H.R. 8404 passed 267 to 157. This means 47 Republicans voted for it. For Nancy Pelosi, this is a legacy item.

The legislation has been fast-tracked in the U.S. Senate. There will be no committee hearings, and the bill could come to the floor at any time. In other words, it is a priority, and the Democrats will be willing to trade almost anything to get moderate Republicans on board. They need 60 votes to avoid a filibuster, which means they need 10 Republicans to support their radical agenda.

We have to stop them. If we don’t, the nonprofit status of Christian schools, universities, and nonprofits will come under the intense scrutiny of the IRS.

Contact your U.S. Senators today! We need your help to tell Senators to stand strong against H.R. 8404.

The so-called Respect for Marriage Act (H.R. 8404) would essentially give federal protection to same-sex marriage. But that’s not all. In doing so, the law would create a “private right of action” that activists will use to sue anyone who gets in their way. The bill also authorizes the Department of Justice to go after violators.

This will include a wide array of Christian nonprofits, starting with adoption agencies and foster-care providers and other groups that work with federal and state governments. The ultimate aim of the bill is to eliminate any chance of there being a legal challenge to Obergefell. State legislatures will be intimidated into doing nothing, as the supporters of traditional marriage are silenced and canceled.

Worse still, the Respect for Marriage Act could be used by the IRS to try to force K-12 religious schools to hire same-sex married teachers. It could be used to try to require Christian universities to enroll same-sex married students. It could even be used to destroy the nonprofit status of pro-family groups.

Tell Senators to vote NO on the Respect for Marriage Act.

This vote will be one of the most important votes the Senate takes this year. They need to hear from you today.