Even though no one has asked for it, here is my take on the decisions made by the Supreme Court this week:
Our government is secular not spiritual. As such, decisions are made based on humanistic philosophies, not biblical principles. That’s just the way it is.
Equality before the law outweighs morality before God. Why? Because a secular society cannot legislate morality.
Our country, while based on Judao/Christian principles, was never intended to be a “Christian” (theocracy) nation.
Nothing has really changed.
God is still sovereign.
Striking down parts of the Voting Rights Act may have a greater, negative impact on democracy than any thing else the Supreme Court did (please read that again carefully). The reason I say this is because, like it or not, same-sex marriage is a done deal; striking down voting rights is a huge step backwards.
Jesus is still the way, the truth, and the life.
My passport says “United States of America” but by real citizenship is in the Kingdom of Heaven.
It’s time for the church to be the church and for Christians to be disciples. The harvest is plentiful but the laborers are few. It is the kindness of God (not judgmental attitudes of believers) that lead people to repentance.