It is with much regret that I have to report that the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland has voted by 326 to 267 to support Scott Rennie. Mr Rennie lives with his homosexual partner, but the Kirk has decided that this is not a barrier for him to preach about sin and the devastating consequences of being unrepentant.
The Creator made man in His own image and then made Eve for Adam. His template for human behaviour is as Genesis 2 records:
22 And the rib, which the LORD God had taken from man, made he a woman, and brought her unto the man.
23 And Adam said, This is now bone of my bones, and flesh of my flesh: she shall be called Woman, because she was taken out of Man.
24 Therefore shall a man leave his father and his mother, and shall cleave unto his wife: and they shall be one flesh.
The Church of Scotland have turned the corner now. Not only do they disregard Genesis, but they have also turned their back on Christ, because He repeated Genesis (see Matthew 19 and Mark chapter 10).
By normalising sexual sin, the Kirk is actually condoning it. It is meant to be a beacon of truth in a fallen world and now it has fallen too. Instead of insisting on righteous behaviour, they will be doing Satan’s work by saying a sin is not a sin and thus inferring that we don’t need a Saviour.
326 people in the General Assembly voted for Babylon. This means that people who stand up for the truth will be further sidelined in society and the great destroyer that is Political Correctness will go marching on until nobody is allowed to think for themselves or permitted ownership of their conscience.
According to the BBC, the Rev Ewen Gilchrist, caretaker minister at Queen’s Cross, said earlier that:
“Sexuality is something that the church doesn’t have a good track record about”.
“We constantly lock it up and frown about it. Here’s an opportunity to welcome it, to acknowledge the diversity of human sexuality and to bring that richness into our life and worship.”
Even the churches are now infiltrated with liberals promoting ungodly practices – and they expect everyone else to celebrate this ‘richness’ of ‘diversity’. Don’t mind me if I try, with the Almighty’s help, to stay on the narrow path that leads to everlasting life.