Dear Brother in Christ,
It was great talking with you. As per our conversation, I agree that we as Christians must love and pray for all people. However, there is an undeniable extremely aggressive campaign by LGBTQ activists to force biblical principles, values, and Jesus underground. States and corporations are afraid to say no to anything LGBTQ activists demand. I’ve written numerous articles about LGBTQ bullying with links confirming the facts.
Planned Parenthood successfully implemented mandatory sex ed in public schools teaching elementary kids oral sex, anal sex, BDSM, how to use fruit as sex toys, and rimming. Students are encouraged to experiment with homosexuality and transgenderism. Teachers are being banned from addressing students as boys and girls claiming it is insensitive to transgenders and is gender bigoted.
Drag queens are reading homosexual-themed stories to kids in public libraries; using homosexual songs which instructs kids how to move like a homosexual.
I could go on and go with stories about how LGBTQ activists are aggressively stealing the hearts and minds of our kids while cramming their lifestyle down our throats.
Public schools are forcing our kids to embrace lifestyles clearly against the Word of God. Far too many Christians are going along with it in the name of acting in love. I cannot believe God is pleased with parents surrendering their children to LGBTQ activists for indoctrination. We are in this mess because Christians have been too passive for decades. Those who identify as LGBTQ are only 3% of the population.
The greatest trick of LGBTQ activists is to portray themselves as victims of us intolerant Christians. The truth is they are the ones aggressively seeking to make quoting the Bible illegal. LGBTQ activists in California just tried to pass a law to make the Bible illegal. Christians successfully voted it down. Praise God.
Jesus is still the answer for the world today. But, “evil prospers when good men do nothing”. (Edmund Burke)
In His Love,
My Christian Brother’s Response:
In response to my letter, my Christian brother left me a voice-mail expressing his anger at me. I noticed he did not express any shock, outrage or anger over LGBTQ activists aggressively seeking to sex and transgender our kids. He concluded his rant saying, “I refuse to hate these (LGBTQ) people.” Folks, did you read anything in my letter advocating hating LGBTQ? No. And yet, this fellow Christian believes pushing back against LGBTQ activists’ agenda is hate. This is the deception we are dealing with folks. We must continue to pray.
Lloyd Marcus, The Unhyphenated American