Bathrooms are just the beginning: a scary look into the trans movement’s end goals


The radical LGBTQ–Q is for questioning–has a plan to totally destroy the concepts of male and female. In other words, they want to “burn the binary.” Claire Chretien of LifeSite News reveals that this goal is nothing new.  Chretien quotes transsexual activist Riki Wilchins as saying:

Queer activists have been talking about [this] at least since the 1970s of Gay Liberation, even as the movement it spawned has continued to nudge it aside.


As the LGBT movement focused on redefining marriage and enshrining in law same-sex couples’ “right” to children, it also quietly introduced lawsuits advocating for the law to recognize one’s self-perception instead of biological reality as truth.  Once the Supreme Court redefined marriage, the media focus on the LGBT movement slowly began to shift to battles over gender and transgenderism.

So we’ve noticed. Pay attention, brethren.  This isn’t going away.

Claire Chretien has the full story:


Jesus answered, “Have you not read that he who created them from the beginning made them male and female,” and said, ‘Therefore a man shall leave his father and his mother and hold fast to his wife, and the two shall become one flesh’? – Mat. 19:4, 5

The battle over men accessing women’s bathrooms and vice versa has little do with bathrooms or even transgenderism, a well-known LGBT activist admitted last week.  It has everything to do with re-working society and getting rid of the “heterobinary structure” in which we live—eliminating distinctions between “male” and “female” altogether.

Riki Wilchins, who has undergone “sex change” surgery and is a far-left social change activist, wrote in the gay publication The Advocate last week that social conservatives and many LGBT activists are missing the point when it comes to the transgender bathroom debate.

The title of Wilchins’ article makes the points succinctly: “We’ll Win the Bathroom Battle When the Binary Burns.”

People should be able to enter whatever bathroom “fits their identity,” Wilchins wrote, but the fact that we even have “male” and “female” bathrooms reflects something about society that needs to change.

There are many “genderqueer” or “non-binary” people, Wilchins wrote, pointing to a student who recently “came out” to President Obama as “non-binary” at a London townhall as a notable example.

“Non-binary” people don’t identify as male or female and they often want to be referred to as “they” or “hir” or “zer.”  So the fact that there are even intimate facilities that reflect the “binary” truth about gender should change, Wilchins wrote.

In the eyes of LGBT advocates, the notion of only two genders (which one can pick, of course) is antiquated.

But transgenderism inherently acknowledges and actually reinforces the binary nature of gender.

Transgenderism presumes that a man can be “trapped” inside a woman’s body and a woman can be “trapped” inside a man’s body.  It encourages men “becoming” women to embrace femininity and wear dresses and make-up.  Similarly, transgenderism encourages women “becoming” men to make themselves more masculine through hormones and by altering their appearances, reinforcing the notion that men look and act a certain way.

“The long-term goals of many LGBT activists are actually not just access to the restrooms of their preferred gender identity, but actually destroying the concept of gender or the separation of the genders altogether,” Peter Sprigg, Senior Fellow for Policy Studies at the Family Research Council, told LifeSiteNews.  Sprigg noted that when LGBT activists are appealing to a mainstream audience, they “are accepting or implicitly accepting the separation of male and female facilities” like bathrooms.  Continue reading


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39 Responses to Bathrooms are just the beginning: a scary look into the trans movement’s end goals

  1. Glenn E. Chatfield May 17, 2016 at 11:21 am #

    But they said they don’t have an agenda! But we know better, don’t we?

  2. Manny1962 May 17, 2016 at 11:42 am #

    What has befallen this world is utter madness, and I mean utter! The time is so ripe for judgement! Even the antichrist has been tied to this in one way or the other. It’s so anti-God it reeks of Satanism at its best. I keep warning everyone, get ready, we haven’t seen anything yet! Give it a couple of more years, we will not recognize the panorama of what this country was! Or to be more frank, the rest of the world!

  3. Manny1962 May 17, 2016 at 11:49 am #

    “Evil in the Last Days

    This know also, that in the last days perilous times shall come. For men shall be lovers of their own selves, covetous, boasters, proud, blasphemers, disobedient to parents, unthankful, unholy, without natural affection, trucebreakers, false accusers, incontinent, fierce, despisers of those that are good, Traitors heady, highminded, lovers of pleasures more than lovers of God; Having a form of godliness, but denying the power thereof: from such turn away. For of this sort are they which creep into houses, and lead captive silly women laden with sins, led away with divers lusts, Ever learning, and never able to come to the knowledge of the truth. Now as Jannes and Jambres withstood Moses, so do these also resist the truth: men of corrupt minds, reprobate concerning the faith. But they shall proceed no further: for their folly shall be manifest unto all men, as theirs also was.”

    2 Timothy 3

  4. Darrel May 17, 2016 at 2:56 pm #

    The gay juggernaut continues unabated due to the tepid, non-responsive responses from faux “Christians.” A great “to-do” was made two years ago by “Christian” owned Chick-Fil-A only to fall prey to the queer’s demands and now they are about as “gay-friendly” as all the other corporations in the USA (read the story from 4-7-2014 in USA Today). The current boycott of Target is a joke, no body cares except those that think it will “make a difference” while they dream on that Target will cave to their demands. Money is the bottom line in all of this and since there is NO CHRISTIAN VOICE in the pulpit or any where else in this land (with few exceptions) guess who has already won? Before you get mad at me, please tell us which (one) US corporation has not succumbed to the this ungodly juggernaut sweeping our land. I’ll make it easy for you, there are NONE. So don’t insult the Lord by playing the stupid hypocrite as you march against Target.

    Sixty years ago sodomites were arrested and jailed for the things that they did behind (hopefully) closed doors. Today, they are America’s heroes. What changed? “Christians” became silent. The Gospel was no longer proclaimed, but was replaced with “another gospel” that made man the captain of his own ship. God was, in the mind of many, booted off His throne. He was no longer Sovereign, He was rejected as Creator, it became not just acceptable, but in vogue to mock Him, even curse Him, and reject His demands for repentance. He was no longer God Almighty, but little more than a genie in a bottle to grant the demands of those that really, deep down hated Him.

    Do not bemoan the judgment of God Almighty on America and the rest of the world, but rejoice in it! He is and will continue to vindicate His name on all the ungodly. What’s more important to you His Name’s honor or your comfort? If His Name, His Word, His honor are not at the center of your heart, then what is?

    • nannette May 17, 2016 at 7:55 pm #

      Darrel, you might want to check this out:

      • nannette May 17, 2016 at 8:00 pm #

        In case you did not see it on the ‘Lead Like Jesus’ website. Board of Trustees, Dan Cathy (chic-a-fila). Founders Board: Rick Warren, Bill Hybels. Birds of a feather flock together.

        • Glenn E. Chatfield May 18, 2016 at 8:30 am #

          They are not “birds of a feather.” Cathy is not a teacher/pastor, so he cannot be a false teacher.

          The issue is a non-issue. The fact that CFA employs homosexuals has nothing to do with Christianity or Cathy’s faith. We employ sinners of every sort, don’t we? A restaurant has nothing to do with propagating the Faith. Which is why to attack CFA due to its owner’s beliefs is nothing more than hate-mongering and bigotry and grandstanding.

          • Darrel May 18, 2016 at 9:01 am #

            Oh, WOW, this matter is settled. Glenn E. Chatfield has spoken! Pay attention out there! “THE ISSUE IS A NON-ISSUE.” Thanks so much for clearing that up. Hypocrisy is acceptable to Glenn E. Chatfield. Who knew? Does that mean it’s ok to speak out of both sides of our mouth like you do, Glenn E. Chatfield? Are you calling evil good and good evil again, Glenn E. Chatfield? Why, yes, you are. And that is still one of the biggest “tells” of a false prophet, teacher, or “brother.”

  5. berlorac May 17, 2016 at 7:28 pm #

    Marsha, the original meaning of the Q is queer. It is the meaning used by the movement. Those not in the movement surmised that it must mean “questioning” and this stuck, so that most people think this is what it means. “Questioning” is quickly becoming the understood meaning and is even being used by some in the movement.

    There is a huge difference between queer and questioning. The more we say that the Q means questioning, the more we push even those who don’t want to be homosexual into the movement. When we attach questioning to the movement, we, in essence, are telling those who are confused that they really are part of the movement. This is tragic because it can push these people (often teens) into the movement and give them an identity with a powerful group. They are looking for a place to belong and by aligning them with the homosexual movement, you’re only compounding the problem.

  6. Glenn E. Chatfield May 18, 2016 at 1:13 pm #

    Prophet and God’s spokesman Darrel has made a declaration that can not be refuted.

    He doesn’t seem to understand that Cathy is not a teacher or pastor and if you disagree with him you are a minion of the devil

    Darrel proves again that he is just a troll

  7. Manny1962 May 18, 2016 at 3:59 pm #

    I’m a bit leery of David Fiorazo, over at SUFFT, his articles have a NAR flavor, now I’m not saying that he is or not, but I keep getting red flags. He does include politics in his articles and the “fault” of the church in letting culture decline is blended in many of his articles, which is not realistic since we would have to blame Paul and the apostles for the fall of Roman culture and Rome as a country, Rome was never brought down by an exterior force, but corruption both in government and the culture rotted it from the inside! Same as its happening in America and Europe.

    • Glenn E. Chatfield May 18, 2016 at 5:22 pm #

      I’ve only read Fiorazo’s political stuff, and he is dead-on with his commentaries.

      I read some of your comments over there and I think you’ve played a wee bit to literal with what he was saying “saving people.” I don’t think even intimates that we save people; the point is that we need to evangelize so that people will hear the gospel. Without hearing the Gospel, no one is saved.

      Since his commentary included ALL Americans, when he said and the complacency of we the people he was OBVIOUSLY talking about all Americans, since “we the people” has ALWAYS had that connotation.

      influence is everything” in the context of his commentary, “influence” comes in various forms, and it should be understood from the context that Christians influence the world with truth.

      He addresses a CURRENT situation with Pelosi and you chastise him for not bringing up Roe v. Wade, etc.

      Your comments continued to pick apart the whole commentary, totally misrepresenting what he was saying.

      I found nothing in his articles that hinted of NAR — I think there is a bias in your examination, which comes out in your misrepresenting his commentary.

  8. Manny1962 May 18, 2016 at 11:09 pm #

    Good evening Glenn, I don’t agree with your assessment, neither of a bias on my part or your analysis of my commentary, there are many others that feel the same way about Mr. Fiorazo and have pointed it out. Rightly so with Pelosi, as he only chastises the “left” while the “right” is just as culpable. The premise that conservativism equals Christianity or that somehow only a Christian can be a Republican is as absurd as believing the left/right paradigm still exists in politics, or that the Christian “message” will only succeed through the election of Conservatives. Under so called conservatives, just as much evil has been foisted on this nation as when liberals ruled. If anything, you can say I’m unbiased, as I see the two parties for what they are, corrupt. There’s an inherent danger when a person mixes Christianity and politics, the truth gets muddled fast.

    • Glenn E. Chatfield May 19, 2016 at 10:26 am #

      You may disagree with me, but I challenge anyone to read the article and your comments to see where the truth lies – you misrepresent what the article says very often.

      You are missing the point. I’ve never heard anyone say that “Conservatism equals Christianity,” rather it is a fact that Christians SHOULD BE conservative in their social and political ideologies, since that is the correct Christian worldview.

      When it comes to political parties, it isn’t that either one of the main parties is or represents Christianity, rather it is a matter of which party platform holds the better position in regards to what Christians can accept and support. Since the Demokrat platform promotes everything ungodly (abortion, sexual immorality, homosexual agenda, theft of personal property and money, etc), no Christian should ever vote for a member of the Demokrat party, rather they should always vote against them. Yes, both parties are corrupt, but we are left with the necessity of promoting the lesser of two evils because as Americans we are responsible for who is placed into office.

  9. Darrel May 19, 2016 at 8:49 am #

    Consider the “red flags” a blessing, with just a little digging the truth will expose the charlatans for what they are. Take a look at DF’s web site. It is filled with DF and nothing else. His preaches a social gospel 2.0 which is very much in line with NAR’s dominionism. Whether he is a ‘card carrying member’ of NAR is immaterial, he spouts the same nonsense. On his site you will find virtually nothing (I’d say nothing at all, but I’ve not it all, nor shall I) that extols the Lord Jesus. Christ is nothing more than a ‘talking point’ to him to hook the naive ‘Christian’ onto his band wagon and pilfer their money. His (non) testimony seems to be that he oozed his way into the Kingdom without repentance or faith (a fitting companion to Mike LeMay). Looking under the “quotes” tab at the top of his home page you will find a never ending parade of flaming heretics that DF has befriended. CS Lewis, Charles Finney, and others, with the living ecumenical heretics like John MacArthur, Chuck Swindoll, Billy Graham and son Franklin, RC Sproul and so many others. He champions these men as “go-to-guys” but in doing so exposes himself as completely inept at discernment and even more inept when it comes to the Character of God.

    • Glenn E. Chatfield May 19, 2016 at 10:31 am #


      From what I see, “DF” is a political and sociological commentator reaching out to the culture at large, rather than being a Christian teacher or pastor. When making political or sociological points, using quotes from people who are conservative in their worldview enhances their message in these topics. You can’t judge the man’s Christian beliefs based on his political and social commentaries meant for the population at large — from the articles I’ve read I see nothing where he is expounding on the Christian faith.

      Judging him as a false teacher when he isn’t expounding the Faith is wrong. But then, since you are a prophet of God, I guess we must bow to your assessments rather than use any logic or common sense.

      • Darrel May 19, 2016 at 10:49 am #

        Wow, Glenn, you can’t even read writing when it’s “writ”. Why are you so blind ? What is important to you that you must defend the indefensible? Do you wish the same courtesy? What else could it be?

        Don’t be rude, answer the questions.

  10. Manny1962 May 19, 2016 at 9:58 am #

    In my opinion, the subtlety in which politics has crawled under religion is just as insidious as kingdom now heretics slid under the radar way back, now many hide behind patriotism and flag waving as ruse to introduce more error into the church, or rather Churchianity! Rightly scripture says, God knows who are His. The confusion grows, and be warned question these folks and you get plastered with the words unpatriotic, lazy Christian, bible thumper and at worst a myriad of expletives, from “Christians” no less. There’s a blindness that has fallen over so many usually smart, decent and likable folks, that it’s hard to seperate Christianity from politics in many circles! I been wanting to leave SUFFT for a while now, ever since Amy left it started going south, but I guess I felt guilty not standing up for the truth (pun intended) when so much error abounds. But, I think I hit my stopping point now. It’s such a shame, so many pressured into thinking they’re responsible for the “downfall” of this culture, that somehow Christianity failed, I think we are all better served if we reclaim our congregations back, from which so much error has been spouting, then think about reaching the culture. How can the body be effective? Clean house! That’s right! When a new king was appointed in Israel, a king with a heart for God, the first order of the day was CLEAN HOUSE! They would repair the temple, bring out the holy book and make the people stand while it was read!

  11. Manny1962 May 19, 2016 at 10:15 am #

    Do the congregations have what it takes to clean house? Can you see a Rick Warren being ousted, or an Osteen? Probably not. And these are the hucksters that a secular society thinks is what Protestant Christians are, any wonder why the name of God has been trounced over? Just read aloud the roster of TBN, such a great condemnation! Today, most young people don’t know the difference between Romanism and Protestanism, they’re not interested, the wolves behind the pulpits saw to that! So I say again, how an the body be effective when the “teachers” are corrupt? Revelation says that at the time of the man of sin, religion and politics will mix into a cohesive, Antichristian demonic entity, I see the beginnings with Chrislam, Kingdom Now, ecumenism, and the “Christian”gay agenda. Why can’t anyone see this? If you look, you can see every religion dialogue get with each other, utter apostasy.

    “Let no man deceive you by any means: for that day shall not come, except there come a falling away first, and that man of sin be revealed, the son of perdition.”

    2 Thessalonians 2:3

    Notice it says “a falling away first”……….. Can anyone see “the falling away?” Those old enough, do you ever remember the disarray, the utter error and apostasy in such magnitude?! Those in pulpits of power today, were the fringe back then, now they’re more than mainstream!

  12. Manny1962 May 19, 2016 at 10:18 am #

    Please forgive my typos! I use an iPad that’s insane. So at times it auto corrects, incorrectly!

  13. Manny1962 May 19, 2016 at 10:34 am #

    Oh and by the way…… Christian influence doesn’t save people, which according to the great commission handed down by Jesus it says go and evangelize, not influence. Bringing the gospels to the lost. We are to be salt, we are to live Godly lives to shame the enemies of the cross, we are to priclaim salvation by and through Jesus Christ alone. I know many nice, decent folks, kind hearted, good parents, helpful and possessing worthy virtues of any Christian, yet they’re merrily on their way to hell, because they’re atheists. They know of God, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit……they don’t believe it, yet they’re nicer than many, many Christians I’ve met. Influence? I think not.

  14. Manny1962 May 19, 2016 at 10:55 am #

    “as Americans we are responsible for who is placed into office” if you believe this, you’re in for a very rude awakening.

    • Darrel May 19, 2016 at 3:25 pm #

      “…until you know that the Most High rules in the kingdom of men, and gives it to whomever He Chooses.”
      Dan. 4:17
      Dan. 4:25
      Dan. 4:32
      Dan. 5:21
      That includes ALL the past leaders, present leaders, and future leaders of any and all countries on this planet.


      It’s time for those who name His name to recognize and confess this fact.

      Keep on hammering, Manny, maybe some will wake up.

  15. Manny1962 May 19, 2016 at 11:11 am #

    Interesting article. Puts a perspective on US politics……..

    In my opinion, politics and Christianity don’t mix, you must not violate your conscience as a Christian. If you partake in voting, that’s fine do as you see fit, but if you don’t, there’s nothing wrong with that, and don’t let anyone tell you you’re lazy or you’re causing the downfall of this culture, that’s an utter lie. The culture is to blame for its demise, willing leaders and willing sheeple, they jettisoned God for a lie, they’re paying for it now. Reach people, evangelize people, bring them the wonderful good news of Jesus Christ, but please don’t think that voting for candidate X will do anything to curtail the rotting of the culture or to advance the Church of Jesus., the bride. We are to evangelize, not politicize.

  16. Manny1962 May 19, 2016 at 11:29 am #

    “we are left with the necessity of promoting the lesser of two evils ”

    Says who? What if I choose not to play their game? What if I choose to opt out? Does that make me responsible for the decay in the culture ? Why should I promote any evil? Did Paul? Did Jesus? Sounds like compromise to me. I was a card carrying Republican, a Reagan college kid, as anti communist as they came. I did tireless research, grew up, gained some wisdom and realized it’s a rigged game. Unfortunately, the church has left its first command, the great commission, and it’s following in the foot steps of the world. Following this logic, I would have to blame Paul and the apostles, they didn’t lift a finger to put Christian sympathizers in the Imperial Senate, nor went to visit Caesar with the gospels in hand to change his mind about letting Christians have favorable status with government. They chose the better, the commission handed down by Jesus Christ………..go into all the world and evangelize!

    • lyn May 19, 2016 at 12:50 pm #

      Amen Manny, well said brother.

  17. Manny1962 May 19, 2016 at 3:59 pm #

    Lyn and Darrel,

    Sometimes I feel run down, worn, the constant pleading with people to wake up, to see what is really happening in this country, but if just ONE person wakes up, sees the light, it’s been all worth it. What really makes my jaw drop is when I read research papers by scholars, researchers that are not Christian and they see the globalization taking place, they see a one world currency being pushed, they see the world becoming hostile and are seeing the police state forming both in America and in Europe. They see it from a secular point of view, they don’t understand the spiritual connotations, but they understand the mechanics of what is quickly happening! While those in the church are completely ignorant, yet they are pressured into believing if they don’t support party X or candidate Y they’re being un-Christian and letting the enemy win. Satan is unconquerable by man, the history of the world has been written for us, this is something kingdom now, Christian politicizers cannot accept, or their plan for ushering in the kingdom will fall apart. In my opinion, apart from the homosexual agenda, the kingdom now/dominionist agenda is as dangerous and insidious as any secular anti Christian movement. It’s subtle, wrapped in many forms of Americana.

    • Maggie May 19, 2016 at 8:14 pm #

      I always appreciate your comments, Manny. The evil is great, but God is sovereign!

    • lyn May 20, 2016 at 1:32 pm #


      The battle is intensifying isn’t it? I have to agree with you, the kingdom now/dominionist agenda is very dangerous, and very subtle. Playing on the emotions and using patriotism is also part of this agenda, as well as laying guilt trips on true Christians who’ve ‘done nothing’, therefore, we are to blame. This is a lie from hell. Christians are called to proclaim Christ crucified, dead and buried, being raised on the third day victorious over sin, death and hell. He is the only hope for this dying world, and He is coming again. This world is not going to ‘get better’, for evil men will wax worse and worse, and the increase in wickedness will cause the love of many to grow cold. Politics cannot ‘fix’ what is wrong with this world, only Christ and His gospel coupled with God’s grace can fix this sin decaying world.

      • Manny1962 May 22, 2016 at 9:40 am #

        Good morning Lyn!

        It’s so much worse than what people think! It’s intensifying on both sides of the fuse! The secular culture is pushing hedonism to the nth degree, outright rebellion against God, on the other side of the equally burning fuse, you have Churchianity in open rebellion against God pushing antichristian heresy to the forefront. Something will give, we know what’s going to happen! Revelation is very clear! Before the man of sin is exposed, the great falling away must happen………well can there be anymore falling away? I guess when the saturation on both sides hits peak, the antichrist will come into power, it’s my opinion that at that time there will have been a great economic melt down, people will rush to this man for answers, remember he’s energized by Satan himself, before being fully possessed.

        God bless you Lyn, I know you’re also tirelessly being a watchman for The Lord, warning, encouraging and admonishing.

    • Friend May 22, 2016 at 3:34 pm #

      Thank you Manny for your wisdom… stay strong! The Lord is sharpening His Sword and we still have ours to use to defend the Truth. I too am concerned about the direction of SUFTT

      • Manny1962 May 22, 2016 at 8:09 pm #

        Thank you Friend, as long as we are here, we all must contend for the truth, whether it’s contested by the secular or by Churchianity. God willing one day we will all rest!

  18. Manny1962 May 19, 2016 at 10:37 pm #

    Thank you Maggie!

  19. Elizabeth May 21, 2016 at 10:16 am #

    Injustice, genocide, torture, corruption, abuse of the defenseless – all are running rampant in our world, and you’re worried about who’s using what bathroom? The hatred, hypocrisy and sheer obliviousness to their absurdity of some supposed ‘Christians’ is mind-boggling. I don’t know if you’re knowingly promoting Satan’s agenda of strife and distraction, or if you’re just an ignorant dupe. I do doubt that most evangelical Christians would know Jesus if he came up and gave them a hug. They ignore Jesus’ wide, sweeping message of love and kindness in favor of focusing their time and energy on tiny, largely meaningless details – and we all know ‘who’ is in the details.

    Why do evangelical Christians try to make God as small and petty and limited as themselves? God made man in his image; it is the height of human hubris to insist that God be shoehorned to fit into our image instead.

    • Lyn May 21, 2016 at 8:39 pm #

      Actually, it’s not about who’s using what bathroom – it is an indication of the rotting culture around us and a nation that is ripe for judgment. The Gospel is not a message of wide, sweeping love. It is a command for wicked, vile sinners to repent, to forsake their sins and believe on the finished work of Christ for atonement for their sins.
      Most of what passes itself off as ‘Christian’ in this nation is anything but. The ‘jesus’ of most is all love, he is weak and must wait on the sinner to ‘accept’ him. The true Christ of the Bible is holy and just, and He is coming again to unleash horrifying judgment on this world, including apostate Christianity. He is sovereign, He saves sinners based on grace and not ‘free will’ ; when He comes the inhabitants of the earth will cry out for the rocks to fall and them, for who can withstand the wrath of the Lamb? God forbid we take one attribute of Him and neglect the rest.

      • Manny1962 May 22, 2016 at 9:48 am #

        Amen Lyn……….. People are looking for social justice, not holiness before the judge of the universe. People want God to be their genie, give them health and wealth, cure the evils of society, when the very evil is man himself. It is definitely not about bathrooms, it’s about perversion, it’s about insulting a Holy God, it’s about shamelessly saying His Holy Name is connection with heresy, lies, cavorting with the world. Yes, most want a Jesus who is a revolutionary, a social justice judge, a prosperity charm……….. But, no one wants the Jesus of the bible, He is as sublime as a Lamb, yet as fiery as utter judgement. Don’t tread on His Holy Name, you who don’t want Him! His word is a double edged sword. And rightly He is to be feared and revered, He is a Holy God.

      • Dawn Robertson May 25, 2016 at 1:11 pm #

        Well said Lyn, amen and amen!

  20. Manny1962 May 22, 2016 at 9:50 am #

    WIDE is the gate………..NARROW is the way…….and few find it. There’s no “wideness” only the fools follow after wide gate.

  21. Dawn Robertson May 25, 2016 at 1:08 pm #

    We are told the world will hate us. We are told we will suffer for Jesus. He told us that. We shouldn’t be surprised by what’s going on or insulted. We should be honored to suffer and be hated for Him, after all we share in His suffering. We cannot change the culture or society. We are HERE in this world to show others the light, tell them the truth of the gospel and show them who Christ is as His ambassadors. WE are the salt, the preservative, of the world. We need to remember our mission as Christians and stop fighting God’s “end time” plans for humanity. Proclaim the Gospel to all. Some will come to faith and others won’t. Convincing the world is not our mission, that is the Holy Spirit’s. OUR mission is to tell sinners of all kinds the truth of the gospel, in the love of Jesus. It’s up to Him to convict and lead them to repentance by grace, through faith in Jesus’ sacrifice and resurrection.