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Addressing What is now ‘Normal’

Sadly, the high court has basically spit in the face of God by redefining what marriage is…

Let me be clear, I have had friends in the past whom were homosexual, but by their choice (my heart breaks even as I type this) they cut off communication with me, not the other way around…

First and foremost, I am for the laws and governesses of God which last I checked was Love…

which is: long-suffering, kind, not full of envy, spite, malice, not seeking it’s own, rejoicing in the truth, standing for what is right, hating injustice and loving peace (also known in Hebrew as the absence of war) Hoping all things believing all things, not quitting when things become hard…loving others as I love myself, and loving God with all my heart soul mind and strength of my own choice…

This also goes to say that we all struggle with things, (myself included) I used to cut myself up and now through the help of my faith and my family (and a very long struggle for freedom from this issue) am now free from it and choose to stay that way…

We can choose to be defined by any issue we might struggle with or we can overcome it and step into freedom…

I have the scars to prove it, it’s worth fighting to become whole in any issue someone has…not all choose to become free from their issues…

I just highly do not approve of an issue being forced to be recognized as the norm when it’s not…

It’d be like saying, “oh lets cut our arms up it’s normal”, or “lets do drugs it’s normal” “watching porn is normal” (no, it’s not I used to struggle with that and am free of this as well)

Anything that is destructive isn’t normal

they are harmful and in the end hurt the person and those they love the most…right is wrong and wrong is right

No thank you…


2 thoughts on “Addressing What is now ‘Normal’

  1. Ahmed Jameel says:

    Thanks Hannah for passing by my blog.
    Arguing with those people (pro same-sex marriage) in light of religion is a deadend. The USA’s saying (in God we trust) is surrounded with a big question mark, because no one still knows what God they are talking about.

    If we look at the ancient civilizations, we will never see stupid thing like what we see today because they had philosophers who understood the value of the “family” as the building block of the society.

    The motive behind legalizing the same-sex marriage, from my point of view, is obvious; it is to distroy the family values, step by step, and to have stupid generations which can be easily controlled like sheep.

    I also have gay friends, they are lovely and nice people. I understand their sexual preferences and they understand my family values, so there are no issues. The question is again, what dose the government intend to do in the future, what is their plan for the society.

    • None Other Then Hannah says:

      Honestly, the government has no place in matters of the family and if you look at the fall of other civilizations in ancient and modern history the thing that caused them to fall was their falling away from core values, and now they are in museums to ‘study’ of, but I wonder how many people are making the connection with the society today?

      Nothing is new under the sun, nor is the rise and fall of governments…and last I checked in the declaration written to England back in 1776 (not that long ago considering how long some civilizations have been around) to quote:
      “That to secure these rights, (life liberty and the pursuit of happiness) Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed” meaning that men and women whom are equal by their Creator (God) created a government and the government gets its ‘just powers’ from the consent (the permission) of those that are under the government.

      Further quoted: “That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government” (So in this we abolish (get rid of) the government that becomes in essence dictatorship as is our right and duty. “Prudence, indeed, will dictate that Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes” (Meaning we don’t get rid of the abusive government for any reason we feel like. That it is something to be weighed and considered carefully)

      But: “But when a long train of abuses and usurpation, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.” There have long been a ‘train of abuses’ and as such according to the Declaration of Independence we must throw off a harassing, abusive and just plain idiotic government. Declaration of Independence

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