Congressman Rick Allen (GA) – R decided to go into enemy territory in Washington DC and he brought his Bible to condemn Barack Obama’s LGBT legislation.
Time after time we’ve seen Barack Obama steamroll his LGBT agenda. We’ve seen Obama’s tyrannical approach way too many times. Obama’s latest push was pushing Transgender bathroom policies by punishing public institutions and schools who did not bow to the Rainbow Jihad. Congressman Rick Allen, fresh off his latest primary victory from the 12th Congressional District in Georgia, was going to have no more of this. Enough was enough.
A House conservative went after dozens of fellow Republicans on Thursday with suggestions that they’d sinned for backing an anti-discrimination proposal against gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people.
Rep. Rick Allen, a Georgia freshman, launched the GOP’s regular policy meeting in the Capitol basement by reading a Bible passage condemning homosexuality and suggesting that supporters of the LGBT provision, which passed the House the night before, were defying Christian tenets, attendees said.
Several Republicans walked out of the room in disgust.
When you use the sword of the spirit you shine light on sin. You shine the light on how the LGBT legislation that is being proposed is a slap in the face to God and how God created man and woman in his own image.
The devil uses confusion. God gave us our gender for his glory. When we decide to choose our own gender we are telling God that his selection of our gender that he gave us before we were even born is wrong. A perfect God who created the universe knows us intrinsically and perfectly. He created us male and female to serve his purpose and knows the perfect plan for our lives. The Transgender LGBT movement seeks to undermine God’s purpose and to confuse family structures. A push for the transgender moves the culture further into the darkness and plunges America into the abyss.
When Rick Allen decided to bring the sword of the spirit to this LGBT hearing it shined the light of truth.
It’s interesting how many angry Republicans left the room furious that Congressman Rick Allen would incorporate scripture into the political process. When people are faced with the truth in God’s Word the unrepentant hardened heart does not want to hear it. It’s like garlic to Vampires. God’s word cuts bone and marrow. Congressman Rick Allen didn’t have to bring the Bible to this hearing. He could have easily decided to quietly vote no. All of his fellow Republicans would have easily understood his vote because of his conservative district. He chose to stand up for Jesus instead and curse the darkness.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR William Stauff
Will Stauff is a conservative commentator and radio personality from Southeast Georgia. He’s married with 2 children.