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IN LGBT ON 22 May, 2016
We can never blame those people with chosen religions to speak and expose some opinions regarding current events, as this is fair enough to respect their freedom of speech. There were instances when these individuals attempted to associate tragedies, successes, exposés, and others into signs from their omnipotent and omnipresent deity. Completely enough, it's all about respect.
Just recently, an American Christian pastor breaks her silence, as she convinces the people around the world that current events are God's will--more like a serious threat for his sons end daughters, because it seems that 'his' scriptures were not followed diligently, and some other public servants, leaders and other prominent people in the world are continuing to push for worldly interests.
Specifically, this religious leader is buying the idea that 9/11 attack is directly linked to America's direction on giving rights and privileges to the LGBT sector, and as for her example, to the transgenders.
That is according to Anne Graham Lotz, the American pastor who said in an interview that it's time for the American people to repent for 'their sins,' and go back to God's direction.
North Carolina, for example, contains a 'gender rights movement' that is progressive about their cause. Apparently, the government has listened to them and give positive responses about it.
Recently, the country allowed states to lean on House bills and legislation that, according to the pastor, is blasphemous.
One of the specific laws Anne pointed out was the bill allowing multiple single-sex occupancies in institutions, hence tolerating transgenders to be comfortable with their bathroom usage.
Specifically, it is "An Act To Provide For Single-Sex Multiple Occupancy Bathroom and Changing Facilities in Schools and Public Agencies And To Create Statewide Consistency In Regulation of Employment and Public Accommodations". Legally speaking, It doesn't only wide the opportunities for the LGBT's, but it ensures that their rights are addressed. For the pastor, it's a silly idea.
Since backing away, she believed that it's when controversies and other national security threats have emerged. Now folks, look at that terrorist attack again.
Who knows? Maybe, going back to the arms of God will be the answer for these leaders to have the light on the tactics and strategies they're plotting against America.
Anne Graham Lotz is very certain about this claim.
May peace and serenity be with those sorrowful families and loved ones left by those who passed away.
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