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Stand Firm For Truth No Matter What

I saw where Louis Giglio has now resigned after being asked by President Obama to pray at the inauguration.  The reason for his resignation was because homosexual groups and the Left were in a firestorm with Obama after someone pulled a sermon Giglio preached in which he called homosexuality a sin and that people in sin (all sins) needed to repent.  In his sermon, Giglio quotes from Scripture to back his points.  He is not merely giving his opinions but is stating what the Bible says.  This caused the uproar and so Giglio withdrew from the inauguration although I am sure the Obama administration politely asked him to not attend.

My advice to all true disciples of Jesus is to not back down from the truth.  Preach the Word (2 Timothy 4:2).  We will be attacked and put down (Matthew 5:10-12) but stand firm for the truth.  We will be viewed as bigots, as old-fashioned, as losing touch with reality, as not being with the times but preach the Word.  Stand firm upon our convictions from Scripture that all sin must be repented of as Giglio rightly said (Acts 17:30-31).  Truth matters.  Don’t compromise.  Don’t give into the spirit of this age for the sake of anything.  Not for the sake of money.  Not for the sake of fame.  Not for the sake of sin.  Stand firm for Jesus and His kingdom.  The Lord will vindicate us (Psalm 73).  Jesus will win this war.  We are promised this.

Persecution is coming friends.  Soon we disciples of Jesus will be hated and killed but the Lord will be glorified as we stand firm for the truth.  No matter what may happen, Jesus will win this war.  Jesus will be the King of kings and the Lord of lords (1 Timothy 6:15-16).  Our blood may be shed for the truth of Christ and His Word but stand firm.  God will reward the righteous.  He will judge the wicked (Revelation 20:11-15).  No immoral person will be in heaven (Revelation 21:7-8) and Jesus will be exalted among His saints.  Let us not give one inch to this world (James 4:4) but let us preach the truth to this world until they kill us.

 “I have said these things to you, that in me you may have peace. In the world you will have tribulation. But take heart; I have overcome the world.” – John 16:33

Written by The Seeking Disciple

01/10/2013 at 2:10 PM

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