A good friend of mine, like so many of us across America, was heartbroken after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled same sex “marriage” to be legal throughout the nation. Just like that an oligarchy mandated wickedness and depravity. What can we do? How should we respond to the SCOTUS ruling? Of course we should all pray and seek God’s face and ask for revival and repentance. But beyond that? This Christian here in Oregon has a wonderful idea with the approach of Independence Day. Read on. TJ
By Concerned Christian in Oregon*
I’ve read the majority opinion and the minority dissents. ( I would encourage you to do the same).
But first, there is something that can be done to immediately express disapproval loud and clear and have a future impact.
I was extremely disappointed by the decision and like so many people believe that, as a nation, our religious freedoms are at risk, and will be diminished.
After letting that sink in I began to wonder how I could respond in a meaningful way anticipating the changes that are coming through lawsuits, court challenges, fines, etc. against our deeply held beliefs. Denying this, in my view, is not reality.
The question to me was how do we minimize the future activity against us, respectfully. How can we have a meaningful effect quickly?
So, in the middle of a restless last night the thought came; black ribbons hanging on the American flag, on as many as possible as soon as possible.