When Wrong Is Called Right: Things Jesus Never Said or Did

~ When Wrong Is Called Right–What Would Jesus Do? ~

There is a way that appears to be right, but in the end it leads to death. 

Proverbs 14:12. NIV

Living in Clown World

We live in a Clown World— a world that has turned to chaos, a world where dark is called light and light is called dark, a world where sin is celebrated and righteousness is rebuked–a world predicted and revealed several places the Bible.

3 But mark this: There will be terrible times in the last days. People will be lovers of themselves, lovers of money, boastful, proud, abusive, disobedient to their parents, ungrateful, unholy, without love, unforgiving, slanderous, without self-control, brutal, not lovers of the good, treacherous, rash, conceited, lovers of pleasure rather than lovers of God— having a form of godliness but denying its power. Have nothing to do with such people.

They are the kind who worm their way into homes and gain control over gullible women, who are loaded down with sins and are swayed by all kinds of evil desires, always learning but never able to come to a knowledge of the truth. 

2 Timothy 3: 1-7

When Wrong Is Called Right

During the last World War, women began to assume a more masculine role. Much of it was necessity. The problem arose when the women wouldn’t relinquish the masculine role later. We began to see role reversals and the slow emasculation of Western men as feminism began to rear its ugly head.

Then prayer was removed from schools in 1962 because it “offended” some atheists. This led to the removal of a moral compass from the education system, and the enshrining of the word “offend.”

The word OFFENDED became a religion that would cause morals and traditional Western cultural norms to crumble. Now, according to that brilliant philosopher Kamala Harris, culture is how you feel and express yourself in the moment. Heaven forbid that culture include meaningful, long-term traditions and morals. That might OFFEND someone.

Next, also in the 1960s, we were told that sex outside of marriage was fine. “Free love” mixed with psychodelics did away with cultural norms and decent, respectable behavior. Those who pointed out the clear dangers to society from this new trend were ridiculed and called “square.”

For decades we have watched women legally kill their unborn babies, starting in the late 1960s and early 70s, and many stayed silent. Some Christians were actually swayed and came to believe that although God creates and knows each baby in the womb, somehow their little lives are of small or no value.

At about the same time, we were encouraged to stop pointing out the problems and sin involved in homosexuality. What people did in their own homes was their own business. Don’t ask; don’t tell.

It wasn’t long before RuPaul started grooming weak Americans–mostly women–to believe that cross dressing men dressed in provocative and/or flamboyant female costumes were acceptable. Many welcomed these caricatures of women into their homes on TV AND LET THEIR CHILDREN WATCH.

What did we think was going to happen?

11 Have nothing to do with the fruitless deeds of darkness, but rather expose them.

Ephesians 5:11. NIV.

Now we have a society that values looters above business owners, baby-killers above babies, women above men, “trans” women above real women, and basically, wrong above right. We have people intent on passing laws that will punish us for using the RIGHT pronouns for a person who wants to be something he is not and who wants to force the rest of us to accept his delusion. See What Is Gender?

And many Christians sign off on this! Others stay silent because they don’t want to offend anyone, or because it isn’t pleasant to talk about or get involved with.

The trend for at least 5 decades now has been to silence those who stand for morality and Biblical values, to deny the Bible says what it says, and to cherry pick the verses and theology we believe, or to simply discount the Bible altogether.

And we certainly don’t want to offend anyone! Offending someone has become one of the greatest sins of the modern world.

If you are one of those people blabbering about inclusivity or what a “big world” it is filled with “all kinds of people,” and you really mean we should accept the delusion that men can be women, and that women have a right to kill their babies, YOU are the problem. So are those of you who politely refrain from speaking out for fear of “offending” someone. Your silence and lack of a moral center offend ME.

24 Stop judging by mere appearances, but instead judge correctly.”

John 7:24. NIV.

When Wrong Is Called Right, Would Jesus Be Silent?

Here are some things Jesus NEVER did when confronted with sin. We all know He encouraged His people to be slow to judge and quick to forgive, but He also encouraged correct judgment and modeled it many times. Jesus did not tippy-toe around sin out of fear He would offend people.

Here are five things Jesus NEVER said or did when confronted with sin.

5 Things Jesus Never Said or Did When Confronted with Sin

  • And, lo. Jesus remained silent because He didn’t want to offend anyone.
  • And when He saw their wickedness, He walked away and did not speak so He would hurt no man’s feelings.
  • When Jesus saw the demons inside the man, He asked the man, “Art thou happy in your present state?” When the man said that yea, verily, he was happy, Jesus left.
  • When Jesus saw a world in sin, He said, “Behold! This is a big world, full of different kinds of people. Go and do what you will.”
  • When Jesus found people who believed in Him, He said, “Worry not about taking up a cross or following me. Just do that which makes you happy.”

20 Woe to those who call evil good and good evil,
who put darkness for light and light for darkness,
who put bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter.

Isaiah 5:20. NIV

Jesus was about Real Love—sacrificial love— not fluffy “feels good” love. Jesus taught that sin has consequences, that although sin can create a false sense of happiness, we must DENY OURSELVES and PICK UP OUR CROSS and FOLLOW HIM. Jesus wanted the burden of His separation from God taken away on the cross, but ultimately told God that God’s will was more important: “Not my will, but thine be done.” Are we not supposed to do the same?

Jesus did offensive things. He said offensive things. He called sin SIN. He was not afraid to offend people. Are you?

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