Thursday, July 17, 2008


In Brazil the House of Representatives has passed a bill that now awaits approval in the Senate. If the Senate approves it will become the law that to offend a homosexual could lead to five years in prison. Here are some quotes from the wires;

"If anyone prevents actions of "homosexual affection" in public or private locations open to the public, they could face up to five years in prison for doing so, the Association of the Defense of Life reports."
The bill also seeks to penalize private and public school administrators with up to three years in prison if they refuse to hire openly "gay" teachers. According to the CNA, the measure will force prison time for any "moral, ethical, philosophical or psychological expression that questions homosexual practices"

The ADL claims the bill could spell disaster for churches and teachers.

"[A] priest, a pastor, a teacher or even an average citizen who says in a sermon, a classroom or public conversation that homosexual acts are sinful, disordered or an illness could be denounced and detained," the association said."

It is getting closer and closer, as the wall of common sense and decency continues to crumble. This is exactly what is going to happen in our country before too long. All I can say is that the Lord must have a wonderful plan to bring revival to the prisons as this is where most of us will end up before this is all over!

blog you later,
pastor tom