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In today’s confines of ministry, a new venue defined as political correctness which is nothing more than an excuse for hypocritical behavior is now becoming the governing taboo regarding the truth of the word of God as many pulpits are fearful of any social rebuttal over anything that distinguishes good or evil, right or wrong. This kind of activity sets voids concerning the truth that’s essential to any growth of spiritual character and makes the gospel appear as if non-foundational to Christ suffering and resurrection. Anytime one sides literal aspects of truth no longer hidden but plainly seen in scripture they disdain everything God has said from the beginning making pulpits more fearful of a social outburst in the parking lot than fearing the God who created it all.
Whether we like it or not this social hypocrisy has laid a groundwork for such things as non-functional marriages and sexual disparity among believers. What used to be sound scriptural advice for marriages is now just a social comradery of its ok, do whatever is the acceptable trend. Giving Sunday morning doxology about marriage that contains a paramount usage of words carefully rendered to stay any feelings over homosexuality or gender neutrality is a fiction of the worst kind. And makes sexual behavior of many believers become as worldly as it can get, with sexual abuse, rape, and incest all issues within the churches of today.
When we view the history of those who lead much of the Church during the dark ages we see many of their sinful deeds appearing in the present order of this political prowess. As many papal indigents who served during the early and latter days of the Dark Ages in the Roman Catholic Church were viewed as a stepping point to much of the sexual promiscuity concerning today’s Bishops, and Cardinals. So if you’re thinking sexual ignorance is confined to outside the churches it’s a stupid idea as way too many mannerisms that appear within society are seen in today’s peer structured authority of leadership. 1 Peter 1:23 (NKJV) 23 having been born again, not of corruptible seed but incorruptible, through the word of God which lives and abides forever,
It’s not hard to figure out how so much of the world’s order of sex is present in the churches of today if you look for what is not a part of the ministry. Which are the Spirit and the word that brought a new birth to any who received the truth from the beginning? Today you can’t pander to worldly oriented souls preaching the truth about one man and one woman as a marriage structure acceptable to God. Heb 13:4 Marriage is honourable in all, and the bed undefiled: but whoremongers and adulterers God will judge. Because the trending social activists of the day have no acceptance for such a truthful statement and make it out to be seen as vitriol and/or religiously pious. And any minister who supports the truth will be subject to exile and ridicule by the social media-its who prevail solely by these activists mannerisms. Prov 18:22 (NKJV) He who finds a wife finds a good thing, And obtains favor from the LORD. If God declared that a man who has a wife has a good thing, and has favor with the Lord we must respect and honor who we are and consciously avoid any sexual dishonor regarding our spouses. But political correctness decrees an inclusive posture that must be presented and cannot exclude homosexual marriages or gender instability.
2 Cor 5:7 (AMP) For we walk by faith [we regulate our lives and conduct ourselves by our conviction or belief respecting man’s relationship to God and divine things, with trust and holy fervor; thus we walk] not by sight or appearance. While scripture is there for our direction of life and faith pulpits rendering more and more emotional-based text ride along with social platforms of anxiety and anxiousness in order to stimulate acceptance of God. This isn’t building a stable relationship with the Father and the Son, instead, it sets an emotional via kept alive by hermeneutics about life as one desires it to be, not as truth says it will be.
The hypocrisy of political correctness promoted in the churches has brought about sinful taboos like deeming if my sexual fantasy isn’t worse than someone else’s then I’m ok. It follows the same line of thought concerning political candidates who use it to fallow out the hearts of people seeding them to see the others as worse even though they’re clearly evil too. Gen 6:5-6 And God saw that the wickedness of man was great in the earth, and that every imagination and the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually. 6 And it repented the LORD that He had made man on the earth, and it grieved him at his heart. No doubt humanity has and can commit evil on this earth, but a person’s heart is subject to change if the truth is presented and they see value in it for life. God did not create us to be struggling through issues of life, Jesus came so we could have life abundantly both now and to come. Many of the taboos that continue to plague churches are today so engrained in their traditions and customs that removing them is only by a supernatural power or death of the proprietor. Along with spiritual exchange, there must be humility that emboldens the Spirit of God to impart foundational values of life and ministry that never change.
The taboo of politics promotes fear among the churches, making it a defining issue in a nation as the quality of life for all is either going to be periled or enjoyed depending on which party has the present rule. Since today’s societies are heavily divided along the right and left lines both outside and inside the Church a spiritual hatred and emotional distention prevails fueled by the efforts of media pundits. As human qualities are being stimulated by media supported activist groups who look to remove any and all Christian entitlements. Pulpits have surrendered to political darkness, surrogates of evil whether by ignorance or stupidity, causing voids in truth regarding Christ and His Church.
Scripture will always contrast with political correctness, but the later will be the deemed resource of exergies in many mainstream pulpits. And as this happens time and time again congregants become less and less faithful to any real truth lending to ignorance to accept ill-mannered homosexuality done among its leadership while agreeing abortion of unborn fetuses must remain warranted, a dark aged mannerism present in our day of exaltation by a Church that’s now 2000 years old in Christ. This political darkness has also deformed the fellowship of believers and it’s seen in the fact we denominational sects deep into judgment and condemnation of those who they deem are cause for an end time demise of the Church.
There are many in leadership within Baptist and other denominations who have stated in several written articles of late that the Evangelical sect of the Church is the ones responsible for single-handedly structuring its demise. This is based primarily on the fact the majority of Christians who voted in the past 2016 election were Evangelicals and that they are accepting and supportive of the President-elect. An issue that exists solely because certain individuals can’t help but see President Trump as a sinner, a person to be hated for past sins and an unacceptable choice for the office choosing to demean any Christians who support him. This reveals the spiritual activity of God on this earth is under political ridicule, by those seeing anyone, not in alignment with ethical standards they’ve set as worthy of it.
So even though the person God chose to be elected may be doing exactly what He endeavors to be done they can’t accept him for who he is or may have done in the past. This religious character trait is straight out of the dark ages where the papal power and its affiliates used their political authority to enforce similar acts of ridicule, judgment and condemnation on many erringly causing death and destruction among the people, all under a guise of the power of the Church. John 6:70 70 Jesus answered them, Have not I chosen you twelve, and one of you is a devil? Jesus chose twelve men who were sinners in His day and even had one of them who was influenced by the devil, but because His Father’s plans were already set in place requiring His fulfillment by faith, that didn’t matter. As the only thing that did was God’s word being fulfilled pertaining to the life, death, and resurrection of His Son Jesus Christ as it was written for salvation and the setting up of His Church.
We have account after account in the Old and New Testaments of those who were called or used by God to accomplish His political will on this earth and surprisingly none of them would be acceptable by standards these religiously deemed overseers believe they have authority over. Rom 13:1-2 (GW) 1 Every person should obey the government in power. No government would exist if it hadn’t been established by God. The governments which exist have been put in place by God. 2 Therefore, whoever resists the government opposes what God has established. Those who resist will bring punishment on themselves. God places leaders within certain governments and in worldly orders of power as He sees fit, not an overt order or oversight of any man. He alone is in control of all powers and authorities that prevail on earth making our part in this to be obedience by an exaltation of what He is doing through them and must occur even if the one chosen isn’t of a manner of character we see as worthy of such a position.
This exposition of a hypocritical judgment of others in Christ is typical among those who deem themselves worthy of such prowess brought on by a false sense of political or religious authority. However, any judgment of what goes on here is by an authority that only exists in the confines of a supernatural guise of the Spirit of God.