Geoffrey Grider #fundie #sexist #wingnut #transphobia nowtheendbegins.com

There is a reason why young and inexperienced women like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez are ruling over us from the halls of Congress. Tonight we will bring you the shocking biblical truth of what it looks like when God judges a nation, and gives it over to the sinful desires of their hearts.

Our apostle Paul in the book of Romans tells us plainly that everything that was written in the Old Testament was written so that we could learn from the things that took place, and that the spiritual principles we see there apply to every dispensation. Why? Because the nature and character of the LORD are eternal and unchanging. Isaiah shows us Israel in the time of Jacob’s trouble, laying out in graphic detail what it looked like when their nation fell. We would do well to heed that warning here nearly 3,000 years later in the end of the Church Age.

On this episode of Rightly Dividing, we are looking to see what happens when the people of a nation reject the rule of God over their lives, and what we find is startling indeed. The natural order of things is reversed, and everything gets flipped upside down while all the while people are hailing it as ‘progress’. Sound familiar? You bet it does, and tonight we will see just how America got to the place where arrogant children lecture us on climate change, and universities proudly instruct their students on things like the nascent 72 genders and abortion as health care. There is a reason why young and inexperienced women like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez are ruling over us from the halls of Congress. Tonight we will bring you the shocking biblical truth of what it looks like when God judges a nation, and gives it over to the sinful desires of their hearts.

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