Only Homophobes Will Make It To Heaven And All Non-Homophobes Will End Up In Hell

By Walid Shoebat (Shoebat Sunday Special)

So why are the Shoebats such homophobes? In 2 Peter 2 and 3 and in Luke 17, the Bible packs some serious warnings few today even consider the implications of.

These sections of scripture are regarding judgment day. In these verses where God is no ‘Mr. Nice Guy’ it spares only what the world today labels as ‘homophobes’ from judgement while God annihilates everyone else; not only the homosexuals will be annihilated, but this utter destruction includes everyone who is a homosexual sympathizer or is indifferent to the sins of our times.

Hard to believe?

If this is hard to believe, it is only because you might be a damned soul.

Trust the scriptures and repent.

In what used to be the most obvious way for one to self-examine their soul, and to know if one is damned or saved, that is, the reading of the Holy Scriptures, we find that in 2 Peter 2:7 it says “Lot, greatly distressed by the sensual conduct of the wicked” was the reason why God preserved and saved him.

Thats it.

But Lot in our modern times would be labeled as a “homophobe,” a sticky label most avoid today.

So today, to damn oneself, all one has to do is to announce ‘I do not care what homosexuals do in the privacy of their own bedrooms’.

I am disturbed at what goes on when it comes to perversity.

Therefore, it is not just the homosexual act itself that condemns ones soul, but the indifference to evil.

Also scripture adds regarding the damned: “especially those who indulge in the lust of defiling passion and despise authority” (2 Peter 8-10).

Yet today in churches they teach that such lust is no mortal sin, so long the act itself is not carried out. Today they call these “chaste homosexuals”.

This too is very disturbing.

Welcome to the Jerusalem of “Sodom and Egypt” where Christ’s Body is attacked by the fallen Church.

Today the fallen church is “Sodom and Egypt” and it is running rampant with deception and where so few will be saved from it.

Regarding the Second Coming of our Lord in glory and power, Jesus in three words reminds “Remember Lot’s wife” (Luke 17:32).

This was said by Christ in regards to the condition of this world. This rings true regarding the urgency to reject what you see happening from all sorts of immorality and sexual perversions just prior to His Second coming.

It will be a heedless world, rampant with homosexuality, and where authority (both church and government) is hated, where the bottomline will be whether you are for or against sodomy. Today you are either a homophobe or you approve of sodomy by simply saying that you do not care what people do in the privacy of their own bedroom.

And to know what the world would be like before Christ’s coming, Luke 17 packs some interesting observations. Christ was asked as to where will such events be carried out and Christ replies: “where there is a dead body, the vultures will gather” (Luke 17:37).

The wise see the multiple meanings in these short verses. “Remember Lot’s wife” is regarding the condition of the world being as it was in the times of Sodom and Gomorra. Scripture also describes our times as “in the Days of Noah” before the flood, but this time its judgment by fire.

So what was the condition in Noah’s and Lot’s days? Firstly and most importantly, the number of the saints decreased rapidly till there was almost none left. Many died out and decreased rapidly. Before Christ comes there will be much less Christians. These would either die out of old age or are annihilated by persecution. All of what you see today who speak of love and are indifferent to Sodomy are not Christians.

Secondly, in the ancient biblical stories, none were prepared except Noah, Lot and their families who remained pretty much secluded and lived indoors. To begin a life where one spends family time indoors must become a norm with Christians. Isaiah 26:20 warns:

“Come, My people, enter your chambers, And shut your doors behind you; Hide yourself, as it were, for a little moment, Until the indignation is past. “

This “Noah entering the Ark” and Lot “locking himself indoors” under the protection of angels gets us to ask: why did the angels have Lot remain indoors while the sodomites where orgying outside trying to force their way in?

This is not a peaceful movement and it will resort to any means of arm-twisting tactics to force Christians to comply even if it means banning them from using social media and in the end even killing them.

Therefore, as Christ prophesied, so few are prepared. Even the bulk majority of whom call themselves ‘Christian’ will not be ready and will end up in the wide gate part of the damned.

Why are they damned?

Today, like never before, instead of focusing on these verses, and how to prepare one’s own soul, or how to confront the coming evil, many would consider not even worry about what is unfolding. They make-believe that a secret and sudden “rapture” is coming ‘before’ all the chaos unfolds. So by this, they developed an escapist mentality. So instead of prepping to ensure a plentiful oil supply in their lamps, these are infected with this escapist view. They ignore that such view was never held by any of the church fathers. This mentality was formulated as late as John Nelson Darby (1800-1882) and later popularized by a drunkard named Cyrus Scofield, an American lawyer, who popularized the teaching among American Protestants.

John Darby

So they miss-read the scripture when it says:

“the dead in Christ will rise first. After that, we who are still alive and are left will be caught up together with them in the clouds to meet the Lord in the air. And so we will be with the Lord forever.” (1 Thessalonians 4:14-17).

Yet this is a clear reference to the resurrection of the dead plus the few ‘narrow gate’ rescued living saints. Jesus appears from heaven, bursting through the clouds with a shout of joy to rescue His living saints on judgment day. The lead angel in Christ’s victory procession shouts as well. Then there’s a mighty blast from God’s trumpet. Nothing secret about this at all: “He will send His angels with a great sound of a trumpet, and they will gather together His elect” (Matthew 24:30, 31).

This is no secret rapture. It is judgment time. It is the complete destruction and annihilation of the wicked:

“And as it was in the days of Noah, so it will be also in the days of the Son of Man: They ate, they drank, they married wives, they were given in marriage, until the day that Noah entered the ark, and the flood came and destroyed them all” (Luke 17:26, 27).

“It was the same in the days of Lot. People were eating and drinking, buying and selling, planting and building. But the day Lot left Sodom, fire and sulfur rained down from heaven and destroyed them all.” (Luke 17:28-29)

“They drank, they married wives”. So not all were homosexuals, yet they too were destroyed regardless that they believed that marriage is between a man and a woman. It was a society were many believed in marriage, as Lot’s daughters were betrothed to be wed. They loved marriage between a man and a woman, yet even these too were damned for scoffing at Lot’s concerns:

“So Lot went out, and spoke to his sons in law that were to have his daughters, and said: Arise: get you out of this place, because the Lord will destroy this city. And he seemed to them to speak as it were in jest.” (Genesis 19:14)

They mocked Lot as if his warning was a joke and they too perished. It was, as it will be, in the ends of days; a complete and total destruction of this earth and its inhabitants, just as it was in the days of Noah, Sodom and Gomorra.

While sin abounds, Christ sandwiches and adds this itty-bitty little verse in between “remember Lot’s wife”. It is one of the shortest verses in scripture that packs much meaning. First of all, the story of Lot and Noah reveals that the number of the saints will decrease tremendously since in Lot’s story God rescued only three individuals and in Noah’s story God rescued only seven.

“Remember Lot’s wife” is a phrase that hits multiple birds in one stone. In it, Christ gives the urgency, that when that sign of His coming is seen, that one must flee without looking back:

“On that day no one who is on the housetop, with possessions inside, should go down to get them. Likewise, no one in the field should go back for anything. Remember Lot’s wife!” (Luke 17:31-32)

In other words, do not be concerned with the luggage. Just get the hell out.

And then in verse 37 they asked Jesus “Where, Lord?” as to where all this will happen. Did Christ give a specific location? No. He replied, “Where there is a dead body, there the vultures will gather.”

“Remember Lot’s wife!” is simply sandwiched within these verses. And when they asked Him “where” as to where will this happen, Jesus did not say “in Egypt” or “in Rome,” He simply hinted on where you should focus on throughout the earth; where gatherings are, that multitudes gather for a reason, as if one sees vultures then there must be death and mayhem. It will be as if one sees smoke one must then realize there is a fire.

But this does not eliminate the example given about death, since prophecy is multi faceted. Vultures and corpses speak of death and mayhem just as Lot’s story is regarding homosexuality gone rampant, so that when you see homosexual gatherings expect to see Lot’s family about to be molested.

It will be this type of a world. It is the same for when scripture speak of Sodom and Egypt it signifies that homosexuality and neopaganism will plague all societies.

I was shocked when I attended funeral services in California last week to see several who considered themselves ‘Christian homosexuals’ while the priest rightfully addressed “you pagans, you need to repent and come to Christ” almost everyone I spoke with was sympathetic to homosexuality damning their own souls for the rights of men to sodomize other men.

On the streets I was shocked to see that almost half the people I saw at Save Mart while picking up some groceries in Manteca California or the airport at Sacramento so many people had tattoos covering their arms and their legs, all such expressions is their love for paganism. According to a Nielsen poll, one in five Americans has a tattoo, and nearly 90 percent of those who do never regret getting inked up.

Again, Luke 17:32 is a short verse “remember Lot’s wife” yet it packs much meaning. Lot’s wife as the family fled from Sodom and Gomorrah in Genesis 19 were warned not to look back to the city lest they “be consumed” (Gen. 19:17). So when Jesus says “remember Lot’s wife” it is as simple as not looking back in sympathy for Sodom or you are condemned as when Lot’s wife was damned becoming “a pillar of salt” (Gen. 19:26).

So how serious is such obedience to such instruction “remember Lot’s wife”?

And if one thinks this is a metaphor of something else, II Peter chapters 2 and 3 speaks of Lot’s wife, Sodom and Gomorra in a prophetic end times context. In 3 Peter 5-7 it reveals a world who will deny the flood and are evolutionists:

“For they deliberately overlook this fact, that the heavens existed long ago, and the earth was formed out of water and through water by the word of God, and that by means of these the world that then existed was deluged with water and perished. But by the same word the heavens and earth that now exist are stored up for fire, being kept until the day of judgment and destruction of the ungodly.”

The ends of days will be like Noah’s flood except that He uses fire and brimstone as in Sodom and Gomorrah: “if he did not spare the ancient world, but preserved Noah” and so just as the earth in the ancient days suffered “a flood upon the world of the ungodly” (v.5) then in the ends of days, it is just as in the days of Lot: “by turning the cities of Sodom and Gomorrah to ashes he condemned them to extinction“.

Extinction means extinction. God will show no mercy. In 2 Peter 2 God reveals that He will spare none, not only the homosexuals but including the sympathizers as well. Only the ones who the world calls “homophobes” will be spared. Again, remember that in verse 7, “Lot, greatly distressed by the sensual conduct of the wicked” is the main reason why he was preserved by God.

So, to damn oneself today, it is as simple is saying ‘I do not care what homosexuals do in the privacy of their own bedrooms’.

So serious is this that God stated:

“for as that righteous man lived among them day after day, he was tormenting his righteous soul over their lawless deeds that he saw and heard; then the Lord knows how to rescue the godly from trials, and to keep the unrighteous under punishment until the day of judgment, and especially those who indulge in the lust of defiling passion and despise authority” (2 Peter 8-10)

Several points should be considered from these few verses. Priests and pastors who state that it is no sin to have homosexual desires so long one does not carry out the act are actually damning themselves and their homosexual congregants. This is regardless of the claim that they are chaste homosexuals. Scripture uses the word “especially”: “especially those who indulge in the lust of defiling passion”.

Then also those who despise authority are also damned. The righteous are only the ones “tormenting his righteous soul over their lawless deeds that he saw and heard”.

Today this constitutes what the world calls ‘homophobes’.

The ‘saved’ must be extremely grieved about seeing the world plunge into homosexuality and sexual depravity. In fact, scriptures declare that keeping such depravity after the knowledge of Jesus Christ is in fact much worse than their previous condition:

“For if, after they have escaped the defilements of the world through the knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, they are again entangled in them and are overcome [by these sins], the last state has become worse for them than the first.” (2 Peter 2:20)

This “last state” of having knowledge of Jesus Christ by believing one is saved regardless to their lusts or effeminate behavior is now worse than the previous state as when one was unchristian.

This one verse alone debunks all the ‘once saved always saved’ arguments propagated by the ones who “hate authority”.

This is true no matter how much these try to twist what scriptures clearly says. These err by stating that scripture does not really mean what it plainly says (Also see Matt: 6:15, Matt: 19:21-35, Matt: 10:22-32, Luke 12:41-46, 1 Cor. 15:1-2, Colossians 1:22-23, Hebrews 3:6, 14, Rev. 2:10, 25-36, 3:1-5).

Even “do not err” is a commandment that one could break and damn their own soul. All the teachings that err will also cost eternal damnation. And what type of err are we speaking of? Here:

Do not err: Neither fornicators nor idolaters nor adulterers: Nor the effeminate nor liers with mankind nor thieves nor covetous nor drunkards nor railers nor extortioners shall possess the kingdom of God.” (1 Corinthians 6:9-10)

The effeminate are cross-dressers or homosexuals and the “railers” are those who always protest against authority are all damned to hell. Today you see a world filled with protests.

The list given in 1 Corinthians 6 are mortal sins in need of repentance. Yet I am always told to “hate the sin but love the sinner”. This is usually said to really mean “hate the sin and accept the sinner”.

Love is not acceptance but at times is repudiation. To “love the sinner” is to do as Jesus did and tell them to “sin no more”.

This is true love.

Do you think Christ is mocked believing that your sympathy towards Sodom is ‘love’? This is what Lot’s wife thought.

Indeed, the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah resembles today’s world. What Christ was saying is that many will destruct for disobeying God’s law by rejecting that Sodom is “worthy of death” (Romans 1:32).

And if you think that the homosexual agenda is not a major player in this Antichrist system, just ask yourself a very simple question: why does Apocalypse 11:8 mention “Sodom and Egypt” in end-times context?

The story of God’s people in Egypt (passover) and also another story in Sodom are both combined by John as “Sodom and Egypt” and both are persecuting two lamp stands, a remnant whom I believe extend from the Catholic and Orthodox observances, because only these two do not “despise authority”. Again, scripture condemns “especially those who indulge in the lust of defiling passion and despise authority” (2 Peter 8-10). This is no time to be haggling over sola-scriptura and instead obey the scriptures and the authority so long this authority does not demand you break any of God’s covenants. Remember, even Church authority will fall away (2 Thessalonians 2), yet all one has to do is to rewind the clock to see how the authority ruled on sin in the past.

Only two lamp stands will remain faithful. These partake in the proper way for the Eucharistic sacrament. Judges 7 reveals an end-times dilemma:

“Separate those who lap the water with their tongues as a dog laps from those who kneel down to drink.” Three hundred of them drank from cupped hands, lapping like dogs. All the rest got down on their knees to drink. The Lord said to Gideon, “With the three hundred men that lapped I will save you and give the Midianites into your hands.”

Gideon is symbolic of the warring Messiah. The water is symbolic of the water of life. Christ is the Water of Life. To lap this ‘water of life’ like dogs, pertains to gentiles (dogs) taking the water of life by the tongue. These will be chosen. Throughout Christian history, the Eucharist was consumed directly by the tongue where today’s slowly falling away church authority is doing away with this.

There will be only two lamp stands. Ancient Israel is represented by a single lamp stand (Exodus 25:31) and then the church had Seven Lamp stands, all initially in Asia Minor representing seven branches facing a threat from a seven headed beast (seven evil branches) of an Antichrist system called the “first beast (Rev 13:1). This was the Islamic threat; a consecutive seven caliphates that persecuted the church.

This has already come and gone (explained here) and will revive as the second beast (Rev 13:11) with two horns (two power pegs) we call Sodom and Egypt, Shiite and Sunni, Right and Left, Democrat and Republican, Homosexual and Neopagan, Alt-Right or Alt-Left, Conservative or Liberal Socialist … none of it will matter for all is corrupt. There will be no two systems that oppose each other with one being right and the other being wrong; everything will be upside down and nothing makes sense to the few true Christians who monitor this evil world.

This is why in Matthew 24:29 it says:  “Immediately after the distress of those days the sun will be darkened, and the moon will not give its light …” that both east and west where the sun rises and sets has been dimmed and corrupted. Today amongst so-called conservatives we find pagan symbols vastly spreading across Europe all the way into even Russia mixing paganism with Christianity which will take a month to read it all (Part 1Part 2Part 3Part 4Part 5, Part 6, Part 7)

And so if a lamp stand is a branch of the church with multitudes of people, who then are these two lamp stands that suffer in this wicked Jerusalem called by two titles: Sodom and Egypt? Is this “Sodom and Egypt” where “our Lord was crucified” strictly in Jerusalem Israel?

While Christ was indeed crucified in Jerusalem, should we forget the typology here for another crucifixion of His Church? His Body is also the Church (Christendom), which it too will also suffer becoming “Sodom and Egypt” where the two Lamp stands (remnants of Catholic and Orthodox) are also found dead filling the streets of major cities from Cairo Egypt to the heart of the West’s Christendom where you will see the vultures in the air expect to believe that bodies lay under.

“Sodom and Egypt” is symbolic for the persecutions of God’s people (Christ’s Body). It will be everywhere were Corpus Christi (Christ’s Corpse) is surrounded by vultures or that Christ’s Corpse (the Eucharist) is surrounded by only the saints hiding in the suburbs.

While Isaiah 19:2 speaks of a civil war in Egypt, there is also this sense of this ‘Egypt’ where persecution and civil unrest will abound: “I will set Egyptians against Egyptians; Everyone will fight against his brother, And everyone against his neighbor,
City against city, kingdom against kingdom.”

Egypt is but one kingdom, yet here it says “kingdom against kingdom”. This “Egypt” speaks of unrest in several kingdoms and is why Christ said to watch where the vultures are is where lays the carcass. This is worldwide.

But this unrest includes city versus city, neighborhood against neighborhood. Global civil unrest will abound.

In Isaiah 19:14 it states: “The Lord has mingled a perverse spirit in her midst;  And they have caused Egypt to err in all her work, As a drunken man staggers in his vomit.” The error will enter all the works whether conservative or liberal. This will be French Revolutions everywhere. This “Egypt” represents many kingdoms which Christ confirms will be “nation against nation”. Today’s homosexual agenda literally divides families as father against son and daughter against mother, exactly as Jesus prophesied.

While Isaiah 19 speaks of Egypt he hits two nails with one strike of his pen. This is global civil unrest, street wars in major cities, national wars … a world gone into complete chaos which is not restricted to one nation and is why when Christ was asked “where Lord?” He did not give a specific location but urged us to look at the signs.

From Egypt, Algeria to Northern Europe, divides are already expressed on the streets by sheer violence

So what must a Christian do? Christians who live in major cities should start preparing in the next few years to move out. It is best to stay away and move out of all major cities especially if it has a history of rioting and civil unrest. Selections should not be drawn based on right versus left divide, for it matters not. So right off the top, Christians should avoid and move out of Detroit Michigan, Miami Florida, Cleveland Ohio, Memphis Tennessee, New Orleans Louisiana, Buffalo New York, Milwaukee, Wisconsin,  St. Louis Missouri, Baltimore, Atlanta Georgia, Cincinnati Ohio. All major cities in Brazil, Venezuela, South Africa, Mexico, Jamaica, Guatemala, Paris, Copenhagen, Saint-Quentin-Fallavier in France, Brussels, all major cities in Germany should be avoided.

In Isaiah 19, scriptures mentions “idols” and people hiding in caves and even the Antichrist, Daniel says, he has “intelligence with them that forsake the holy covenant” and “many will turn away from the faith and will betray and hate each other” (Matthew 24:10) and with the “increase of wickedness, the love of most will grow cold” (v.12).

“The love of most will grow cold” means exactly what it says, that most who were loving will begin to wax cold. This is not some phenomenon where the millennial generation is born loveless, but that many who were loving will begin to turn sour.

Almost all whom I knew in the field from pastors, speakers to radio hosts and funders have expressed their hatred for us regarding our stand on homosexuality, yet here we are still standing without them since this Antichrist spirit “With flattery will corrupt those who have violated the covenant, but the people who know their God will firmly resist him.” (Daniel 11:32).

These are ‘Christians’ who sold out the farm.

And how is Jerusalem “Egypt” and how does Egypt in Isaiah constitute several kingdoms where “nation against nation”?

This is the fallen Christendom which God calls “spiritual Egypt” and it is filled with idols:

“And the spirit of Egypt shall fail in the midst thereof; and I will destroy the counsel thereof: and they shall seek to the idols, and to the charmers, and to them that have familiar spirits, and to the wizards.” (Isaiah 19:3)

Its the Golden Calf story all over again. The Israel of God sold out the farm.

There is literal Egypt (with its Islam) and then there is this spiritual Egypt. Scriptures confirm, it is “spiritually called Sodom and Egypt” (Revelation 11:8).

And with Wisdom chapter 2 we find the prophecy of the Crucifixion, of not just the Son of God, but nearly all the sons of God. And this liquidation is done through eugenics and is why we find God’s people are decreased to so few just as it was in the story of Lot and Noah.

Today, eugenics is camped in your conservative movement setting you up for your Final Solution while you ignorantly and to your own damnation support it all.

Today we find so many of these so-called conservatives who are not; they say that they are for marriage between man and woman yet they are not, they say they are anti-abortion yet as soon as someone says to punish abortion, they are the first to object; they say they are anti-homosexuality yet they are not, because they believe in the freedom of sodomy so long its ‘private’. Today you will find double-mindedness everywhere. God plainly states: “I hate double-minded people” (Psalms 119:113).

There are certain people God hates. Period.

When it comes to the Church’s Tribulation, most only examine the Apocalypse. They ignore other hints that are the least examined prophecies in scripture. Yet it is these hints that truly pin-point the source of this horrifying tale about the ends of days.

These persecutions by the way are not carried out exclusively by pagans or Muslims, but by elements within Christendom from those filled with an anti-Christ spirit who forsook the holy-covenant. How else can you interpret Daniel 11’s Antichrist “having intelligence with them that forsake the holy covenant“?  

These are Christians who are callous about the true covenant and sacraments. Christ said to focus on Daniel where Antichrist stops the Communion which is only done by the Two Lamp stands. These are the Orthodox and the Catholics, the most hated two branches of Christianity by the world.

Only these two see Communion as a “Grain Offering,” while all others have already abandoned the sacrament of the eucharistic sacrifice. Today much of the right is already preaching genetic superiority saying:

“let our strength be our norm of righteousness; for weakness proves itself useless.” (Wisdom 2:11)

And today we read such headlines as euthanasia. Today we see S.B. 494 passed the Oregon Senate by four votes on June 8, 2017 which is a bill to remove existing safeguards that protect conscious patients’ access to ordinary food and water even after they have lost the ability to make decisions about their care. Did God not warn of this enemy who says:

Let us oppress the poor just man, and not spare the widow, nor honour the ancient grey hairs of the aged. But let our strength be the law of justice: for that which is feeble, is found to be nothing worth. Let us therefore lie in wait for the just, because he is not for our turn [he is passé], and he is contrary to our doings, and upbraideth us with transgressions of the law, and divulgeth against us the sins of our way of life. He boasteth that he hath the knowledge of God, and calleth himself the son of God. He is become a censurer of our thoughts. He is grievous unto us, even to behold: for his life is not like other men’s, and his ways are very different. (Wisdom 2:11-15)

This describes exactly the condition of today’s world. How many from those who abandoned the covenant and who reject church “authority” have bibles stripped out from the wisdom of Wisdom chapter 2?

Wisdom 2 reveals a language we already hear from even right-wingers promoting eugenists: “for which is feeble [weak], is found to be nothing worth” “not spare the widow, nor honour the ancient grey hairs of the aged”.

Today, this eugenics epidemic is not just some liberal agenda, it is also promoted by major conservative movements. What you see being passed as laws daily is the prelude to Wisdom 2, the persecutor of the Christian by the eugenist, quotes the Christian as saying that “he [the Christian] charges us with violations of our training” and “transgressions of the law,” so that what the eugenist teaches goes contrary to their vocation as scientists and moralists.

Today ‘science’ is working vigorously not to advance life but to “change set laws” (Daniel 7:25) where drugs are to be made legal and where eugenics becomes ‘science’ and is etched into law.

But who else takes the lead combating this besides remnants from the Catholic and Orthodox (the two lamp stands) who insist that scientists must adhere to science rather than fiction? The eugenists are advancing pseudoscientific claims as ‘scientific’. Only these two lamp stands are the main “obstacle in their way”.

Wisdom 2 packs some amazing predictions never carefully examined by scholars before. We expounded on Wisdom 2. “We came into being by chance” defines atheistic and theistic evolutionists, not creationist Pharisees during Jesus’ First Coming.

The eugenist excuses for his genocidal belief has always been this idea that we should select ‘strength over weakness’ and the text in Wisdom 2 explicitly states it:

But let our strength be our norm of righteousness; for weakness proves itself useless.”

To this evil world it will be ‘survival of the fittest’. Christ and His seed today are viewed by this world as follows:

“to us he [Christ as well as the Christian] is the censure of our thoughts; merely to see him is a hardship for us, Because his life is not like that of others, and different are his ways. He judges us debased; he holds aloof from our paths as from things impure. He calls blest the destiny of the righteous and boasts that God is his Father.”

“Our paths from things impure” makes a clear case is regarding immorality gone rampant. Therefore, it will be the ones they call ‘homophobes’ who they seek to kill. Indeed, we are getting so close to where “this generation will certainly not pass away until all these things have happened” (Matthew 24:34). So get ready.


  • First, thank you for the Sunday Special, it was greatly missed.

    Second, thank, thank, and thank you for exposing the fallacy of the pre-trib rapture theology, even St. Irenaeus refuted the escapist mentality: “And for this cause tribulation is necessary for those who are saved, that having been after a manner broken up, and rendered fine, and sprinkled over by the patience of the Word of God, and set on fire [for purification], they may be fitted for the royal banquet,” (Chapter XXVIII, 4, Against Heresies: Book V).

    Third, I agree with you, those who support sodomy and try to distract the commentator, as I have experienced last week, by trying to exclusively focus on Islam, are damning themselves.

    Fourth, that passage from Peters is of great comfort to me. I was talking with my wife the other night and I told her that I still regret many of my sins I have committed, even though I have confessed those, and that passage tells me that it is better to beat yourself up than to gloss over it.

    Fifth, I greatly grieve for the leadership of the Vatican, and by extension the Church of England, for allowing sodomites to partake of the Eucharist at the expense of orthodoxy while many who are being denied the Sacrament because of divorce/remarriage issue. I can think of nothing more evil than for bishops to offer personal opinion, that somehow become binding, that sodomites are allowed to partake in the Eucharist but repentant divorce/remarried persons are denied the Sacrament and mourning that loss.

    Sixth, one thing I love about the Anglican Catholic parish I have been attending, I have the option of receiving the Bread in my hand and wait until the priest-in-charge take it back, dip it in the chalice to intermingle it with Wine, and place them on my tongue to be consumed. I hope that is ok in accord to Judges 7.

    Seventh, the Church is about to be winnowed and purified, and as a dear friend of mine said, it is possible that 1/3 would be saved while the rest are damned for eternity.

    • Grandmere

      My practice is to receive on the tongue. One priest is so moved that he always touches the side of my face after giving me the host. He is very old and I think it takes him back to the old days. He’s been retired for many years but still assists at the Cathedral.

      • I should ask the priest-in-charge if he is amendable to placing the host on the tongue.

        • Darren Neufeldt

          I received the Eucharist on the tongue today for the first time and it was a moving experience. I was extremely nervous as most take it by the hand but I remembered that the Priest said we can do either/or in RCIA, and my sponsor only receives it on the tongue. This in conjunction with what Walid said about it made me realize that there is just no other way to receive it.

          • Awesome!

          • Kamau41

            Absolutely wonderful indeed!!

          • Glad to see you finally receive the Bread of Life Darren. Especially in the only proper way. Christus Vincit.

          • DeusLoVult

            Only proper way, sir? Well then, I reckon I need to try it. Could you direct me to the article you wrote concerning this?

        • Grandmere

          Our instructions for receiving in the hand is to place the hands in the sign of a cross. We never took down the rails. The custom is to receive on one’s knees.

          • We receive the Sacrament on our knees as well, at the rails.

        • Darren Neufeldt

          Wonderful update Trevor

      • Kamau41
        • Grandmere

          We have kept the communion rails. When we were building the Cathedral we didn’t have a rail yet. It took a while. We had to stand to receive. To many that would not be a big deal. For us, it was a very sad and humbling time of trial. How we rejoiced when the rail and kneeler was installed.

          • Darren Neufeldt

            Unfortunately we stand, however kneeling would be awesome and I have thought to myself what would they do if I knelt when receiving communion? Sadly I don’t think I would try it as getting down on bent knees is sometimes difficult and would hold up the already long lines.

          • Grandmere

            First – I said my prayer for you today. Second – If you can’t get back up, best to stand. Our tradition is you either kneel or stand in the presence of the King of the Universe. I had a fall last week and injured my left knee. Painful but thank God not major. But I could not genuflect or kneel. He sees our heart and knows our every need. The bottom line – it is our stubborn heart that must kneel before his awesome majesty.

          • Very true! God knows the intent of our hearts as we receive the grace of the Sacrament.

          • As Grandmere has said, I have seen a couple of ladies in our tiny parish stand as they receive the communion at the rail.

      • Grandmere

        Fr. Paul is in his eighties and is a former Benedictine monk. Very old school and oh, so precious to me. Love them and tell them so, while you still can. They are too good for this world.

        • That’s the same name as my priest! He was a former police officer forced to retire on disability. He said he used to be the first guy to breach when he was on the SWAT. His life story is awesome.

    • Vinny Zee

      My friend, just remember, if even the smallest crumb remains in your hand, that smallest crumb contains the entire body and blood of Christ, not just a crumb of it. This is the reason you will see the priest entirely washing and drinking the last remaining vestiges of the chalice so as to be sure none of the precious sacrament remains. So if even a crumb remains, and this falls to the ground and is trampled, etc, then remember even this smallest crumb contains the full sacrament. If I attend the Western Rite, I only attend the Latin Mass where they only serve communion on the tongue at the communion rail. In the Eastern Rite, it is administered by the priest with a spoon. If for any reason I have to attend the Novus Ordo, I only receive on the tongue. It is profound you are aware and have this concern. Blessings be upon you.

      • The Lord be with you.

      • Kamau41

        Well said brother, Vinny. So true.

    • Higlac

      If one-third of all of humanity alive nowadays will be saved, that would be WONDERFUL!!! Alas, I here remember St. Augustine of Hippo and others speculating that the ration of damned to saved would be more like 1,000 : 1.

      Ah, the HORROR of seeing what this world is coming to – and accelerating at an ever-quicker pace towards ultimate destruction…

      • The 1/3 comment was not about humanity, it was about those inside the Church.

        • Grandmere

          I agree. That gate is so narrow. We all tremble to approach it..

          • Amen.

            How timely was the Sunday Special and this morning’s reading from the OCA?


            Notice what St. Paul said of whom we should not associate with? It’s not those outside but inside the Church not obeying God.


          • ace

            …and, this morning at Mass we had Mt 10:34-11:1.

          • This is God’s providence. How else can we explain all of this?

        • Higlac

          And which Church do you mean? The Roman-Catholic? The Eastern-Orthodox? Or one of the Conservative-Protestants? [Most certainly the Marxified “liberals” are out in all events!!!]

          Or will it suffice that one’s part of the larger “mystical” Christian-conservative fellowship that recognises old-style liturgy in the Catholic and Orthodox traditions, welcomes those who likewise believe therein and believes in the seven sacraments?

          After all, I’m quite far away from any church who I could truly trust…

          • Grandmere

            Dearest Higs, ( you know who I call you offline), I keep saying there will be a nuclear fusion of the Church. Some say I am a heretic because I am not Roman. Some say “well, maybe we will Chrismate you in the Eastern Church under certain circumstances”. You may be “far away” from a church you could trust, but you are very near and dear to the author and finisher of the faith. I await the incoming artillery. I want to be standing next to you in line. A trembling soul whose fate hangs on God’s grace and Christ’s passion.

          • I usually make it general statement about the Church because ultimately, it is God who is the final Judge.

      • PaulF

        Revelation 7:9-17 is the only clear indication I can find in Scripture about the number of the saved. It will be ‘a huge number that no man could count.’
        The number of angels in Revelation 5:11 is counted, ten thousand times ten thousand, or 100 million. The number of angels in Rev 9:16 is twice that number. But the number of saved humans is a number ‘that no man could count.’

    • Nice to get back and read your comments Trevor. Battle Speed.

      • Aye, aye, master chief!

  • Vinny Zee

    First, one can begin to see the problem with Amoris Laetitia, because if communion can be allowed for the divorced and remarried, who else will it be allowed for? Second, if the divorce (outside the prescribed bounds) is not a sin prohibiting the blessed sacrament, who can we expect an understanding of what is “mortal sin?” Outside the Catholic Church, such words as “mortal sin” do not exist. It is to the point, some evangelicals just claim the “blood of Jesus” to the point you don’t even need to confess sin any longer. If one does not need to confess sin any longer, how can one even recognize what is sin, let alone mortal sin? Thankfully, he has given to us the ministry of reconciliation. If only those locked up in sin, and those that approve, can realize this blessed ministry, turn and repent. Paul warned that it was not only those who sin that are damned but those who approve of it. What a sobering warning.

    I thought tonight, “what is the chance the Sunday Special arrives on Saturday this week?” Great timing I guess.

  • Paul Doyle

    Glad you exposed JN Darby for what he did.
    Proverbs 17:15 “He who justifies the wicked, and he that condemns the just, even they both are an abomination to the Lord.” Those who justify the homos are just as much an abomination as the homos themselves.
    Homosexuality is so evil and vile. As they say, what’s the difference between a homosexual and a pedophile? … Just a matter of time.

  • Paul Doyle

    My rebuking homosexuals and supporters of them a few months ago.

    • Enjoyed watching your street preaching and your guitar Paul. Now we know your zeal.

      • Paul Doyle

        All glory to God. I enjoy the wisdom you and your son share at this exquisite falafel stand :), and the unapologetic stand against unrighteousness. God bless you all.

  • Darren Neufeldt

    Glad to see you back Walid, hopefully all is well. This piece will definitely be a divisive piece amongst the comments. Going to have to grab some popcorn.

    • Brenda

      Salsa with corn and beans and tortilla chips is what I’m having, Gotta switch things up sometimes. 🙂

    • Thank you brother Darren. Glad to see all of you again. Sure miss it.

    • Darren Neufeldt

      Maybe too early, but I’m disappointed as it would seem that the haters are late, or maybe they’re too miffed to comment.

  • Mart1963

    All men sin, except Jesus who died on the cross for our sins. Those the revel in their sin will follow Lucifer into Hell, filled with like creatures full of hate, whether human, demon or fallen angels. Hell is the opposite of Heaven, there is no mercy, there is no love, there is no beauty, there is no rules and there is no God there.

    Hold onto Jesus, recognize your owns sins and be as sinless as possible and Jesus will bring you the rest of the way home. If you have reached perfection and think you are no longer sinning then you are deluded, blinded to your own sin and on your way to Hell.

  • Kamau41

    “Therefore, it is not just the homosexual act itself that condemns ones soul, but the indifference to evil.” Absolutely!! Welcome back brother, Walid. This is truly a triple blockbusting Sunday Special that the wise must absolutely take heed to without question. As Pope Felix III also once said, which applies to us more than ever today; “Not to oppose error, is to approve it, and not to defend truth is to suppress it, and indeed to neglect to confound evil men, when we can do it, is no less a sin than to encourage them.” As we see the days are getting much shorter, more than ever we need to daily examine ourselves to be sure our lamps are filled with oil.

    • Its good to be back 41. Glad to be back in the Ark. Now we can all go back to rowing. Battle Speed.

      • Kamau41

        Yes indeed!! Battle speed all the way home.

  • KD

    Ephesians 4:14-15

  • Shane Bass

    You didn’t put Houston as a city in there but I’m assuming you sure meant that one too, this is not a sarcastic statement either, it really should’ve been asked in the form of a question. So I should get out correct? Again, please answer when you get a chance Brother Walid because I pay attention very carefully and dilligently to everyone at this website. Let me know sir, and God Bless.

    • Grandmere

      Get out.

    • Give yourself 5-10 years to prepare. Then get out. Save, be FRUGAL. Very Frugal.

      • Shane Bass

        Thank you sir

      • Grandmere

        Any large city will become a death trap. People don’t realize that sewage will back up, rendering their home uninhabitable. It could take days to hike out of a large city amidst a horde of unimaginable violence. Health rule #1. Have a home on a private septic system.

  • Shane Bass

    I have also begun going to an FSSP church as I am tired of the blatant disrespect of placing the tabernacle to the side and all the parishes looking like a Baptist Mega church. The FSSP I attend in Houston makes my soul burn with happiness that I am celebrating mass the way saints 1500 years before me did. No guitars, Gregorian Chants all communion given by the priest at the rail on the tongue. It excites my very soul to be able to partake in this. I’m not trying to go after others either who go to novus ordo I’m just saying I am very fortunate to be living right by one without even knowing it. It just makes me think it was meant to be.

  • DeusLoVult

    Very good, sir. I have family whose views on f*gas I should very much like to see changed. It saddens me to see them deceived.

    One point of contention I have….tattoos. While I believe one should take utmost care to ensure a tattoo is not blasphemous, I do not believe there exists any proscription against them. Perhaps, you could elaborate.

    • Brenda

      Many are in the same boat with the family, we were told it was going to be that way to help prepare us, That’s all we can do is try, ideologies can’t be forced.

      • They can take your life Brenda. But they can never take your soul. It belongs to God.

        • concerned american

          This reminds me of a WWII soldier who survived the Bataan death march only to later be blind folded and bent over a Japanese wielding a sword to decapitate him.

          The soldier told him he can kill his body but not his soul. He told the Japanese that his soul is going to lodge in his body and haunt him the rest of his life. It so scared the Japanese man that he spared his life.

      • DeusLoVult

        I know…they have to open their hearts to the Truth. It’s not something we can do for them.

    • Kamau41

      It seems that so many are doing tattoos to follow the ways of the culture. Some of the tattoos that I see people wearing these days(i.e. at the gym) has neo-n*zi and pagan symbols. It’s beyond evil/creepy.

      Here is another article, recently written by Jesse Romero, about tattoos and body piercings.

    • Me and you both. Most of whom I spoke with on my trip were indifferent. It hit my wife like a brick. She will never be the same. Its a shocker to see how much the world changed since last we left the ark. Back to the ark we remain. Battle Speed.

      • Doc

        I wonder how long it will be before the land begins to vomit out its people? Are the violent weather systems hitting the US a coincidence? How long before the California earthquakes start, and Mt St Helens explodes again, and the Yellowstone caldera annihilate half the country?

      • Brenda

        Walid I have been obsessed with building something small to travel away in, Most my day yesterday was spend in study of materials and techniques, I understand how it feels to be doing something that makes no logical sense, this house is paid for it could be mine one-day – But I want no part of it, Think it would be too much work 1’st off, And I feel an urge to have more than one place to go – just in case of something.

        • Grandmere

          Brenda, a trailer (caravan) or motor home can become a death trap. Try to find a small piece of land off (way off) of a lightly traveled road. If you decide to put a mobile house there, make sure you put in a septic system for waste and have a source of fresh water within walking distance. You will need to put in a lot of time studying the “old ways”. If you have space where you are, start a garden and learn how to store food and purify water. Like you, my house is paid for but I can’t assume it can’t be taken away in a situation where the courthouse is shut down and martial law is in effect. Do your best and place everything else in God’s hand. I will add you to my prayer list.

          • Brenda

            Thank you, Yes the plan is to have something to travel in and then an off the grid cabin, I wouldn’t want to move anything huge those tiny homes on wheels and RV are cute or look to have more of what you’d want but I love homemade things most and I think it would be more realistic to have an off the grid cabin and something small enough for a car or suv to pull – I’m not paying for no big truck, You may as well just buy a new house them.

          • Brenda

            Square foot gardening and vertical gardening might be a good idea for a small piece of land I have a few eBooks on that but should get a solid book, tons of other books I’ll need to give to good will or something, This guy has a lot of cabins ect I have most of his plans.

            Then I do have some pricey tiny house plans but think they’d be better on land or just for the space saving ideas.

            This is coming soon & I got the more detailed book, but now I kind of have a blend of a few others I have seen in my head – But this is good for “weight” reasons if you don’t want to pay for motels on a longer trip and is already solid plans.

            Then I have a book with similar to those but the solid roofed kind, either way lots of good ideas come from each one.

            My son is getting the age if he helps me with some first small projects – maybe he will enjoy it and have a new great skill, That is what I am hoping for.

    • ace

      Tattoos are not explicitly forbidden, but they are not recommended and should be discouraged. Our bodies are temples of the Holy Spirit (1 Cor 6:19), the marks we receive in the sacraments are indelible but very real marks, and when St. Paul said he bears in his flesh the marks of Jesus (Gal 6:17), we as Catholics assume, possibly the stigmata, as other saints have been marked. Since our bodies are not our own, what right do we have to mark them? In the OT, Moses told the Israelites not to cut their flesh (a pagan practice) and the only cutting was the cutting of circumcision signifying the covenant. 1 Peter 3:21 tells us that it is Baptism which now saves; in other words, our Baptism is the mark or cutting our hearts in covenant with God and it is God who marks us, not we who mark ourselves. We also sign ourselves with the sign of the cross (see the Tau in Ez 9:4 where those who sigh and moan over abominations are saved from extermination). The sign of the cross is opposed to the sign of the Antichrist. Let me give you another metaphor or question: Is it OK to practice Yoga if you only do it as a stretching exercise and even meditate on the mysteries of the Holy Rosary while doing it? All things are lawful, but not everything edifies, is beneficial, or builds others up (1 Cor 10:23). Even tattoos of religious images, like Our Lady of Guadalupe, have been used as gang identification. Why mix the holy with the profane? Do you want to see someone’s religious tattoo when they go swimming? What if the religious tattoo were to be disfigured by an injury or accident? A link for further reflection:

      • DeusLoVult

        It’s really a matter of personal opinion, then. I liked your article. It provides a different view. Christians should consider both sides when considering a tattoo. It’s not a decision to take lightly.

        • I have entertained the idea of having tattoo myself. Ultimately, I decided against it for one reason, I don’t want to end up 90 years old and moan to myself, “Why did I have this done?”

          • Brenda

            We never see people going through life unhappy becasue they decided NOT to get one, If you don’t get one there is nothing to touch up or change – I see it first hand a lot becasue my brother is a tattooist, He can’t convince me to get one.

  • Julie LaBrecque

    So sorry to hear of the loss of a loved on in your clan, but I am glad to have you back and super glad for the return of the Shoebat Sunday Speciall, and a blockbusterof one at that. I had never caught the reference you pointed out in 2 Peter — wow.

    • Thank you sister Julie. It was my father in law (Maria’s Dad). I have no blood relatives who I communicate with except my immediate family.

      • Anthony

        Your blood relatives are all around you right here, what are you saying walid? 😉

      • ace

        Since in marriage the two become as one, as my mother (God rest her soul) told me, you don’t just marry the person, you marry their family. While there is sorrow at the extended family whose eyes are blinded to the truth about what God requires of us in hating the things he hates, there is always hope given those prayer warrior nuns in the family who prayed you into the Catholic Church. May the head “Moses” of the family clan now intercede in heaven like Onias and Jeremiah (2 Maccabees 15:12-16) that his descendants may one day enter the promised land of heaven, and may his stay in purgatory be short.

        A Maria y su familia: Que reciban una expression de mi condolencia y oraciones para el descanso eterno de su padre.

  • Anthony

    All these signs too seem to be slipping right past under us, I wouldn’t have been so informed if I never found Thanks again, and I wouldn’t be Catholic now if I never came across the website about a year ago. So much has changed in my life already, praise God. Keep fighting the good fight shoebats and God bless.

    • Glad to have you on our side in this fight brother Anthony. Stay strong in your Catholic faith as we row this ark together.

      • Anthony

        Amen, I just enrolled in the brown scapular today praise God, glad to be here and I have some great teachers here. Full throttle ahead with our rosaries and swords. Ave Maria

    • DeusLoVult

      Amen, sir. I was Baptized into the Catholic Faith this Holy Saturday. Most sound decision I’ve ever made. Before that, I had not attended Church in years…now I’m there every week I am able. The Holy Spirit has transformed me. I feel a gap in my soul has been filled. It is wonderful. And it is only the beginning of my journey.

      • So glad to read this comment Deus. It made my day.

        • DeusLoVult

          I’m happy to have brought you some joy, sir. May God bless you and keep you safe, and cultivate in you such necessary measures of equanimity and fortitude to continue the fight.

      • Anthony

        Praise God my brother, I can’t wait til I’m fully received into the church, and same here, the grace offered through the church and her sacraments and through Mother Mary from God are exactly what the protestants are missing out on. I hope many come into the church, I believe they will and like walid said in one of his older articles, it will be because of the Eucharist. All of them claim to love and adore Jesus, well guess what, you can adore the Blessed Sacrament and eat His flesh and drink His blood in the Catholic church. It doesn’t get more intimate than that does it? Because of this I converted and many others will too. Praise The Most Holy Trinity. 🙂

        • DeusLoVult

          No, it most certainly does not. I remember the first time I received the Body and Blood…so clean just after Baptism…it was…an inarticulable experience. I believe I could feel the Holy Spirit flow through me. It was so powerful. And remains so. I’ve taken to ushering every week. I strongly recommend it, if you are able, brother. Actively participating in the mass seems to bring me closer to God. I wish I could be more descriptive. It’s immensely satisfying.

          • Anthony

            Amen, I’m glad I’m old enough to be able to remember my baptism and all the sacraments. It’s funny how God works in these last times especially, becoming Catholic was never on my mind but I couldn’t reject truth, it set me free. I see what you’re saying by participating, I always enjoy the offering of incense, I can only imagine how satisfying it is for those that get to do that, it’s just so sacred and satisfying to our souls. Very beautiful high mass today I loved it. Praise God. I’m happy to hear you’re participating and enjoying being part of service in the mass. I can imagine that there’s is. Nothing more satisfying than that, much love brother, God bless

          • DeusLoVult

            Not too long ago, I had a rather negative opinion of the Catholic Church. Typical misinformed Protestant. It took me around two years of reading history and conversing with Catholics here that finally convinced me to take the first step and attend a Catholic Church. After my first mass, I knew that’s where I needed to be. It just contrasted so noticeably with my Protestant experiences…the Churches I attended were so dead…consumed by and intolerable void in spirit…and the Catholic Church was alive…you could just feel the difference. It was incredible.

            God bless you, brother. I will pray for you and I look forward to the day you enter into total communion with the Church. 🙂

          • Anthony

            That’s a great testimony right there, reading and digging will right away clear all Tue misconceptions amen. Same here too, the first mass I went to the singer’s there were chanting in Latin and incense filled the temple, it was very…. foreign at the time, beautiful and fulfilling and sacred. I haven’t looked back either, I’m finally home praise God. You’re right as well, there’s a mountain of difference in worship alone, and especially reverence, it’s nice to see the women wearing veils, I see them and think… now that’s a beautiful woman right there lol. Because its true, theres something beautiful about that, a woman that is chaste and God fearing. Thank you for the prayers brother i will do the same right now, I look forward to the one true faith as well 🙂

          • DeusLoVult

            “foreign at the time, beautiful and fulfilling and sacred.”

            I couldn’t describe it better myself.

            I often wish some of the women at my Church would show the same reverence. You are most certainly correct…a modest woman is beautiful. But we have an excellent Priest. And our Church continues to grow, even in my rather small town.

            I would love to hear your testimony on that day, brother. Do stop by and share it with us, if you don’t mind. 🙂

          • Anthony

            Very glad to hear you have a great priest, that alone is a huge blessing to the body. And glad to hear it growing, I can say the same about the Latin mass here, it’s grown since I’ve been going and I think people are hungry for the old ways which is not bad at all, we need the old ways. You don’t wanna hear my testimony it’s rather boring lol. One day i may :-).All I can say is I’m extremely grateful God chose me and showed me his mercy out of thousands, that He saved me. I need to hold on and still work out my salvation as we all need to and become saints.

          • Grandmere

            Watching you grow gives us older people much hope and joy. I love you!

          • DeusLoVult

            Why, thank you, my lady. The feeling is mutual. :-))

  • Brenda

    Maybe I am ahead in some ways, Been practically a hermit for the past eleven years, well most of my life I was fine with only a few friends and never feel like I was missing out on anything, The few times I tried to be more of a social person ended up bad for me fun was never all it was cracked up to be. My son is the same way he can deal with being alone, But he’s better at being social naturally. The family members that can never be alone for a minute oddly enough have the most anger issues when it seems like they’d been happier.

    • Grandmere

      I once worked for a man who was a district manager of a major company. He told me he always looked askance at applicants who said they had more than three or four friends.

  • Grandmere

    I love you, Jami. You are in my prayers.

    • Jami

      Love you too dear Grandmere. Wish you loads of love and peace.

  • CTyank

    Welcome home. Thank you for returning to your workstation at the helm.

  • Brenda

    What get’s me is when they just “know” people they don’t really know becasue they were nice to them a time or two for three minutes, Example: She / He is a cashier at this store and was always friendly towards me, So I know the truth! Um yeah folks that is a persons JOB as a cashier to be friendly towards you and you don’t know them from a few conversations in the check out lane, Oh yes now we “know” people from a few online conversations or a few greetings in the check out lane anymore, That is all you need these days to really “know” someone apparently. That is not working for me.

    • DeusLoVult

      I have know people that deny its grave immorality on account of having a homos*xual relative. Blinded by affection. The world has such a corrupted view of love. It is not love to approve of error, but to reproach it.

      • Brenda

        For the longest time I had some guilt for not taking every blood relative to be more important than others, You know that blood comes first stuff, But what if you you can trust a friend with your life a lot more than blood relatives and have no sense of closeness to those blood relatives? There are a few I tried over and over to get along with – Then one-day realized that’s never going to happen as they attacked me when I was down and out like an animal attacks prey, Being closer to me wasn’t what they wanted. Then after learning about narcissism it all made sense, some people will even set you up to harm you and many people my age had to go no contact with family, It’s sad yes, but it’s simply the reality of the times that were in, After I accepted the loss I was so much better off than trying to do the impossible.

  • Darren Neufeldt

    While you are correct I think that the title remains true as well. After all, all of us that are against the homosexual agenda are labelled as homophobes.

  • PaulF

    The term ‘homophobia’ is a variant of the argument by psychiatric diagnosis.
    It is a fallacious argument, the most contemptible fallacy of them all. When someone starts calling me a ‘paranoid schizophrenic’ or something like that I know two things: one, he has no qualifications for issuing his diagnosis; and two, he has lost the argument.
    Just like the people who call you a ‘homophobe.’

  • PaulF

    What God says in the Bible aren’t my opinions. They are the truth.

  • Vinny Zee
  • “It’s the indifference among the MAJORITY heterosexuals that’s the problem.”

    That is correct. But in my estimation the numbers of homosexuals is growing rapidly. I would say its 4% is homosexuals and amongst the millennial generation its 7%. This is a staggering number.

    • Kamau41

      Very freightening statistics and they are absolutely staggering.

      All indicative that things are certainly getting worse.

  • There is no homophobia. What I meant is ‘homophobia’ from how the world defines us. Get it?

  • I never formulate my opinion in conjunction to how the world around me thinks. This is not a problem I have. This is a problem the world has. I am right and much of the whole world is simply wrong.

  • Vinny Zee

    Awesome story, thank you. Yes, I read your other post and wondered how you knew so much about all of that. So you were within that group? Is that the one with the Gnostic Mass? When did you convert and what was it that caused you to come home to the church? Always interested to hear the conversion stories of others.

  • DantesRivers
    • Higlac

      And of course I’d add ALL the major Canadian cities (Toronto, Montréal, Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, Halifax) plus all the medium cities (London, Québec, Ottawa, Kitchener-Waterloo et al). In fact, I would beware any and all towns larger than 10,000 (maybe even 5,000…).

      It’s extremely good that I’m well away from the nearest metropolis (Toronto’s centre is 150 km. away)…

      • Darren Neufeldt

        I concur, Canada is in a sad state of affairs and our supposed leader is leading the way, straight to hell.

  • Kevin Nicholson

    “See! The Lord is about to empty the earth and lay it waste; he will twist its surface,
    and scatter its inhabitants: People and priest shall fare alike: … The earth shall be utterly laid waste, utterly stripped, for the Lord has decreed this word.” Isaiah 24:1-3

    Our mission:

    “save others by snatching them out of the fire; … abhorring even the outer garment stained by the flesh.” Jude 1:23

    His promise to saints:

    “To the one who is able to keep you from stumbling and to present you unblemished and exultant, in the presence of his glory, to the only God, our savior, through Jesus Christ our Lord be glory, majesty, power, and authority from ages past, now, and for ages to come. Amen.” Jude 1:24-25

    Holy Spirit keep our eyes fixed on You. Awesome Shoebat team!

  • jimmy

    great but yet scary article because it lays out exactly what is happening and why. all these evil movements (eugenics) (abortionists) (homosexuality) etc are brewing up like the perfect storm for disaster and all those caught up in the storm including the sympathizers will perish. god is having none of it.

    I couldn’t agree more about dodging those big cities you mentioned, I travel a lot for work and dread when I end up in or near a big city and can’t wait to get the hell out I much prefer the country, I was in Kentucky last week and I found myself in the middle of nowhere surrounded by corn fields and barns with rusty old rooftops and had no phone signal it made me feel like a kid again lol

  • Tom_mcewen

    I found this interesting on the subject of the underlying
    theological problems
    with liberal global america and Russia. Please let me know what you think, Tom.

    • ace

      Very interesting article! Thanks for posting!

    • Darren Neufeldt

      IMO The article speaks the truth.

    • Shows a startling divide between the D.C.’s ruling class and the people. America’s empire will come to an end but it won’t put an end to the wickedness of man’s desire to have a world reimagined and reengineered without God.

  • susan

    You know it is ironic to be labeled a homophobe when you’re not afraid of them in the least. I’m glad you’re back Chef. Please give my condolences to Maria.

    Here’s a story I just saw. Why is IBM trying to force its way into our little children’s bathrooms? They’re threatening Texas. It’s the no buy no sell. We’ll ruin Texas economies if you don’t do what we say. Why can’t we ruin IBM’s???!!

    • BobTrent

      You’ll have to wean yourself off electricity. Electric power is no longer controlled by manually thrown switching in localities, but by computerized control centers hundreds of miles away. IBM and its sister conglomerates run most of the developed world.
      A friend, now deceased, who started with IBM in 1948, at the beginning of the computer “revolution,” described to me what is going on. IBM UBER ALLES!

      • susan

        So what’s going on?

  • Cuzick

    It’s good to have you back at the helm Admiral. I’m sorry for the loss of a loved one in your family. We will continue to pray for you and the family. Great work as usual.

  • BC

    Walid, I’ve had this thought that since 2/3 are eliminated, the chosen 1/3 are to basically replace the 1/3 angels in Heaven who sold out.

    Especially since God is perfect through & through (having a perfect solution/remedy to granting ‘free will’).

    There’s a lot of numbers or counts of things (the elders, lampstands, etc.)…& order/structure in Heaven.

    Whaddya’ think…purge & replace 1/3 of free-willed sellouts who were already pre-gifted with a Heavenly address (like a spoiled/anti-God/ ‘wealthy-via inheritance only’ putz)….with 1/3 free-willed prodigals, who had to actually earn it.

    It’s interesting.

    ***and c’mon man, you left out “where the heck to go” after leaving the cities! J/K.

    • Grandmere

      On that 1/3 deal – Maybe about 30% of professing Christians will be faithful to the end, It’s worse than you think.

      • ace


      • Brenda

        Think your right Grand, I see it all the time online and in videos with people who say they are Christians constantly dancing around why they are okay with gays doing there own thing as long as they are not asked to be gay themselves. The double think is so thick can be cut with a knife, it’s always a long winded and drug out explanation and that speaks volumes itself to me, The acceptance of evil is always super complex and well just weird, But truth is usually short and to the point, Nothing to have to dance around.

    • ace

      I tend to suspect, as Grandmere, that 1/3 would be a lot, but I get your drift. I presume it’s something like the sons of Levi slaying about three thousand men following the golden calf incident (Ex 32:28) and then, in Acts, at Pentecost (which by Jewish tradition celebrated not only harvest, but the giving of the law), those who received Peter’s preaching of the Gospel and were baptized were about three thousand souls (Acts 2:41)?

  • A man sticking his johnson in another man’s butt ok with you?

    A woman licking another woman’s hoo-ha ok with you?

    A man having his way with a horse ok?

    A woman allowing a horse to penetrate her ok?

    Say yes to any of the above and you are damned.

  • Ozibarb

    “Remember Lots wife” shows how completely we have to turn away from the evil around us. I’m sure she had mother, father, sister, brothers, nieces, nephews etc. who were all “lovely people” and her heart was attached to them. Very sobering lesson for us to heed.

  • Ozibarb

    Makes me think of Jesus words “whoever loves brother, mother …more than Me is not worthy of Me”

    • Kamau41

      Yes indeed….Here was today’s reading from the Gospel of St. Matthew. Here is what Jesus was telling his Disciples: “Do not think that I came to send peace upon earth: I came not to send peace, but the sword. For I came to set a man at variance against his father, and the daughter against her mother, and the daughter in law against her mother in law. And a man’s enemies shall be they of his own household. He that loveth father or mother more than me, is not worthy of me; and he that loveth son or daughter more than me, is not worthy of me. And he that taketh not up his cross, and followeth me, is not worthy of me. He that findeth his life, shall lose it: and he that shall lose his life for me, shall find it. He that receiveth you, receiveth me: and he that receiveth me, receiveth him that sent me. He that receiveth a prophet in the name of a prophet, shall receive the reward of a prophet: and he that receiveth a just man in the name of a just man, shall receive the reward of a just man. And whosoever shall give to drink to one of these little ones a cup of cold water only in the name of a disciple, amen I say to you, he shall not lose his reward. And it came to pass, when Jesus had made an end of commanding his twelve disciples, he passed from thence, to teach and preach in their cities.”(Matt 10:34-11:1)

  • PaulF

    Hello Andrea.
    ‘Faith is by hearing, and hearing is by the word of God’ (Romans 10:17).
    That is exactly how I came to believe it. By hearing it; giving my attention to it.
    But my faith is not only my doing. It is the work of God in me. As Jesus says, “This is the work of God, that you believe in the one whom he sent” (John 6:29).
    If you don’t yet believe, my advice is, pray for the gift of faith. God is certainly willing to give it to you.

  • concerned american

    I debated with myself on posting this and decided to do so. If it weren’t for anonymity I probably wouldn’t.

    When I was 16 years old I laid on my bed and cried “why me.” I had feelings that I didn’t want and extreme shame. I still have extreme shame for my past. I fought the urges I felt till I was 28 years old and I caved. At 30 years of age I was delivered of demon possession. Oh yes, they go hand in hand. It was the worst 2 years of my life.
    Now this is important: my heart was COLD AS ICE. I eventually tried to kill myself but God had other plans. I love Him so much for that.

    I was in the closet as they say. And, to this day, only one person in my own family of 8 knows my background. I still have shame.

    Today, when I see two men or two women together my first reaction is to naturally turn my head. And my first thought is “that’s disgusting.” THAT is power of the Holy Spirit.

    This is also important: When I tried to kill myself I had no feelings. I mean my heart was COLD. Now imagine the heart of someone who is not ashamed but is “out and proud.” Someone who thinks what he’s is doing is his “right.” And he’s going to make you accept his right to be perverted. And most probably he’s using drugs too. Now that is pure evil. That person will take your life in a heart beat and not think twice.

    The sympathizers will say “he just wants to be loved and to have the right to love someone too.” NO. That’s a lie. He just wants to participate in his perversion without repercussions. And he wants you to have to accept that. And he wants your children to be just like him.

    The hatred in the hearts of those who participate in these “vulture” rallies is not comprehended by the world. But I can tell you it is deep, dark and pure evil. A depth of evil I can’t even put into words…I only know what it is by experience.

    So, if there is anyone who feels bad for them, DON’T. They are PROUD of their perversion. And those who are in the closet, they are the ones who need and want help. Feel for them…though you won’t know who they are. Pray for them. They are the ones who will repent.

    So, Oh yes, lock yourself in your chambers. Shut the door just like Lot did or they will devour you. And, remember Lot’s wife.

    • CTyank

      Thank you for this chilling personal account.

      • CTyank

        A righteous use of anonymity.

        • concerned american

          Thanks C Tyank. I appreciate your response.

    • The Lord be with you. It took a great deal of courage to share that and for that, you have my respect.

      • concerned american

        Thanks Trevor. I was concerned that I would be rejected for my post. But my purpose is to reveal the depth of evil and the need to stand against homosexuality. To reveal exactly how dangerous it is.

        I listen to Christians say how much they like Milo. In my mind I’m thinking….you have no idea how evil that man is. Beside being a homosexual, he also claims to be a Christian. THAT is disturbing. And it should make people shudder.

        I look back at who I was and I don’t even know that person. It’s not who I am today. So, am I a homophobe? I guess I am. hahaha.

        • I know exactly what you mean. I still deal with shame of my own sins stemming from an addiction I allowed myself when I was 18, a senior in high school and stupidly married with an infant daughter.

          Looking back makes me cringe but also made me realize those mistakes made me the man I am today because of God’s work.

        • CTyank

          I’m glad that in addition to shame, you also have a sense of humor about it. We have all fallen short of the glory of God, and it is His love and grace to resurrect us from death back to life.

    • Grandmere

      You know what it is to truly be homophobic. Praise God, he is able to save to the uttermost all who put their trust in him. All who pick up his cross and bear it throughout their life will gain the crown of life. For all of us, no matter our individual struggles, the blessed moment we see him will make it all worthwhile. When we see him, we will be like him. What a thought!

    • Anthony

      You have my respect sir, we are all sinners here, we all need our Lord and Blessed Mother. Praise God He delivered you from that past as He has delivered us all, you have a hard mission, you can be the voice to those in that dark and hopefully some may see the light like you did. It doesn’t matter how dark you were, God chose you as He has chosen us all, He clearly sees something we all don’t see in us. Talk about dark pasts, I would recommend checking out Zachary king and his testimony, God had mercy and big plans for him. God bless my brother and much love in Christ.

      • concerned american

        Thanks Anthony. Actually, I am female.

        Here is the amazing part. I witnessed to MANY homosexuals so they could understand the evils and the dangers of homosexuality. I was a golf professional for 25 years. I was surrounded. How many do you think wanted to turn to God and ask for healing? NONE. Not one. That is staggering.

        Now there is the possibility that I planted seeds and they’re being watered. Or they’ve been harvested and I don’t know about it. There were some who were interested in what I had to say but didn’t want to give up their “lifestyle.” And of course there are those who actually hate me. hahaha.

        Like I said earlier, it’s the closets who hate their sin. Actually, there are those in the closet simply because they fear public opinion. They don’t hate their perversion. Yet, there are also those in the closet because they have shame. But they are few. Those who are out and proud don’t want to change. At least from what I’ve seen.

        Homosexuals are a hard group to reach if not almost impossible. And the MOST dangerous are the one who claim to be Christian. The Milo’s. They are the epitome of evil.

        • Anthony

          Sorry about the sir comment lol. Well I see you’re doing what you can that’s good to hear, prayer is the best thing to do now to help soften the hearts to hear God’s call. But like you said, most will want nothing to do with God as they are god. A seed is all it can take to eventually grow into a harvest, the seeds are there and that’s good, they know now and God will bring the increase as another waters.

          And yes someone like Milo and others that condone his views are extremely dangerous, seared their conscience with an iron is what happened. Reminds me of former evangelical music star ray boltz.

      • CTyank

        Anthony? Are you really as young as you picture implies? If so, you are wise beyond your years!

        • Anthony

          Haha looks are deceiving aren’t they? I am on my way to 30 in about half a year, I know it’s still young but on the inside I feel old now lol. Thanks for the compliment CTyank 🙂

          • CTyank

            Just a wee bit younger than my son. You seem to be not only a wise, but also a kind soul. God bless you!

          • Anthony

            Thank you for the kind words, I need all the wisdom I can get and this is a good place. I can say the same for you CT, God bless you also and God bless us all here as we keep rowing. Amen and amen

  • You failed to answer the questions.

  • CTyank

    Talk about a hate filled message!

  • Higlac

    How about St. John 6:41-71 (especially 6:48-58)??? Those are Christ’s own words!!!

    • Remember, Higs, those who reject the Real Presence of Christ in the Sacrament of Eucharist will embrace the Antichrist.

  • Higlac

    Why don’t you give us your “evidence” as to “fakeness” and implied fraud instead of libelling the Shoebat family??

    You come across as a typical “dime-a-dozen” Protestant who thinks she (in your case) knows more that what 2,000 years of Christians in all three branches (Orthodoxy, Protestantism and Romanism) have known all along. You think you know more than the Church Fathers and successors to the Apostles (e.g., Saints Ignatius, Polycarp, John Chrysostom, Augustine of Hippo and so many, many others)?? WHO collated the Bible??? [Answer: the Catholic Church who you so brazenly mock and scorn here!!! Even such Protestants as Luther and Schwartzert (Melanchthon) never renounced the Early Church – you sound like those who really cut themselves off like Cauvin (Calvin), Zwingli, Bullinger and Servetus (that last one was so radical as to provoke Cauvin’s wrath into ensuring that he wouldn’t escape being burned alive at the stake in 1564).]

    As it is, the Shoebats have proven themselves nobler and more generous than enough others – myself included – likely would have by allowing your drivel to raise its head here.

  • “He is Spirit now…”

    Gnostic crap.

    • Grandmere

      They will not enter.

      • It is breathtakingly amazing to see Gnostic heresies arising in our time but Solomon the Wise said history repeats. Here we are…

        *shaking head in sadness *

  • concerned american

    This is a hard thing. If you have feelings for your neighbor’s wife would you not fall on your knees, ask for forgiveness, and ask God to take those feelings away and heal your heart? Do you think God is pleased with those feelings? No, of course not. He wants you to come to Him for healing.

    Homosexuality is even worse. It’s an abomination. Homosexuals must also ask for and expect healing. God can and will heal if asked with a sincere heart. On this journey of life God is preparing us for heaven. Knowing this, why would He NOT heal the homosexual if that person sincerely asks? He WILL. But that person must ask.

  • “There will be a rapture.”

    According to how the Early Church Fathers understood Scriptures, the answer is, “Nope.”

  • Correction: God promised to never destroy the world with Flood but never promised to not destroy with Fire which is coming.

  • So, is it ok with you for a man to stick his Johnson into another man’s butt?

    Is it ok with you for a woman to lick another woman’s hoo-ha?

  • Paul Doyle

    Thank you, sir. God bless you and God bless America.

  • concerned american

    You have absolutely no idea what you’re talking about. Your response does nothing but enable and help send homosexuals and others to hell. Walid speaks the truth. It’s a VERY hard truth. But he speaks it in love. And I’m not talking feelings, the likes of which is what you’re doing.

    How you FEEL is irrelevant. TRUTH is what is relevant. And that is why we “Catholics” come here. We want the truth. As hard as it is sometimes, we want the truth. We feed on it. It’s nourishing. And we appreciate and love the Shoebats for the banquets they present to us when they don’t have to.

    If you don’t want to eat, that’s fine. But don’t try to spoil our meal because it doesn’t fit your cuisine.

  • You are welcome sister Lynn for your kind encouragement.

  • Grandmere

    You vile heretic. Our Lord is not spirit. He has risen from the grave in the flesh given to him by his mother. He still inhabits a physical body glorified and seated at the right hand of his father. You either believe him or not. He said to eat his flesh and drink his blood in perpetual remembrance of his most blessed passion and death. I know you do not believe this, but I cannot let your comment pass without rebuke.

  • Grandmere

    Trolls and heretics have a very short life span here and none in the hereafter. You better think about – eternity.

  • Julie LaBrecque

    St Paul recommended celibacy.

  • CTyank

    Yes I agree. Sometimes there is just nothing to say.

  • CTyank

    Blah, blah, BLOCKED!!

  • Grandmere

    Your comment reveals you to be filled with pride. Be careful, lest you fall and that fall be one from which you can not recover.

  • Your question would be best answered by the early Catholic Church who was tasked with putting together the Scriptures in the 4th century to unify one volume against an avalanche of Gnostic writings that threatened to rip the unity of the Church.

    Nobody knows who wrote the “Book of Enoch” and it contained a lot of things that do not match Old Testaments prophecy such as “The Watcher” etc. However, that said, the fact that Jude, for example, quoted from an alleged “Book of Enoch” meant Jude was familiar with the works and selected a quote that fit his argument in his singular epistle. From what I’ve read (I’m reciting from memory), the Epistle of Jude almost did not make it into the canon of the Scriptures because of the quote borrowed from “Book of Enoch.”

    Second, Jesus calling Himself the Son of Man is to recall that Adam was also called the Son of God, according to the genealogy presented by St. Luke as the physician was proving that Jesus, by tracing His genealogy, can be proved to be the Son of God from the perspective of man.

    In the epistle of Jude, he was warning against defilers that undermined the effort of the Church in her teaching of authentic, apostolic teachings of the Faith, which agrees with St. John’s 1st Epistle where he warned that antichrist forces actually came from within the Church, and Jude, by borrowing the quote from an alleged source arbitrarily credited to Enoch, predicted that Jesus would return with His army of saints to destroy the works of the devil through his emissary, the Antichrist and all the heretical teachers throughout the age. This agrees with the apocalyptic vision of John, of Ezekiel, of Isaiah, of Zechariah, and of Zephaniah who all saw the Lord Himself descending to finally put an end to every form of evil.

    I will trust the wisdom of the Catholic Church for keeping the Book of Enoch out of the canon, and for keeping the epistle of Jude because his warning continue to bear out in our time.

  • Eric Mueller

    I could be wrong. Maybe God will rain holy fire down on all of us here on Earth. I think our punishment will be more humanistic though. Again I could be wrong but I believe this is the sort of fire that is in our future:

    The bad part of it is is that the lucky ones (or unlucky if you are sinful and unrepentant) will die immediately. Those of us still alive may not feel anything at first. In fact the worst that could happen immediately after this event would be the power shutting off from an overwhelmed grid. Then people would start getting sick. Violently ill and vomiting. Then perhaps when the clothes start to burn into the skin. . .or maybe when all the hair falls out. . .or when cuts start to appear all over the body, cuts that won’t heal and in fact get wider and wider with no indication of stopping. . . maybe by the end when your skin could literally physically be pulled off the body, the gays, muslims, abortionists, and satan-followers will all cry out for God’s mercy and forgiveness. I would think though it would be better to stop this sinful lifestyle and turn your life to Jesus Christ BEFORE this happens.

  • Vinny Zee

    Why is salvation allowed for you who curses your fellow man? Salvation is allowed for those who are pure of heart. Aren’t they the ones who will see the kingdom of God? Didn’t Peter say the prophets longed to look into the salvation that we have? Sin is you condemning people back to the Garden rather than speaking of the ways of salvation. By your words you will be acquitted and by your words you will be condemned. I am not your judge.

  • Read Genesis again.

  • Brenda

    That microchip being the mark of the beast stuff is so stupid, If something like that was forced on us that’s not equal to or anything like having evil intentions or evil in your heart, That’s just pretty much like being tossed in a jail cell against your will then.

  • So you answered poorly. God’s Words is crystal clear on who WILL NOT enter the kingdom of heaven and He leaves no room for personal interpretation over whom will not enter.

    It is why sodomites and their allies reject the Orthodox interpretation of the Scriptures and created the blasphemous “Queen” James Bible in order to justify their continuing in sins. It is why Romans 1 declared without apology “God gave them up to their own lusts,” and at the end of Romans 1, St. Paul, without blinking, declared those who approved of the sodomites lifestyle were also worthy of death.

    That’s why people of your ilk have done more damage to Christianity because you opt to use “pick and choose” of the Scriptures to justify continuing in sins instead of adhering to how the Scriptures were interpreted by the Church through the ages.

  • Why should I answer you when you appear to be sympathetic toward fags?

  • ace

    Romans 12:2 tells us not to be conformed to this world, but rather to be transformed by the renewing of our minds so that one may prove what is good and acceptable and the perfect will of God. The word of God clearly tells us that homosexuality is wrong. Jesus loved the world and died for us that we might be delivered from the enemy of sin. He loved the woman caught in adultery, but he said “Go your way and sin no more”, he didn’t say “I understand, it’s hard for you to change or refrain, and it wounds your feelings to say otherwise”. What he did say was “Take up your cross and follow me.” Love is not merely a feeling, but rather an objective truth. We are to love God with out whole heart, whole mind, whole soul, and whole strength. Love is not the same as tolerance. Pray first and then go read the article again. If you let someone follow their subjective feelings and beliefs on the wide road to hell which leads to destruction, that is not the love of God. God judges hearts, but we are to judge people’s actions and what comes out of their mouths. By their fruits you will know them.

  • CTyank

    Yes, that’s what my thought is. So horrible that it’s hard to say anything that isn’t obvious. And faith that the Lord takes care of his own, on Earth and in heaven.

  • Anthony

    Amen, I’m very happy to hear you have come to the true faith faith too, the wisdom and understanding in cathocisim compared to “christianity” is night and day if you ask me. Well beyond the surface level of understanding. I was very amazed to see these Catholics know so much! Lol. Little did I know that I was the dummy that knew nothing lol. Amen, God bless this website and the shoebats and God bless you too my new brother, Ave Maria and praise the Most Holy Trinity

  • DantesRivers

    ‘Western laws now clash with moral nature of man’ – Russian Orthodox Patriarch Kirill (EXCLUSIVE)

    • Grandmere

      Fantastic catch, Dantes! Thanks so much.

  • jmaggief

    I just read an article on Breitbart about how Steve Brannon’s Catholic upbringing made him a traditionalist. But when asked if he was against gay marriage Bannon said he was ok with a lot of stuff. I made a comment that he isn’t really a Catholic because no real Catholic would be ok with same sex marriage or homosexuality. And someone replied to my comment that I shouldn’t nitpick! I guess being concerned about offending God and getting sent to hell is now called nitpicking! It’s really bothering me that many so-called Catholics don’t even follow church teaching! Where are people who care about their souls and obey God and his church?

  • CTyank

    In spite of what Obama says, I’m happy to be a “bitter clinger” to my God and my guns. My heart goes out to Canadians, Australians, and English. Our second amendment is all that stands between us and slavery. And even that may not cut it.

  • Anthony

    Amen to this sister Lynn, God bless you too in Christ 🙂

  • “Mr. Shoebat sir, that doesn’t say anyone will be “saved”.

    I knew that this will be your response because I know your type.

    You need to read the whole thing in order to understand it and find the verse that answers your question.

    Take the effort to finding the verse from the article.

  • Kamau41

    The versus are clearly explained and validated all within context of your question. Here is an additional resource for you to carefully read that totally supports Walid’s article with the Holy Scriptures in context.

  • CTyank

    Keep calm and “carry” on as we sometimes say in the USA. With a hat tip to our British forebears, of course 😉

  • “I’m asking for a verse that puts Mary on the same level as our Lord, Jesus Christ.”

    Sorry but I am not the Bible Answer Man to be dishing out verses on whatever whim someone wants a verse. For that you can check with Hank Hanegraaff, the Bible answer man who after years of dishing out verses ended up converting from Evangelical to Orthodox. The article link I sent you has the verses with the arguments, read them or not is your choice but I will not re-invent the wheels on a comment box. The link is given to you so refute away.

  • If that’s how you present your rebuttal, LOL.

  • Michelle Therese

    But… she was to repent, and sin no more. So this is not about people that sin, but about people who *remain* in sin, and those that support their state of sin by justifying their sin. Apples and Oranges.

  • Michelle Therese

    Mary leads us to Jesus. It is Jesus who intercedes for us to God.
    It is never taught that Mary saves us, that is ignorant propaganda used against Catholics and Orthodox, a straw man argument.

  • Michelle Therese

    Very eye opening!

  • Vinny Zee

    If a sinner does not accept Christ, he remains a sinner and Christ’s death still remains efficacious. When did I ever say a sinner was pure in heart? You have a misunderstanding of the application of salvation. Is it your argument you can remain a merry ole sinner after coming to know Christ? That is sadly the new evangelism of you modernist.

  • BobTrent

    The scripture presents Lot’s daughters raping him, not Lot knowingly copulating with them. He wasn’t aware of what they had done when he awoke from his drunken stupor.
    Gross wickedness (as “aselgeia,” utter shamelessness) is the fruit of and evidence of rejection of Christ.

  • magaforever

    Yes but the bible says to hate what God hates..God hates evildoers and those who initiate unjust violence

  • magaforever

    I dont hate them explicitly i hate them when they kiss and crap in front of me…

  • magaforever

    And all due respect satan wasnt trying to sodomize archangel Michael