Many have said that God has a sense of humor, and that in the ironic twists of life He makes His presence known.
June is the month celebrating the Sacred Heart of Jesus, and also gay pride.
The Sacred Heart of Jesus is very special, for because Christ is God, the Heart of Jesus is the Heart of God:
There are two things that must always be found together in the devotion to the Sacred Heart: Christ’s Heart of flesh and Christ’s love for us. True devotion to the Sacred Heart means devotion to the Divine Heart of Christ insofar as His Heart represents and recalls His love for us.
In honoring the Heart of Christ, our homage lingers on the Person of Jesus in the fullness of His love. This love of Christ for us was the moving force of all he did and suffered for us — in Nazareth, on the Cross, in giving Himself in the Blessed Sacrament, in His teaching and healing, in His praying and working. When we speak of the Sacred Heart, we mean Jesus showing us His Heart, Jesus all love for us and all lovable.
Jesus Christ is the incarnation of God’s infinite love. The Human Nature which the Son of God took upon Himself was filled with love and kindness that has never found an equal. He is the perfect model of love of God and neighbor. (source, source)
To honor the Sacred Heart is to honor and seek mystical union with God in a deep and profound way. It was out of the devotion to the Sacred Heart that the devotion to the Divine Mercy came, for as God is Love, He is both mercy and justice in this order, and as it was out of the mercy of the Heart of God that He sent His Son, Jesus, to save the world from our sins, it is from His Heart that He reaches out and extends His mercy before executing His justice because He wants man’s conversion and salvation before his condemnation.
As the Sacred Heart of Jesus is the mercy of God, then the sodomites are those who have rejected the mercy of God and who want His justice. The Bible strictly condemns the sodomites in the Old and New Testaments, calling their sin one that “cries out to Heaven for vengeance” and by St. Paul as being “worthy of death” because it is so vile. This sentiment is repeated by many of the saints in the Church.
There is something blasphemous about having sodomite pride month in the same as that of the Sacred Heart. Given how the LGBT has a seeminly veritable obsession with blasphemy, it would not be a surprise if this was intentionally planned by those who are in elite positions in the movement. Whatever the reason it is, I would argue that it is not necessarily a blasphemous thing, but a foreshadowing thing of what is to come in the future.
As noted above, the mercy of God precedes the justice of God. The Sacred Heart of Jesus is perhaps one of the fullest forms of mercy that He offers to His Church.
By the sodomites having their “pride”- also the name of a mortal sin -celebration during the same month as that of the Sacred Heart, they are sending a message that they do not want God’s mercy, and they would rather mock Him and continue to participate in their vile and immoral acts that are destroying their bodies and souls.
When Jonah went to the city of Nineveh, the Ninehvites repented, and their city was spared. To the contrary, the sodomites did not repent of their sin, and when the two angels of the Lord came, the sodomites saw them and were so consumed with passion that they wanted to rape them. The future of the city was that not long after, the entire thing was destroyed by fire from Heaven, as a sign for all times to the evils of the place and to the wise, what not to do in order that one may be saved. Even Lot’s wife was destroyed, for while Lot and Abraham looked back at Sodom, they did so with condemnation and disgust, while Lot’s wife looked back in longing, and if this were in modern times, it would be looking back for “my gay best friends”.
God is very merciful, more so than any man can ever be, but He is also just and will bring justice to all without exception, for God does does discriminate between men, but He does so by the quality of their souls. Does a man do good? Does he desire to do good? Does he want to seek God? These are the questions, among many others more, that matter because they are what define who the person truly is in the eyes of God. A man who does not want the mercy of God will merit His justice, and that justice is final.
That is what the sodomites are choosing. By rejecting the mercy of God and thinking they can sodomize each other without consequences or punishment, they are bringing condemnation on themselves.
It is said that God illuminates the hearts of all men. The sodomites repeatedly claim that they are about love and tolerance, but many known that is a lie. This month proves this to be true, because given the choice between the Sacred Heart of Jesus or the abyss that is the evils of sodom, they have overwhelmingly made their decision in favor of the latter.
By the way, this also applies to the minimum 75% of people under 37 and the 63% average of all people throughout the US who support sodomite marriage and the likely statistically higher percentage who support the act. It is bad to commit sin, but it is equally bad to actively enable it. Corporate America has embraced the LGBT and is aggressively promoting it this year, and this will continue into the future.
What is God going to think when He looks down and sees that a supermajority of the nation supports this act, and that the US has been arguably the most vocal evangelist for this sin?
Does one think this will bode well for the US? Do her people think they will escape punishment?
Now is not the time to party, but to seek penance, to work through one’s sins, and to prepare for what is coming, for if God destroyed the cities on the plain by fire as an example, does the US think that she is an exception?