It’s June! That means for some people it’s “Pride Month.” The LGBQ-lmnop people, I just heard, also confiscated the month of October for LGBQ-etc. “History Month.”
Pride Month is Every Month for Christians
We don’t just celebrate Jesus in June every year. We celebrate Him every month; every day of every month of every year. Our History starts in Genesis, in the Bible, when God created man and woman, Adam and Eve.
Two of our top-selling t-shirts are probably best worn during the month of June, or “pride month,” just to remind people that God gave us the Rainbow long, long, long before it was taken as a symbol of LGBQ-etc. “pride.”
The Origin of LGBTQ-etc Self-Flattery
The “gay pride flag” or rainbow flag first flew in June 1978 during the “Gay Freedom Day Parade” in San Francisco, CA. Can you imagine showing up at one of these events wearing one of our t-shirts?
No, people. The gay community did not invent the rainbow. The meaning of the rainbow is not inclusivity or pride in being gay, lesbian, trans or whatever. That’s just the secular or godless meaning of that beautifully colored arc. It’s a symbol created by God after He flooded the earth, destroying all of His creations.
The rainbow shown brightly over Noah’s Ark once the rains stopped as God’s promise that He would never again destroy the earth by flood.
I doubt that the LGBT-etc. community would pass God’s test today, not even during pride month. Their community more closely resembles that of Soddom and Gomorrah in Genesis, cities that God destroyed due to their wickedness, which included incest, homosexuality, and rape, just to name a few.
Genesis 19:24-25 “Then the Lord rained brimstone and fire on Sodom and Gomorrah, from the Lord out of the heavens. So He overthrew those cities, all the plain, all the inhabitants of the cities, and what grew on the ground… But his wife looked back behind him, and she became a pillar of salt.”
Whenever I see the rainbow used as a symbol of “gay pride,” I just think of three words I learned in Sunday School. “Remember Lot’s wife.”
Luke 17:31-32 “In that day, he who is on the housetop, and his [a]goods are in the house, let him not come down to take them away. And likewise the one who is in the field, let him not turn back. 32 Remember Lot’s wife.”
What are your thoughts?