Wednesday, February 27, 2019

LGBT Loosing Support in Churches

Today's Churches are fighting their religious right to follow Torah, the Mitzvot of Elohim, even this fight is present in the evangelical community, like the Methodist Church. The Methodist Church says "will maintain its official position that homosexuality is contrary to Christian teaching, in a decision following days of contentious debate over the issue".

In an excelent article By Michael Gryboski, of the explains 

"Delegates at the UMC special session of General Conference, representing all of the global denomination, voted Tuesday to reject a measure called the “One Church Plan,” which would have allowed regional bodies of the denomination to determine their position on homosexuality.

Instead, delegates approved the “Traditional Plan” in a vote of 438-384. The Plan maintains the denomination's stance against homosexuality, gay marriage, and the ordination of noncelibate homosexuals while promising to better enforce those rules".

On the same page the African Methodist Churches also approved on a early date the same "Traditional Plan" forcing everyone else in the General Conference to foillo their lead.  See Here:

At almost the same time, there is conference of many evangelical churchs seeking to stop the LGBT community to storm the churches to seek their acceptance in the Portestant Church. This reunion called ‘God’s Voice’ conference it is being held in February 22-23 of this year in Feb. 22-23 in Edmond, Oklahoma.

Read more here:

Little by little all of the faith in Elohim, are upholding Torah's views.

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