LGBTQ Shooter Targets Lakewood Church

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A female shooter who identified as a man walked into Lakewood church in Houston, Texas wearing a trench coat concealing a rifle before she opened fire and was shot and killed by two off duty officers. Police say she entered the church with a child, who was injured in the crossfire.

A few of the peculiar facts about the deceased terrorist is how she had “Free Palestine” written on the semi-automatic rifle she used in the attack according to federal law enforcement, her social media was littered with leftist political ideology, she had a criminal record and through video that has since surfaced, was most possibly a Muslim judging by the hijab she was seen wearing.

As if this case couldn’t get any more insane, those investigating the act of terrorism, the Houston Police Department, utilized resources to help determine the dead terrorist’s preferred pronouns. What a waste of resources! Couldn’t these funds have gone towards helping people instead of appeasing this evil individual who is now deceased?

Police priorities are clearly out of whack on this.

Unfortunately, violence has become a trend in the LGBTQ movement. In this case, the “trans” identifying female is yet another addition to the collection of those who identify as LGBTQ that have targeted churches, faith based organizations and public places. Examples of this can be seen in the list below:

  1. Colorado Springs shooter: nonbinary
  2. Nashville school shooter: trans
  3. Aberdeen shooter: trans
  4. Denver school shooter: trans
  5. Iowa school shooter: trans/genderfluid
  6. Lakewood Church shooter: trans

No Christ? No Anchor.

Any identity a human being seeks to establish for themselves which stands in opposition to that which God has given them is bound to experience internal and external chaos with present and eternal ramifications for rejecting that which God ordained.

If identities which oppose reality are affirmed and celebrated by a society, that society is bound to face morphing into the society God warns us about in Luke 17:26-30 which says that the end times will be marked for their similarity to the “days of Noah.” These days will serve as a sign of the return of the “Son of man” who is Jesus.

So what was it like “in the days of Noah?”

Genesis 6:5-8 gives us a description of the times: “The Lord saw how great the wickedness of the human race had become on the earth, and that every inclination of the thoughts of the human heart was only evil all the time. 6 The Lord regretted that he had made human beings on the earth, and his heart was deeply troubled. 7 So the Lord said, “I will wipe from the face of the earth the human race I have created—and with them the animals, the birds and the creatures that move along the ground—for I regret that I have made them.” 8 But Noah found favor in the eyes of the Lord.”

In summary form, the days of Noah comprised of six characteristics:

  1. Sin was great (Genesis 6:5-8)
  2. The earth was corrupt (Genesis 6:11-12)
  3. Unfaithfulness amongst God’s children (Genesis 6:1-4)
  4. People refused to listen to God
  5. Busyness consumed the people (Matthew 24:33-39)
  6. Faithfulness was found in one man and his family (Genesis 6:9, Hebrews 11:7)

Sound familiar? This is as the earth is today!

And this leads us to where we were at before – if not for an identity anchored in Christ, there will be no peace, no security and no stability in an individual’s heart or mind.

The expressions of violence, the deterrence from goodness, and the celebration of outright sin should cause us to pause and reflect on what is happening in our world. These are all signs! Be on alert! The return of Jesus isn’t far off in the distance, His return is imminent and we have the key to redemption in the Word of God. Believers are called to “go and make disciples” no matter how wicked or righteous a generation appears to be, this is our mandate from heaven. Let us never slack off in sharing the message that Jesus came to seek and save all those who are lost. For a hopeless generation plagued by confusion and the darkness of sin, what a gift of hope and light we have to share with them because of Jesus.

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