A Sad Week for Canada as Prime Minister Leads Canadians in new Agenda
November 29, 2017
This has been a sad week for Canada. The prime minister's prolonged apology to LGBTQ2 people of Canada offered in parliament on Tuesday (Nov. 28) along with full parliamentary support, if it can be gauged by the clapping from all parties, was most grievous to all who love the law of God.
The LGBTQ2 agenda has been fully sanctioned and its promoters have been rewarded with thanks and apologies offered to "victims" along with a large financial compensation package.
This is a watershed week for this country. We are no longer a Christian nation, or a nation with priority for the law of God, but a nation governed by humanism. To be human has been redefined as the discovery and expression of one's self-identity. This is part of the new-Liberalism that our prime minister, Justin Trudeau, and our parliament has sanctioned. Canadians are fast losing the right to speak of their opposition to LGBTQ2 lifestyles. The law and parliament are now on their side. They have protections and support systems to promote their agenda and our prime minister wants Canada to be a model for this agenda before the world.
Mr. Trudeau has stated that there is more work to do to right the wrongs on this issue, so the agenda will be pushed still further. Lobby groups have also said this apology is not enough. This will lead to fast-tracking this agenda in this country's education system with greater pressure upon young people to experiment with these lifestyles, even among those who have no interest in them. It will also be required that Canadians fully endorse this agenda; tolerance of them will not be enough.
These rapid developments are cause for humiliation and for earnest prayer by all Christians that God will remember mercy in His wrath against those who defy His moral and natural law. Instead of being proud of these things, we lament over them and take our burden to the Lord in prayer for our beloved Canada. Canadians urgently need the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ, so they may be delivered from a path of destruction and be reconciled to a holy and loving God, who delights to show mercy to all who will turn unto Him.
"If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land." 2Chronicles 7:14.
Let me call upon God's people everywhere to awaken to the seriousness of the times in which we live in Canada and to pray earnestly for God's intervention in grace. It is time to rally in prayer and to work for the night is coming when no man can work. Our opportunities to preach the gospel may soon be gone.
Please listen to the message preached upon the text: "Righteousness exalteth a nation: sin is a reproach to any people" (Proverbs 14;34) last Sunday evening.