Wells Fargo and ‘Transgender Pride’

So now we’ve got a transgender flag. Isn’t that freakin’ wonderful?

There’s almost nothing that can be said about this story: Wells Fargo lights up its big office building in Charlotte, NC, in support of “transgender pride,” with the colors of some “transgender flag” ( http://www.sfgate.com/news/article/transgender-flag-Wells-Fargo-North-Carolina-7227279.php ).

A Christian friend of mine advises me to ignore stuff like this. “It’s not the Christian’s job to stop the tidal wave,” he said. “Just tell people there’s a way they can get out of it.”

That may be. But my heart is lacerated with shame for my country, and burdened with a fear of God’s wrath.

Mene, Mene, Tekel, Upharsin.

2 comments on “Wells Fargo and ‘Transgender Pride’

  1. And they do these things against the holiness and righteousness of Our God. As you so often say, Lee, ‘May God remember that these things are done without our consent, against our will, and over our objections.’ This nation is, as my dad used to say, cruisin’ for a bruisin’.

    I pray things go well with your aunt and that nothing more riles you up, at least until your blood pressure medication can get a good hold.

  2. I certainly get your friend’s message, but at the same time, I understand yours even more. It is said the “sons of Issachar were men who understood the times, and knew what Israel ought to do…” that too, is a valid truth. We can’t be ostriches, just not to dwell over long on the bad, lest we become overwhelmed.
    Praying for you. Be strong.

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