Oh well, here we go again. The homosexual agenda being rammed down everyone’s throat! By the homo’s, the government and now they actually want you to think that this is normal behavior. Well excuse me! But according to the God I serve and the one who created everything and everyone, it IS NOT NORMAL, and further more, NEVER will be.
Yes, God does love these very mixed up people, but He DOES NOT approve of their sin. Just as He doesn’t approve of my sins or anyone’s.
A judge in Washington state ruled on Wednesday that a florist who refused to sell flower arrangements for a gay couple’s wedding because of her Christian faith violated state anti-discrimination law. The 70-year-old florist may now lose her business and home.
“The message of these rulings is unmistakable: the government will bring about your personal and professional ruin if you don’t help celebrate same-sex marriage,” said
Stutzman, 70, was sued in 2013 by both the state Attorney General Bob Ferguson and the couple, Robert Ingersoll and Curt Freed. The Arlene’s Flowers owner had long served the gay couple as her customers but when they asked that she provide decorations for their wedding following the state’s legalization of same-sex marriage, she declined. “If I did Rob’s wedding it would be from my heart because I think he’s a really special person,” she stated. “It wasn’t something that I flippantly said ‘oh, I’m not going to do Rob’s wedding because he’s gay.'”
Stutzman maintained that her Christian beliefs prevented her from selling flowers for the same-sex wedding, “because of (her) relationship with Jesus Christ,” according to court documents.
“Confirming the enactment of same-sex marriage, there would eventually be a direct and insoluble conflict between Stutzman’s religiously motivated conduct and the laws of the state of Washington,” Benton County Superior Court Judge Alexander Ekstrom said in his 60-page opinion.
“For over 135 years, the Supreme Court of the United States has held that laws may prohibit religiously motivated action, as opposed to belief,” the judge added, according to a copy of the document published online by the Los Angeles Times.