STATEMENT FROM THE CAYMAN MINISTERS’ ASSOCIATION
RE: PROPOSED LGBTQ MARCH
We the Pastors of the Cayman Ministers’ Association wish to express our very strong disapproval and deep concern regarding the proposed LGBTQ march. This does not in any way represent the historical Christian values of our society and moreso, it disregards and opposes God’s standard that He gave us in His word regarding marriage and sexual expression. We should not celebrate that which God condemns.
Regardless of what other nations are doing, we cannot in the name of accommodation and compromise disregard God’s word on the one hand, and expect His blessing and protection on the other hand.
God is the One who designed us. We cannot improve on His design. When we disregard His word regarding marriage and human sexuality, we do so at our own peril.
Let us not forget what happened to Sodom and Gomorrah. There is a day of judgment coming when all of us will stand before Almighty God to answer for what we have done in this life. We cannot wait until that time to amend our ways individually and collectively.
God has our best interest at heart. Following His word is always best for us. We have all sinned and we need to repent and turn to God. When we do that, He will forgive us and receive us. That is why Jesus died on the cross. When we ask Him to come into our hearts, He will and we can overcome our sinful passions.
May God help us to call upon Him, individually and also collectively as a nation. Let us obey His word and follow His way. This will be in the best interest of our children, our youth and the long-term prosperity of the Cayman Islands.
May God bless our nation.
From Torrance Bobb
on behalf of the Cayman Ministers’ Association
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Well done pastor. The word of God is powerful. He loves us but hates sin. The time to seek Him earnestly is now.
As a citizen of this country, I have nothing against people who are living a sinful lifestyle. That is between them and God. It is not for Christians to condemn them. God has the last say. The only thing I don't want to see, are "gay rights" forcing people to accept their lifestyle as a normal and good thing, and they using our Courts and laws to do so ... I think people should have the right not too accept their version of "rights." Jus sayin - Moreover, LGBTQ ideaology should not be pushed on our children without parents consent. Thay's disespect to parents! ... Other than that, gays are free to do what they want to do, so long they don't use our legal system to force their gayness on us. I THINK THAT IS BEING FAIR TO ALL THOSE WHO BELIEVE IN THE VALUE OF NATURAL LAW AND NATURAL RIGHTS. Regards, M.
Pastors and Ministers in the Cayman are on the wrong side of history.
The United Church of Jamaica and Grand Cayman should voice the Church's position on this matter.
Well spoken from our ministers association! They represent a majority of the citizens of this country.
We cannot respect nor honor any government that disregards the Words of God and our Constitution.
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In the USA we have lost our way on so many fronts and other than occasionally from the pulpit opposition to this lifestyle is seldom spoken out against.
Thank you for standing firm pastor Bob!!!!!