A homophobic and bigoted pastor in Singapore is once again promoting hatred – yes, it’s hatred. If you cannot let peace whose opinion and life differs from you, then you are judging and Jesus told us “Do NOT judge.”
The LGBTI community in Singapore wears pink and the annual festival is called Pink Dot.
On Facebook page LoveSingapore, Khong says that wearing white (as opposed to pink) is a ‘pro-Family, pro-Government, pro-Singapore’ stance.
‘It is a message to our Government that we fully support its pro-Family policies,’ he writes.
He also encourages Christians to ‘arise’ and fight for ‘personal purity and public morality,’ not without quoting the late bible teacher Howard Hendricks about dying for one’s conviction.
‘A belief is something you will argue about. A conviction is something you will die for.’
I disagree. I think that living and loving is preferable than dying for a belief based on hatred. in John 1: we read GOD IS LOVE. and Jesus said, “Judge NOT and love your neighbour.”
The Wearing of White – so Inappropriate!
Wearing white does not show ‘purity’ Your white clothes are darkened by hatred – anyone that loves God and hates his neighbour is a murderer( words of Jesus). Your white clothes are also responsible for the red blood of violence and the yellow stains of spewing words. http://stories4hotbloodedlesbians.com I have nearly 250,000 visitors – some of their stories of persecution makes me cry! “Abide in love.” Wearing white does not show ‘purity’ Your white clothes are darkened by hatred – anyone that loves God and hates his neighbour is a murderer( words of Jesus). Your white clothes are also responsible for the red blood of violence and the yellow stains of spewing words.
What My Site Stands Against
I have nearly 250,000 visitors – some of your stories of persecution makes me cry, and it is often done in the name of God. How does God want us to live. Jesus told us – “Abide in love.
The Faith Baptist church of Singapore and its community cannot allow LGBTI people to exist and their pastor, Lawrence Khong, is at the head of the judging trial. Has he not heard of the Holocaust, where people who were simply born Jewish had their rights
Pink Dot is a movement started in 2009 to raise awareness and support for Singapore’s LGBTI community. At its celebrations, participants are encouraged to wear pink to show their support for the ‘freedom to love,’ which is also the campaign’s slogan.
Over the years, Pink Dot has grown from strength to strength, eventually becoming one of the biggest pride festivals in the region. Other places like Taiwan, Hong Kong and Okinawa in Japan have also caught on and organized their own Pink Dot events. WATCH OUT FOR PINK DOT EVENTS AROUND JUNE 3/4.
You might like to visit PinkDot.sg