CONFESSIONS OF A STREET PREACHER: A stranger in a strange land

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Exodus 2:22 KJV — And she bare him a son, and he called his name Gershom: for he said, I have been a stranger in a strange land.

Strange night last night. Children got in free at the pride fest. Parents bringing their small children was strange. Strange to think these people never heard sin and pride and perverted sex is wrong. Strange to hear so many people say Jesus loves me just the way I am. Strange to see people wearing dog costumes.
It wasn’t strange to hear them blaspheme. It wasn’t strange to see them mocking and kissing and hating Jesus Christ. It wasn’t strange to see the corruption of God’s image. Somehow it wasn’t strange to use words like repent and wicked and hell. It was a strange start to a strange weekend.
They heard of Jesus Christ his love and mercy. His willingness to forgive. I started with,
IT’S NOT GOD’S PLAN

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