Alliance Westminster candidate rages against Bible verses being displayed in public

Psalm 2:1-4: “Why do the heathen rage, and the people imagine a vain thing? The kings of the earth set themselves, and the rulers take counsel together, against the Lord, and against his anointed, saying, Let us break their bands asunder, and cast away their cords from us. He that sitteth in the heavens shall laugh: the Lord shall have them in derision.”

The Alliance Party is very much the party of ecumenism in Northern Ireland.

Seeking to do away with religious differences in our land, steeped in the glorious good news of the gospel, is one of its key priorities.

Increasingly in recent years it has moved in a direction so far removed from anything which could conceivably be called Christian that it is hard to imagine how any professing believer could even countenance casting a vote for them.

With their support for sodomite ‘marriage’ and apparent contentment at seeing babies murdered, or, to use the euphemistic term favoured by the world, aborted, the Alliance Party is positioning itself at the front of the rage against God in our land.

This can be seen as several of its more high-profile members are open sodomites.

This includes MLA and Westminster election candidate for South Antrim, John Blair, Westminster election candidate for Upper Bann, Eoin Tennyson and Westminster election candidate for East Londonderry, Chris McCaw. The Westminster election takes place tomorrow (Thursday).

And it is the latter of these three whose rage against God we wish to bring to a wider audience.

We have been contacted by a reader of the page who has sent us a photograph of an article which appeared in the Coleraine Chronicle newspaper, based in what would be the largest town in the East Londonderry constituency which Chris McCaw (pictured, top) is contesting.

In it, he has hit out against the lawful painting of Scripture verses on a sea defence wall close to the promenade in the seaside town of Portstewart, close to Coleraine.

The verses painted on, with the permission of the local council, Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council, can be seen in the aforementioned picture we received, below.

For your convenience, the verses referenced are Psalm 95:5, with the excerpt: “The sea is his, and he made it”, John 3:7, with the excerpt: “Ye must be born again” and Romans 5:8, with the excerpt: “Christ died for us”.

They are hardly very offensive verses, are they? Though of course we are reminded in 1 Peter 2:7-8 that: “Unto you therefore which believe he is precious: but unto them which be disobedient, the stone which the builders disallowed, the same is made the head of the corner, And a stone of stumbling, and a rock of offence, even to them which stumble at the word, being disobedient: whereunto also they were appointed.”

Those offended by God’s Word are “them which be disobedient” and, of course, to be a homosexual, as Chris McCaw, a member of that council is, is to be at odds with and demonstrate disobedience to God, who calls such an “abomination”.

Quoted in the article, Chris McCaw says: “I have the deepest respect for people of faith and they have every right to express their views publicly” (here is the honeyed words before the poison is injected).

“However (here we go), given the location of this message and the fact that it is located so prominently in a public place, I don’t think this is an appropriate way of expressing this point of view.”

The report further states that Councillor McCaw “would be contacting council officers on the appropriateness of the message”.

Alliance Party Westminster candidate Chris McCaw is further quoted, saying: “Messages on public property should be mindful that we live in a diverse society. We also need to remember this is a tourist area with people of various faiths or none visiting from all over the world.

“We should have an area welcoming to all and not have such prominent displays of one viewpoint, especially on public property.

“This will also feature prominently in any photos taken of Portstewart prom from that angle, which risks a diverse and moderate town being tied to one particular message.”

One of course wonders where this sodomite would consider an appropriate place for these Bible verses to be displayed?

Chris McCaw certainly betrays his true intentions when he says there should not be “such prominent displays of one viewpoint, especially on public property”.

So he would like to bring in regulation for private property too, then?

After all, he says, “especially” on public property, not “solely”, or “exclusively”, but rather leaves the door open for the preventing of any Scripture message being displayed in a public fashion from either public or private property.

Does Chris McCaw object to the parading of the filthy sodomite ‘Pride’ parades through the public streets of our cities, in Belfast, Londonderry and Newry? We highly doubt it.

Does Chris McCaw object to council offices and other public buildings being lit up in the colours of the ‘Pride’ movement or flying the ‘Pride’ flag from public buildings? We highly doubt it.

These are divisive issues, with many people of “various faiths or none” opposed to the insidious LGBT agenda.

But of course Chris McCaw is happy for such actions to be carried out supporting something cursed by God and which brought down His fiery judgment in times past.

Jude v 7 reminds us of this truth, saying: “Even as Sodom and Gomorrha, and the cities about them in like manner, giving themselves over to fornication, and going after strange flesh, are set forth for an example, suffering the vengeance of eternal fire.”

This is simply an example of an anti-God agenda being propagated by one who has chosen to live in open defiance of Him and His Word.

And this is but typical of the Alliance Party, which continually demonstrates its opposition to Bible-believing Christianity, which was once the foundation stone of our land and which is now being eroded by the ecumenical churches and this ecumenical party.

As we have stated before, this page does not take a stance in favour of any political party, but rather we stand, as God helps us, against religious error, compromise and against any who shake their puny fists against the almighty God of heaven.

However, we urge any who might even be vaguely considering voting in favour of the Alliance Party to remember that a vote for the Alliance Party is a vote against God.

Praise God that we are reminded in the passage at the top of this article that while “the rulers take counsel together, against the Lord”, we are encouraged with the sure and certain knowledge that “He that sitteth in the heaven shall laugh: the Lord shall have them in derision”.

Hallelujah, our God is still on the throne, He is sovereign in all things and He can turn again our land to Himself.

Let us pray earnestly to that end and that there would be a revival of true godliness and holiness in our land, that the blasphemies of Romanism, the apostasy of mainstream ‘Protestantism’, the confusion and delusion of charismatism and the godlessness of society would be turned on its head, caused to retreat, and that God would be exalted and magnified and central in our land once again.

2 Chronicles 7:14: “If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.”

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