Dem Leader Says the Quiet Part Out Loud ‘…God’s Will is No Concern of this Congress.’

A prominent Democrat said the quiet part ‘out loud’ during a hearing in the house on the monstrous Equality Act when he responded to another member quoting scripture in defense of the biblical roles or men and women that “God’s will is no concern of this Congress.”

Quoting scripture that says ‘A woman must not wear men’s clothing nor a man wear women’s clothing, for the Lord your God detests anyone who does this’, Republican congressman Greg Steube explained that God designed sex and gender a certain way, and that those who seek to overthrow that design are being rebellious to God’s will, which will ultimately result in judgment from God.

“It’s not clothing or personal style that offends God, but rather the use of one’s appearance to act out or take on a sexual identity different from the one biologically assigned by God at birth. In his wisdom, God intentionally made each individual uniquely either male or female.

When men or women claim to be able to choose their own identity, they’re making a statement that God did not know what he was doing when he created them. I’m going to quote directly from Dr. Tony Evan’s commentary bible on this passage of scripture.

‘Men and women equally share in bearing the image of God, but he has designed them to be distinct from and complementary toward one another. The gender confusion that exists in our culture today is a clear rejection of God’s good design. Whenever a nation’s laws reflect the standards of God, that nation is in rebellion against him, and will inevitably bear the consequences.

And I think we are seeing the consequences of rejecting God here in our country today, and this bill speaks directly against what is laid out in scripture, our government, through this bill, is going to redesign what a woman is, and what a man is. It can be anyone, who identifies in that gender…”

The claims by Represantative Stuebe ultimately prompted Democratic Representative Jerry Nadler, the Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee to respond:

Mr. Steube, what any religious tradition describes as God’s will is no concern of this Congress.



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6 thoughts on “Dem Leader Says the Quiet Part Out Loud ‘…God’s Will is No Concern of this Congress.’

  1. “Whenever a nation’s laws reflect the standards of God, that nation is in rebellion against him, and will inevitably bear the consequences.” This should say REJECT.

    God helps us all. The spiral down gets faster by the day.

  2. Looks like the party of Satan is getting closer to owning the fact that the majority of their goals are opposed to God’s.

  3. NAdler. The very name brings to mind that certain snivelling weasel hall monitor type from high school that always got his clock cleaned in the parking lot.

  4. Jerry Nadler is just another Talmudic, antiChrist , handsomely paid ,snivelling, professing jew. He and his Babylonian tribe are nothing but lying imposters working for the “synagogue” of satan. Your congress is now full of them !

  5. Makes me wonder what Schumer’s excuse will be when he stands before the Lord Jesus in judgment and if it will be if it will be the standard “I didn’t have a chance” excuse or “you didn’t make yourself known to me.”

    Anything but taking responsibility for himself and his rank wickedness. Has Romans 2:28-29 ever been more true, or am I misinterpreting it? For if my understanding is correct, who truly are the Jews?

  6. Duh. American politics have been in the toilet for well over 100 years, and her society at large has been reprobate much longer. Praise God for a congressman who is willing to shared the light of Gods word on this wicked nation’s sin.
    “I charge thee before God and our Lord Jesus Christ, who shall judge the quick and the dead at his appearing and kingdom; preach the Word; reprove, rebuke, exhort with all long suffering and doctrine.” 2 Tim 4:1-2
    Regardless of the societal and political trajectory of the nation/world, preachers must be faithful to the call. Our pastors have been negligent, but if you’ve still got breath, you can still repent! Let’s get back to preaching the word!

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