Thursday, March 2, 2017

Leave It Alone

Why does Hollywood have to try so hard to cram sin down our throats? It used to be we "just" had to have attempts to cram sleeping around, nudity, and foul language down our throats. It was easier to skip those movies because it was so obvious and the rating almost always gave it away. Or it was obvious because the made books that went against Biblical teachings into movies. These books like the 50 Shades series and The Shack we knew were books we shouldn't partake in, so it's obvious we shouldn't partake of the movies.

But that wasn't enough. It just wasn't good enough for Hollywood. Now they are attempting to hurt children. Disney has done it twice this year alone.

Their first attempt is a show called "Star vs. the Forces of Evil". There seems to be a boyband concert and everyone is kissing (why does that even need to be in a kids show), if you look at the scene, it's VERY obvious that there are a few same sex couples kissing (the kiss is obvious and very much not a silly friend kiss and the sex of the couples are very obvious). Attempting to normalize sin so our kids won't call it sin, recognize it as sin, or care if it's sin.

The second attempt this year (remember, it's only the second day of March) is coming soon. It's the new "Beauty and the Beast" movie. Oh, you know, Belle dancing, the pretty rose losing it's petals, the baffoon Gaston. Yeah. No. LaFeu will be gay and have an "exclusively gay moment" that is "delicious" as he "explores his sexuality" since he's gay and has feelings for Gaston. (the quotes are all the director's exact terminology, I am not basing this on anti-sites, but on his own interview with a major non-conservative media channel). WHY? Oh, that's right, to make sin normal, pretty, and to hurt our kids.

So, Disney, we are done. You want to hurt my kids, I will cut you out of my kids lives just like I would someone that held a knife in a threatening manner.

By the way, Disney, I would just like to leave this here for you, "And whosoever shall offend one of these little ones that believe in me, it is better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and he were cast into the sea." Mark 9:42

"It were better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and he cast into the sea, than that he should offend one of these little ones." Luke 17:2


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