David Cameron and Barack Obama

David Cameron and Barack Obama two gentlemen
who are opposing Gods law if same sex marriage becomes law

Both the United Kingdom and the USA are Christian countries built on a belief in God.

You two gentlemen are opposing Gods law if same sex marriage becomes law.

The reference below is from the Bible, the book that we gained our Knowledge of God from.

We cannot be a Christian Country built on the book that instructs us all and at the same time oppose the law of God.

You two men it would appear think more of your image than the one who gave you life ?

Read it and think deeply, more deeply that you ever have in your lives.

We are drifting further and further away from God.

Update 29 03 14

Today the first Homosexuals married, today Britain is no longer great.

If the 1940s were our finest hours, these are our worst.

We and the USA are God less nations.

If you who reads this think of yourself as a believer, read what happened the Israelites.

They were banished from the good land he had given them.

Because of this, God gave them over to shameful lusts.

Even their women exchanged natural relations for unnatural ones.

In the same way the men also abandoned natural
relations with women and were inflamed with lust for one another.

Men committed indecent acts with other men, and received in themselves the due penalty for their perversion.

Furthermore, since they did not think it worthwhile to retain the knowledge of God,
he gave them over to a depraved mind, to do what ought not to be done.

They have become filled with every kind of wickedness, evil, greed and depravity.

There are many more references to this in the Bible.

Update 14 04 14


You have just passed a law that is totally contrary to Gods law, how can you be a Christian ?

"I also gave them over to statutes that were not good and laws they could not live by."

"I let them become defiled."

David Cameron speaks of Christian faith in Easter message

David Cameron has spoken of the "peace" and "guidance" he finds in his Christian faith.

In a rare comment on his own religious beliefs, the prime minister stressed the importance of teaching children about the religious aspects of Easter.

He told BBC Radio Norfolk he wanted Nancy, Arthur and Florence to understand that the festival was more than just "chocolate eggs".

It comes as Downing Street released Mr Cameron's Easter message on YouTube.

In it, he says: "Easter is not just a time for Christians across our country to reflect, but a time for our whole country to reflect on what Christianity brings to Britain."

He speaks of the "countless acts of kindness" carried out every day across the UK by "those who believe in and follow Christ".

Miller resignation

"The heart of Christianity is to 'love thy neighbour' and millions do really live that out," he added, praising Alpha courses run in prisons and the "spirit" shown by those who had helped rescue residents during the winter storms across southern England.

He said the government had increased funding for the Near Neighbours programme, which encourages members of different faith groups in the inner cities to work together on "social action" projects.

Mr Cameron held a reception for Christian leaders in Downing Street on Wednesday, following a day dominated by the resignation of Culture Secretary Maria Miller after a row over her expenses.

"The Bible tells us to bear one another's burdens. After the day I've had I'm definitely looking for volunteers," he told the gathering.

According to reports on the Bloomberg news service, the prime minister made no reference to gay marriage, a policy overseen by Mrs Miller but which threatened to damage his government's relationship with the Church of England, in his comments.

Instead, he thanked churches for the work they did with the poor and urged them to speak up for Christians suffering persecution around the world.

'Our saviour'

He said his "moments of greatest peace" occurred every other Thursday morning, when he attended Eucharist at St Mary Abbots, the west London church linked to the school his children attend.

"I find a little bit of peace and hopefully a bit of guidance," he added.

Mr Cameron is said to have referred to Jesus Christ as "our saviour" during the talk.

In an interview with BBC Norfolk on Thursday, Mr Cameron said he and his children mulled over "what Easter is all about" as they ate breakfast that morning.

"I was very impressed with their knowledge about Good Friday and Easter Sunday," he said.

"We had a bit of a conversation about that, (that) it wasn't about chocolate eggs.

"That was one of the themes at breakfast in the Cameron household."

British politicians have traditionally shied away from talking about their own religious beliefs in public, an attitude summed up by Tony Blair's former spin doctor Alastair Campbell, who in 2003 was reported to have said: "We don't do God."

Mr Blair was received into the Roman Catholic faith after leaving office and set up a Faith Foundation to promote better understanding between religious groups around the world.

26 01 15


This man spoke the truth it appears this church puts mans laws above the God it pretends to believe in.

Weather you personally believe in God or not, this church is openly going against its own father figure, God.


Kentucky clerk jailed for defying court orders on gay marriage

A US judge has ordered a Kentucky official jailed for contempt of court after she has repeatedly refused to issue marriage licences to gay homosexual couples.

A brave lady to stand up for our God in this evil world : )

Update 30 01 16 David Cameron Supports Homosexual & Lesbian Marriage  http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-20644451

David Cameron either prefers to be popular with mankind for his own gain than obey Gods Law, or he is a complete fool ?

Update 19 09 19 David Cameron Says
  • Legalising gay marriage was perhaps his "proudest" achievement in office.
The man says that he is a Christian ?

David Cameron either prefers to be popular with mankind for his own gain than obey Gods Law, or he is a complete fool ?