Will we stand against the demonic?

Jun 8, 2023 by

by Campbell Campbell-Jack, A Grain of Sand:

Life in a moral wasteland.

The increasing marginalisation of Christianity may be welcomed by opinion-formers but it presents a fundamental challenge for society. With the decline of Christian teachings and godly values there has followed an abandonment of those moral principles which provide the glue holding society together.

Ours is a world where an MP, someone who helps make laws shaping our society, is suspended by his party for allegedly sexually harassing young women and boasting about taking prostitutes into Parliament. A world where the fourth largest group in parliament are MPs suspended by their parties and sitting as independents. A world where a new female MP was given a list of 30 other MPs to avoid being alone with because of their reputation for sexual harassment.

It’s not only politicians; Britain itself has become a selfish, sexualised society. Cases of gonorrhoea have soared by 50 per cent in the past year to the highest on record, while those of syphilis are the highest since 1948. Adultery, homosexuality, sex outwith marriage, gender confusion and pornography are not only accepted but defended. Sexual perversions are considered by many as normal and to be celebrated. Children are indoctrinated into the acceptance of deviancy. As Malcolm X said, ‘Only a fool would let his enemy teach his children.’

The Source of the Problem

As we look at decadent Western society we are forced to remember Ephesians 6:12, ‘For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms.’

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