Gay marriage passed in House of Commons UK



The former colonial master, the United Kingdom, who had put 377a in the books, today passed the laws to permit gay marriage in the UK House of Commons by a large margin of 400 to 175. It will now go to the House of Lords.

This is in contrast to Singapore which still has 377a on her statutes which makes it criminal to have gay sexual relationships let alone gay marriage. The church in Singapore wants event harsher laws to include lesbians and is rising a strong rear guard action to ensure that there is no spill over to Singapore.

It is important that Love Singapore/ NCCS begin quickly to raise up a fortress Singapore and manned her canons at Fort Siloso. Who knows whether it will come by the sea or by land, by front or by the back.

Surely its time for all night prayers at St Andrews' Cathedral to ward off the gay spirits landing our shores.

Some notable quotes from the debate in the House of Commons:-

 “Today is an important day. I am a strong believer in marriage. It helps people commit to each other and I think it is right that gay people should be able to get married too. "

“This is, yes, about equality. But it is also about making our society stronger."

 “I know there are strong views on both side of the argument – I accept that. But I think this is an important step forward for our country.”

 UK Prime Minister David Cameron

“What marriage offers us all is a lifelong partner to share our journey; a loving stable relationship to strengthen us and a mutual support throughout our lives.”

”I believe this is something that should be embraced by more couples. The depth of feeling, love and commitment is no different between same-sex couples than opposite-sex couples.”

UK Culture Secretary and Minister for Equalities, Maria Miller

The reprecussions when Gay marriage finally becomes legal in Britian is very substantial as it will set a precedence in the former colonial countries such as Australia, New Zealand and India.

Change is coming. It just gets so much faster as water gushers down the mountain rivers and gaining speed and volume in her onward journey for God's justice and will to prevail. 

The Catholics in Rome and the Anglican South will be having their last stand soon before the waters go out to the sea, and gay marriage and equal rights becomes accepted throughout the nations and perhaps even in Singapore.




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