The blasphemous, despicable, perverse presentation of the rainbow’s colors by certain people is far worse than anything any man can do at any time to anyone of any color, anywhere.  I have limited myself to the adverbs in the aforementioned sentence so as to be nicer than the raiders of the rainbow.

Wrapping oneself in the holy bow is tantamount to covering oneself with fig leaves as a way to conceal personal sin in order to look good.  It’s pretty obvious what is going on, and the sin is pretty obvious, too.  Yet men pirate the rainbow, taking from a righteous God what is not theirs and lampooning it to their unrighteousness.  In many ways, it’s a tactic from the liberals’ playbook, that is, distribute to others what is not theirs (wealth, property, or in this case, a sign of that which is holy).

This is a matter of God’s righteousness:  either one is righteous in the eyes of God or one is not.  God’s righteousness cannot be mocked; it cannot be maligned.  But it is.  It must not be these things, for that is slanderous!  One cannot do evil so that good may come, as Paul inferred in Romans 3:8.  “There is none righteous, no, not one.  There is none who does good, no, not one,” he and David report (Romans 3:10; Psalm 14:3).

It would be better for one to assemble his own color scheme and display his sin with that, rather than ravage the rainbow.  God could prefer that.  The lukewarm temperament to wave a rainbow in glee of one’s sin, whether or not one claims to be a believer, will get a regurgitating reaction from the Heavenly Father.  “I know your works, that you are neither cold nor hot.  I could wish you were cold or hot.  So then, because you are lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will vomit you out of My mouth,” says the Lord to he who has an ear to hear what He is saying (Revelation 3:15-16, 22).  Oh, you haven’t heard?  Well, if you’re reading this, now you have.

Not only all of this, but it is rude; on the other hand, one who is not on the Lord’s side of things couldn’t care less about being rude, crude, and lewd.  And it is, indeed, a more despicable act than perpetrating racism.  It is rude and it is racist; for using color of any kind to cover up evilness so one can strut his self-perceived goodness dirties every color…  of the rainbow and of people.


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