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Exposing the Sex Offenders Who Molest Teens Children - Homosexuals Reproduce Themselves through Pedophile Behavior - http:cross.tv72088 - Mary Heathman - Exposes the Deadly cultural legacy of the homosexual movement in America. Pornography addiction is feeding the breakdown of the family and is twisting the minds of the next generation. Today, America has become a nation of predators and it's culture has set the perfect conditions for a sexual predator to warp the sexual identities of many generations of men and women. It is now time for Every American to teach their children sound biblical based ethics with is based on absolute truth and a genuine personal relationship with the One and Only Holy God through Jesus Christ as Lord and convicting power of the Holy Spirit. It is also time the older generations of genuine Christians to be a true example of Jesus Christ to a lost, broken, and dying world in order to leave a godly legacy for others to follow generations to come.Too many Americans are being entertained by shows like the one on NBC Dateline called to catch a predator, but all Americans should not only be interested in the arrest and conviction of those who hurt and abuse children and teens; we all should be interested in these people getting healing and deliverance from the sexual immorality. You see, the crimes that are caught on TV are only the ones we see publicly, but for so many people they are NOT caught and friends and family members are not confronting these issues until it is too late and a next generation of pedophiles and sexual deviants arises; as a result, America becomes filled with vampire-like predators feeding and preying on the most innocent among us. This has got to stop! Get Freedom from it today http:jesus-heals-sex.blogspot.comSodom and Gomorrah weren't mythical cities that God destroyed - they were very real and you can visit them today nearby the dead sea. Sodom & Gomorrah Evidence http:www.cross.tv41280A sick, self-centered nation that would allow or become indifferent about butchering its own children in the womb, will one day have no problem abusing them outside of the womb. That's why Freedom from Homosexuality is so Important: In a blind Survey, 73% of Homosexual Men confessed that they were sexually attracted to young males and boys. Reference: (Karla Jay and Allen Young. The Gay Report: Lesbians and Gay Men Speak Out About Sexual Experiences and Lifestyles. (New York: Summit Books, 1979) p. 275) That figure is way too high! That information is so damaging to the gay agenda that they have tried to censor it.Historically, rampant homosexuality is that one social taboo that always accelerated the fall of civilized nations. "A people that are spiritually suicidal have no problem with policies and agendas that result in and guarantee their nations self-destruction."Demographic Winter http:www.cross.tv30550
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