The glory or abomination of the rainbow

For many years we enjoyed the colours of the rainbow, bringing life and energy to any surface that paintbrush touched. This enjoyment changed suddenly one day. The adoption of the rainbow by the LGBTQ+ movement changed the world’s perception of the rainbow, sullying it and leaving a bad taste in our mouths.

Today, those who walk with God struggle to use the rainbow anywhere because they do not want to support the LGBTQ+ movement. This action has deprived them of something extraordinary by the fear of misrepresentation by association. Many people are not aware of the scriptural significance of the rainbow and the reason the LGBTQ+ movement has invested so much in adopting it. Black lives matter, the National Health Service, pride month, business logos, colour schemes, and themes are just some of the avenues they have used to push their agenda.

A calculating and cunning move, but why?

God used the rainbow as a token for his covenant with the earth (Genesis 9:12-16), not to destroy it by flood again. But what most people are not aware of is the glory of God, and the brightness surrounding him is as the rainbow (Ezekiel 1:28).

The LGBTQ+ movement has likened itself to the glory of God. They have deliberately provoked God and defiled the image of his glory. This action is a direct attack on God himself, changing the perception of God in the eyes of everyone into an abomination.

Can you imagine this?

When establishing a kingdom (dominion, reign, rule or realm), all opposition to that kingdom must be suppressed or destroyed, whether in action or thought. The kingdom on earth we live in today is against God, and the LGBTQ+ movement is only one facet used to destroy the principles and idea of God.

2 Thessalonians 2:1-10

This kingdom on earth has established itself in the hearts of the people. The man of sin sits in the temple of God as if he were God. He lords over the people and takes the position of God in his arrogance. Sin has consumed the people’s daily lives and increasingly what seems like the air they breathe. This play on words is to highlight the prevalence and acceptance of this stain and uncleanness.

1 Corinthians 3:16-17, 1 Corinthians 6:15-20

The body is the temple of God. The destruction of the physical sanctuary is immaterial (Matthew 24:2), as the sanctuary of our body remains (John 4:21-23). Jesus builds our body with the acceptance of his testimony — worship God (Revelation 19:10). By keeping our body and spirit clean per the instructions of the scriptures and the comforter sent to us (John 16:7), we indeed worship God.

Ezekiel 44:7 and Ezekiel 44:9 shows the importance that God places on keeping our body and spirit undefiled.

When God enters the sanctuary of our body, then we are privy to his mysteries (Psalms 73). When we commit totally to him, as did Enoch (Genesis 5:24), the secrets of the kingdom will be ours through the revelations of God, and we will be the saints, the remnant and the faithful servants of God (1 Peter 4:18).

Do not hurry the day of the Lord if you are not privy to the mysteries (Amos 5:18-20). Do not wish for the end to come until you commit entirely to God despite the alliance of this kingdom to swallow each person en masse or one by one.

1 Corinthians 6:9-10, Romans 8:8-9

They will persecute you daily until you accept their mark and serve the enemy and deny God.


These things I have spoken unto you, that in me ye might have peace. In the world ye shall have tribulation: but be of good cheer; I have overcome the world.

John 16:33

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