Julaine’s speech at the marriage rally

Listen to Julaine’s speech yesterday at the Madison Marriage Rally co-sponsored by National Organization for Marriage (NOM) and Wisconsin Family Action.

You can still hear Julaine, despite the counter-rally of rather loud homosexual activists.

Sen. Glenn Grothman (R-West Bend) spoke to the purpose behind the counter-rally.

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11 comments on “Julaine’s speech at the marriage rally

  1. Robert says:

    Thanks to WFA, NOM and their supporters. It was a powerful stand against New Sodom.

  2. Judy Housel says:

    Nicely done Julaine. May the Lord Bless you for standing on Truth.
    and Blessing to you too Sen. Grothman.

  3. Jason says:

    Great job, you are exactly right Senator. Homosexual extremists are incredibly insecure people. When they have enough leverage in society to do what they want it will be a scary sight. Lord willing Christian people will stand up and make sure that never happens.

  4. Sue says:

    God help us and our pastors and priests to speak out against this sinful lifestyle. Diversity and tolerance (excluding God and true Biblical truths) are ingrained in our society; in our workplace, schools, etc. We need God’s strength to speak out.

  5. Lori says:

    Julaine & friends,
    Thank you so much for representing us when we were unable to attend. You don’t know how much you all mean to us. Thank God for you. Thank you Senator, for reminding us that Truth will always be True.
    Keep up the good fight.
    Love Lori & Pete

  6. […] Julaine Appling’s speech (Wisconsin Family Action President), harrassed by gay activists. […]

  7. Charlotte Skoviera says:

    Julaine & Family Action:

    Thank you for standing up against the “gay rights” agenda. Thank you for fighting for Biblical Truth that marriage is between 1 man and 1 woman. Thank you Senator for speaking the Truth.
    Keep Fighting,
    God Bless,
    Charlotte

  8. […] Julaine Appling’s speech (Wisconsin Family Action President), harrassed by gay activists. […]

  9. Brad says:

    I wish and pray that the Wisconsin Family Voice would be a voice for the families headed by same gender parents as well. The children of those families matter too and they deserve the stability that marriage brings to a family. It baffles me that this organization supposedly is all for the family. But it actually works to hurt the children in same gender families. In reality, families headed by hetero parents are not affected in any way by same gender couples being allowed to marry. Not in any way. The parents don’t love each other or their kids less. God doesn’t think less of them or their marriage. It is selfish of us not to think of the children in same gender families. God loves them too and wants the best for them.

  10. Brad says:

    Sue, you speak of their sinful lifestyle. Regardless of how you view homosexuality, most of the people in our country live a sinful lifestyle. I struggle with sin myself. “If we say we have no sin”….you know. And yet, as with all people who are unbelievers, shouldn’t we support them and try to do the best we can to help them raise their families and be in committed relationships??? We scream about the sanctity of marriage and yet, even among Christians, the divorce rate is over 50%. And look at what this intolerance (and let’s be honest, we don’t want to tolerate the gays–we think they’re immoral) is doing. The intolerance is driving people–gay and straight–away from the church. Think of how Jesus treated sinners–the woman at the well, the prostitute caught in adultery by the Pharisees, the dinner at the tax collector’s house. He didn’t organize summer bus tours to tell the world how horrible they were. He told them they were loved by Someone more important than anyone or anything else in the world. Even for those who crucified Him, “Father, forgive them….” Haven’t we done enough damage to the reputation of our wonderful Lord? What would happen if Christians actually supported gays and lesbians getting married and supported their relationships and supported their families and invited their families to church potlucks? I would bet that we would be able to harvest a lot more fruit for our Savior than we are now. And isn’t that what it’s all about? Be blessed.

    • Nate says:

      Brad,
      In all gentleness, you are missing the heartbeat of the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ, and is so very commonplace today. The message of Christ Jesus is definetly not one of tolerating sin, and the power of the Gospel is not only exerted for the forgiveness of sin but also to have victory over it! Now that is good news! Jesus Christ has made available, to all who depend on Him for eternal life, everything we need to live a life of Godliness through the empowering of the Holy Spirit. A blood bought follower of Christ does not have to hopelessly struggle with sin issues but can find absolute victory and freedom in a life of faith in the power of God.
      The Bible accounts you give are some of my favorites because they highlight the truth aforementioned.
      Take the tax collector, Zacheaus. When he was finished meeting with Christ he repented (changed his mind) of his evil behavior and set out to turn away from wickedness by “giving half of his goods to the poor and restoring 4x that which he had stolen.” This was done out of love for what Christ had accomplished for him. By doing this he far exceeded what the Mosaic Law required for restoring stolen property, and this was done through the power of the Gospel. It is the only place in Scripture that I know of that Christ said, “Salvation has come to this house today”
      And many people leave out Christ’s final words to the woman caught in adultery. He said “No man condemn you? Neither do I. GO AND SIN NO MORE”
      The new testament is full of accounts of victory over sin and instruction to followers of Christ Jesus to access the power of God for Holy living, and not only that, it is full of exhortations to flee wickedness and lust.
      Only God knows what sorrow overwhelms me when I see other professing Christians living immoral lives, (yes, this includeds divorce) and how their lives are a testimony against the very Christ they confess to love.
      The churches are emptying out due to a lack of power ammongst church leaders and professing Christians. They have compromised on many issues and people see no purpose in religion toward God.
      God loves every person no matter how wicked, that is why He came to deliver us from the power of sin, death and hell.

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