September 20, 2019
There is still hope. Some churches have not been totally corrupted yet. The Inquisition will remember this when the time comes.
An Oklahoma church is under investigation after a gay man claimed he was ambushed by a group of congregation members who held him down, punched him in the face and prayed for his sexuality to change.
Sean Cormie, 23, went to church at the First Assembly of God Church in Blackwell with his partner Gary Gardner on September 8.
Cormie said he went to the service because his family had urged him to attend church ever since he came out as gay last spring.
‘I wanted to go to church and make my mom proud,’ Cormie said to KFOR.
The service proceeded at is normally did but at the end, Cormie says the pastor started to preach against homosexuality and a group of 12 to 15 congregants circled around Cormie and his partner praying over them.
‘It’s a sin, it’s an abomination, you need to realize, wake up, and see it for a sin,’ Cormie said quoting the pastor.
It would have been nice to televise the whole thing.
The couple felt so overwhelmed and humiliated they tried to walk out.
‘I was so embarrassed. I felt about two inches tall when they started all this,’ Gardner said.
Cormie said his grandmother drove Gardner out of the church while Cormie was pinned down, he revealed in a Facebook post.
His “partner” is an older homosexual, what a surprise.
Can you imagine how many young men that ancient gay thing has infected with The Gay throughout its existence?
‘They hold me down, pin me down, and I’m crying, and the Holy Spirit just comes through me, and they keep speaking in tongues, praying over me,’ Cormie said.
Cormie added that he while he was pinned down and prayed over, he was punched in the face and given a black eye in the process.
‘I was just crying “mercy, mercy.'”
Cormie described the horror incident on Facebook saying: ‘They were (sic) all praying loud crying, and putting force on me praying the Gay Away. My sister is the only one that stood up for me and even some church members were (sic) saying this so so wrong.’
He added his mother and grandmother were a part of the group of congregants praying over him. He believes his family lured his there and knew about the plan to pray his sexuality away.
His witch of a sister is going to join him when the time comes.
That said, “Praying the Gay Away” is a great title for a song.
We could play that song while burning all of these faggots.
Cormie knew the pastors and feels betrayed by their alleged use of force. He added that he doesn’t believe homosexuality is a sin.
‘I love the pastors with all my heart, but what they did was totally wrong, and I want some kind of consequences out of it. I want it to be heard and known because it really saddens my heart,’ Cormie said.
He says strangers and his own family members have told his to drop the case.
‘I’m full fledged gay, you can’t change it. It’s my nature. I’m born that way, so let it be,’ he added.
Oh, but we can change that. We just need a big enough pyre.
That day of wrath, that dreadful day,
shall heaven and earth in ashes lay,
as David and the Sybil say.
What horror must invade the mind
when the approaching Judge shall find
and sift the deeds of all mankind!
The mighty trumpet’s wondrous tone
shall rend each tomb’s sepulchral stone
and summon all before the Throne.
Now death and nature with surprise
behold the trembling sinners rise
to meet the Judge’s searching eyes.
Then shall with universal dread
the Book of Consciences be read
to judge the lives of all the dead.
For now before the Judge severe
all hidden things must plain appear;
no crime can pass unpunished here.
O what shall I, so guilty plead?
and who for me will intercede?
when even Saints shall comfort need?
O King of dreadful majesty!
grace and mercy You grant free;
as Fount of Kindness, save me!
Recall, dear Jesus, for my sake
you did our suffering nature take
then do not now my soul forsake!
In weariness You sought for me,
and suffering upon the tree!
let not in vain such labor be.
O Judge of justice, hear, I pray,
for pity take my sins away
before the dreadful reckoning day.
You gracious face, O Lord, I seek;
deep shame and grief are on my cheek;
in sighs and tears my sorrows speak.
You Who did Mary’s guilt unbind,
and mercy for the robber find,
have filled with hope my anxious mind.
How worthless are my prayers I know,
yet, Lord forbid that I should go
into the fires of endless woe.
Divorced from the accursed band,
o make me with Your sheep to stand,
as child of grace, at Your right Hand.
When the doomed can no more flee
from the fires of misery
with the chosen call me.
Before You, humbled, Lord, I lie,
my heart like ashes, crushed and dry,
assist me when I die.
Full of tears and full of dread
is that day that wakes the dead,
calling all, with solemn blast
to be judged for all their past.
Lord, have mercy, Jesus blest,
grant them all Your Light and Rest. Amen.