Am I Not a Woman and a Sister

I Am Kim Davis

Written by Brad Caldwell on September 4, 2015.

I Am Kim Davis
I Am Kim Davis! Religious Liberty Matters!

I don’t know about you, but I’m absolutely outraged at the hatred, bigotry, and vitriolic intolerance shown by the left (and even the cowardice shown by many Republicans and Republican candidates for President [instance Carly Fiorina]) shown against Kim Davis! If we give up our first amendment, we have nothing in this country anymore. This is pathetic – that a woman who respectfully declines to do what Obama himself said he was against as recently as a few years ago, is arrested and put in jail. Absolute double-standard. This is just unacceptable. America needs to stand up and say so. Thank you, TED CRUZ, that you are actually defending the first amendment. You DESERVE to be President!

Stand with Kim Davis
Stand with Kim Davis!

It would be hypocritical enough if Kim Davis was forced to quit her job (because Democrats pick and choose what they want to obey [instance amnesty, Constitution, etc.]); but to put her in jail in absolutely insufferable! Kim Davis is getting death threats, people are threatening to blow up her house – why? – because she won’t do what she believes is morally wrong. Wow, nothing says TOLERANCE like a death threat, huh? The gay couple might have to spend an extra few hours to go to some other courthouse, in order to do what has been illegal for centuries, and which extreme liberals finally managed to get shoved through the American legal system. But for Kim to be a #ConscientiousObjector means she has to lose her job AND be put in jail. Pah-thetic. Can you imagine the outcry if extreme conservatives passed a law outlawing sodomy, and a couple of gays were put in jail? That’s the kind of double-standard we’re talking about. Liberals cried “tolerance” to the point that gays are allowed to get married, yet they are not people of principle, because when America surrendered to them (or at least the high Court), they won’t extend the VERY SAME value IN THE SLIGHTEST to anyone else. It was all about a political objective, and NEVER about “love,” “kindness,” “tolerance,” or any other such thing.

Stand with Kim Davis
Stand with Kim Davis

Before you go, check out this awesome video by a Pastor in Tennessee.

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Am I Not a Woman and a Sister
Am I Not a Woman and a Sister?

8 thoughts on “I Am Kim Davis”

  1. How does she have the authority to speak on marriage? She’s an adulterer and a hypocrite. If you think this was for anything other than her own celebrity, you’re mistaken. Why are people allowed to break vows they made under God and then given repeated marriage certificates? If this was anything but bigotry, divorce and adultery would be on par with gay marriage.

    1. I don’t really care if someone is a “great saint” or the very devil from hell; if they don’t want to do something against their deeply held religious or political views, then the first amendment of the constitution guarantees this right, and I also will speak out in defense of them.

    2. I am sorry , I cannot see why she blindly doesnt mind putting her name on a marriage certificate that violates the words of Jesus as she continues to live in SIN and selectively picks on others,
      Luke 16:18 New International Version “Anyone who divorces his wife and marries another woman commits adultery, and the man who marries a divorced woman commits adultery. King James Bible Whosoever putteth away his wife, and marrieth another, committeth adultery: and whosoever marrieth her that is put away from her husband committeth adultery.

      1. The Bible tells us, “Let the peace of God rule in your hearts” (Col. 3:15), and again, “He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone at her” (John 8:7). Different people have different views about whether you can get remarried after getting married once, and they also have differing views as to whether if, once you’re born again, you should split up what you think is an unbiblical marriage. But at the end of the day, it’s not about how holy Kim Davis is or isn’t (and she did get saved recently, after the passing of her mother, so it’s not like she’s intentionally diverced several times after becoming a Christian) – at the end of the day, we either have a Constitution in this country or we don’t – we either have respect and kindness towards people, and respect their conscience (a very precious thing, and the thing you’re accusing her of violating, yet asking her to violate at the same time), or we don’t. I am 100% behind Kim Davis, and I call on all Christians to show love and kindness towards her, not anger. As a final note, standing for truth (traditional marriage) is not “hate,” as it is often mischaracterized – it is love for God, love for morality, love for rule of law, and even love for the homosexual.

  2. Kim Davis. A woman who refused to allow same sex couples to marry. The law says yes. Regardless of my beliefs, there are scriptures that say she is wrong. Romans 13:1-7 states, “Everyone must submit himself to the governing authorities, for there is no authority except that which God has established. The authorities that exist have been established by God. Consequently, he who rebels against the authority is rebelling against what God has instituted, and those who do so will bring judgment on themselves. 2: Remember the words of Jesus in Matthew 7:2: “For with what judgment ye judge, ye shall be judged: and with what measure ye mete, it shall be measured to you again.” 3 You’ll reap what you sow (Gal. 6:7-8). If you are swift and harsh in judging others, then God will see to it that you receive the same from others. Has God not been very merciful to you, even though you deserved it not? Likewise, you should exercise mercy toward others. Corinthians 11:30-31: “For this cause many are weak and sickly among you, and many sleep. For if we would judge ourselves, we should not be judged.” If you are a true Christian, then you belong to God. You are God’s child. If you refuse to judge and improve yourself as a child of God, then God will take it upon Himself to judge you. Many of the troubles that we face in life are nothing more than God’s way of judging us since we often neglect to judge ourselves.
    Lastly but not least, he who is without sin, cast the first stone. Everyone left. Jesus did not accuse her either but said go and sin no more. Non Christians talk about the judgemental Christians, I live under God’s grace and I am called to look at my own behavior. Not someone elses behavior. I am to pray for another not judge them. I find it hard to admit I am a Christian some days because of this.

    1. Well, thank you for your post, albeit all the Scriptures you quote appear quite bizarrely applied. On Romans 13:1-7, God is the highest authority, and we must submit to Him first. Where earthly governments rebel against the highest authority, we have no choice but to be obedient to God. On Matthew 7:2, I would think it applies to those antagonizing Kim Davis. I mean really? We have to take away her job and put her in jail rather than make a one hour fix to a form since SCOTUS decided to become a political law-maker? I DEFINITELY am on the side of Kim Davis. If you’re willing to throw someone in jail rather than keep this gay couple from the “inconvenience” of not getting a marriage license from one particular courthouse that they drove a long way to because they knew they wouldn’t issue a gay license, then why not make people spend one hour to change a form so that Kim Davis’ name is removed from it? It really makes no sense to me. Again, Gal. 6:7-8 speaks of how if you sow to the flesh, you will reap corruption. Well, that sounds like gay marriage, not the refusal of gay marriage. What Kim Davis did sounds to me like “sowing to the Spirit.” Wow, “if you are swift and harsh in judging others…” – what’s swifter and harsher than you siding with these antichrist people and taking away Kim’s job, and throwing her in jail, because she isn’t extreme enough of a Democrat for you? Talk about hypocrisy! 1 Cor. 11:30-31 talks about a condition of not owning up to the truth, and continuing to believe a lie spiritually. When you do that, eventually you will reap God’s judgment. Well, Kim is not the one believing a lie – those that persecute religious liberty because it’s not cool to stand by your conscience or by the Constitution are the ones not believing the truth. I don’t see how you read and even quote these passages that should make you feel ashamed of yourself, and you think you just made a case for the losing side. But thanks for the input.

    1. Well, what about the first amendment? – “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.” If the exercise of one’s religion (or political view) does not violate someone else’s rights, then it should be allowed, and the person should not be thrown in jail. When SCOTUS overstepped their bounds, and made a very political ruling in Obergefell v. Hodges, they went against the very structure of our government and usurped rights that belong to the states for deciding. While you may like the idea of a central court being able to decide matters, it isn’t the Constitutional way. Kim refusing to issue same-sex marriage licenses with her name on them was her way of petitioning the Government for a redress of grievances. I’m glad they found a work-around that enables her name to be removed from the licenses whilst asking her not to interfere with the issuing of licenses.

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