Don’t miss the boat: It’s Marriage Appreciation, not just Chick-Fil-A appreciation

Since Greeley did not have a Chick-Fil-A, we drove seventeen miles to Loveland. All along the freeway, cars were backed up, bumper to bumper, all leading to and from Chick-fil-A.
The drive-through line was long and the line inside the Chick-Fil- A was longer. We could see kids seated in open trunks of their cars, eating chicken. Families patiently stayed in line to await their turn. No rush. No hurry. Pleasantries Exchanged. Happy people acknowledging the reason why they were there. Families, parents, children swarmed the place and the staff was very gracious as always handling the unprecedented crowd.
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We were able to get through the line within 45 minutes, but some said the lunchtime crowd waited two hours.
Why this frenzy?
One said as we came out: Hope the line will not be this long getting in to Heaven. We need to pray.
Another gentle face handed out buttons that read, “I’m praying for America.”
Yes, the appreciation was for the principle that Chick-Fil-A reiterated, the time old principle of traditional marriage between man and woman. When everyone in the light of political correctness gets away with whatever they say, why is a restaurant being punished for the Christian values they promote?
If the family the fabric of the society is undermined, the society will perish.
If marriage has had God’s seal of approval in Genesis(Gen2:24)and the same is repeated by our Savior (Mat 19:5), why should not churches support this secular institution for its moral prowess and fortitude?
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Someone had the guts to stand up and speak up for the time honored principle which has been bypassed by even some popular churches. Thanks to Governor Huckabee
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So my wife and I stood in line for 45 minutes and got our food, but what we witnessed was the silent but sure protest of the people in opposition to the a few imposing their opinion on the many. I was in my clericals awaiting our turn and hopefully that was a silent witness to what we as a Church, Nation and Families hold dearly, the traditional marriage.
The Holy Catholic Church Anglican Rite’s position on Marriage:
We believe that marriage – defined as the lifelong union of one man and one woman- is God’s loving provision for procreation and family life.

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