What is a marriage, and better yet, why is a marriage? Well, a marriage is widely considered to be an union between man and wife for the purpose of establishing a family. However, this definition have come under heavy attack from radical persons who want to redefine the issue, by trying to integrate within it foreign and unnatural concepts. An issue that shows just how important this institution is the raging debate on the provisions of this new constitution, specifically on the claim by some that it legalizes gay marriages.
The church vehemently opposed the new constitution on two major grounds, abortion and gay rights. Some people have read some provisions, especially on issues of marriage, to mean the possibility of legal loopholes which could be used in the future to legalize gay marriages. Do i support such a possibility, no, capital no in fact. And its my believe that any man, or woman who purports to believe in gay rights is immoral, sinful and hypocritical. gay people in my opinion are an affront to both nature and God, and as proteges of both this entities, we should find such behavior repugnant to both law and morality.
To go back to the start, a marriage should be a beautiful thing. This however is more easier said than done, as most of you can bear witness. The bible says “he who finds a good wife finds a good thing, and receives favor from God.” Then why do some people, having found themselves good wives, and receiving favor from God, commence to use the fruits of that favor to harass, torment and destroy their better halves. In my opinion only one outcome of such inhumane acts can arise, and that is to draw the wrath of the Almighty. For how can fate lead you to a path of divine luck, and on top of that, grant you ultimate executive gifts from heaven only to turn upon the very angel through whom such acts were made possible. No, the good lord would not turn a blind eye to such slights, and I’m sure the angel of wrath would be quickly summoned to dish out justice in equal measure, a tooth for a tooth, torment for torment, ingratitude for eternal damnation.