Jude 1:3. Beloved, when I gave all diligence to write unto you of the common salvation, it was needful for me to write unto you, and exhort you that ye should earnestly contend for the faith which was once delivered unto the saints.

How many Kim Davis’ are there?  She’s the clerk from Kentucky who refuses to issue same sex marriage licenses.  She is currently in jail.  Are we prepared and ready to contend for the faith?  There is a vast difference in contending for the faith and just being a “sounding brass.”  The Church of the Lord Jesus Christ must make some difficult and painful decisions.  We must decide for ourselves; follow the leading of the Lord, and prepare to be tested and tried if we decide to contend for the faith.  Some will stand in unity and solidarity with the brethren who makes a bold stand.  Others will weigh the cost and decide the price is too high, or too difficult.  Each one must seek their own quest and do whatever the Lord asks of them.  We cannot really make that decision for anyone else.  If, after seeking and praying, we feel the call for a bold stance; then we must uphold one another, regardless of job security, family harmony, or cultural pressures.  Many may fall, but many will find the strength to hold on during the storm.  The days of Noah are fast approaching and in fact may already be here.  Make sure the stand you take is for the glory of God, not for the glory of man.  We support the courageous stand Kim Davis has made.   We pray there are many whom God is raising up and filling with power and conviction.  You will not stand alone.