“But thanks be to God! He gives us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ.” – 1 Corinthians 15:57
Confused and vulnerable kids found much-needed shelter in the final passage of Senate Bill 150 during this year’s legislative session here in Kentucky. This immensely important piece of legislation protects struggling kids from the exceedingly harmful and dangerous life-altering gender “transition” procedures.
Unfortunately, certain groups who advocate for transgender ideology like the ACLU and the National Center for Lesbian Rights have aimed and targeted SB 150 in an effort to take it down through a lawsuit. Literally, the day before SB 150 was to go into effect, U.S. District Judge David Hale halted the bill from going into effect by issuing an injunction on it.
In order to defend SB 150, Attorney General Cameron filed an emergency motion that challenged the Judge’s injunction that halted parts of the bill. The state legislature of Tennessee also passed a legislative measure that shields children from experimental transition procedures as well which also has been blocked by a judge from going into effect.
Praise be to God, late Thursday evening, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals upheld Kentucky’s SB 150 and the Tennessee law that protects children from dangerous experimental “transition” procedures. This is a huge win for Kentucky children as SB 150 is now in full force protecting children from the life-altering damage that is caused by puberty blockers, cross-sex hormone therapy, and surgical mutilation.
LET US PRAY…
Father, we praise You that SB 150 is in full effect protecting vulnerable children from dangerous experimental transition procedures right now in Kentucky. Lord, we praise You that the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals had the conviction to rule rightly in this case. Father, may every child in the Commonwealth understand Your great plan and design for their life. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.