The Governor of the State of Georgia recently vetoed a bill that was passed by the House of Representatives and approved by the Senate, to protect ministers and churches from being forced to violate their religious consciences.
Many religious organizations worked hard, encouraging their members to write their representatives and senators, to get the bill passed. It was obvious that the will of the majority of Georgians was that this bill be passed into law.
But Governor Deal made the decision to go against the will of the people. This is not democracy.
The same thing happened in California, when a referendum on the ballot against same-sex marriages was overwhelmingly passed. But the Supreme Court of California ruled that it was discrimination. This is not democracy.
In spite of all this, nothing changed, because God's Word does not change. Ultimately, God will judge.
The problem is that we think we live in a democratic society. We have a system that is supposed to allow people of this country to make choices. But it appears that this is not the case for those who follow Jesus. The majority of the people on Palm Sunday who shouted "Hosanna!", also shouted "Crucify Him!".