200 ex-LGBT men, women rally to show freedom in Jesus in Washington, D.C.
'Look at this! They say we don't exist!' 200 ex-LGBT men, women rally to show freedom in Jesus
WORLD NET DAILY reports:
Declaring they've found freedom from homosexual and transgender practices, an estimated 200 men and women from across the nation engaged in the second annual "Freedom March" in Washington, D.C.
"Look at this! This is amazing! They say we don't exist!" said author and documentary producer M.J. Nixon, a March co-founder, as many gathered for a group picture, reported LifeSiteNews.
At a rally on the grounds of the Washington Monument, Jeffrey McCall, a former transgender, said none of the participants were forced to change.
"It was the power of the Holy Spirit and the grace of Jesus Christ that fell on all of us," he said.
LifeSiteNews reported Angel Colon, a survivor of the Pulse Nightclub massacre Orlando, told his testimony of conversion.
"As I lay on the ground shot multiple times - couldn't move - I said to the Lord, 'I am not leaving this building dead tonight,'" he said.
Colon said he vowed to God, "I am leaving here alive and when I do, I am going to worship you for the rest of my life."
Hat Tip to Free Republic