“Were they ashamed when they had committed abomination? nay, they were not at all ashamed, neither could they blush: therefore they shall fall among them that fall: at the time that I visit them they shall be cast down, saith the Lord.”
Many young people today have no shame.
I can think of no generation in my lifetime that resembles the first half of this verse like the Millennials and Gen Z.
Social media platforms like TikTok, Instagram, and Snapchat are bastions for the youth, and one can find videos and pictures that would make anyone in previous generations blush.
Images of drunken, half-naked (or fully naked), foul-mouthed, fornicators are in no short supply.
And those are just the “Christians” on there.
I could not imagine unashamedly reveling in my debauchery as a teenager or young adult, yet that seems to be the norm for these generations.
They are not ashamed. They cannot blush.
Our society lifts up the LGBTQQIAA2+ community on a pedestal. Any criticism of that group could cost you friends, family, and even jobs.
Leviticus 18:22 calls homosexuality (or bisexuality) an abomination.
Is anyone these days ashamed of committing said abomination? No. In fact, there is an entire month dedicated to gay “PRIDE.”
No shame in pilfering the rainbow – meant as God’s promise to never flood the earth – to symbolize unashamed iniquity.
And I will reiterate; “Christians” are no better these days than the unsaved when it comes to these things.
There is no more fear of the LORD. There is no shame; no blushing.
Make no mistake – God WILL cast them down. God WILL return. God WILL pass eternal judgment on ALL of us, and those who reject Him WILL be cast into Hell and the Lake of Fire.
Do you want to be cast down and out? Do you want to be ashamed when confronted by God Almighty?
You might be unashamed now, but you WILL be ashamed when on your knees before the Lord!
And judgment WILL come – and soon.
Consider the alternative. Consider asking for The Father’s forgiveness and living a more holy and Godly life.
You will be better for it. Others will benefit for it. You will be a better friend, spouse, sibling, child, parent, worker, boss, and human being if you would give your life to the Lord Jesus Christ who already gave His life for you.
Would you consider salvation today?