Judgement of the nations
“Before Him (Jesus) will be gathered all the nations, and He will separate people one from another as a shepherd separates the sheep from the goats. And He will place the sheep on His right, but the goats on the left.” Matthew 25:32-33
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has won re-election, attributing his victory to the popularity of his “brand of Christian, conservative, patriotic politics. I am sure God was pleased with the stand for His values that Victor Orban took, and the fact that the majority of the people voted for him, puts Hungary in God’s sheep category from my viewpoint.
Orban addressed the influence of Hungarian-born billionaire George Soros and other forces in the election. “We had to fight the left at home, the Brussels bureaucrats, the international left, the Soros empire with all its money, and the international media” Orban stated. In the election, Hungarian voters also voted on several referendums related to LGBT issues. Voters overwhelmingly rejected ballot measures that would have allowed “sexual orientation sessions for minor children in public education without parental consent,” “the promotion of gender reassignment surgery for minors,” “the unrestricted introduction of sexual media content to minors” and “the display of gender-sensitive media content to minors.” More than 90% of Hungarians voted against adopting each policy proposal. Orban’s re-election follows closely the election of Katalin Novak, an Orban ally, to become the country’s first female president.
In 2020, the government passed an amendment to the country’s equivalent of a constitution, that recognizes marriage as an institution between one man and woman and bans same-sex couples from adopting children. Under the new policy, only married couples in a heterosexual relationship can adopt children. Previously, the Hungarian Parliament passed a measure defining gender as “biological sex based on primary sex characteristics and chromosomes.”