Now contrary to what is taught in the evil godless liberal media, stalking is not of itself sinful, but is rather something with a fine Biblical tradition. My favourite example involves none other a role model than King David, and occurs in 1 Samuel 24:3-5:
He came to the sheep pens along the way; a cave was there, and Saul went in to relieve himself. David and his men were far back in the cave. The men said, "This is the day the LORD spoke of when he said to you, 'I will give your enemy into your hands for you to deal with as you wish'." Then David crept up unnoticed and cut off a corner of Saul's robe.
Afterward, David was conscience-stricken for having cut off a corner of his robe.
In this passage we see Blessed King David performing an action which modern liberals would falsely decry as “stalking”; a curious man secretly follows another person in order to privately observe them urinating. Nothing in Scripture in any way suggests David’s action is wrong; the remorse our brave voyeur feels afterwards is merely due to his having damaged Saul’s clothing. This is doubtless because once the moment’s adrenalin rush had worn off David realised how foolhardy his actions really were, and how taking risks of this magnitude will invariably lead to one being discovered and caught. The text of the passage in no way suggests that anything else about David’s behaviour was in any other way inappropriate or sinful.
There can be no doubt that were David alive today he would have amassed a significant collection of digital photos as keepsakes of his harmless interest, and, given his generous heart, selflessly shared these mementos with other Bible-believers on the internet. Certainly, I realise how the Bible’s teaching in this regard goes against the notions of privacy and personal dignity expounded by the liberals intent of destroying our church, but in response all I can say is that if we are to be forced to choose between the Scriptures and the so-called “rights” of individuals we must align ourselves with the Scriptures every time! Doing anything less makes as much sense as healing people on the Sabbath.
I’m Father Christian and I teach the Bible.