A discussion concerning the truths of God and His redemption of man.
Let me start with saying homosexuality is a sin. And that there is obvious persecution of Christians/Christianity. With that said, knowing that I am right when I say homosexuality is wrong and a sin, I also know that I am right when I say more often than not "Christians" are down right hateful and homophobic concerning the sin of homosexuality. Jesus' blood is enough to cover even the sin of homosexuality. Just like the guy that got up and left the homosexual sensitivity training, (because he thought it was his right not to hear such things), how can it be that homosexuals do not have the same right to not hear the things he has to say about Christianity? I hear all to often that "we" (Christians) have a right to speak openly whether gays want to hear it or not, (and I believe that is true) but in the same breath say that "they" don't have those same rights because we don't want to hear it. As believers, we must not waiver in speaking the truth, but we must also not have double-standards. If we don't have to listen to a homosexual, why in the world would we think they would listen to anything we have to say? (i.e. the guy that walked out of the training, should it be a surprise his letter wasn't received well?) How will they be saved if they don't hear the Gospel? I pray that God would use true men and women of God to speak truth to all sinners. Christian, it is not your right to not be subjected to the sin of homosexuality. I pray we are subjected to all types of sin, so that Gods message, the Gospel might go forth and would not return void. If we are persecuted for preaching the truth, praise God. If we are persecuted because we think we have the right to not be offended or subjected to a sin we put a higher point value on than others, shame on us! Sin leads to death...all sin. Apart from Christ, lying, cheating, stealing, lusting, homosexuality will all lead to the same hell. There is no hotter hell, or hell # 2 for "worse" sin.This may be unnecessary for all who read this blog, but its certainly necessary for some "Christians".
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