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I’d didn’t mean to come across in a way where sin shouldn’t be addressed, if I did I’m sorry. If the lord lays it on our hearts to take a stand against sin we should.


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Elias

 2019/6/19 19:09Profile
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Sick people are trying to normalize things like pedophilia and bestiality. Harry Hay, one of the founders of the modern gay rights movement, supported NAMBLA (a pedophile organization). In 20 years, if things go the way they are now, every kind of sexual perversion will be acceptable and you will be labeled a "bigot" for not being "tolerant".

I don't hate homosexuals but I see no reason to decriminalize deviant behavior. To me it's the same thing as decriminalizing drugs or alcohol.

"A wise king scatters the wicked and brings the threshing wheel over them." Proverbs 20:26


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We can’t let our minds and hearts focus to much on the bad, we must keep focus on things lovely, things pure, things of good report, we must focus on Christ and his coming kingdom, otherwise it becomes overwhelming, and we are members one of another. it’s good for saints to get together and pray and praise the lord, to try to stay focused and excited for Christ, he is on the throne, and for reasons we can’t really grasp, he’s letting it continue for now.



Amen dear brother thank you for sharing this.


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 2019/6/20 22:58Profile
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Sree, you said:
"I agree with decriminalizing homosexuality. No one should be punished for living a sinful life style. When God gives us the right to choose evil why should we take it away from people (provided the evil is not affecting others)?"

First, God gives us the freedom to do evil, not the right. Second, our actions always affect others, even if we do them where we think no one is watching.

Brother, I think it is a slippery slope when we allow godlessness to flourish unchecked.


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First, God gives us the freedom to do evil, not the right. Second, our actions always affect others, even if we do them where we think no one is watching.

Brother, I think it is a slippery slope when we allow godlessness to flourish unchecked.



I agree with you, yes every act of lawlessness has its consequence on others either directly or indirectly. For example because one watches pornography there is an indirect danger of boosting this industry and there by welcoming many young girls to this business.

I still do not believe we should criminalize acts that have indirect consequences.


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So, your co-workers use alcohol, drugs, sleep around and they will tell you how exciting this is. Before too long it will have worn down your resistance and you cave in to do some experimenting. It does not happen quickly but gradually. At first you abhor it, then since this person is nice - most of the time - your resistance is gradually being worn down so eventually you will become accepting of it. And then you will be open to experimenting in this sin. This is the nature of sin and how it works to desensitize a body to accepting it and eventually get snuckered into it. Unless you actively oppose it you will eventually become accepting of it because people are getting bolder and more aggressive in promoting their sinful agenda. And before too long it will impact your loved ones. Then what will you say?

Friendly association with perverts puts one at risk to embrace it in time. How to minister to these people becomes a challenge...one we must be fully aware of - one can never relax and think it will not effect you.

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Sandra Miller

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When God gives us the right to choose evil why should we take it away from people (provided the evil is not affecting others)?



I read a statistic a few years back that the average lifespan of homosexuals in North America is seven years shorter than heterosexuals. So this evil hurts themselves and those who love them. It also puts an additional burden on the whole health care system. But worst of all it hurts God's love, isn't that affecting others?

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Anyone in doubt as to whether homosexuality affects others just has to look at four cities God literally reduced to ashes as a result of that sin (Sodom, Gomorrah, Admah and Zeboiim). You can literally go to where these cities were and see for yourself.


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