March 13, 2013

Forget Gay Marriage, Homosexuality is Wrong

A lot of conservative people around the nation, including those in Kentucky, have been manipulated by those supporting gay rights by taking the so-called marriage issue and bringing it to the forefront of the fake civil rights issue.

The problem is it is has taken the eyes of people off of the lifestyle itself, which is forbidden by God, and moved it towards marriage, which now makes it appear to those watching the battle as if the lifestyle has been concluded as legitimate, with the issue now being whether or not homosexual males and females should be allowed to marry.

See the strategy there? Very few media outlets and Christians focus on gay lifestyles being wrong, but on marriage for gays being wrong.

This is something we must fight against, as it's completely wrong to make homosexuals feel they can live their lives that way without eternal repercussions from a holy and just God. Gay marriage isn't wrong because marriage should only be between a man and a woman (although true), gay marriage is wrong because homosexuality itself is wrong.

It doesn't stop there though, as supporters also want lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender to be "affirmed." No real Christian could ever do this, any more than saying adulterers, fornicators, thieves, and murderers should be affirmed. It can't and won't happen from those that truly follow Jesus Christ.

Many so-called preachers even buy into the lie that homosexuals are born that way. They use the scripture that we're all born into sin, but then add the non-scriptural conclusion that it refers to specific, individual sins, such as homosexuality. Nowhere in the Bible does it say that, but it's embraced by those afraid of standing up for Jesus Christ, who He is, and what He has spoken.

As for Kentucky, we need to remain vigilant and battle against all attempts to make this a civil rights issue, which is a major part of the strategy of supporters of these lifestyles. That is predicated upon the theory homosexuals are born that way. They aren't, and contrary to blacks in America, can't be identified as a minority because they actually are born black, and there is nothing that can be done to change that.

Homosexuals choose their lifestyles, and so there is no such thing as civil rights in relationship to choosing to sin against God.

Kentucky Christians need to stand their ground and not buy into the lie that homosexuals are born that way and deserve special protections.

What needs to be done is for Christians to continue to call homosexuals and other deviant lifestyles to repentance, as their eternal lives are at stake.

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