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LGBT Never God’s Plan

While as a Christian I am compelled by the Holy Spirit of God to love all people. Love them regardless of race, creed, color, size, shape, religious or sexual orientation as well as social, political or economic ideations. But I’m not required to love the sin that permeates society. The sin within LGBT was Never God’s Plan. Humanity sinned which altered everything. Not that God didn’t know that humanity would sin. Trust me, He knew. But he also provided free will, so people could choose to sin or not to sin. Hence, people condemn themselves by their own choice. Today people continue to choose to sin and so that’s what I’m going to address today.

LGBT Never God’s Plan According to Scripture

Let me clear this up right away. Many people today evoke scripture that condemns judging people, like James 4:12 or John 8:7-11. But, please remember that Christians are called to love everyone, including the LGBT community. LGBT Never God’s Plan for anyone. We are to love them enough to tell them the truth. The truth is only found in Biblical Scripture, so we must share it with everyone.

What scripture also clearly states is to reject sin. God never intended the LGBT community to exist in the first place. Scripture condemns it in both the Old and New Testament. So when a Christian says he condemns the sin that permeates LGBT, he is not condemning the people, he’s condemning the sin according to God’s Word. God is the judge. The Christian is simply conveying God’s truth by sharing scripture. So, LGBT proponents evoking “don’t judge” scripture is actually using scripture as a weapon to defend and justify their sin. The full counsel of God (the Bible) utterly opposes this use of scripture.

What the Bible Says About LGBT Never God’s Plan

The Bible is very clear. Men must not have sex with men. Women must not have sex with women. Men and women must not have sex with children. Men and women must not have sex with animals. Also, men must dress and act as men and women must dress and act like women. This is clearly stated in scripture. God said this, not me. Therefore, if you believe that you are correct about your sexual orientation or gender and God is wrong, you are actually proclaiming yourself a god. You are the god of your life and you reject the will of the true God.

If you believe you know more or know better than God, please address your complaints to God. I’m just the messenger, not the judge. God is and will always be the judge. Therefore, please refer to Deuteronomy 22:5, Leviticus 18:22, Jude 7-8, Romans 1:24-32 among others. These verses clearly condemn LGBT ideology.

We Must Share the Truth Because

“But we know that the law is good, if a man use it lawfully; Knowing this, that the law is not made for a righteous man, but for the lawless and disobedient, for the ungodly and for sinners, for unholy and profane, for murderers of fathers and murderers of mothers, for manslayers, For whoremongers, for them that defile themselves with mankind, for menstealers, for liars, for perjured persons, and if there be any other thing that is contrary to sound doctrine; According to the glorious gospel of the blessed God, which was committed to my trust.” 1 Timothy 1:8-11

Required by God to Share the Truth About LGBT Never Being God’s Plan

As Christians, we are compelled to share the truth. So, we must condemn sin in all it’s many forms. Whether those sins are being disrespectful to parents, baring false witness, or committing the sins of the LGBT community. All sin is sin. Christians must voice their agreement with God in all situations and circumstances concerning sin. So, if that hurts someone’s delicate little feelings, please complain to God, not the messenger sharing God’s Word. Because again, Christians are compelled by the Holy Spirit and Biblical scripture to share the truth.

LGBT Never God’s Plan and Love Speech

Stating that the active pursuit of LGBT is a sin is not “hate speech.” It’s sharing God’s truth. Hence, it’s “love speech.” We Christians willing and able to share the truth about what God says within His Holy Bible, love all people. We love them so much we want them to have a personal relationship with God. A Biblically accurate relationship in accordance with God’s will.

Let me provide a brief example.

Two men decide to engage in a sexual encounter. So God looks down at them and exclaims, “Dudes! I clearly commanded in my Holy Word that you are not to do what you’re doing! You are sinning against Me and this will not go unpunished!”

A married man and his wife engage in a sexual encounter. So God looks down at them and exclaims, “Well done my good and faithful servants!”

The example I provided shows the difference between being out of God’s will and within God’s will. Therefore, this is not my opinion; it is a scripturally sound example. It is how God thinks, as presented by the Bible. You can pull out scripture that can justify many sins, but if you look at the full counsel of God – the entire Bible, you can see and understand the truth. God gives everyone the opportunity to accept and serve Him, but people can choose to serve Him or reject Him. According to the Bible, the LGBT community reject the will of God.

Who am I to Say All This?

I’m just a Christian that has actually read the entire Bible. I’m just a Christian that believes the Bible is the inspired, inerrant, infallible Word of the Almighty God. So, I’m just a messenger sharing the truth. God is a God of love, but he is also Holy and Perfect. He will not accept sin as a normal activity. God is required by His very nature to condemn sin in all it’s many forms. So, people who justify their sin by claiming that since God is Love, He would never condemn or judge them. Well, they are either stupid or liars. That sounds very judgmental, I know, but it’s never the less true. They are either simply or willfully ignorant of what the Bible says or they know what it says and choose to reject it and lie about it.

I love people, all people, but I hate sin because I’m a Christian. Not because I’m your judge, but because the God of truth, justice, and love is your judge. I’m a sinner saved by grace and I will always follow God to the best of my ability. I will not follow the misguided ideations and worldviews of people.

People are sinful, errant, and fallible. God is holy, perfect, and infallible.

Who do you choose to serve?

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