What the Bible Says About Homosexuality

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Let’s be honest. If you believe the Bible is the inspired Word of God, you agree with this video teaching on the topic. If you think the Bible is a bunch of nice stories, myths, or lies, you will think this sermon is “hate speech.” The topic of homosexuality is all over the media, distracting us from our nation’s impending economic crash; the rash of scandals and corruption in our government; the proliferation of policies that are taking our freedoms away and pushing us into a socialistic/communistic state – more takers than makers, government over-regulation, Obamacare, etc.; and the creeping Islamization that is affecting our Freedom of Speech, our media, our military, our travel, our courts and our law.

Just like the race-baiters and “occupiers,” gay activists are stirring up division and conflict, calling Christians names simply because we follow the Bible. What about freedom of speech/thought? What about tolerance? As you can see from this Huff Po article by an eye-witness, I have given unconditional love to my gay friends, but have been treated with intolerance and scorn in return, simply because of my faith.

John McArthur bluntly preaches the truth in this video, calling homosexuality “unchecked lust,” comparing it to pornography and adultery. He does not say homosexuality is more of a sin than any other sin. All sin is equal in God’s eyes. There is no “hate” in acknowledging God’s holiness and our impossibility of reaching it. Rom. 3:23 “All have sinned and come short of the glory of God.” This explains why the gospel is so beautiful and so desperately needed by all of us. Rom. 6:23 “The wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life, through Jesus Christ our Lord.”

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