Good day! You might have heard the song “Amazing Grace” a few times at funerals or on the radio. Every time I hear the words, “… that saved a wretch like me, I once was lost but now I’m found, was blind, but now I see” I thank God for his saving grace in my … Continue reading What would I say to gay people?
Super Bowl MVP Joe Flacco is going to Disney World, but San Francisco 49ers linebacker Chris Culliver is heading to reeducation camp. Culliver last week said he wouldn’t want to have any gay teammates. Then came what today is the inevitable: Public apology, sit-down with journalists, and volunteering to work at a pro-homosexuality charity—in this … Continue reading Sensitivity Training
It is interesting to hear new words everyday. It is even more interesting to see how people can hide behind “political correctness” (whatever this word might really mean!) to use new words to describe old sins. It just sounds better with a bit of spin. If we have to believe the contributor to Wikipedia under … Continue reading New words for old sins
Being faithful to the Word of God, one has to set aside personal opinions to obediently listen to God speaking authoritatively. God defines holiness, and He defines sin. In doing so He has the right to free from sin, and the right to condemn sin. He had no obligation to do anything about sin, but … Continue reading Gay, but happily married