Let me say first that I’m not excusing adultery, fornication or any other sexual sin. These sins also result from an innate, natural desire that we don’t ask for, and people make a choice to commit these sins based on that desire.

However, there are many people who are now trying to defend homosexuality by saying that Jesus never addressed it, or forbade it. They say only the Apostle Paul addressed it, and some even try to contend that he wasn’t really talking about homosexuality.

I’m going to keep this short and sweet.

We all know there are several sins that Jesus never directly addressed…



Domestic Abuse…




To name a few.

Jesus didn’t even say directly that getting drunk is a sin. It was indirect.

He did address marriage, fornication adultery and divorce.
And, no one disputes that the LORD only permits sex within marriage.

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  1. What I find so sad in all present discussions of GLBTQ and the Church is that it frequently misses the root sin that Jesus is after; making a gender identity an idol that one thinks will bring life. Only He brings life out of our favorite addictions or forms of death; for every human that has walked this planet. All gender confusion, IMO, is a rejection of some gift that G-d has planned as a blessing to that individual. How can one reject men through lesbianism, and understand the Father’s strength of love? How can one reject women in homosexuality and understand the Lord’s mothering tenderness of love? How can one who rejects the gift of masculinity or femininity in transgenderism, understand that the Lord gave them their birth assignment for an eternal and good purpose? That it’s OK to struggle, but not lie to oneself?
    Many of these folks have been incredibly wounded through their families of origin, and desperately need the Church to stand with them against the Accuser’s lies. I believe, but don’t know for sure, that many who would say that they were “born this way” don’t know that a human being can sense and feel their parent’s emotions; PRE-BIRTH.
    How should the Church help someone who feels hated from birth?
    How can we be Jesus to a human being whose parents rejected them for not being a boy? Or not being a girl?
    Have they cursed their own offspring through their words, thoughts, and withholding of affection?
    We have a huge mandate from the Lord to intercede for those who wrestle such issues, and break familial or generational curses that cause so much pain and self-hatred.
    Lord, help us agree with You to bind up and heal the broken-hearted! Help us fight the emotional, generational, and familial guardian lies that block our lovely brothers and sisters into patterns of self-rejection and self-hatred. Jesus, You have freed us ALL from sin and idolatry. Will You mercifully lift the disbeliefs and misbeliefs up, out, and onto the Cross of Christ from all who wrestle with gender, sexuality, and identity? You have known us for an eternity, show these dear friends what You see when You think of them; ones dearly loved since the beginning of time. Ones worth fighting for. Replace all our broken images with the image of Jesus. May we like You, dear Messiah, ones full of grace and truth. Amen!

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  2. blessings, Minister Aldtric! I didn’t mean to write so much, but it’s possible that the Holy Ghost is in the house! Thanks for raising my thoughts today on how Jesus is the only one deserving to judge the nations because hHe has changed ALL our dirty diapers! He’s the only one who doesn’t lie to Himself. He’s the only one who always loves his enemy. Take care!

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      1. That’s so true, because you guys took me to church! Lol I went & highlighted the scriptures & everything! 🙌🏽

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