Is Homosexuality a sin? Who decides?

Is homosexuality a sin? Who do we believe?
God is the ultimate and sovereign judge for sin. Homosexuality is sin by His order; it is not decided by public opinion or by deceived/false clergy or of individual interpretation. The word is clearly and unambiguously stated in the New Testament. No, it is not more of a sin than any other, but changing societies do not dictate God’s standards. Sin is defined by God for us in the Bible. It is the source for what God says is holy and righteous and for what God says is sin and abomination. Hebrews 13:8 states that God is the same yesterday, today, and forever; in other words, He does not “go with the flow.”  That is God’s answer and I fully agree with Him. If you choose not to agree with HIm, then He is the One with whom you must contend.

God’s Word says that homosexuality is unnatural, a perversion, an abomination, fornication, vile affections, and a great sin against Him. He states any sexual act outside of marriage is adultery. Sex is to be between man and woman within marriage.

And yes, it applies to me as a fallible sinner, saved by grace. My sins have been and always will be covered by the blood of the Lamb, Jesus as I have repented and will repent of my sins whenever they occur. Never would I ask God to allow me to keep on sinning with impunity or against His will.



Prejudice and Pride

I have written a longer blog, but in essence, everyone has some prejudice and some form of pride (if they are honest) and it is how we behave with those so-called human frailties that truly matters.

Don’t Know Why

I just don’t know why I am doing this “blog” thing. The word “blog” itself is odd to me, simply because it sounds too much like “blob” which reminds me of a 1960s movie. But, here it is. The start of a beautiful but different relationship with (hopefully) human beings.  Somehow, believing that there is someone out there in this world who would give 2 cents to read what I think about this or that, causes me to pause and question my current mental state.