Recently, a young niece of mine rebutted in one of my Facebook posting about my views on the issue of LGBT and this article. Well, she was saying that ‘Don’t you think it’s discrimination for the heterosexual to discriminate and hate the homosexuals?’ She probably do not understand the article or even read it and interpreted the issue at hand so wrongly. It makes me wonder how a simple article as written by a pastor could be interpret so wrongly…(Not to mention she recently scored 9As in her major public exam) *I just hope I am not wrong to say that the standard of education in our country has dropped tremendously to the extend that an A is no longer a difficult commodity.
Anyway, before I get the topic all jumbled up, I just want to highlight the fact that we Christians, ALL these while has never discriminate the LGBT, they are known as insecure which make them fight for their rights and all. All we have to say is that the lifestyle is wrong, whether you like it or not, it’s a sin to us.
All sin has their own consequences and we can’t deny that. And before I go even deeper into the topic of sin, there’s just no small or big sins. No sin which is considered unforgivable, no sin which is too small that it can be overlooked by God for every wrong actions produces unwanted consequences. So there’s no sin which claim it’s ‘all right’ because we’re ‘just’ human, we’re weak, we’re born that way. Yes, we’re born with sins, destined to be spiritually cut off from God because He is holy but there’s also a redemption plan and a way out of every sins, every lifestyle and wrong decisions ever made.
So at the end of it all, lies our own ‘choice’ on whether to follow the masses along the wide road to damnation or to turn around and go through the narrow road?