In the Bible, in the book of Romans, chapter one, verses eighteen to twenty seven will address what I am about show you now. Other references to these things include; Genesis (nineteen: one through twenty six), Leviticus (eighteen: twenty two), and First Corinthians (six: nine and ten).
Maybe in your time it is more acceptable but in my time it is still appalling and actually pitiful to see. A man came to one of the pastors in my church and asked for food for himself and his wife. Naturally Dr T. fixed up a bag and handed it over. Then he met the man’s wife. A short while later he told me about it and he was unsure of what he had actually seen. The way he described the incident was actually sort of comical. He seemed to be perplexed by it all. I saw the two of them a few minutes later and they stuck out like exactly what they were. A couple of homosexuals wandering around in what is basically a red-neck Texas church. “She” needed a shave and was bigger than the man who introduced himself as “her” husband. No one was rude to them that I saw but no one rushed to invite them home for dinner either.
In the book of Genesis, chapter two, God decided that Adam, the man He made, needed a helper. He didn’t make another man; He didn’t create some intelligent animal, or some kind of cy-borg with artificial intelligence. He made a woman. Her physiology matched Adam’s to the point that together they could reproduce children. Then they got around to committing sins, and then their kids got around to sinning and so forth and so on. Noah’s son, Ham, is the first mention of sexually inappropriate behavior. In Genesis, (nineteen: five), the people of Sodom demonstrated one of reasons that God passed their judgment on them. Modern-day Sodomites hold parades celebrating their iniquitous spirits. In Sao Paulo, Brazil a very recent “Gay Pride” parade drew approximately three million participants. When the Pope came to Sao Paulo he only drew about a million people. In the book of Leviticus God lists homosexual behavior as “An abomination”. Some contemporary television shows brazenly flaunt their gay characters. Hollywood doesn’t seem to be ashamed to offer movies show-casing this subject either.
To research this article this writer typed in “Lesbian bishops” and got three hundred eighty five hits on this subject. Interspersed with those results were links to “Lesbian Virgins”. However, according to some of those search results some Christian churches apparently not only condone homosexual behavior but they are led by homosexuals. Outspoken gay church leaders were listed in California, Nevada, Ohio, Arizona, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts. Massachusetts has legalized same sex marriages. Apparently, in these last days, false doctrines are snowballing.
Things are natural, unnatural, and supernatural. It is natural for men to embrace women in physically intimate ways; it is unnatural for men to engage other men in those ways. The supernatural Supreme Being that created us has deemed these things so.
Will you go to hell for being a homosexual? That is not for this writer to say. Even though you may have accepted Jesus in your heart will you be kept out of heaven for your unnatural ways? That’s between you and Jesus. See what Paul said in First Corinthians, chapter six: verses nine, ten and eleven.
To the unbelievers who will ridicule my words, and scoff at my warnings I tell you this. You still have a chance. If things were hopeless for you these words would not have been presented to you. All you have to do is understand and believe that God sent Jesus to earth to spread His messages to men. Believe that God came to earth by Jesus, and even though He was guiltless He loaded up all the sins of all men and took them with Him to a cross that He got nailed up to and died on. Even the Roman that sent Him there said He was guiltless. When He died on that cross all those sins died too and they were thrown away. But He got back up and He lives on, even today. Then God said “Okay Son, You done good. There is a place in heaven for everybody You bring from now on.”
You will live forever. But where will you live? With Jesus, with the favor of God surrounding you? Or will you just exist in that lake of fire where all those sins got thrown?