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Proverbs 9:17-18 Stolen waters are sweet, and bread eaten in secret is pleasant. But he knoweth not that the dead are there; and that her guests are in the depths of hell.
"I believed in once saved always saved", says the greedy of heart and sinful "professing Christian". Sin is Death-Darkness- "The wrath of God!"


HOLINESS-PEACE!__If the Son therefore shall make you free {from sin}, ye shall be free indeed. (John 8:36) Then said Jesus to those ...which believed on him, If ye continue in my word, {to be from this worlds lust and love for it} then are ye my disciples indeed; (John 8:31)
For he is not a Jew, which is one outwardly; neither is that circumcision, which is outward in the flesh: But he is a Jew, which is one inwardly; and circumcision is that of the heart, in the spirit, and not in the letter; whose praise is not of men, but of God. (Romans 2:28-29) But as many as received him, to them gave he power to become the sons of God, even to them that believe on his name: Which were born, not of blood, nor of the will of the flesh, nor of the will of man, but of God. (John 1:12-13)"THE ONLY JEW GOD LOVES"
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Rick Warren praised Barack Obama for choosing openly gay bishop, Gene Robinson, to pray at on of the inaugural ceremonies.  These are Warren’s words:

Today, Warren issued a statement praising Obama for selecting Robinson, saying the president-elect “has again demonstrated his genuine commitment to bringing all Americans of goodwill together in search of common ground. I applaud his desire to be the president of every citizen.” 

There’s nothing praise-worthy about Barack Obama’s consistent endorsements of everything that God detests and has forbidden.  How Rick Warren can think this is a good thing, I’ll never know.  For those of us who follow God and believe His Word, this is a no-brainer.  God is a holy and righteous God.  He doesn’t bargain, not with sin.  Not when it cost His Son His life.  Not when it costs us our lives.  Those in the role of “minister” who are supposed to be leaders to the spiritually blind, who are suppose to be living epistles of Christ Jesus, but instead, compromise instead of having courage to face the responsibility of standing on His Word and speaking truth… I can’t even find words for that.  It’s very scary…and sobering.

Thankfully, God is merciful above all.  I pray Rick Warren would see the error of his compromise.



Conversations between two women posted at ""


First women “Laura”:
[By: Laura on January 14, 2009
at 11:22 pm]
 â€œI respectfully disagree with you.{in response to the article above this}
First off, not everyone in the U.S. is Christian so it doesn’t make sense that Obama should use the Bible to justify everything he does. Personally, I think that it is great that Obama is paving the way for LGBTQ rights.  I truly think that homosexuals were born the way they are–because there is no way on this earth that anyone would choose to live a life filled with discrimination against themselves. Also, have you ever tried to choose your own sexuality? I’m assuming you are straight, so take a few moments and try to “choose” an attraction to women rather than men. I think you will realize that it doesn’t work like that. Homosexuals should be accepted as people, just as people of other races, genders, and nationalities are accepted.”

Second women “laurie”
[By: Laurie on January 15, 2009
at 11:46 am]
 â€œLaura~ May I address your comment, “I truly think that homosexuals were born the way they are” with a biblical view? First of all, we must understand the wickedness of ALL human hearts. The Lord Jesus Christ teaches what comes out of every human heart in Matthew 15:19-20, “For out of the heart come evil thoughts, murders, adulteries, fornications, thefts, false witness, slanders, these are the things which defile the man” When you look ‘fornication’ up in the org. language, here is what you’ll come up with…porneia–adultery, fornication, homosexuality, lesbianism, intercourse with animals etc.–if you take it all the way back the to the root word, pipraskō, which metaphorically means, ’sold under sin, entirely under the control of the love of sinning’. So it becomes clear that sexual desires for what is forbidden comes from within the human heart, whether it be hetero or homosexual desires. There is no ‘gay gene’, but instead a perverted lust that lies within the heart.
As far as blaming God, this is not a good idea either! From James 1:13-14, ‘Let no one say when he is tempted, “I am being tempted by God”; for God cannot be tempted by evil, and He Himself does not tempt anyone. But each one is tempted when he is carried away and enticed by HIS OWN LUST”.

It is ludicrous to say homosexuals are born that way, this is man’s way of ‘justifying’ evil. If this is the case, then how about a murderer? Are they born to kill? Or a child molester? Are they born to sexually molest innocent children? Of course not! We all are born wicked, vile sinners with no hope of staving off what lies within our hearts apart from the mercy and grace of the Almighty One. We will be held accountable for our evil thoughts, evil words, and evil actions, unless we cry out to the Lord, ‘have mercy on me O God, a sinner!’.

Homosexuality is a cancer, it eats through the moral fabric of society and will bring upon the nation the judgment of God. It should never be ‘accepted’ or ‘tolerated’ by true born again believers. I beg you, do NOT side with evil. The Lord will hold all who do so accountable!

As a former homosexual saved solely by the grace and mercy of God, I assure you, the ENTIRE time I lived this perverted lifestyle, I KNEW it was wrong. My conscience was pricked, and I praise God for the guilt I felt, and for not turning me over to this deadly perversion. This lifestyle is riddled with jealousy, addictions, fits of rage, not to mention the mental anguish I endured when I dove into it. Praise God, there is a way out! It is through Christ, the One who gave Himself for me, and all who will repent and receive Him as Lord and Savior!

As for the ‘claim’ by Warren to be a ‘man of God’, how dreadful for him on the day of judgment!
To condone what God detests, in this case homosexuality, is to side with evil. There are no ‘gray’ areas in scripture…either you stand with the Lord wholeheartedly on EVERY word He has given, or you stand condemned! Yes, it is that simple.





Called out…..of homosexuality
with Janet Boynes
“…that you may proclaim the praises of Him who called you out of darkness into His marvelous light…” (1 Peter 2:9b)                                                                                                                                               
After many years of living in the homosexual lifestyle, I was drawn to faith in Christ through the persistent love of a group of believers. The transformation I experienced is compelling evidence of the freedom available to anyone who will trust the unceasing love of God.
From my experience, the homosexual lifestyle isn’t fun, glamorous or trendy. It doesn’t fill the emptiness inside or help someone find his or her identity. It doesn’t bring peace—and it never will. I lived as a lesbian for 14 years and now, by the grace of God, I have left that life behind forever.
Much of my willingness to experiment with homosexuality was influenced by the environment of my youth. I was hardened by a difficult childhood. Most of the men in my life abused me physically and sexually. After graduating from high school and moving away from home, I accepted Christ as my Savior, got involved in church and studied the Bible. I knew that God created man for woman and woman for man and knew that He had a plan for my life. I also knew homosexuality was a sin, but I ignored what I knew and walked away from God.
The memory of being raped as a child left me angry and scared, so I gravitated toward relationships with women to avoid repeated pain. I thought I could find my own solution to the deep pain inside. God let me walk away, but He never stopped loving me.
At first, the emotional pull toward other women was stronger than the sexual lure, but I fed both desires by placing myself in compromising and tempting situations. James 1:14-15 says, “Each one is tempted, when by his own evil desire, he is dragged away and enticed. Then after desire has conceived, it gives birth to sin and sin when it is full grown, gives birth to death.”
I experienced a type of death over and over again as I sought to fill the emptiness in my life with things that could never satisfy. During sleepless nights, I wondered, “Will I ever have a family?” I imagined a different life with a husband and children and questioned my choices, but I couldn’t imagine a way out.
Hollywood would have you believe that gays and lesbians are happy, humorous and well-adjusted people, but very rarely do they show the other side. They don’t show the tears and the desperate ache to be loved beneath all the jokes, clever comebacks and playful remarks.
I felt twisted inside—like something wasn’t right—when I pursued same-sex relationships. I listened to society’s lie that I was born that way and just needed to accept it. I went to gay bars hoping to meet people. I smiled on the outside, but a war raged on the inside. I knew I was living a lie.
When I was 40 years old, a conversation with a woman at a grocery store landed me in a Bible study at her church. There were nine other women in the group. I told those ladies, “I am living a homosexual lifestyle, but I want to leave it if you will help me.”
The women in that group loved me and prayed for me as I processed through the healing from abuse and into freedom from the things that had enslaved me. One family asked me to move into their home for a year. I lived my second childhood in that Christian household and established a foundation on which to rebuild my. As they opened their home to show me love and acceptance, God opened His arms and let me cry away my pain.
I know this transformation is not a denial of suppressed homosexual feelings. I left the lesbian lifestyle the same way I went in—by my own free will. When I left, I had something better to run to: the love of Jesus Christ.
Christ’s’ love didn’t brainwash me, but it did change me. “He brought me out of a terrible pit, out of the miry clay, and set my feet upon a rock, and established my steps. He has put a new song in my mouth...” (Psalm 40:2-3)
Sin will take you deeper into the pit than you ever want to go and it will keep you longer than you ever want to stay. God’s love is our only freedom from sin and His love is only found through a relationship with Jesus Christ. I know, because I have witnessed it in my life.

Sin is a burning lust and will consume one. It has no end but spiritual death.