No gray areas...
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It seems to me that homosexuals have decided in their hearts, minds and souls to disregard the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Instead, they go the opposite direction.

The basics of God’s love are the Truth and the Light, a foundation that has Jesus as the cornerstone.

A good analogy would be the story of “The Three Little Pigs.” You cannot build on a foundation that has no foothold or cornerstone. If you do, it might seem to be strong and beautiful, and it will fool a lot of people. But when the storms come it will be washed away.

You must build on that which is true and pure, what is right in God’s eyes. This life is pretty simple. It is all about choices, right or wrong, yes or no, light or dark, etc. There are no gray areas. If your choice is dark, then let it be. Have a good trip.

Only the marriage between a man and a woman can enter into Holy Matrimony with the Holy Trinity. Homosexuality doesn’t work and never will in the eyes of God. You can’t put a square peg into a round hole. It’s not right – it’s sick and wrong.

God loves everybody. He always has and always will. He constantly knocks at your door. It is your choice to open it. It’s pretty easy. Don’t be afraid. Walk into the light. It’s a pretty wonderful trip.

– James Edward Davis

Moab

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