I'm going to lead in peace and love with the truth of God and life of Jesus being the exemplary. Yes, Jesus "sat down with tax collectors and sinners"; yet if you look at the context of all of every single one of those interactions - none of them - either of the people in those categories that invited him, or Jesus himself ever condoned or ignored the sin. Caleb Kaltenbach July 26, at 2: Please pray for wisdom for me in this decision. Steve July 28, at 5: THIS is what we are called to do.
I take an orthodox stance on sexuality throughout the book.
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There might be a chance to share your faith with others at the wedding. I look forward to reading it. For what you have done for me, i will not stop sharing your good name to people out there for the good work you done for me. Yes, love the sinner, hate the sin. Minnesota, your right to respond to Pastor Pete that way, but bionically, he's correct. Love people, but remember what the Bible teaches.
Is there anyone out there who needs to get back to he's or her lover back? Yeah, I take this "truth" with a grain of salt. And you lose out on those beautiful relationships and take cold comfort in your convenient faith. Neither Billy or Johnny should ever feel comfortable about their sin, and as I see it, Billy should be welcome into his parents home, but not Johnny, and the reason for this should be graciously and biblically explained to both parties. Is there anyone out there who needs to get back to he's or her lover back or needs any help of any kind?