This May Anger Y'all!!!! .... But I don't care as long as you think
on God's words Mt 5:21-26
I think it is time that we bury the hatchet on our phobias. We need to know what is right and what is wrong! But when people turn to Christ they must feel the warmth of home from its believers. I felt this hatred when I was crossing the street one day, I was age ten, and I waved at a girl, the girl said; "I can't talk to you for you and your kind are Christ Killers." Now, looking back, I want to hug that little girl and tell her sorry that you feel that way; then I would tell her: "I can assure you that it was God's plan to kill his only son, and that this plan was done because of all of our sins, and the fact that all of our sins were so grievous that we could not correct our own actions. He loved us so much that he sent his only son to us as a gift of redemption."
I ask that you watch this clip with open eyes, and child like minds. I know it is hard for me a heterosexual to look at two men kissing. I know it is hard to look at Jesus portrayed as a homosexual! I know it is hard to face your fearful pride! I know we must hold onto our principles, but don't let the principles harden the heart and we fail to love our brothers (homosexual or heterosexual). We must point like men on a hill to the love and righteousness found in Christs forgiveness for all sins.
We can not point when we are yelling at our brother for their behavior. The child will ask, "Momy and Dad why are these people hated?" Don't bar the child from the love of Christ!
John Fuller vice president of Focus on the Family's Audio and New Media devision said.
All of us – including those with special needs, the elderly, the orphan, the preborn – have inherent worth because we are uniquely created by God for a purpose. Once we recognize this simple truth, we are inspired to offer a kind word and an understanding heart to those society considers outcasts. Once we see the dignity in each and every individual, we become willing to disrupt our “model” lives and embrace the beautiful mess of investing in others.Listen to a sermon on 5:21-26 from Christ Church Berkley.