The Supreme Court passed a new law last week. It said that homosexual people have the right to get married. I guess that implies that all churches should marry anyone who wants to get married. I am afraid that the churches who disagree and refuse to marry a homosexual couple will have their non-tax provision go away. Now I don’t think that homosexual people should be killed or thrown off roofs as they are in other countries. They can be forgiven just as well as anyone who lies or steals, but we should remember it is a sin.
In Leviticus 18:22, God considers homosexuality an abomination and in Leviticus 20:13, where God is setting down the laws to live by, he says “If there are men who lie down with a male as those who lie with a woman, both males have committed a detestable act.”
I don’t think the members of the Supreme Court looked in the Bible before giving them this right, but if homosexuality is a sin, why do we let them get married? “A good question” someone said to me the other day. Isn’t it better to talk forgiveness to them?
It all boils down to this: We have forgotten to read our Bibles. We have forgotten God. We have gone our own way. Our Bibles tell us that God acts when a country that has dedicated itself to Him forgets that He has given us everything. I only hope that there are many of us Americans who will stand up for the good things and fight against those things that are bad. Are you with me? I guess you noticed I haven’t used the word GAY, not even once. That is because I used to like the word, a synonym for HAPPY.