You say you want her to leave but you love responding to her. If she really did leave, you'd miss her. Just like with Frankie!<quoted text>
In the course of a day, how many sins do you think you commit? Do you think of yourself as sin-free? Are you perfect?
I ask you these questions because I always find it interesting when someone spends an inordinate amount of time pointing out what they believe to be the sins of others.
You've been coming here for a month or so (maybe longer). And your comments are always filled with bits from the Books of the Bible--telling us that being gay is wrong.
Do you spend as much time perusing the Books of the Bible looking for those verses that pertain to your own shortcomings?
Matthew 7:2-5 2 For with what judgment you judge, you will be judged; and with the measure you use, it will be measured back to you. 3 And why do you look at the speck in your brother’s eye, but do not consider the plank in your own eye? 4 Or how can you say to your brother,‘Let me remove the speck from your eye’; and look, a plank is in your own eye? 5 Hypocrite!
Here's my point... You've had your say. You firmly believe that homosexuality is a sin. Maybe you think of homosexuality as a "worse sin" than the sins you personally commit.
Isn't it convenient that you choose a "so-called sin" (i.e.: homosexuality) to harp on? As a heterosexual woman who has been married for 55 years, homosexuality isn't an act that you'd likely engage in. It must be pretty easy not breaking that "sin".
Suzanne, I think you'd do better to focus on the shortcomings in your own life. We're all adults here. Most of us are aware of what the Books of the Bible say about homosexuality. And some of us (I'll speak for myself) believe that mankind simply got it wrong when they wrote about homosexuality being sinful. I believe that God made me the way that I am and intended for me to live a happy and fulfilling life. That's my faith. That's my conclusion based on my interaction with God.
Give it a rest, Suzanne.
And here's a big "THANK YOU" in advance...
And the moral of this story is be careful what you wish for.
Imagine how boring it would be here if it was just you fruitloops agreeing with each other. Oy vey.