Let me edit your post if I may, eliminating unnecessary words.<quoted text>
You know what? Save it for the church, sister.
Let me peel apart this onion of a post...
1.) There are plenty of same-sex couples out there who have 55 years under their belt. If you think that heterosexuals are the only ones who can remain together for more than a few days, you're simply mistaken.
2.) Sodom, Gomorrah, and the other cities were destroyed because they were wicked cities. It wasn't because there were gay people there. It was because they were inhabited by wealthy people who did not share with the less fortunate.
Ezekiel 16:49-50 "Now this was the sin of your sister Sodom: She and her daughters were arrogant, overfed and unconcerned; they did not help the poor and needy. 50 They were haughty and did detestable things before me. Therefore I did away with them as you have seen."
So, if you're going to use scripture, at least get it right.
3.) I have a problem with your sentence "You will be forgiven for anything that you have done in the past that was sinful and you WILL BE FREE FROM SIN.(emphasis added)
There is no indication anywhere that by accepting Christ as our savior that anyone will be free from sin. Even the forgiven will continue to sin. We are imperfect people. We will always fall short of God's plan.
4.) It is OK to use current English language when quoting from scripture.
The use of "eths", as in "overcometh", for example, was falling out of the English language even as the King James Version of the Books of the Bible were being written. The same is true for "thee", "thou", and "thy".
Sometimes I believe people use these words almost as if they are reciting an incantation--speaking in magical terms.
5.) Try to see scripture for what it is--a guide. It is not a rulebook. You should seek your guidance from your personal relationship with God and not so much from ancient texts that have been translated dozens of times.
"F*** you fundie" See? I said the same thing in three words.
Try writing six word stories. Very good exercise. Oh I know, you're a natural talent and don't need it but it's fun.
Disputes between nations. Sorrow among families.