Gays at church on Easter Sunday

Gays at church on Easter Sunday

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Devout Baptist

Dallas, TX

#1 Apr 1, 2013
I know this will offend some, but I was sickened to look around the auditorium yesterday and see all the gays that had come out of the woodwork for Easter Sunday service. This happens every year. I guess they think that people will be more open minded and forgiving on Easter so they all just show up en masse even though they don't darken the door otherwise. You will never be accepted until you repent and turn away from getting each other up the bungholes! Then and only then will you be accepted. As long as you continue with your current lifestyle you are all outcasts and will never be accepted.
Glass Houses n Pipes

Jackson, TN

#2 Apr 1, 2013
Better watch out tossing those stones before one bounces off and hits you in your sinning ass. Lay off the pipe too while you're at it old coot. Who in the Hell do you think you are to sit in judgement of someone elses life? Mind your own Goddamned business and stop worrying about what someone else does in the privacy of their own bedroom. Just because you ain't getting none you're grumpier than an old bear in heat. Get a clue and get a life. One of your own.
chillax

Farmer City, IL

#3 Apr 1, 2013
Devout Baptist wrote:
I know this will offend some, but I was sickened to look around the auditorium yesterday and see all the gays that had come out of the woodwork for Easter Sunday service. This happens every year. I guess they think that people will be more open minded and forgiving on Easter so they all just show up en masse even though they don't darken the door otherwise. You will never be accepted until you repent and turn away from getting each other up the bungholes! Then and only then will you be accepted. As long as you continue with your current lifestyle you are all outcasts and will never be accepted.
Let the man without sin cast the first stone.

“I am what I am.”

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#4 Apr 1, 2013
You do not think gays should be allowed in your church? Makes me wonder the denomination of your "faith".
Uncle Remus

Chatsworth, GA

#5 Apr 1, 2013
Church is where they need to be.
Knows

Tucker, GA

#6 Apr 1, 2013
Glass Houses n Pipes wrote:
Better watch out tossing those stones before one bounces off and hits you in your sinning ass. Lay off the pipe too while you're at it old coot. Who in the Hell do you think you are to sit in judgement of someone elses life? Mind your own Goddamned business and stop worrying about what someone else does in the privacy of their own bedroom. Just because you ain't getting none you're grumpier than an old bear in heat. Get a clue and get a life. One of your own.
Shame on you for using God's name in vain, you need to calm down, sin is sin.
shilohgirl

United States

#7 Apr 1, 2013
Devout Baptist wrote:
I know this will offend some, but I was sickened to look around the auditorium yesterday and see all the gays that had come out of the woodwork for Easter Sunday service. This happens every year. I guess they think that people will be more open minded and forgiving on Easter so they all just show up en masse even though they don't darken the door otherwise. You will never be accepted until you repent and turn away from getting each other up the bungholes! Then and only then will you be accepted. As long as you continue with your current lifestyle you are all outcasts and will never be accepted.
I guess it's a good thing you are not the one they need forgiveness from huh?
What

Ava, MO

#8 Apr 1, 2013
Church is the Body of Christ comming together for fellowship, not a gathering of the ungodly who practice abomination and take pride in it.
What

Ava, MO

#9 Apr 1, 2013
chillax wrote:
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Let the man without sin cast the first stone.
Preaching the way and Word of the Lord is not casting a stone but speaking the truth of the Lord's Word. You left out the part where Jesus said "Go and sin no more."
Anonymous

Lexington, TN

#10 Apr 1, 2013
Better church than the bars. Just saying. They sure won't hear the word of God elsewhere. Showing love will go farther than hate or condemnation. I will never agree with this life style but I sure can let the love of Christ shine through me. God is LOVE!!!!! Holier than thou with never win this war.
Too short

United States

#11 Apr 1, 2013
Having read a page or two in the Bible I don't see where the pillow biters fit in church unless they're there to repent. Some will say they were born that way but its kind of like a dog born with three legs. It happens but its a freak of nature. Anything that goes against nature will not prosper.
Furious George

Jackson, TN

#12 Apr 1, 2013
Too short wrote:
Anything that goes against nature will not prosper.
The Internet is about as far from "nature" as you can get, yet you just used it. Oh well, it's a good thing religions are all man-made. Otherwise we'd have to stop wearing clothes, park our cars for good, and go back to being hunter-gatherers. Wouldn't want to go against nature amirite?

Hitchens was right. The religious mind is immune to irony. "Rightly are the simple so called."
Too short

United States

#13 Apr 1, 2013
Furious George wrote:
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The Internet is about as far from "nature" as you can get, yet you just used it. Oh well, it's a good thing religions are all man-made. Otherwise we'd have to stop wearing clothes, park our cars for good, and go back to being hunter-gatherers. Wouldn't want to go against nature amirite?
Hitchens was right. The religious mind is immune to irony. "Rightly are the simple so called."
It is fortunately a part of human nature to use and develop tools. It is what sets us apart from lower primates such as yourself.
Saved By Grace

Humboldt, TN

#16 Apr 2, 2013
Devout Baptist wrote:
I know this will offend some, but I was sickened to look around the auditorium yesterday and see all the gays that had come out of the woodwork for Easter Sunday service. This happens every year. I guess they think that people will be more open minded and forgiving on Easter so they all just show up en masse even though they don't darken the door otherwise. You will never be accepted until you repent and turn away from getting each other up the bungholes! Then and only then will you be accepted. As long as you continue with your current lifestyle you are all outcasts and will never be accepted.
My God tells me to Love everyone as I have Loved you. These people are sinners just like us all. I do not agree with it however, we are suppose to love them and hate their sin. We have to pray that their eyes will be opened to their sin. Their sin is no greater than drinking or doing drugs sin is sin.
Devout Baptist

Dallas, TX

#17 Apr 2, 2013
I beg to differ. Drinking and doing drugs involves only your own body. Corn hulling involves someone elses body. Big difference.
shilohgirl

United States

#18 Apr 2, 2013
What wrote:
Church is the Body of Christ comming together for fellowship, not a gathering of the ungodly who practice abomination and take pride in it.
You do know the Jesus spent his time with the sinners more than the saved, right? People who are already saved do not need saving the ones who are not need him more.
no alibi

Olive Branch, MS

#19 Apr 2, 2013
shilohgirl wrote:
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You do know the Jesus spent his time with the sinners more than the saved, right? People who are already saved do not need saving the ones who are not need him more.
Jesus's advice to those people was " go and sin no more".
Saved By Grace

Humboldt, TN

#20 Apr 2, 2013
Devout Baptist wrote:
I beg to differ. Drinking and doing drugs involves only your own body. Corn hulling involves someone elses body. Big difference.
Drugs is one person sinning, Drinking is one person sinning, the other you are talking about is two people sinning. Sin is Sin.

“I am what I am.”

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#21 Apr 2, 2013
Drinking is not a sin; Jesus made wine from water; remember?
Drugs usually means 2 people sinned-the seller as well as the buyer/user.
hmm

United States

#22 Apr 2, 2013
Yes Jesus loved sinners, and so do I. But because he loved them he told them a better way and corrected them in an attempt to save their souls. They need to be in church and yes we should tell them what they're doing is sin but do it with love and compassion not hatred. Calling someone a faggot and screaming they are going to hell is wrong, Try sitting down with a bible and discussing it, answer their questions and shine your light!

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