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Sparkle <3

#82770 Apr 3, 2013
Dice wrote:
I bet K15 is dreading warm weather. shed winter clothing.
True self body of a little skinny boyish thingy freak.
Actually I enjoy the heat, the cold weather is pretty depressing after a while.

“Can't help being fabulous”

Since: Dec 10

Sparkle <3

#82771 Apr 3, 2013
JAX wrote:
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GO PLAY IN THE TRAFFIC FREAK
But unlike you I can actually read traffic signs.

“Can't help being fabulous”

Since: Dec 10

Sparkle <3

#82773 Apr 3, 2013
Lemon Lipstick wrote:
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You want to "build" a career?
So what you're are saying is you wish to incur massive amounts of debt along with usury?
Eventhough we are 17 trillion dollars in debt with tens of trillions of unfunded liabilities going forward.
How does anyone 'build' a career going forward when for instance, my children already owe the jewman 50k apiece? Where are their rights and freedoms then?
What about people that have gone into bankrupsy eventhough they paid the principle amount of what they owed but were smothered in interest?
Usury
You obviously lack any understanding of the modern world.

There are two types of people in this world, those who have delayed satisfaction, and those who go after immediate satisfaction.

Delayed satisfaction - a person will sacrifice much of their teenge years and young adult years to study and hard graft in order to make a career for themselves, and therefore have a satisfying job and adulthood.

Immediate satisfaction - a person who doesn't want to bother with school, they'd rather just drink and party, and then get a job in the local McDonalds because they'll earn a bit of money on the side. Sadly their career rarely if ever blossoms and they end up living on welfare.

The idea of going to university and building a career is so that one can better ones' self for ones children. In relative terms university debt isn't that much if you consider how much a well-educated person with transferable skills who is highly employable would be able to earn.

Sorry, I can't relate to why someone would want to live in ignorance and not better themselves, it's a concept of pride and dignity.
Frankie Rizzo

Hayward, CA

#82776 Apr 3, 2013
HOLME wrote:
Hey everyone ready for Wednesday bible study? I am!
Woo Hoo p a r t a y FREE doughnuts FREE beer
Me too!

Dandy Deacon usually opens the bar after the smoke break. Will it be open tonight at bible study?
JAX

San Jose, CA

#82778 Apr 3, 2013
Kesla15 wrote:
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But unlike you I can actually read traffic signs.
In other words your mommy still holds your hand while crossing the street?
JAX

San Jose, CA

#82779 Apr 3, 2013
K15 only a year ago you were considering mutilation.
Do you really believe anybody takes you seriously?
Grow up move away from mumsy and poppa cut that umbilical cord stop being a damn baby. Get off this thread you are sickening you do not belong here.
Straight Sh00ter

Lawrence, KS

#82784 Apr 3, 2013
Wally wrote:
<quoted text>The sub-humanHomos aspire to be recognized as human thus they seek marriage, losing cause if you ask me.
Humans don't view gerbils and rats as sex partners. Only the J8ster does that.
Straight Sh00ter

Lawrence, KS

#82785 Apr 3, 2013
What would the gays here do without the likes of us?
Mzz Cleo

San Jose, CA

#82787 Apr 3, 2013
Straight Sh00ter wrote:
What would the gays here do without the likes of us?
They would wonder aimlessly never knowing right from wrong.

Deacon running little late, what the heck the bar is open smoke'm if you got'em.

~free parking in the rear~
Mzz Cleo

San Jose, CA

#82788 Apr 3, 2013
WASHINGTON — The pastor whom President Obama has chosen to deliver the benediction at his inauguration this month delivered a sermon in the 1990s in which he called on fellow Christians to fight the “aggressive agenda” of the gay rights movement and advocated “the healing power of Jesus” as “the only way out of a homosexual lifestyle.”

Think Progress, a liberal blog affiliated with the Center for American Progress Action Fund, reported Wednesday afternoon on the sermon delivered by the Rev. Louie Giglio, an Atlanta minister and founder of the Passion Conferences, a group dedicated to uniting college students in worship and prayer.

The speech,“In Search of a Standard — Christian Response to Homosexuality,” can be heard on Discipleship Library, a Christian training Web site.

In it, Mr. Giglio cites Scripture in saying that homosexuality “is sin in the eyes of God, and it is sin in the word of God.” He warned against gay rights.“That movement is not a benevolent movement,” he said.“It is a movement to seize by any means necessary the feeling and the mood of the day, to the point where the homosexual lifestyle becomes accepted as a norm in our society.”

Inaugural officials did not respond to a request for comment, and a spokeswoman for Mr. Giglio was not available.

Wayne Besen, founder of Truth Wins Out, which fights antigay sentiment, said:“It is imperative that Giglio clarify his remarks and explain whether he has evolved on gay rights, like so many other faith and political leaders. It would be a shame to select a preacher with backward views on L.G.B.T. people at a moment when the nation is rapidly moving forward on our issues.”

The controversy over Mr. Giglio carries echoes of the 2009 inaugural, when Mr. Obama offended many gay people by selecting the Rev. Rick Warren, author of “A Purpose Driven Life” and an opponent of same-sex marriage, to deliver the invocation. Gay rights advocates have not forgotten.

“You’d think that once burned, the Obama inaugural team would be twice shy about picking an antigay bigot for the swearing-in ceremony,” John Aravosis wrote on Americablog, which covers gay and lesbian issues.“Well, meet Rick Warren-lite, Pastor Louie Giglio.”

But the president also pleased his gay constituency on Wednesday, when his committee announced that it had selected Richard Blanco, an openly gay writer of Cuban descent, to be the 2013 inaugural poet.
Dandy Deacon

San Jose, CA

#82789 Apr 3, 2013
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In today’s society, homosexuality has become "the forgotten sin." While Scripture is clear on the subject, the Church has quickly, and meekly followed the world and softened its’ stance. Let us examine God’s revealed truth about homosexuality in both the Old and New Testaments.
Homosexuals are not to be singled out and rallied against by Christians. Their sin is no greater than anyone else’s. It was James who said ‘More damage is done by the tongue than by any other sin’. We as Christians need to be careful not to gather up our self-righteous robes and attack a particular sin that we, ourselves, do not struggle with. We are to examine this subject as sinners redeemed by grace, not as superiors with authority. Nevertheless, the Church needs to be clear on what the Bible teaches about homosexuality. My concern is not that the world has deemed homosexuality an acceptable form of sexual expression, but that the Church has willingly done so.
It should come as no surprise that the world has declared homosexuality a behavioral norm. In a September, 1992 editorial in The New York Times, Dr. Richard Isay asserts that a "consensus is growing among mental health professionals that homophobia, the irrational fear and hatred of homosexuals, is a psychological abnormality that interferes with the judgment and reliability of those afflicted." Isay is chairman of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual Issues Committee, of the American Psychiatric Association.
How quickly the world changes. Not long ago, psychiatrists believed homosexuality was a form of mental illness. Now they say homosexuality is normal, while those who oppose it have a mental illness. It is easy to see the total lack of scientific validity of psychiatry or psychology when one understands how their theories are established. Whatever the popular view of the world may be, the "psychological sciences" are sure to support that view.
Notice the definition of homophobia according to Dr. Isay. It is the "irrational fear and hatred of homosexuals." Does this definition imply there is also a rational fear and hatred of homosexuals? This definition puts anyone who opposes homosexuality in a box. They are irrational and hateful. The problem is this definition cannot apply to a Christian addressing the subject of homosexuality according to Scripture. Irrational thoughts and hatred have nothing to do with what God says about the subject, but that is not how the world sees it. If a Christian condones homosexuality, he is in open rebellion to the Word of God. On the other hand, if a believer opposes homosexuality, the world says he is irrational, hateful and cannot make a reliable judgment. Also, if a person does not accept homosexuality as a perfectly normal expression of love, the world says he is mentally ill. There is no way to win.
What positions are Christians taking regarding homosexuality? A recent article in Christianity Today by Andres Tapia proclaimed "Homosexuality Debate Strains Campus Harmony." The article began, "Christian college campuses across the country have become the setting for an intense struggle over homosexuality." That in itself, reflects a changing attitude. Homosexuality used to be one of the black and white issues all Christians agreed upon: homosexuality was sin. Now, it is in the forefront of intense debates raging on Evangelical Christian campuses across the nation. Proponents
Dandy Deacon

San Jose, CA

#82790 Apr 3, 2013
btw thank you Mzz Cleo for your presentation
Dandy Deacon

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#82792 Apr 3, 2013
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of homosexuality assert that gay rights include freedom of speech, academic freedom, and freedom of theological beliefs.
The only question that needs to be addressed is that of theological beliefs. The subject of homosexuality as a sin has nothing to do with the Constitution of the United States of America, but it has everything to do with the Word of the Living God. The issue is, "What does the Bible say about homosexuality?"
At Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan, great turmoil was raised as an anti-homosexual rights speaker arrived on campus. After more than one thousand students attended his speech, the administrators decided that they must also present the pro-homosexual view. In a similar situation, a group of self-defined "Christian" students from Eastern College (formerly Eastern Baptist College) in St. David, Pennsylvania marched in the gay rights parade in Washington, D. C., our nation’s capital. Gordon College in Wenham, Massachusetts, also has had serious debate over this issue.
On the other side, the Christian and Missionary Alliance’s Nyack College in New York did not renew the contract of a teacher who proudly displayed a button that read, "support gay rights." The president of the university was also fired for defending the teacher’s actions.
In his Christianity Today article, Tapia went on to write, "Most of the schools involved in the recent controversies either officially make, or are considering the distinction between homosexual orientation and homosexual conduct." This is disastrous reasoning. When someone becomes a Christian, he becomes a "new creature; the old things passed away; behold, new things have come" (2 Corinthians 5:17). The description of someone as a homosexual, or an alcoholic, or an adulterer, or whatever area of sin someone was involved in, has validity before he becomes a believer. When someone has experienced life-changing salvation through Christ, however, the power of sin no longer controls that person. He is a "new creature." There is no distinction between orientation and conduct in the Bible.
One reason the Church has gotten into so much trouble is due to the authority that has been given to psychiatrists, psychologists, and sociologists. Consider what Tony Compollo, professor of sociology at Eastern College said concerning the subject of homosexuality: "Evangelicals have been undeniably cruel and mean. I feel that the way the Church is behaving toward gays is an embarrassment to Jesus." The article continues, "these stands, as well as the large number of students who wrote letters to their school newspaper condemning the bitterness of the debate, seems to have reassured some homosexuals that it might be safe for them to remain enrolled at Christian colleges."
Another concern is the political activity of accrediting associations. Some states have passed homosexual rights legislation. Richard Gathro, Vice President of the Christian College Coalition said, "Some Christian schools might become vulnerable to losing accreditation, or to lawsuits."
The "coming out" of homosexuals who say they remain true to their Evangelical Christian heritage is firing up the theological debate. These students are often respected by their peers and teachers, and their faith language sounds familiar. They feel they are being good Christians. The issue is not what "feels right," but what is
Dandy Deacon

San Jose, CA

#82793 Apr 3, 2013

biblically right. Correct biblical interpretation has nothing to do with feelings and emotion. Christians must take a position on a subject by looking at the theology first, second, and last.
When emotions and feelings become part of the consideration in an issue such as homosexuality, we begin to question the validity of the Bible. Thoughts creep in such as, "I know that person who said he’s gay. He’s pretty nice. He doesn’t cause any problems. I respect his opinion in class. He publicly displayed his faith in Christ last year. What’s the big deal? Let’s just go on with our lives and not make an issue out of his homosexuality." That all may be true, but Christians are not called to "get on with our lives." They are called to take a biblical stand with Christian love. The character of Christ must characterize all who are believers in the person and work of the Lord Jesus Christ.
Often, those who are genuine Bible-believing Christians are called "narrow-minded," "judgmental," and "bigots" because of the stand taken against the things welcomed by the world. The stand Jesus Christ took against all sin, however, could not be any clearer. He was perhaps the most "narrow-minded," "judgmental," "bigoted" person to ever walk the face of the earth, as viewed by this world’s standards.
Within the homosexuality debate is the argument that claims scriptural acceptance of homosexuals. A leader in this movement recently asserted that Scripture forbids only the act of homosexual prostitution. He asserts that a monogamous homosexual relationship based on love is within the bounds of a scriptural relationship. He said, "If homosexual students on Christian campuses do not find support, they will go outside of the school to find it. If gay students can’t date on campus, where are they going to find someone to share their life with?" How does this question have anything to do with the issue? Are we to believe that we cannot tell a homosexual he is in sin, because he might leave the campus of a Christian school, without finding a homosexual, lifelong partner? The Apostle Paul instructed Christians on how to deal with such situations. He said, "deliver such a one to Satan for the destruction of his flesh, that his spirit may be saved in the day of the Lord Jesus" (1 Corinthians 5:5).
The article in Christianity Today concludes, "Because they are often respected, likeable and spiritually committed students, the issue moves from being solely a political and moral debate to being an agonizingly personal one." Well, that is just not true. Homosexuality is a biblical issue, not a political issue. How we "feel" about it is not relevant. What the Bible says about it is completely relevant.
For believers, the pressure from the world to conform to its’ standards is intense. Romans 12:1- 2 reminds us how we are to live as children of God. Paul says, "I urge you therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God, to present your bodies a living and holy sacrifice, acceptable to God, which is your spiritual service of worship. And do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, that you may prove what the will of God is, that which is good and acceptable and perfect." When believers allow themselves to be harnessed by the standards of this world, they are being conformed, rather than transformed.
There are two foundational points I
Dandy Deacon

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#82794 Apr 3, 2013
comical hey Jade?
Dandy Deacon

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#82796 Apr 3, 2013
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would like to examine before we survey the biblical view of homosexuality. The first is found in Isaiah 8:19:"And when they say to you,‘Consult the mediums and the wizards who whisper and mutter,’ should not a people consult their God? Should they consult the dead on behalf of the living?" In this passage Israel was turning to other things besides the Living God to set their standard. They were even consulting the mediums and the wizards. In Isaiah 8:20, Isaiah goes on to say, "To the law and to the testimony! If they do not speak according to this word, it is because they have no dawn." In other words, if someone disagrees with the revealed Word of God, it is because they are in darkness. God’s Word is absolute truth and is the only true standard by which we must live.
The second point that we must understand is that Scripture is not to be twisted to fit particular needs and wants. This is what the supporters of "Christian" gay rights are doing. In 2 Peter 3:14 we read, "Therefore, beloved, since you look for these things, be diligent to be found by Him in peace, spotless and blameless." Peter continues, "As also in all his letters, speaking in them of these things, in which are some things hard to understand, which the untaught and unstable distort, as they do also the rest of the Scriptures, to their own destruction. You therefore, beloved, knowing this beforehand, be on your guard lest, being carried away by the error of unprincipled men, you fall from your own steadfastness" (2 Peter 3:16,17). Christians must be wary of those who distort God’s truth.
In the Church today, the Scripture is being misrepresented over and over again, and unprincipled men are misleading many believers. Behavior, which the Bible clearly condemns, is being welcomed with open arms, while biblical standards and commandments are being called "outdated," "narrow-minded" and "unloving."
The Old Testament view of homosexuality begins in Genesis. God’s purposes for man and woman are seen in the biblical account of creation in Genesis 1 and 2. The acceptance of homosexuality in the Church can be traced to an erosion of the understanding that men and women have very distinct roles that differ from, yet compliment each other. In the past, the majority of churches recognized the truth that the Bible defined homosexual behavior as sinful. More recently, however, the roles of men and women began to be blurred to the point where the only difference was that women could have children, while men could not. Thus, these churches created a unisex humanity. Suddenly, homosexual behavior was not so hard to accept.
Genesis 1:26 recounts the creation of mankind. Moses wrote, "Then God said,’Let Us make man in Our image, according to Our likeness.’ " Continuing in verse 27, we are told, "And God created man in His own image, in the image of God He created him; male and female He created them." In Genesis 1:31, Moses tells us the opinion God had of His creation, "And God saw all that He had made, and behold, it was very good." This includes, at that point, the one man and one woman that God had made.
In Genesis 2 an elaboration of the creation account is given. In Genesis 2:7 Moses declared, "Then the Lord God formed man of dust from the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living being." Then God placed man into the garden He had
Dandy Deacon

San Jose, CA

#82797 Apr 3, 2013
would like to examine before we survey the biblical view of homosexuality. The first is found in Isaiah 8:19:"And when they say to you,‘Consult the mediums and the wizards who whisper and mutter,’ should not a people consult their God? Should they consult the dead on behalf of the living?" In this passage Israel was turning to other things besides the Living God to set their standard. They were even consulting the mediums and the wizards. In Isaiah 8:20, Isaiah goes on to say, "To the law and to the testimony! If they do not speak according to this word, it is because they have no dawn." In other words, if someone disagrees with the revealed Word of God, it is because they are in darkness. God’s Word is absolute truth and is the only true standard by which we must live.
The second point that we must understand is that Scripture is not to be twisted to fit particular needs and wants. This is what the supporters of "Christian" gay rights are doing. In 2 Peter 3:14 we read, "Therefore, beloved, since you look for these things, be diligent to be found by Him in peace, spotless and blameless." Peter continues, "As also in all his letters, speaking in them of these things, in which are some things hard to understand, which the untaught and unstable distort, as they do also the rest of the Scriptures, to their own destruction. You therefore, beloved, knowing this beforehand, be on your guard lest, being carried away by the error of unprincipled men, you fall from your own steadfastness" (2 Peter 3:16,17). Christians must be wary of those who distort God’s truth.
In the Church today, the Scripture is being misrepresented over and over again, and unprincipled men are misleading many believers. Behavior, which the Bible clearly condemns, is being welcomed with open arms, while biblical standards and commandments are being called "outdated," "narrow-minded" and "unloving."
The Old Testament view of homosexuality begins in Genesis. God’s purposes for man and woman are seen in the biblical account of creation in Genesis 1 and 2. The acceptance of homosexuality in the Church can be traced to an erosion of the understanding that men and women have very distinct roles that differ from, yet compliment each other. In the past, the majority of churches recognized the truth that the Bible defined homosexual behavior as sinful. More recently, however, the roles of men and women began to be blurred to the point where the only difference was that women could have children, while men could not. Thus, these churches created a unisex humanity. Suddenly, homosexual behavior was not so hard to accept.
Genesis 1:26 recounts the creation of mankind. Moses wrote, "Then God said,’Let Us make man in Our image, according to Our likeness.’ " Continuing in verse 27, we are told, "And God created man in His own image, in the image of God He created him; male and female He created them." In Genesis 1:31, Moses tells us the opinion God had of His creation, "And God saw all that He had made, and behold, it was very good." This includes, at that point, the one man and one woman that God had made.
In Genesis 2 an elaboration of the creation account is given. In Genesis 2:7 Moses declared, "Then the Lord God formed man of dust from the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living being." Then God placed man into the garden He had
Dandy Deacon

San Jose, CA

#82798 Apr 3, 2013
~30 minute smoke break belly up to the bar~
Dandy Deacon

San Jose, CA

#82800 Apr 3, 2013
created. God created the first man. He was perfect. He had no flaws, no imperfections, and no shortcomings. Yet something was missing. In Genesis 2:18, God said, "It is not good for the man to be alone; I will make him a helper suitable for him." Incidentally, the word "helper" is not a put down, as so many feminists love to claim. It is a word that was used for God Himself in the Old Testament. God knew that man was not complete by himself. He needed a helper who complemented him. He needed a helper who was fitted to him.
First, however, God created the animals (Genesis 2:19). Why did He do this? He wanted Adam to realize that he was alone. It was not that God all of a sudden realized Adam wouldn’t be happy having a cow as a mate. God wanted Adam to be receptive of the woman He was going to create for him, and understand that he was not yet complete.
Genesis 2:21-24 gives the account of the creation of woman, and establishes the foundation for the marriage relationship of all men and women. Moses said, "So the Lord God caused a deep sleep to fall upon the man, and he slept; then He took one of his ribs, and closed up the flesh at that place. And the Lord God fashioned into a woman the rib which He had taken from the man, and brought her to the man. And the man said,‘This is now bone of my bones, and flesh of my flesh; she shall be called Woman, because she was taken out of Man.’ For this cause a man shall leave his father and his mother; and shall cleave to his wife; and they shall become one flesh." This account is foundational to all Scripture. The Old and New Testaments build continually and consistently on the truth of the creation of man and woman with distinct roles within the marriage relationship.
In 1 Corinthians 11, Paul referred to the creation account to make his point that God established a certain order of authority. Paul reminds us, "For man does not originate from woman, but woman from man; for indeed man was not created for the woman’s sake, but woman for the man’s sake" (1 Corinthians 11:8, 9). Men and women were created differently. Adam was created from the dust of the ground, but Eve was created from Adam’s rib. God created man and woman differently for a reason. He could have created both man and woman from dust, but God did not want two separate, independent entities. He wanted two people who were fitted together, complementing each other.
A woman is the perfect counterpart for a man. She is necessary for the man to completely fulfill his responsibilities before God. Only those with the special God-given gift of celibacy have the ability to meet these responsibilities without the help of a marriage partner. Consequently, we understand that God did not create men and women to go their own separate ways, but intended a man and a woman to be together, helping each other in a lifelong marriage relationship.
The establishment of the marriage relationship is seen in Genesis 2:24. Adam and Eve began as one flesh. He was part of her, and she was part of him. The bond established in a marriage relationship supersedes the physical relationship between a man and woman. It also supersedes the relationship between parents and children. This bond between a husband and wife is expressed through the sexual relationship. Although the relationship goes beyond sex, it is this sexual union that expresses the oneness that God
Dandy Deacon

San Jose, CA

#82801 Apr 3, 2013
intended for the husband and wife.
In the New Testament, Matthew 19:4-6 validates what the Old Testament says on this subject. When asked about the subject of divorce, Jesus said, "Have you not read, that He who created them from the beginning made them male and female, and said,‘For this reason a man shall leave his father and mother, and shall cleave to his wife, and the two shall become one flesh?’ So they are no longer two, but one flesh. What therefore God has joined together, let no man separate." Jesus condemned the Pharisees for not knowing the truth of Genesis 2. Not only did Jesus emphasize that relationships are to be between males and females, He specifies that relationships are to be between one male and one female, for an entire lifetime. Men and women are perfectly fitted to meet one another’s needs.
Today, the Church is following the world’s pattern. In 1972, 76% of all adults were married. By 1992, that figure had dropped to 54%. It is apparent that Christian men need to get back into the Scriptures and take a spiritual leadership role in their families. A man is to leave his mother and father and cleave to his wife. We should not be surprised that the world rejects the Word of God concerning marriage, but it is terrible that those within the Church also reject His Word concerning marriage.
In the New Testament, Hebrews 13:4 reminds us that there are consequences to rejecting the Word of God. God said, "Let marriage be held in honor among all, and let the marriage bed be undefiled; for fornicators and adulterers God will judge." When men and women are called before the judgment throne of God, the question will not be, "what was the law and accepted practice in your state?" The question will be "what does God’s Word say?" That is the divine authority.
The problem today is that the Church has rejected the roles God outlined for men and women. In Christian homes across the country, daughters are encouraged to act exactly like the sons in the family. There is no distinction between the roles of men and women. As the world becomes more rebellious and contrary to the commands of Scripture, so too, does the church that is not grounded in the Word of God.
It is easy to understand how these types of churches have come to reject the established male and female roles found in the Bible. When gender lines are erased, what does it matter if a man has a sexual relationship with another man, or a woman with another woman? They love each other don’t they? Surely God understands that times have changed. This is the worldly attitude that many churches are taking, but it is in direct opposition to the Word of God.
Another popular movement today is male and female bonding. It is not wrong for men to get together, or women to get together, and enjoy each other’s company. The idea, however, that our closest bond on earth is with those of the same sex is a blatant lie. Our closest bond on earth is to be with our husband or wife. God has provided the perfect helpmate for us through that person. This is why it is so important that the scriptural position on men and women’s roles be clearly taught. When we don’t have a clear understanding of Scripture, it is only a matter of time before the “unprincipled” teachers Peter warned us about lure us from the truth of the Word of God.

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