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Help prevent gay adoptions in FL

Discussion in 'News & Current Events (Articles Required)' started by rollinTHUNDER, Mar 19, 2002.

  1. rollinTHUNDER

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    Hello Kimanne,
    I don't see how they could know the Lord, unless they repented of their sins, or maybe they once knew Him but turned away from the way, the truth and the life. That lifestyle would force the Holy Spirit to leave. A totally lost cause.
     
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  2. rollinTHUNDER

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    I feel sorry for a child that is forced to grow up under the umbrella of a sin that God said He hates. God created Adam and Eve, not Adam and Steve. This poor kid will be confused about the normal natural affection. His father will now be able to justify his sins, and brainwash this innocent little kid. This is a very sad time in this world, in the day and age that we live in. People are starting to turn away from the sound moral doctrines in the gospel. They want someone to tell them what their itching ears want to hear. Shout the truth from the highest mountain tops.
     
  3. rollinTHUNDER

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    It's an abomination, it's sick, and it's wrong. Love is good, but to bring up a child under that lifestyle should be a crime. Physically he MAY be alright, but his emotions and affection will be cheated. He doesn't stand a chance. It can only end in disaster, because (IF) he does somehow overcome this backwards kind of love, he will probably be embarressed and ashamed of his parent, which could also end in their separation of each other. I can't see any good that can come from such non-sense. He would be much better off an orphan, waiting to be addopted by some NORMAL parents, and anything less is unacceptable in my view.
     
  4. rollinTHUNDER

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    Yes - if the loving parent is a man and has relationships with other men in the presence of the child. Amie, I work in a prison, that houses over 1000 convicts. 75 % of these,
    came from broken homes, and usually with no father to enforce some discipline. I can only imagine the horrific results that will surely follow when homosexuals are in charge of training children. There is no need for us to test this sick idea, with innocent children being the guinni pigs. I'm sorry, I only see a disater coming. This is not a wise move. I have four children, and I would never let one of these homos even babysit my kids for even 30 minutes. Do I hate gay people, no. I just don't think they need to have kids. They used to hide this nasty stuff, but now their trying to shove it down our throats. I won't tolerate it. Turn on your tv, and you'll see they are shoving it down your throat too. Not in my house. The bible says that "In the last days, men will be lovers of themselves. That is only one of the signs, but we're there.
     
  5. rollinTHUNDER

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    Amie, why is it so important to you that homosexuals be aloud to raise kids?? Would you let them raise your kids??

    Leviticus 18: 22 - "Thou shall not lie with mankind, as with womankind; it is abomination."

    Leviticus 20: 13 - "If a man lies with a man as one lies with a woman, both of them have done what is detestable. They must be put to death; their blood will be on their own heads."

    This is not my opinion, but God's !!
     
  6. rollinTHUNDER

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    I am officially dropping out of this. I had my two cents in the pot. No good came from this post. Some think homos should be parents/ and God thinks the homos should be killed. GEE - I know who's side I'm taken.

    50/50 - you pick it.
     
  7. rollinTHUNDER

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    Hi Amie,
    I have no more to say here. In my mind, God's word has settled the matter. It's not negotiable. But, as for you sister, I do not condemn you. I have nothing against you. All I'm saying is that I'm out of input. Now it is up to you to make the right decission. Whatever you believe, I promise not to be your judge. I hope the Lord blesses you too. See Ya !!
     
  8. rollinTHUNDER

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    Hello Josiah,
    You go boy !! That's fire in your words !! That's great preachin' brother !! I love it when someone preaches in BOLDNESS, anything less puts me to sleep. I agree 100 %..
     
  9. rollinTHUNDER

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    Hello Amie,
    I didn't just leave the thread because I was mad. I left it for the reason I said before. I just don't have anymore input that pertains to this subject. That doesn't mean I won't keep reading what you all say. I may have some input later, but at this time, I don't have a whole lot to say, unless you want me to start repeating myself, just kiddin'. But I do love it when someone preaches in boldness, without fear of what someone else might think, as long as they are correct. When they are not correct, they sound like babbling fools. So - I didn't go away, just little to say.
     
  10. rollinTHUNDER

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    Hi Amie,
    I really wasn't refferring to you, or anyone, just in agreement with what Josiah said. And that is really all I have to say. Nothing new here, that would change my mind, and I don't think it can be changed. My wife said to me the other night, "Ya know, I bet most people would call us extremists". I had never really thought of it that way, but I really would have to say that she is correct. I don't play around with my faith, and we are anchored deep.
     
  11. Blynn

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    Moved to current events forum.





    God bless,
    Roberta
     
  12. solo66 man

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    I have known a few homosexuals in my life and other than there homosexuality, have had much respect and liked some of them as wonderful human beings. But I do have a problem with them raising children in a way that condones homosexual behavior. When Jesus spoke of the eunuchs who were born that way, he said that some abstain for the sake of the Kingdom of God. Meaning, if you are born a certain way and abstain from that sin into which you were born, you are just as much of a Christian as any other Christian.

    I am sure God would prefer alcoholics not have children either, or other drug addicts. How about people who tell lies? How about theives? Then there are the adulterers.
    I noticed in the old testament that God had adulterers stoned to death just as much as homosexuals. And as far as I can tell, He hates liers the most of all.
    Any sin any child is brought up in is ill conceived and
    detrimental to the well being of that child.
     
  13. solo66 man

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    Are you saved? That is all that counts in the end.
    Just agree to disagree.
     
  14. solo66 man

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    Absolutely, I am in full and complete agreement with you. Amen
    I could not have made it any more clear. Anyone need a picture?
     
  15. solo66 man

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    I am a fundamentalist. Homosexuality is a sin. Put children in an extremely difficult situation like that is not good.
    If they are abstaning that is one thing, but to refuse to repent from any sin is evil. I believe only Christian couples should be able to adopt. If we are going to give children to athiests, satanists, wiccans, muslims, agnotstics, etc. there is not a difference. It is all equal sin. We might as well let homosexuals adopt.
     
  16. solo66 man

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    But according to the bible it is a sin. I would include liars, adulterers, murderers, anyone not repentant. Anyone will slip up, but to just accept sin as a way of life as
    in Sodom and Gomorah. Which God destroyed for such living.
     
  17. solo66 man

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    I understand you entirely. But, to bring children up in an obviously sinnful situation tells the child it is ok to live in a sinful way.
    God Bless You.
     
  18. solo66 man

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    I am just saying any sin is sin and I do not condone it at all. When it comes to sin, it has many names but it is still the same thing.
     
  19. solo66 man

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    Not in the severity of their sin but in that all sin seperates us from God if we do not repent.
     
  20. solo66 man

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    But it is about sin or we would not even be discussing it.
     
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