Rabyd Opinion – Christians, Before You Boycott Over Homosexual Marriage – Read This

This is a very insightful viewpoint towards the recent development regarding this widely contested issue. In the midst of our world’s current political climate it is so easy for Christians (myself included) to lose sight of the Great Commission. That’s why it is integral that as a Church we are continually keeping ourselves in check through relying on God’s Authoritative Word.
The Scriptures are essentially our “litmus test”, therefore they must be at the forefront of every Christian’s life. Like 2 Timothy 3:16-17 teaches us, “All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness, so that the servant of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work”.
As Ambassadors of Christ I pray that we may reflect His gentleness, His compassion, His grace, and, most importantly, His unconditional love towards absolutely everyone. Lord, please help us to love the sinner but to hate the sin instead. I pray Your Spirit will empower us to keep our conversation with others full of grace and seasoned with salt(‭Colossians‬ ‭4‬:‭6‬).
In Jesus’ Name, I pray, Amen.

All Things Rabyd

I would rather be writing my Sermon Redux this morning but the events of this weekend and Christian response to the homosexual marriage decision by SCOTUS have left me a little irritated as to which Jesus Christ people are following.  I already wrote one article on this Rabyd Opinion – A Little Rational Perspective on Gay Marriage for Christians and it has been taken to heart by some others have simply decided to continue their temper tantrum because they lost and have now started to plan and execute more form of resistance to this decision.  The biggest problem some of them now have is how many companies came out in support of this decision and how they plan to boycott them, etc.  On a practical note, this is going to be amusing because if you boycott everything that promotes sin you are going to probably be down to eating nothing and buying…

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