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  1. PATMEN's Avatar
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    Hi Robo0p,

    With today's immorality of intercourse, after first date! I really doubt, that the guy did not know! The world is becoming just like Sodom and Gomorrah!

    GBU, my brother in the Lord
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    Hi Robo0p,

    Better to be right with God, than your neighbor! But still, we must pray and hope that someday... your neighbor will find in his life... Jesus, our Lord and Savior!

    GBU, my brother in the Lord
  3. sparrow's Avatar
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    I agree with lasvegasgrl. We are Christians? ( Christ Like) Is Jesus going to laugh at the 2 people dressed like girls? No. He sees them , knows there hearts and why they are the way they are. You so called Christians should pray for them everyday.
  4. lasvegasgrl's Avatar
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    >>>"sir, it's a gay". Yuk.>>>

    That's so mean. Are you without sin to be casting these kinds of stones? Gay people are still people. Do you think God loves them less than you? Or thinks they are less deserving of his love than you, or the respect of human decency? This really made me sad to read. Should I call you by your sins and then say "yuk" as though you were so despicable i had to describe it with a vomit sound? Should you call me by my sins and then say "yuk" as if I am a disgusting example of humanity? I'm so upset by the Christian community thinking its okay to outwardly loathe gay human beings as though their sins were any more despicable than their own sins and temptations. No one is perfect. No one.
  5. fellclaw01's Avatar
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    This is a very complex issue because gay people feel they are being persecuted and being denied thier human rights.

    The word of God is specific so it creates conflict - personally I feel we should try to focus purely on our own salvation and the daily challenges and burdens we have.

    If we can consider for a moment what a great burden being gay would be. They are feeling defensive and will attack as they feel justified they are in the right. I feel it is a conflict that benefits thier cause rather than the word of God.

    All we can do is pray and lead by example
  6. eminemjrxx's Avatar
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    lol i think sumone spiked my drink or sumet evaryfing is makin me laff so hard
  7. maxwel's Avatar
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    I am laughing SOOOO hard!!!!

    Awkward.
    Maybe you could pass the guy a note... like we used to do in gradeschool, lol.
  8. Frederik's Avatar
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    Ladyboy or whatever. I wouldn't tell... It's a restaurant- No need for it there. In a bar I would tell. But most ppl in a bar knows! But interesting topic. Thank you
  9. RoboOp's Avatar
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    Seriously sometimes they fool me too. I mean once there was a "lady" who suddenly started motioning to me through the glass wall/window of a store in the mall, like excited to see me like she knew me or something. Very aggressive. Came to the entrance of the small shop, trying to talk to me. When I realized that this was simply a prostitute trying to pick me up, I ran away from "her" and I announced to the employees in the small shop "I DON'T KNOW HER", and made it clear that I don't want anything to do with "her". Then they kindly informed me "sir, it's a gay". Yuk. I didn't even know! But after they told me and I saw the person again, it was really clear upon closer examination that it wasn't a real woman. (I saw "her" shortly afterwards, happily tagging along with and talking to another stupid foreigner, who apparently didn't know either!!!)
  10. Scotty's Avatar
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    I would pull him to the side and be like "This is what's up..."
    Not in front of the "ladies", though...
  11. psalm6819's Avatar
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    I'd tell him. What if the man is trying to keep the relationship pure so he hasn't had intimate physical contact with the partner that's misrepresenting gender. Not to be indelicate but not all women are Dolly Partin so it may not be visually apparent that this person really is male.
  12. Fenner's Avatar
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    Go up to the table and say, hey guys how's it going?
  13. hon2294's Avatar
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    if we had the chance to talk and he seems to be open i would tell him (whether he seems to know that she's a real lady or not)
    i think that would be a relief xD
  14. PreciousMe's Avatar
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    maybe the guy knows that his gf isn't really girl at all... hehehe...
  15. rejoice83's Avatar
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    Let him know!
  16. dliz's Avatar
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    Or maybe the guy is okay with the fact that his so called girlfriend isn't actually a real woman. If I were in his shoes, I would probably notice that my partner isn't exactly what i think of by now. You can tell if that certain person is actually a real woman or not by her actions.
  17. dliz's Avatar
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    hahaha. i've seen this happened a lot before. uhmm. i guess it would be very awkward to confront him but yeah if you feel convicted then i guess there's nothing wrong with it. just don't do it infront with these so called ladies.
  18. Bookreader's Avatar
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    So you're anti-evidence based science on the gay-thing?
    Interesting to know.

    I'm currently torn tbh
  19. Katy-follower's Avatar
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    We recently had dinner with an agnostic friend and started talking about Obama. It got frustrating when he kept claiming Obama is Christian and he denied there was any evidence that he is anything other than christian. It seemed that no matter what I said it was going in one ear and out the other. It got frustrating, so I swiftly changed the subject.

    I've found that when it comes to homosexuality it's a sensitive topic and always results in a negative reaction. I'm not sure how to really approach it with an individual involved in it, because they just view us as judging them. If I knew someone gay I would probably just invite them to church and help lead them to Christ. Once they're saved they'll have that conviction of sin. As for his sister, you didn't know. I know someone that says outright that he doesn't discuss religion or politics I tried sharing God's word with him, but he's very closed off to it.

    Remember that Satan does not love the truth... nor do those in the world.

    I recently watched Lisa Ling "praying the gay away" which had me jumping in my seat. There were two opposing sides that she was researching... one that was trying to get healing for their situation and forcing themselves into relationships with the opposite sex. On the other side, there was a 'christian' group that was encouraging people to remain gay. They had a 'christian' camp where they were teaching the youth that they are beautiful the way God created them and they each had to look in a mirror and say out loud that they were not ashamed to be gay. *Cringe* It's like they were picking and choosing scriptures. One teen was claiming he was there because his church kicked him out when he refused to reject his gay lifestyle. 1 minute preview here.....



    I completely agree with you, that it is wrong for gays to raise young children. It's very harmful to them. God's design for marriage, and the whole family unit, is under attack.

    By the way, I grew up living next door to atheists who hated me and my family. It's not like we even witnessed to them constantly, they just hated us because we were christians. Their son was given a bible from an evangelist friend. His parents threw it in the bin and banned him from having anything to do with Christianity. Today he's really aggressive and distant. Very sad That scripture on the millstone comes to mind
  20. Katy-follower's Avatar
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    Well, I now feel like people like this would accuse me and us Christians of "hate crime"
    Can you imagine how much worse it'll be if gay marriage is legalized, and Christians refuse to marry gays in their church. Could they be charged with a crime, for refusing?
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