Monday, September 25, 2006
False Doctrine Makes False Converts
This from self proclaimed "Neurotic Christian lesbian with ADD/OCD/PMS/SAD/ESP" and author, Deb Pasquella.
The Post is titled: Am I Weak In Faith?
This is part of her response to an email someone sent her.
...I disagree. I feel that homosexuals are born this way. What explains my desire at the age of two years old, to be a boy? Or to have crushes on all my little girlfriends that I played with while growing up? I was attracted to the same sex at a very early age. I was never sexually abused, nor did I come from a broken home--so those statistics go right out the door.
And yes, God NEVER makes mistakes. And being gay is NOT a sickness---we do agree upon that.
Those are my views, my beliefs, what's in my heart, and what ""I"" see to be the "TRUTH". For you, it may be differently, and that's okay. I really appreciate you emailing me with your thoughts and concerns.
When a 'Christian' says truth for each individual is different and God is 'OK' with that, there is a big problem. That is a lie straight from the depths of Hell. Getting God's children to accept false doctrine in the name of love, tolerance, and a little magic forgiveness juice from Jesus...is one of Satan's most successful tools.
Unfortuantely Deb and her Godless crowd eat it up, lickin' fingers and plate. Using Biblical doctrine is not necessary to find Truth? The truth lies in what works for "us".? What a 'nice message'! No wonder so many eat it up... It requires NOTHING from us! What a mockery of Christ's work on the cross.
Deb's philoshophy is absolutely against God's word. Listening to a grown woman justify her sexuality based on her feelings at the age of two, in my opinion is a desperate cry for H E L P !
I wish she would at lest get out her Bible, read it, study it, before making such unbiblical claims.
Spiritual discernment starts with your desire for it. If you seek only to be happy, healthy, and wealthy, you will not be spiritually discerning. You must be humble enough to admit your need to develop discernment. Proverbs 2:2-5 says, "Make your ear attentive to wisdom, incline your heart to understanding; for if you cry for discernment, lift your voice for understanding; if you seek her as silver, and search for her as for hidden treasures; then you will discern the fear of the Lord, and discover the knowledge of God." Are you willing to follow the path that leads to spiritual discernment? John MacArthur
I will leave with this little "PSA": Sex, lies and the pulpit, by DL Foster
(1) You give your life to Christ and make him LORD over your sexuality.
(2) You live a life of sexual abstinence if you are single.
(3) You remain sexually faithful to your husband/wife if married.
(4) You stop supporting the idea that sex is nothing more than an uncontrollable urge.