I realize this, but I wanted to apologize if anyone took what I said the wrong way. I feel like I started the fire that then got out of control. I honestly and sincerely was only speaking about how this was disappointing to me because it was happening in our nation's capitol. That upsets me. My beliefs are my beliefs. I don't agree with it, but I don't hate them. I in no way hold hatred towards homosexuals. I don't understand why they choose certain things for their lives, but I in no way hate them. If anything, I fear them. I know it sounds strange, but I do. I fear that I don't know what to say to get through to them when really I need to trust in God to give me the words to say. I also fear them because I don't understand that lifestyle and I don't believe it is acceptable in God's eyes.
This reminds me- God does not require Christians to bring every person they meet to Him for salvation. All He wants you to do is plant a seed. He will do the rest. Sometimes, when you speak about the greatest gift ever people take to it and they are ready to join God's team. And then sometimes, some people take longer and sadly, they may never "get it". I have a lot of people I am praying for right now in my life. Many of them are non-believers or they believe in God but have no relationship with Him. It's my duty to speak to them about God and to plant that seed. Sometimes, though, it's hard to do.
One thing is true.... GOD is LOVE.
...and on that day when my strength is failing, the end draws near and my times has come, still my soul will sing Your praise unending, ten thousand years and then forevermore!