It is NOT Biblical for a person to live an unrepentant lifestyle and still be a Christian.
“No one can serve two masters. For you will hate one and love the other; you will be devoted to one and despise the other. ” Matthew 6:24
Anonymous asked: Well, the last time I checked, all sins are equal. Am I right? And tell me, haven't you sinned before? You can't tell me that you've NEVER given into temptation, you are only human so yes you have. So why do your sins, however many there are, matter less than mine? Why are mine weighed heavier than yours? Why would I go to Hell before you when all sins are weighed equally? Is it because I've sinned more than you? Or is it because you like to think your sins aren't as bad as mine?
I sin all the time. God is a fair and good judge. I never said He didn’t love you. He loves you but hates your sin. I sin and I repent. I do not repeat most of my sins though sometimes I slip up. You are living your sin every day my dear one. He will always love you but never your sin. Likewise He would never love my sin. I was fat. I was an over-eater and I took it to God and told Him to please take my comfort I sought in food away from me and I instead seek Him for comfort because I realized if I kept being a glutton, I would go to hell because I wasn’t taking care of myself and though God loves me, I am sinning by abusing my body by not eating healthy and making my health bad by getting obese. Think about it this way. If you were in court and a criminal was committing the same crime over and over and over again, would you let him go as “not guilty” even though he kept committing it? NO. Being a good judge means convicting the person of the crime they commit. When we accept Jesus into our heart, we turn AWAY from that sin completely and live a life to honor His Word, Will and Way and not our own. Jesus literally took the punishment for us. He loves us not our sin and if we keep sinning, then we really don’t love him. If you had a friend and said he said “I love you” and punched him and said “sorry” and then did it again and again and again, would you think he loved you? No, because you don’t hurt someone you love. By sinning, we grieve and hurt Jesus, God and the Holy Spirit. You are a sinner, just like the rest of us. No one is perfect but Jesus. We must turn away from our sins and repent. God loves you despite your sins but you must repent. God loves you, I pray that you find your way to true faith in Jesus and turn away from sin. We all fall short of the glory of the Lord but we must repent. God bless you! No sin is too big for God to overcome, you have to ask for forgiveness and TRULY be sorry for it and repent. Ask Him to take the lust away from you.
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Anonymous asked: I don't understand. I thought that as long as I love God, gave him praise, accepted Christ, etc. God loves me back. I thought he loved me no matter what because I happen to be bisexual but I still pray and keep God close to my heart and I know with my soul that he loves me and he'd still accept me. By the way, you don't HAVE to be Christian. It's not a requirement, just a label. Anyone who loves God will in return get his EVERLASTING love. It doesn't stop because you listen to music and watch TV
To be a Christian is to follow Jesus Christ, to ask Him into your heart. It’s not just a label. Jesus and the Holy Spirit will not dwell where evil and corruption dwells. When you ask Jesus into your heart, you are born again which means you will want to turn away from sin. Being bisexual is a sin just like lying and cheating and stealing are sins. We as Christians are called to turn our backs on sin and repent from it. I will pray for you.
Anonymous asked: Is it true that everyone who are famous are part of the illuminati / free mason? What if they would want to change their (the famous people) ways would they still have a way to do it?
Not necessarily. To reach a certain level of fame and wealth there comes a point where a person makes that choice. The evil run media doesn’t allow truly good Christian people to rise to huge levels of fame. There is always a price to be paid. However, they can turn away from the evil and find Jesus but it may mean losing a career because of it.
Anonymous asked: How can I be sure God has saved someone special for me to marry. I might just be a teenager but everyone around me is in relationships etc,which then makes me feel lonely and such,I just wanna start my life already you know find a husband get a good job and such but Idk sometimes i feel too ugly to ever find a husband.
Hey, I’m 31 and alone and I worry like you do about the possibility of ending up alone. God doesn’t want us to be unhappy. You will find a husband.
Being alone and being lonely are two different things. One can be alone without being lonely, and one can be lonely in a crowded room. Loneliness is, therefore, a state of mind, an emotion brought on by feelings of separation from other human beings. The sense of isolation is very deeply felt by those who are lonely. The Hebrew word translated “desolate” or “lonely” in the Old Testament means “one alone, only; one who is solitary, forsaken, wretched.” There is no deeper sadness that ever comes over the mind than the idea that we are alone in the world, that we do not have a friend, that no one cares for us, that no one is concerned about anything that might happen to us, that no one would care if we were to die or shed a tear over our grave.
No one felt loneliness more keenly than David. In a series of earnest, heartfelt appeals to God, David cried out in his loneliness and despair. His own son was risen up against him, the men of Israel went after him, and he was forced to flee from the city, and leave his house and family. Lonely and afflicted (Psalm 25:16), his only recourse was to turn to God and plead for mercy and God’s intervention (Psalm 25:21) because his only hope was in God. It is interesting to note that the word “lonely” is never used in the New Testament to describe people. In the New Testament, the word “lonely” only occurs twice and both times refers to desolate places (Mark 1:45;Luke 5:16), where Jesus moved off into the wilderness to be alone.
Whatever the cause of loneliness, for the Christian the cure is always the same—the comforting fellowship of Christ. That loving relationship with our Master has reassured and encouraged countless thousands who languished in prisons and even went to their deaths for His sake. He is the friend who “sticks closer than a brother” (Proverbs 18:24), who lays down His life for His friends (John 15:13-15), and who has promised never to leave us or forsake us but to be with us until the end of the age (Matthew 28:20). We can take comfort in the words of the old hymn that says it best: “Friends may fail me, foes assail me, He is with me to the end. Hallelujah, what a Savior!”
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