25 comments on “Rabyd Opinion – Christians, Before You Boycott Over Homosexual Marriage – Read This

  1. A very thought provoking and interesting post. I especially liked your point number 2. Very well written – thank you. Trust you don’t mind but I am re-blogging your post.

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  3. You definitely have the right slant on this!
    Are we to be ‘hearers of the Word only’, or should we be ‘doers of the Word’?
    The problem as I see it, is the fact that none of the ‘denominational churches’ are no longer engaged in evangelism. Once we had one night a week set aside for ‘visitation’. It went away with the advent of television, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and sports.
    Sin as a fact is never mentioned from the pulpit. All we hear is ‘Grace’ and ‘Love’. We are teaching that sin has no consequences.
    How do we expect to “Go ye forth into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature’? Mark 16:15 and following.

  4. Very well said! I have often had a problem with boycotts but had no real answer as to why. This explains my thoughts very well.

  5. spot on! thank you! Jesus walked calmly in the mist of sinners. completely agree and I’m there with you on your #1 and #2 point of

    “Now before I begin I want to make it abundantly clear about two things 1) I do believe and state for the record that homosexuality is a sin. 2) If the state begins to challenge my right to speak this from the pulpit or call it a sin, I will fight them where I can and ignore them and suffer the consequences if it comes to that. That said I am about to do something toward Christians that they are going to have to listen to: I am bringing out big brother Jesus and pointing out to them that their actions violate his teachings.”

  6. Reblogged this on Theological Reflections and commented:
    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).
    I’m Jesus’ Name, I pray, Amen.

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