Gay marriage is a sin


By James Wisecup



To the editor:

First of all, I believe the Bible. What God hates, I hate, and what God loves, I love. True, God is a God of love, and he loves everyone, but hates sin. There is no gray area with God; you see, sin is sin and no sin shall enter into heaven.

The church has failed to preach the truth, but its leaders want to give their congregations the word that has been watered down so as to not offend anybody. The Bible refers to them as “The blind leading the blind” — both fall into the ditch.

The Bible makes sin very clear. In the Galatians 5:19-21, it gives 17 works of the flesh — “works of sin.”

In Romans 1:21-32, it says all you need to know about the sin of “gay lifestyles.” God declares that he will give them over to a “reprobate mind,” void of judgment. These verses declare the sins in this chapter. How can you justify these lifestyles and no other sins?

Back in Genesis, God made Adam and Eve to serve him — to reproduce and populate the earth. That is something two men or two women cannot do in their so-called marriage. From the very beginning, it was man and woman as God so intended.

People with Satan, who is “the God of this world,” have succeeded to the point that leadership of this country has come to embrace everything evil and then call it good. Isaiah 5:20 says whether it is abortions, gay lifestyles, living together or whatever the case may be — even legalizing drugs.

What is next?

On the forefront, it is the transgender and the cross-dresser. Beyond that, we see a white woman trying to be black and pedophiles, men and women with animals — all demanding that they are misunderstood and should have equal rights as everyone else. You say you won’t embrace it, but the way America is going, you will.

The only hope for America and its people is turning to and receiving Jesus Christ as lord and savior in your life. It is called repentance. In John 3:16-18, and Romans 10:9-10. Believe in your heart and confess with your mouth.

James Wisecup

Maplewood

By James Wisecup