Who Determines Your Morals?

Some Christians are determining their moral values in a very dangerous way. This 1-minute devotion explains. #BibleLoveNotes #Bible

When asked if she thought homosexuality was a sin, Lauren Daigle, a professing Christian singing artist said:

"I can’t honestly answer that. I have too many people that I love, and they are homosexual.” (source)

Let's consider her response:

Should we would change our view of sins because we have loved ones involved? Should we accept adultery, premarital sex, pedophilia, lying, cheating, theft, or murder if our loved ones are doing these things?

God’s commands about homosexuality are every bit as clear as His commands about these other sins. Scripture says our homosexual friends will not inherit the kingdom of God unless they repent (1 Corinthians 6:9-11).

If we genuinely love someone, we won't silent about such a serious consequence. If we genuinely love God, we won't be ashamed of His commands (John 14:23).

God wants us to love the sinner by warning him about the terrible consequences of his/her sins (James 5:20; Galatians 6:1).
See more Scriptures concerning homosexuality:
I Am Not Ashamed of God's Word
To reinforce the truths in this devotion:
God's Kingdom is not a Democracy
Do Good Christians Live Sinful Lifestyles?

Note: If Lauren Daigle genuinely didn't know what the Bible teaches about homosexuality, she has a responsibility as a Christian performer to find out before making public statements. If she knew what the Bible teaches but answered in this way, she violated a number of God's commands. See Mark 8:38 and Colossians 3:9.

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Some Christians are determining their moral values in a very dangerous way. This 1-minute devotion explains. #BibleLoveNotes #Bible

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  1. Hi Gail, excellent way of putting things. Thanks for this.

  2. Gail, thanks for this! It is a great way to explain the love of God to those who are walking in darkness without be offensive or judgmental. People need the Lord and as His children we must not be ashamed of His gospel.