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Trust in Christ

Trust in Christ!

Trust wholeheartedly in Christ!


Our Lord is love

Jesus Himself warned of the existence of hell many times. If a person faithfully follows Him, they will also teach as He taught.
Are you a person living in a homosexual or lesbian relationship who just wants to cling to following your own emotions? If yes, that's an error because the Lord has an opinion about lesbianism and homosexuality. He regards both lifestyles as unnatural.

Why did Christ go willingly to the cross?
Our Lord is love and as a loving person He knew that we were separated from God.
He knew also that He could offer us the gift of new life by His perfect sacrifice on the cross.

When the Lord describes homosexuality and lesbianism as unnatural and an abomination He speaks the truth.

We learn from Psalm 5:4 that the God who blessed us with the gift of the holy Bible doesn't take pleasure in wickedness!

It's very important to discover what God teaches about sin, for sin brings separation.

Explorers for truth, Do you understand that sin separates unregenerated man from God?

Explorers for truth, Do you understand that the homosexual and lesbian lifestyles are sinful?

Will you endeavour to wholeheartedly trust the sinless Son of God's perfect, atoning sacrifice on the cross?

We learn from Psalm 5:4 that the God who blessed us with the gift of the holy Bible doesn't take pleasure in wickedness.

God hates sin because He is holy; holiness is the most exalted of all His attributes (Isaiah 6:3; Revelation 6:8). His holiness totally saturates His being. His holiness epitomizes His moral perfection and His absolute freedom from blemish of any kind (Psalm 89:35; 92:15; Romans 9:14).

The Bible presents God’s attitude toward sin with strong feelings of hostility, disgust, and utter dislike. For example, sin is described as putrefying sores (Isaiah 1:6, NKJV), a heavy burden (Psalm 38:4), defiling filth (Titus 1:15; 2 Corinthians 7:1), a binding debt (Matthew 6:12-15), darkness (1 John 1:6) and a scarlet stain (Isaiah 1:18).