My response to: Nathan Albert – “Embracing Love – My Journey to Hugging a Man in His Underwear” | Talks at Google

I just wrote this comment in response to this Talks at Google video:

“Union with the Divine” requires holiness — “without holiness no one will see the Lord.” Heterosexual lusting is also a sin that will keep us from heaven if we don’t repent. | Jesus stopped the Pharisees from stoning the prostitute, and then he told her: “go and sin no more.” | Many “Christians” are not actual Christians (led by the HOLY Spirit, followers of Christ). HATING ANYONE IS SIN. We must LOVE all. | Here’s the key: This is a spiritual war with unseen but completely real demons. Demons drive homosexuality, and the end result of all unrepentant sin is hell. Homosexuality is a demonically driven sin. We must be free, and can be! “Submit to God; resist the Devil, and he will flee.” FREEDOM!!! I wrote this:

“LUST ‘the poison that kills the soul’ FREEDOM! My experience: How DEMONS DRIVE heterosexual and homosexual lust in ‘Christians’ — The bad news is that demons drive lust. The good news is that demons drive lust, because freedom lies straight ahead!

Related: (prophecy) The Homosexuals Will Arise — “Show them the way through your smile”

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Nathan Albert: “Embracing Love: My Journey to Hugging a Man in His Underwear” | Talks at Google

Published on Jul 13, 2017

Nathan Albert stood with friends along the Chicago Pride Parade route, bearing signs of apology on behalf of Christians who had failed to represent Christ’s love to the LGBTQ community. Little did he know that millions around the world would soon see him captured in an iconic photograph hugging a man in his underwear (photo: http://goo.gl/jQZXqC). Embracing Love is the story behind that photograph, the story of a musical theatre actor turned pastor who shares personal and pastoral stories of the LGBTQ community. He invites readers past the intimidation of controversy for the sake of embracing people with the love of Jesus.

Get the book here: https://goo.gl/JvtM9T
More information about Nathan at http://nathanalbert.com/.

Moderated by Phillip Knoll.

(video) Richard Anderson: “Be Perfect”…..Means, DO NOT SIN! :)

And it’s not only having sex, but lusting, JESUS said in Matthew 5:27-30:

“YE HAVE HEARD that it was said by them of old time, Thou shalt not commit adultery: BUT I SAY unto you, That whosoever LOOKETH on a woman TO LUST after her hath COMMITTED ADULTERY with her already IN HIS HEART. And IF thy right eye offend thee, pluck it out, and cast it from thee: for it is PROFITABLE FOR THEE THAT ONE OF THY MEMBERS SHOULD PERISH, AND NOT THAT THY WHOLE BODY SHOULD BE CAST INTO HELL. And if thy right hand offend thee, cut it off, and cast it from thee: for it is profitable for thee that one of thy members should perish, and not that thy whole body should be cast INTO HELL.”

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 “Be Perfect”…..Means, DO NOT SIN! :)

John Burton: “It’s shocking how many supposed mature Christians argue against the call to holiness (as if it were impossible), and they promote the idea that sin is an unfortunate but expected part of our lives. They believe, contrary to Scripture, that the cross paid the penalty of sin but it doesn’t give us power over sin” • “The truth is that we never have to sin again. If we do, it should be an uncommon, major event that causes us to hit our face in mourning, tears, brokenness and urgent repentance”

John Burton wrote on Facebook:

It’s shocking how many supposed mature Christians argue against the call to holiness (as if it were impossible), and they promote the idea that sin is an unfortunate but expected part of our lives. They believe, contrary to Scripture, that the cross paid the penalty of sin but it doesn’t give us power over sin. Simply, they expect to sin and don’t feel concern over their condition or the sinful habits of others.

The truth is that we never have to sin again. If we do, it should be an uncommon, major event that causes us to hit our face in mourning, tears, brokenness and urgent repentance.

Sin can and does cause many followers of Jesus to spend eternity in Hell. To say sin is an expected part of Christian’s lives is a grievous offense to the cross.