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LGBT Community Reacts to What Pope Francis Reportedly Told a Gay Man

Pope Francis reportedly spoke with a gay man from Chile and allegedly told him that "God made you like this." This report is now being seen by some LGBT communities as an encouraging sign for gay people seeking to feel more accepted in the Catholic Church.
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All churches will accept sinners, only ONE will tell you it's not a sin and that would be satans church.
  • Isaiah 54:17 No weapon formed against you shall prosper, And every tongue which rises against you in judgment You shall condemn.


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After reflection. In a sense the Pope is accurate and we don't know the full conversation. Let me explain, we are all born the way we are. I suppose that once we are born this way (into sin), any of us could end up in homosexual sin or any other sin. The Pope needs to address his followers and explain if he thinks it is a sin or not. IF not than we are all accurate to say that he does not serve God. Either way the hatred towards particular sinners must end. Homosexual sin is not worse than any other sin so to speak, but it does seem like a very hard sin to escape from, but even I commit sin that is difficult to escape from, I smoke cigarettes, was drinking, lied, looked at women in a lustful way. I do the things I don't want to do and I hate these sins, not myself. I am so tired of everyone hating on one another and pointing fingers! If someone is truly seeking God who am I or any of us to say they cant seek Him? Homosexuality is a sin, and if I can try to quit smoking, or stop looking at women lustfully and repent, they (you) can try to stop and repent too. God knows our hearts and I love you all very much, even sinners. If I didn't, how could I love myself? God help us!
  • Isaiah 54:17 No weapon formed against you shall prosper, And every tongue which rises against you in judgment You shall condemn.


Seek God and you will find truth.

 

 


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