Joyce Meyer on homosexuality

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The following is an partial article that Joyce Meyers joining others (Rick Warren) in standing… Meyer said it is “increasingly evident” that the bill introduced in the Ugandan parliament is a “profoundly offensive, dangerous and disturbing attack on the very foundation of individual liberties and human rights afforded not only to the good citizens of Uganda, but on the at-large global community.”


Joyce Meyer Joins Critics of Uganda’s Anti-Homosexuality Bill

Charismatic preacher Joyce Meyer has added herself to the list of prominent U.S. ministry leaders who have spoken out against Uganda’s highly contentious Anti-Homosexuality Bill.

“As a global society, we do not have to agree, endorse or condone the lifestyle choices of others. However, history has taught us that we equally cannot and should not excuse those who would hide behind religion or misuse God’s word to justify bigotry and persecution,” she insisted.

Proposed last October, Uganda’s Anti-Homosexuality Bill seeks to strengthen the criminalization of homosexuality in Uganda by introducing the death penalty for people who are considered serial offenders, are suspected of “aggravated homosexuality” and are HIV-positive, or who engage in sexual acts with those under 18 years of age.

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Wow wonder if any of those signers would care to do something with abortion in the USA. Today as everyday there are 3,500 little helpless babies that are put to death. Every day. Just saying your against abortion does nothing for abortion. The modern day church in the USA seems to be numb or too self centered to really care.

In Nazi Germany when the death trains full of Jews begging for mercy and help from the “christian of the day” roll past their church they started sing louder so they would not have to hear the crys and pleading, thats what the church is doing today to we are just singing louder why all around us murder and death are being carted by in front of us. Sing brother, sing sister

Joel Osteen and Joyce Meyers

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5 comments for “Joyce Meyer on homosexuality

  1. David
    November 24, 2013 at 12:09 pm

    Joyce, I watch your show daily and am a longtime partner. When are people going stop saying being Gay is a “choice”?

    Gay people have relationships with Jesus too. Because we are gay, are we not to have loving relationships as do straights?

    Personally, I think Jesus is very upset by the way the church looks down on gay people.

    Jesus protected those whom the church were thought to be sinners.

    Wasn’t it Christianity that defended slavery; what about interracial marriage, and let’s not us forget Hitler? Need I say more?

    Basically, I’m asking you to speak out more for gay rights here in the US.

    Perhaps you have never been allowed to see a loved one in the ER or hospital because you are not consider a family member. Or be at the beside of your partner as they are dying because you are not immediate family.

    My own church will not Baptize me because I am an open gay. What do you think of that?

    I love and respect you. I would like a heartfelt response.

    Thank you,

    David

    • admin
      February 8, 2014 at 12:39 am

      You are assuming that “being Gay” has the approval of God, it does not. It is sin same as adultry, being a drunkerd or drug abuser,ect. You must do away with parts of the bible to make “being gay” a right.

      Lets just suppose that being gay was ok, that everyone is wrong about it, what would you do about adultry? Fornication? Sex outside of marriage is wrong. You can get married in one of the states that recognize this “union” but again God set forth marrige as between a man and a woman. So then you must do away with more of what the Word of God…

      • Ben Cassel
        February 18, 2014 at 3:22 am

        To suggest that having respect for people’s innate make-up would mean that “everyone is wrong about it,” makes an inaccurate assumption. The fact is that acceptance of other people’s dignity and innate humanity is at about the 50% level and rising. But even if it were only a few people fighting for equality, they would be right and would be fighting against wrong.

        A huge majority of Americans between World War II and the mid-60s, including Christians of every sect, believed that miscegenation laws were proper, and that non-whites deserved less status and standing than whites. That huge majority was wrong.

        When discussing whether a society should deny equal rights to a segment of the population, one must ask if the reasons are secular or religious. If the reasons are religious, they do not meet the legal requirement to determine a “compelling reason.” Consensual sexual activity, particularly absent adultery, cannot rise to that requirement.

        • admin
          February 21, 2014 at 9:38 am

          I guess depends on how you define truth? Many make up their own supposed truth and if enough get involved and the ball starts rolling, and a un-truth is thought to be suddenly true… then they are maybe “insulted” by someone who disagrees with them or their cause. If 100 is for and 89 is against does that make something true? That is not truth that is a form of bullying for one to get their way.

          The argument that some how a choice (gay) is equal to discrimination because of ones race, is another “truth” that is being propagated by homosexuals (not all) and some of the leftest of our society, and very disrespectful of people of color. Again truth is not because we vote on it, and the yeas win and now it becomes truth.

          The only truth is from God who changes not. I encourage you to seek out God and His Word for Truth

  2. Ray
    February 19, 2014 at 7:17 am

    Great response admin

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