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    Quote Originally Posted by Femme* View Post
    but, legally binding pretend marriages.
    Yes, but God's law is above the law of man.

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    I would ask the Holy Spirit to lead me. Truly.
    When we stand before Jesus, he is not going to ask what everyone else told you to do....
    He is going to ask "what did I tell you to do?" Press on!

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    Quote Originally Posted by krystian View Post
    What if it was for a close relative? What if it was for your child?

    Why or why not?
    *H* to the no.
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    Quote Originally Posted by victoryword View Post
    I may adjust my answer slightly. I would attend if I was allowed a few words to say before the wedding. But I would forewarn them about what I would say and then I would leave after I said them and allowed them to go on with the wedding.

    Hardly doubt that anyone would want me to come though once they find out what I planned to say and the fact that my exit would be abrupt.
    Well that's not really attending. That's just going to preach and then leave.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CatchyUsername View Post
    No, Jesus would NOT attend a gay, "wedding". It's ridiculous to even consider......
    He might. But then there'd be no wedding because everyone would probably fall under conviction and get saved.
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    Quote Originally Posted by victoryword View Post
    I know exactly what I would do if ever confronted with the situation. I will follow the words of my Lord:

    Luk_14:26 If any man come to me, and hate not his father, and mother, and wife, and children, and brethren, and sisters, yea, and his own life also, he cannot be my disciple.

    Personally my aim is to please Jesus and not my family members, including my children. I owe Jesus everything and I owe my children NOTHING! I have raised them, fed them, clothed them, loved them, taught them, protected them, and blessed them in every way I could. If after all that I have taught them and done for them if they still choose to go against God's will they will have no support from me.

    Furthermore, my wife and children will be the first to tell you that God is first.
    The Lord clearly brought this home to me when I was trying to get Him to consent to let me move back to Michigan because my parents are getting old (in their 80's). And when He revealed to me the interpretation of Luke 9:59-60, I understood.

    It was a little unsettling, but I get it now, and He has graced me to stay here in no man's land for as long as He needs me to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Femme* View Post
    I, personally, would go to see my sisters. I'd make sure to get some "alone time" to express the deeper thoughts. (I love you, I don't think this is God's best for you, I will pray for you.. etc) I would also be cordial to her parther. This is her choice and since she's not a believer our values cannot be expected of her. (obviously)
    Really?

    I truly can't wrap my mind around this response. It's bad enough that you'd even attend, but the "I don't think this is God's best for you" comment is way out there. .

    Do you really believe that by attending a ceremony that mocks God's rule for marriage honors God? Satan presents himself as an angel of light, and your "niceness and kindness" towards the "happy couple" is tantamount to the same.

    It's twisted and shows more regard for the feelings of people than love for God. It's not love, it's condoning sin, flat out. You're either on God's side or the devil's. There's no demilitarized zone. You need to choose whom you love more.
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    Ok, maybe y'all missed it the first & second time it was posted. I'll even use the AMP, for clarity. Either you love God more than your family, or you don't. Being "nice and cordial" to the gay couple doesn't convey anything but your approval. Period.

    Besides, it's a horrible witness for the other guests who may assume that it's ok to support the faux marriage because after all, they see Christians there.

    “If anyone comes to Me and does not hate his [own] father and mother [in the sense of indifference to or relative disregard for them in comparison with his attitude toward God] and [likewise] his wife and children and brothers and sisters–[yes] and even his own life also–he cannot be My disciple.” Luke‬ *14:26‬ *AMP‬‬
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ezekiel 33 View Post
    There is no such thing.







    There are only pretend gay marriages.
    That was my first thought. It's impossible for me to attend a gay wedding because there is no such thing.
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    I don't think this is God's best for you
    That's what Joel Osteen said when asked if it's OK to be gay.... "it's not god's best" what the best he could do so he doesn't offend anyone ya know. (you can see clips of him saying this on Youtube)

    Nuthin like seeker sensitive, eh?

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