Episode 25 – Ex-LGBTs Fight Back, 1John 3:4-10

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Hello and welcome to the podcast!

-Today we are discussing the recent protest of AB2943 in California. Why are we covering this? The group of 30 at this rally leading the charge are ex homosexual and ex transgenders that have turned to Jesus Christ and repented of their lifestyle.

There are two individuals from the Pulse Nightclub massacre that have also turned away from their lifestyles practicing homosexuality. Both of these men expressed their love for Christ and emphasized the importance they found in loving Christ and He is the only man they need in they life to rely upon.

There are two groups that will push back against this: The atheistic community in California and the progressive Christian sect that think this unrepentent lifestyle can still lead you to heaven. What will that group say about these 30 brave souls that have turned away from this sin? Probably crickets.

The article was pulled from www.lifesitenews.com. The most moving quote of the article came from Luis Javier Cruz, the survivor from the nightclub massacre. He stated that he, “found out that Jesus is the only man in my life who would die for me.”

-We end the episode discussing 1John and the text ties right into the topic we discussed about AB2943. How amazing is God’s love? Jesus Christ appeared on this earth to defeat sin, so that we may have eternal life. As we had discussed in the article today, we can find comfort in the fact that if we have true salvation, His seed dwells in us so that we may no longer live in sin. John re-emphasizes the importance of loving your brother in verse 10, thus showing us once again that the greatest commandment is love. Love is what drives us to live in righteousness and love is what covers a multitude of sins.

I believe this might be my best episode yet. Make sure to tune in for episode 25! A quarter of the way to 100. What a ride.

God bless!

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