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Read whole Bible to understand

I applaud David Pritchard (Aug. 25) for his willingness to stand for Bible truth.

The gay/lesbian crowd (and others) often treat the Bible as a buffet – choose what they like and leave what they dislike. Love is touted as the only truth God speaks about. But the Bible is clear about God's view of homosexuality. It really doesn't matter if we agree or not; our opinion does not change the truth.

Declaring truth does not mean judging someone. I am wondering how many of the gay/lesbian community have actually read the Bible all the way through. How many have read past “God is love” and read that God is just, holy, and righteous?

So many lost souls are wandering about, caught up in Satan's snares and lies. God loves you enough to tell you when you are doing something that is harmful to your souls and bodies. I understand that society does not, as a rule, use the Bible as a standard for living anymore. That, indeed, is a sad state of affairs. Don't be afraid to take the challenge to find out what God has to say about your lifestyle, whatever it is.

JUNE MINICK

Huntington

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