In Memoriam

Welcome home, dear child, welcome home. You have lived a long, full life, with much to show for it. You have suffered much, both in the heart and in the body, and your time of rest has come.

Welcome home, dear child, welcome home. Finally, you can live with fullness for which I created you. You can rejoice in the glory of My kingdom and find peace in My eternal presence.

Welcome home, dear child, welcome home. Nothing gives Me greater joy than to see you enter into the rest that was promised to you through My Son, Jesus. Now you have eternal joy.

Welcome home, dear child, welcome home. Though many will mourn your passing now, they will rejoice with the thought that you are with Me forever. I will send My peace to them, that they may be filled with rejoicing at your eternal glory.

Welcome home, dear child, welcome home. My Son has prepared a wonderful home for you in My kingdom. All is as it should be here. There are no tears, there is no pain, there is no night.

Welcome home, dear child, welcome home. I am glad that you are here with Me.

Welcome home, dear child, welcome home.

In Memory of Louise Broadbelt

An interesting and strong point on Christianity and homosexuality. Worth the read

CNN Belief Blog

Editor’s Note: R. Albert Mohler Jr. is president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, the flagship school of the Southern Baptist Convention and one of the largest seminaries in the world.

By R. Albert Mohler Jr., Special to CNN

Are conservative Christians hypocritical and selective when it comes to the Bible’s condemnation of homosexuality? With all that the Bible condemns, why the focus on gay sex and same-sex marriage?

Given the heated nature of our current debates, it’s a question conservative Christians have learned to expect. “Look,” we are told, “the Bible condemns eating shellfish, wearing mixed fabrics and any number of other things. Why do you ignore those things and insist that the Bible must be obeyed when it comes to sex?”

On its face, it’s a fair question. But it can be posed in two very different ways.

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