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The LGBTQ people would hear these 4 things from Jesus

The LGBTQ people would hear these 4 things from Jesus

Here are four things Jesus could say to the LGBTQ community.

repent and believe

The LGBTQ community is a group of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and bisexual people, but they are no different from the rest of the unsaved world who never repented of their sins and then put their trust in Christ. This applies to all people and not just the LBGTQ community. We cannot isolate one sin over another because all sin separates us from God, so Jesus would probably tell the LGBTQ community what he said before he saved us and tells all men and women everywhere, “Unless you repent, so will you all perish” (Luke 13:3).

to seek and save the lost

Jesus said “I have not come to call the righteous but sinners to repentance” (Luke 5:32), and that means all of us since none of us is righteous before God (Romans 3:10-11). Our righteousness comes only from Christ (2Ra Cor 5:21) because we have none of our own. Everyone has sinned and will sin, and that includes the LGBTQ community, but “all” includes me and you and all of God’s children. He would tell the LBGTQ community; “I have come to give my life as a ransom for many. Are you one of the many? He will not attack them. Jesus would tell them what he tells us; Repent and believe, but His message has been the same from the beginning (Mark 1:15). He calls all men and all women everywhere to repentance.

come to me

What Jesus would say to the LBGTQ community is what He would say to all people (including us) because we have all sinned and fallen short of His glory (Romans 3:23); “Come to me, all you who toil and are heavy laden; I will give you rest” (Matt 11:28). We cannot judge someone who is living a lifestyle contrary to what the Bible teaches. We can warn them about what the scriptures say about it, but we are not their judge. Who knows if God will call them and lead them to save faith, so Jesus would tell the LBGTQ community the same thing He tells all of us; “Come to me, all you who toil and are heavy laden; I will give you rest” (Matt 11:28).

I do not hate you

Jesus never told anyone that He hated them. He accepted the woman caught in adultery and did not blame her, only saying, go, and do not sin again. Of course, this woman, like all of us, will sin again, but Jesus was referring to her sexual immorality, which begs the question, “Where was the man? Why was he not brought before Jesus?” You can see the double standard, but Jesus is humble, gentle, and kind to the brokenhearted so that He can bring healing. Jesus would never just walk up to someone and tell them “God hates you.” He died for them and for us while they were still unrighteous, wicked sinners who were His enemies (Romans 5:6-10). Jesus died enough to save sinners like us (Romans 5:6-10) and others who believe in Him (John 3:16).


My friends, the foot of the cross is flat. I stand on the same level you stand on, so anyone who has repented of their sins, and trusted Christ, is on the same footing, so we’re on the same level as everyone else, even if He has his past and his many failures, even though they come after his new birth. We don’t judge anyone. We let the Word of God do that. God will ensure that there is justice for all; Have they trusted Christ and been cleansed from their sins, or have they rejected Christ as Lord and Savior? We do not sit on that throne. This is a seater. We are not better than anyone. We are saved only because He is a very good God.

May God richly bless you,


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