Homosexual Pastor Storms Off Interview

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When you question people that claim to know the Lord and even call themselves “pastors” while practicing homosexuality, being that last month was “Gay Pride” Month, you’d expect them to be proud to talk about homosexuality.

In this interview, you’ll see why coming out of the closet is still a tough issue for many practicing homosexuals.

The Fallen State TV, by Jessie Lee Patterson interviewed Curt D. Thomas, of The Renewed Church of Los Angeles. Curt Thomas claims to be a pastor but is a practitioner of homosexuality.

You can’t be a Christian or a pastor and claim to be active in sin.

But that’s what LGBT want you to believe. That it’s possible to follow God while practicing sin.

But we’re also seeing that people want God to be a certain way.

Any way, when you watch the interview, keep in mind that delusion and lies within a person is required to remain a practitioner of sin.

The moment of truth comes when truth shared in love hits the mind.

Notice what Paul said in Romans 1:18-19 (NKJV Strong’s) “For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men, who suppress the truth in unrighteousness, because what may be known of God is manifest in them, for God has shown it to them.”

To remain in any sin, you have to suppress the truth. In other words, you fight with everything you have to keep truth from effectively forcing you to make a choice to keep sin or walk away from sin.

The convicting power of the Holy Spirit will do just that.

Challenge the mind to reject sin.

To keep sin, you must suppress the truth in unrighteousness.

Fortunately, if you look in the like and dislikebuttons on YouTube, 12 thousand liked the video and 1.2 thousand disliked the video.

Which means that a minority of people didn’t like the video.

We’ve always noted that a small minority of homosexuals exist in the nation. But also be mindful that even if you’re not involved in the sin of homosexuality, you might be a supporter of those that practice the vile sin of homosexuality.

Why?

We may have family members and close friends involved in the vile sin of homosexuality, and to say anything Biblically true about hope in Jesus to be delivered from this sin, the world calls it “hate” speech.

The world want you to believe that preaching the Bible and living out the Word of God does more harm to people.

Patterson didn’t preach to Thomas but the morality of his questions at the beginning of this video, as well as using the theological approach to define “The Fallen Man,” was textbook lawyering.

Truth hurts but in the end, truth helps.

That’s why Jesus said, “You shall know the truth and the truth will make you free.”

Lies never made one person free.

In order to stay in sin, lies must be built upon lies to keep the lie going.

And when truth comes, the lie can’t stand.

Now just as a warning, expletives are used and while I don’t condone the use, you will see that this homosexual “pastor” clearly isn’t as holy as you think.

You could see the interview here