Gay lifestyle is wrong

Sunday, August 10, 2008

Dear Editor,
I must first thank God for my country, Jamaica, and remind us all that this is a country built on the word of God.

Let’s not be put off by the high crime level that we are today faced with it as a direct result of the corrupt methods by which previous governments have used to gain political positions of leadership in the notorious ’70s.

We must all band together and fight against everything that the word of God has spoken against as being bad or immoral, because if we turn a blind eye to bad or immoral things for financial gain the curse of that will haunt us in the future as is evident with the state of crime and violence today.

There is no question that the gay lifestyle is wrong and though I do not condone violence against such persons, we cannot accept or seem to accept their lifestyle as okay.

It is with this understanding that we cannot therefore accept financial gain from any activity, gay or otherwise, from people who reject the word of God, who is the final authority on how man is to live as His word never changes.

We can all pretend to think that the world has changed and that we can therefore accept certain things as okay, but this will be to our detriment as a nation. The world has certainly changed for the worse because the morality of people has declined since they refuse to acknowledge God’s word as final.

We as a nation should not take our ability to excel in all aspects of life – be it in sports, business, music, and countless other areas – for granted. This ability that Jamaicans have is a blessing from God because we are one of the few nations that still stands for what He has spoken many, many years ago.

I implore all Jamaicans who fear The God of Heaven and Earth to keep praying because it is the prayers of the saints of The Most High God that has kept this nation from going under a long, long time ago.

A Morrison
morrisonainsley@hotmail.com

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Author: GLBTQ Jamaica Moderator

Activist and concerned gay man in Jamaica with over 19 years experience in advocacy and HIV/AIDS prevention work, LGBT DJ since 1996.

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