2008-10-15 Homeschooling Hints/text

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Perilous Times: Sodomites in School

Raani, author of this post, from her BlogSpot profile; it is difficult to reconcile the nice-seeming person in this picture with the anger in her writing.

When I was in the process of moving and did not have internet access, I often visited a local library to check my e-mail and look at real estate listings. This particular library was in a small town and seemed to be a popular after school hangout for teenagers. One day as I was surfing the net, I couldn't help but overhear a conversation that was going on across the table from me. An openly gay teenage boy who was surrounded by female "friends" was talking about how he had recently had a relationship with a girl. I couldn't help but feel sorry for the girl's parents. Not only was their daughter sexually active, but she had engaged in some very high risk behavior by sleeping with a gay male.

Yes, I've seen the previews for Will and Grace where they're lying next to each other in bed platonically. Isn't that cute? The homosexual agenda wants people to think that homosexual men are safe for women to hang around and even be alone with. Nothing could be further from the truth. The stories about Sodomites in the Bible teach us that they do violate women as well as men. I've also known of people personally over the years who were known as gay yet "experimented" with the opposite sex. The term bisexual is an unnecessary distinction, because a faggot wants to defile anyone or anything he can get his hands on.

A friend recently sent me this article about a "gay-friendly" high school. If we were living in a biblical society, homosexuality would be punishable by death so such a school would be unnecessary. Although I'm against the special accommodations, perhaps this new trend of segregation will protect straight kids from these predators. With any luck, some radical will blow up the gay school. No, I'm not condoning vigilantism--I'm merely saying that it would be poetic justice.

Posted by Raani at Wednesday, October 15, 2008



Anonymous said...

all the more reason for Christians to keep their kids out of the public school. I don't teach "tolerance" to my children and I won't let a public school teach it either.
Homeschooling our children is the only way we can keep our kids away from fags and the garbage they (and those who love them) spew. Thank God for your willingness to take a stand 11:45 PM

Raani said...

I chose not to post the many negative comments I received, but here is my reply to all those that were angered by my post:

In the Old Testament, God commanded that Sodomites be put to death. (Leviticus 20:13 KJV). Throughout the Old Testament we read about good kings who removed the Sodomites out of the land and bad kings who did not. The New Testament teaches that homosexuals have been turned over to a reprobate mind.(Romans 1, etc.) It's sad that they did not get saved while they still could, but unfortunately it is too late for them. Did you know that God actually hates some people? The Bible says God hated Esau. Try reading the Bible from cover to cover and maybe you will better understand God's holiness.

Since there is no hope for gays, we would be better off without them. They are recruiters and not reproducers so the safest solution would be the death penalty.

Some commented that only God avenges, but human beings have been commanded to enforce the death penalty throughout the Bible. The United States does not adhere to many of the laws that the children of Israel lived by, but since they are God's laws, we know that they are the ideal. Like I said, I don't advocate vigilantism, and we have to obey "the powers that be" in our imperfect society.

The purpose of my post was simply to warn parents of the dangers of sending their kids to public schools where homosexuality runs rampant.

For more Scripture references to help you with your study of this subject, visit this website:


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aimee said...

Thank you for posting that article. I hope things like that will help me convince my husband to let me homeschool our kids again. Thank you for having the courage to speak out against homosexuality, this is an issue we as christians should never be tolerant of or complacent.

Mamame said...

1 Corinthians 6:9-11

9Know ye not that the unrighteous shall not inherit the kingdom of God? Be not deceived: neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor effeminate, nor abusers of themselves with mankind,

10Nor thieves, nor covetous, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor extortioners, shall inherit the kingdom of God.

11And such were some of you: but ye are washed, but ye are sanctified, but ye are justified in the name of the Lord Jesus, and by the Spirit of our God.

According to God, there IS hope for gays.

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Raani said...

Mamame: I will publish your comment because you answered with Scripture instead of another meaningless cliche. Notice the wording "abusers of themselves with mankind". Someone that has allowed himself to be abused by a homosexual has committed an abomination, but is not the same as a man who burns with lust toward another man which just isn't natural. They aren't born that way, you know.

Even if you don't believe that most if not all homosexuals are reprobates (a lot of Christians don't), it is clear how God dealt with them in the Bible:

And likewise also the men, leaving the natural use of the woman, burned in their lust one toward another; men with men working that which is unseemly, and receiving in themselves that recompence of their error which was meet. Romans 1:27

How people who claim to be Christians can have such a soft spot for people that God burned up and commanded to be put to death is beyond me.

4:00 PM

Mamame said...

Because Jesus died for them just as much as He died for us. That Scripture says that "such were some of you" meaning that there were those who were "effeminate" which is what most scholars interpret as being homosexual. "Burning with lust" or just committing the act is the same - it is sin. It is a terrible sin but a sin that Jesus' blood covered none-the-less. There is NO sin in this world that Jesus' blood did not cover. He chose to not forgive the sin of blaspheming the Holy Spirit but He did not say that homosexuality is the unforgivable sin. Remember that in the law an adulterous woman would absolutely be stoned to death - but Jesus didn't do that to the woman at the well. I think there are some important lessons to read in that.

Homosexuality is a sin and a sin that is not to be accepted or embraced. However homosexuals need the saving blood of the Lamb of God for their salvation just as I did at 7 years old with having done very little to bring condemnation on me. ALL sin brings death but the gift of God is eternal life.

5:14 PM

Raani said...

Homosexuality is not a part of our sin nature. A normal person could be tempted to commit adultery and even murder but would not be tempted by homosexuality. You can say what you want, but there is no story in the Bible about a homosexual getting saved and going to Heaven. I think Sodomites have already blasphemed the Holy Spirit by changing "the truth of God into a lie". See Revelation 22:19 and Romans 1:25

5:27 PM

Anonymous said...

Hi Raani,

A few questions: If a homosexual changes their ways and accepts Christ are they then allowed to go to heaven? My pastor has spoke on the homosexual topic recently. While I do not condone it, I have a hard time being mean towards those that are. They are human, regardless. I know that they will have their judgment day and feel that it is not my job to persecute them. How would you handle someone close to you saying they are homosexual? Would you put that person out of your life if they refused to change, even if it were a family member or a close friend? I have someone in my life that I feel is, but they have never admitted it. The person is a family member and I am always torn with the situation.

11:11 AM

HeathenFan said...

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Raani said...

Heathenfan: They will never discover that people are born gay, because it just isn't so. By the way, How would you know what my husband says? He doesn't have a website or blog. You don't know who I'm married to or what you're talking about. 8:17 AM

Raani said...

Dear Anonymous,

Changing one's ways is never a requirement for going to heaven. That is a common misconception so I'm glad you brought up that point. It is impossible for us to turn from every sin, so nobody could get saved if that was a requirement. Be sure to click on the link in my sidebar which gives a clear plan of salvation according to the Bible or listen to one of the How to Win a Soul sermons at www.faithfulwordbaptist.com which also explains salvation in depth. Repentance when it comes to salvation is turning from wrong beliefs and trusting in Christ alone for salvation.

That said, I believe that a homosexual can no longer get saved. They weren't born gay and God wanted them to get saved at some point. The reason they are that way is that they have pushed God too far and he has given up on them.

We also have an extended family member who is a homosexual. We had already distanced ourselves from that person before the news officially came out. We weren't surprised and still have no contact. I am sorry to hear that you are facing a similar situation. When someone seems questionable in that area, I would be polite in a group setting if necessary, but never leave my kids alone with that person for safety reasons. The person I am referring to has also abused children. When someone is a known pedophile or homosexual they should be completely cut off. I hope that answers your question.

2:41 PM

Iris said...

This is sicking, I can't believe this is happinging in America..... 5:17 PM

Raani said...

I don't usually post comments that attack me personally, but there are other reasons I do not publish certain comments. If I did not publish your comment, it may be that you asked a question that was already answered in my post or in my other responses. When I post a question, I feel like I have to answer it, and there is just no end to it. Please do not be offended if you politely asked a question and it was not published. Instead, refer to the link and Scripture references that I gave in my other replies. 5:47 PM