Does homosexual “coming out” in your town mean that God is abandoning your town?

Romans 1 is clear in emphasizing that homosexuality is a form of God abandoning you to Satan.  There is no salvation for homosexuals because they have been delivered onto evil by God.

In this regard, it is safe to assume that growing number of “coming out” gays in your town means that God is in the process of abandoning your town to judgment.

God abandoned Jerusalem to complete destruction both in the Old Testament and the New Testament times.  God does abandon countries to destruction.  Sodom and Gomorrah proves that God abandons cities to destruction.  God is the same yesterday, today, and tomorrow.

Sodom and Gomorrah’s treatment is a picture into the identity of God.  God is Who He is.  And Sodom and Gomorrah’s treatment shows who God is fundamentally.

It is forbidden to “love gays” in the Bible.  That is why St. Paul commands churches of Jesus Christ to excommunicate homosexuals.  Churches cannot allow gays to enter the church.  Churches cannot allow gays to worship in the church.  It is forbidden to share the Gospel with homosexuals.  Romans 1 is clear on the status of gays.

Going against the Bible’s prohibition against loving gays will proliferate gays in your town, city, county, state, and nation.  It is important for churches to preach NOT to share the Gospel with homosexuals.  It is important to preach the New Testament instruction to excommunicate homosexuals from your church.  This is the Word of God’s instruction for you, your family, and your church, and this must be explicitly taught, regularly.

God hates homosexuals as it is clear in Sodom and Gomorrah.  God wants Christians to hate homosexuals, as it is clear in Romans 1 and in the preaching of St. Paul.

Professor Edward Peters is wrong about the New Testament concept of excommunication.  New Testament concept of excommunication is to forbid the excommunicated person from church property, from Christian worship, or being treated as a Christian.  In other words, an excommunicated person must be treated as a non-Christian and be forbidden to influencing Christians in the church to be led astray to homosexuality.  The very presence of a gay person in your church will proliferate homosexuality in your church.  That is why God commands excommunication of gays.