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Published: Tuesday, Dec. 20 2011 10:40 a.m. MST

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Pagan
Salt Lake City, UT

Speaking of love:

*'Homosexuality Is a Sin: Rick Perry Tells Bisexual Teen Why He Opposes Gays in the Military' - By Buck Sexton - The Blaze - 12/19/2011

'..I dont agree that openly gays should serve in the militaryDont ask dont tell was working I hate the sin but i love the sinner

So NICE to have someone tell you that they love you...

while calling you a sinner at the same time.

BalancedFulfilledLife
MISSOURI CITY, TX

Great article!! I am only beginning to understand how that love changes me, how sincere my service to my fellowmen becomes, how willing I become to withhold judgment while standing courageously with Christ for His eternal truths and priceless teachings, and how much joy I can feel today...not waiting for tomorrow...not empty...not searching, but calm, peaceful, hopeful, happy, striving against my own weaknesses, and filled with His love.

Bill in Nebraska
Maryville, MO

So Pagan are you saying that you are perfect and don't make mistakes. A child who errors is still loved by their parents even though they still did something wrong. Our Heavenly Father still loves each and everyone of his children even though they make mistakes.

Christ came to the earth to take upon him the sins of the world, the sins of each and every person who has or will live on the earth. The Plan of Salvation or Plan of Happiness was developed for us to become like our father in heaven. To have a body of flesh and bone. To grow and to gain knowledge of Good and Evil. Regardless whether you believe it or not, really doesn't matter.

As with all sins, we are still loved but just as with all we each are making our eternal plan here on earth. It is a short time to do so. Even though you don't believe it possible, you can actually love the person who sins because we all sin. The only perfect person to walk the Earth was Jesus Christ, this is why a sinless man was able to take upon him all the sins.

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