The Difference Between Liberation and Oppression . . . In the Hearts of Man

We get many responses to the commentaries, but one in particular that struck me was dealing with the homosexual issue.

The respondent wrote, “Do you support having death camps for unrepentant homosexuals?”

I couldn’t help but think that someone like that is already in a death camp of their own choice . . regardless of what I believe or don’t believe.

But what hit me next was the verse in the Bible where Jesus says, “I came to give life, and give it more abundantly.”

He didn’t come into the world to condemn the world, but to save the world . . . he doesn’t want someone languishing their entire lives in a death camp of lies, of bondage, of oppression.

He wants all of us . . .no matter what death camp we are trapped in . . . to be liberated to know the true destiny that we have been created for.

So it doesn’t matter to the Lord what we are, what we are doing, what lifestyle we are involved in . . . He loves us unconditionally and wants so much for us to have a personal relationship with Him . . . so He personally can liberate us from all death camps that keep us separated from His love and mercy.

This is Nina May reminding my friend, that Jesus came to set the captives free.