This One Truth and You

This One Truth and You

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Stevie McHugh of Houston, Texas, long-time minister with a a down-to-earth approach, shares one truth from the Bible each day, along with related anecdotes, while reading the BIble through over the course of 3 years. Stevie has had years of experience in prison ministry, including ministry to juveniles, and missions leadership. She is a trained Stephen's Minister at Lakewood Church in Houston, Texas, and has been a devoted Bible study teacher for youth and adults. Stevie hosted "No Fear," a breakthrough television program for youth in Houston, Texas, which became the model for several other youth-oriented shows. Some of Stevie's music has been produced, and several raps that she wrote and performed have been very effective in ministry. Now a full-time writer, Stevie seeks to inspire others toward a passion for God and the Bible.

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Many people twist scripture for their own wicked purposes, and this chapter is one that has been widely abused. The sincere love that Jonathon and David had for one another was passionate--you can't love someone as your own soul without a depth of passion, which is how God says Jonathon loved David. But the Bible always puts the honest facts about the individuals in the Holy Book. If there had been any homosexual activity between the two, it would say so outright. I believe the actions of Jonathon and David show that it is possible to have uncommon love, one man toward another, without sinning against God. Our society today attempts to shove young people into homosexual behavior by sending the false message that it's not only okay but it's the hippest thing going. The problem is, of course, that homosexual behaviors are an abomination to God, as it says in Romans 1:18-32 and elsewhere in the Bible
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