For example, if you look in the mirror and see a speck of dust on your face, do you get rid it by breaking the mirror? Of course not, because even if you can't see it after the mirror is broken, the speck of dust is still there. Therefore, you have to remove the speck of dust from your face in order to deal with that problem. If your parents nag you to clean up your room, how do you solve the problem? Do you tell your parents to shut up, or do you clean your room? The correct answer is to clean your room. If you have any bad habit, do you solve the problem by telling your wife or husband to stop nagging you, or do you do something about the bad habit that is the source of the nagging? The correct answer is to deal with the bad habit.
People who support homosexuality tend to be mirror breakers instead of problem solvers. They erroneously think that if they wipe out all opposition to their lifestyle, that everything will be okay. The reason why they are in error is because Christians (and others with similar views) are not the source of their problems. They are merely pointing out the problem. In other words, getting rid of opposition to homosexuality is not going to solve their problems. The problems will still be there long after they are gone.
Homosexuals like to accuse Christians of hate. But in reality, Christians lovingly tell homosexuals that their lifestyle is going to ruin their health, shorten their lifespan, and most importantly, keep them out of Heaven. Does that mean that Christians want them to suffer? Of course not. That's why Christians lovingly warn them; not because they want to see them suffer, but because they want them to repent, turn from their lifestyle, avoid the penalties, and enjoy the good things God has in store for all of His children.
Here is quote from a link that illustrates this:
Do homosexuals have more mental health problems as well?
Yes. Various research studies have found that homosexuals have higher rates of:
· Alcohol abuse
· Drug abuse
· Nicotine dependence
Isn't it possible that these problems result from society's "discrimination" against homosexuals?
This is the argument usually put forward by pro-homosexual activists. However, there is a simple way to test this hypothesis. If "discrimination" were the cause of homosexuals' mental health problems, then one would expect those problems to be much less common in cities or countries, like San Francisco or the Netherlands, where homosexuality has achieved the highest levels of acceptance.
In fact, the opposite is the case. In places where homosexuality is widely accepted, the physical and mental health problems of homosexuals are greater, not less. This suggests that the real problem lies in the homosexual lifestyle itself, not in society's response to it. In fact, it suggests that increasing the level of social support for homosexual behavior (by, for instance, allowing same-sex couple to "marry") would only increase these problems, not reduce them.
So to all you homosexuals out there, are you going to do things that will contribute to solving the problem or are you going to continue to break the mirror by blaming other people for your problems and trying to get rid of them?
Here is a link to a former gay and a former lesbian who have decided that they are not going to break any more mirrors.
They have decided to repent and change their lifestyle with God's help. The Christian way is not to hate homosexuals, but to hate the sin, but love the sinner. The homosexual lifestyle will ruin your health, shorten your lifespan, and prevent you from entering Heaven. But I don't want that to happen to you and neither does God. Please get help while there is still time for you.