Sometimes Love Does Have a Label

The “love has no labels” campaign was launched back in 2015.  The purpose of this campaign was to conflate race, age and people with disabilities with homosexuality to further attempt to normalize homosexuality. So, in the commercials they will show older people kissing, interracial couples kissing and disabled people kissing and then compare that with gay and lesbian couples kissing as if it was the same thing.

According to lovehasnolabels.com our natural aversion to two men kissing or two women kissing at a football game or other public events is just an “implicit bias” that we may not even know we have and we can work to change this “bias”.

But according to God’s Word some types of love DO in fact have a label.

“For this cause God gave them up unto vile affections: for even their women did change the natural use into that which is against nature: 27 And likewise also the men, leaving the natural use of the woman, burned in their lust one toward another; men with men working that which is unseemly, and receiving in themselves that recompence of their error which was meet.” – Romans 1:26-27

God labels what those two guys or two gals are doing as “vile affections” and “against nature”.  Those are some pretty strong labels.

This is the first part of a new Instagram and Facebook campaign I am launching.  I have had a presence on Facebook for many years but I am just expanding on to Instagram over the last six months.  Because Instagram only allows 15 second clips, I am having to do something I am not good at – be very concise.  But that is a good thing since most of our youth today have very short attention spans.  If you can’t catch their attention in 15 seconds you may not catch them at all.  But most of the teens and young people are on Instagram so while I will still be on Facebook, I am going to really try harder to target the Instagram audience with the message of God’s Word regarding Biblical gender roles.

But don’t worry, for those of my audience who want more meat (longer more detailed teaching) I will be doing longer videos this year as well.

2 thoughts on “Sometimes Love Does Have a Label

  1. In my travels I have come across two billboards that seem like they are from the same group. One says “lmagine you can’t get a job because who you love”. The other “Imagine you can’t get hired because of who you are.”

    The first conflates love or feelings of love with a particular sexual activity (homosexuality). It seems they are trying to steal the virtue of love (albeit a redefinition of the word love as an emotion) to hide their perversion behind a cloak of honor. “Look at us we love, opposition to love is hate and hate is evil”. Thereby calling evil good and good evil.

    The second conflates essential identity with sexual activity. It’s not they do perversion but that they are existentially homosexual. I see this in the church in such movements as “revoice”. The church hopes to bring repentance of action but not transformation of identity in Christ. A homosexual, it is taught, they must sacrifice their perversion and carry that burden till death rather than be rid of the sin and be made new transformed into the likeness of Christ. IOW The church too conflates identity with sexual desire and thereby giving legitimatcy to homosexuality.

    By redefining love, covenants of marriage are routinely broken, adultery and fornication are excused, sexual perversion is legitimized, and a person is given a false sense of identity according to tingles and feelings. Justice is treated with contempt because it makes one feel bad. (Guilt does that). Best to redefine justice to feel better, more social and abrah-cadabrah-alakazamm they reach into their hat and pull out “social-justice”; Another abomination posing as virtue.

    Rightly understood, love does provide identity. For example: I am adopted into the household of faith, because Christ loved me! Before the foundations of the world He choose me and redeemed me in His death and resurrection, so I am made a holy son of God, part of the betrothed to Christ. His loves defines me. Because I am loved the old man of sin is dying never to return and a new creation a holy seed is replacing it never to be displaced by sin again. Loosing my sin is not the burdensome price of following Christ, it is a sweet fruit, a joyful reward a glorious goal, for by such I become more like Christ. The other teaching tells us that you sure are going to miss that great fortune you spent on that pearl. It as they ask, “That Perl of great price is sure expensive, have you got something a little less”? They focus on the cost and not the gain because they prefer cheap grace and so do not understand true love.

  2. All good pleasure and fortune to you, and I hope the LORD blesses you with as much success or more as you’ve had here! 🙂

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