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Amy Grant

Amy Grant Plans To Host a Gay Wedding

Amy Grant is the queen of contemporary Christian music and known for hits like “Baby Baby,” “Breath of Heaven,” and “Find A Way.” She is also known for being one of many CCM artists who is seriously compromised Spiritually. Her position on the issue of homosexuality and transgenderism has been well documented as not biblical, but recently she dialed this up to eleven.

Earlier this week, Amy Grant was receiving honors from the Kennedy Center who declared her the queen of Christian music in an award ceremony. In similar fashion of wanting to be liked by the world, Amy Grant did an interview with the Washington Post.

She told the Washington Post that she plans host a homosexual wedding as her and her husband’s farm.

She told the Washington Post:

The word “welcome” comes up frequently when talking to Grant. In recent years, she has voiced support for the LGBTQ community, where she has had a large fan base for decades. Now, she talks about her and Gill’s plans to host her niece’s wedding at their farm, which is her family’s “first bride and bride” nuptials. Grant recalls her reaction when she learned her niece had come out: What a gift to our whole family to just widen the experience of our whole family.

“Honestly, from a faith perspective, I do always say, ‘Jesus, you just narrowed it down to two things: love God and love each other,’ ” Grant said. “I mean, hey — that’s pretty simple.”

For a Christian to attend a homosexual wedding is to participate in the celebration of what God declares abominable. Amy Grant goes a step further and is hosting the event. While it is unclear whether she is also performing at the event, her approval of the event is on record and was first volunteered to a pagan media outlet. While this development may not be all that surprising, it is disappointing.

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13 Responses

  1. It’s her niece. Show me one thing in Scripture which shows Jesus wants you to separate from family members. I’ll wait.

    1. “Do you suppose that I came to grant peace on earth? I tell you, no, but rather division; for from now on five members in one household will be divided, three against two and two against three. They will be divided, father against son and son against father, mother against daughter and daughter against mother, mother-in-law against daughter-in-law and daughter-in-law against mother-in-law.”
      — Luke 12:51-53
      I’d expect a Ukraine flag “conservative” would support faggotry.

    2. (Luk 14:26 KJV) If any man come to me, and hate not his father, and mother, and wife, and children, and brethren, and sisters, yea, and his own life also, he cannot be my disciple.

    3. 1 Cor. 5, ma’am. The real ecclesia, body of Christ, finally turned the sex offender over to Satan to destroy the flesh in order to try and save his spirit on the great and terrible day of the Lord Jesus when He returns to display His wrath to the rebellious and save the true believers. If Amy actually preached the truth to her niece, she’d never come to the farm…unless she repented. Problem solved with the “wedding.” I suggest you get off your high horse and actually study the written Word of God to see what both pleases and angers Him. He is your Creator, after all.

      1. Ben – is the Lord God unloving since He sends the vast majority of created humans to the lake of fire for rebellion?

        1. I see what you’re trying to do, but your reasoning is extremely fallacious. Your question is not the gotcha you think it is. Apparently because you do not know the true Gospel.

          God doesn’t send anyone to the lake of fire. They send themselves. Though there are some who the Bible says have been sent strong delusion who are condemned already, because of they have long delighted in wickedness (2 Thess. 2:11-12), and that there are some who are condemned of old, who pervert the grace of God into a license to sin (Jude 1:4-7, 2 Pet. 2:3), in every case the individual condemns themselves.

          God loved us enough to send His son to die on the cross for us, so that we may be born again. There is no greater love than that. But many reject His means of redemption and reconciliation to Himself, expecting that He respect their sin, along with everyone else. That’s not how it works. Sin separates us from God.

          Romans 1:20 says they are without excuse.

          2 Peter 3:9 says God is patiently waiting for them to repent, because He is not willing that any should perish.

          The grace of God is not a license to sin. 1 John 3:4-10 says that one who is born of God does not continue in sin. Repentance involves more than simply reciting a prayer. It it is to genuinely confess sin, ask the Lord for forgiveness, and to turn away from sin. When one is truly born again, God changes that person.

          To support, accept, or respect sin is itself a sin. It undermines the Gospel, and pridefully rejects God’s authority.

          All have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God, but we are to repent of sin, reject sin, and turn away from it. Not continue in it. The Bible says, in Romans 2, one who does that despises God’s grace. One who continues in sin does not love the Lord.

          There is much, much more that could be said on the subject.There are many more scriptures.

          Amy Grant has said she doesn’t care whether or not she’s wrong, and that God knows her heart. Well, if she doesn’t care whether or not she’s wrong, and how that could influence others, to the point of leading them to eternal damnation, then there is very serious wickedness in her heart. The rest of us, we see the bad fruit.

          1. No gotcha. Parse the words if you like. In the end, God sends them there. I’ll bow out now. No need to continue since I hear you and understand.

          2. Yes, after the judgment. Not before. But you’re correct in that I failed to make that distinction, and I appreciate the correction. However, in context here, the answer is still accurate, and would’ve been better worded to say that God does not condemn anyone as they still live and breathe, they do that to themselves.The closest one can come to such condemnation is described in 2 Thess. 2:11-12, but even then they’ve done that to themselves. By trying to compare what will happen after the judgement to what Amy Grant is doing now, your logic fails, for that reason and for others reasons noted below. What she is doing is not love. Her niece is still living, and has not yet been judged.Those she is influencing are still living and have not yet faced judgment.So the question of whether or not God still loves them after they’re thrown into the lake of fire is fairly irrelevant here. You can’t lead someone astray after judgement day has already passed, right? At that point it is obviously way too late. What’s relevant is what’s going to happen to them, and to all she influences, and to Grant herself, on that day of judgment. As they still live, there is still time. Since continuance of accepting, endorsing, and celebrating sin is itself continuance of sin, and is to bear very bad fruit, there is a good possibility that she herself has never truly been born again.

            If there wasn’t an intended gotcha, then you have my apologies. The question seemed as such, and seemed combative enough, but I realize that you might’ve been genuinely asking the question because you genuinely didn’t understand the difference. I hope my responses have adequately explained, though I’m not exactly the best at answering such questions. I do my best. Sometimes in a long-winded fashion.

          3. The analogy would be about like shoving people out into oncoming traffic, then saying, “it’s fine, I’ll still love them when they’re dead” – about like that, but eternally worse.

            That is not love. That is not what God does. It’s the opposite of what God does. He earnestly informs us and warns us very clearly ahead of time, and gives us a means of redemption.

        2. To address the badly flawed logic directly: God does not tolerate, accept, condone, or respect sin. That fact underlies the entire Gospel. Further God does not lie to people and tell them they’re ok when they’re not. He loves them enough to tell them the truth through His Word.

          Big, big difference.

          1 Cor. 13:6 says that love does not rejoice in sin, but rejoices in the truth. True agape love says, look here, if you do not repent, you’re going to Hell. It might offend. It might hurt feelings. But to love is to speak the truth. And sometimes that love may mean leaving the prodigal to wallow in the pig pen. Sometimes it may mean “from such turn away” (2 Tim. 3:5). Sometimes, as Ray and others here have already stated, it may even mean one is estranged from their own family.

        3. Repentance requires full, complete, and total submission to Jesus Christ as one’s only Savior, Lord and Master. That is repentance. Without that full submission, one is inevitably in rebellion. And of course, when we look at the fruit in order to know the tree, it is often very obvious whether or not such a complete and total submission has ever taken place.

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