Dear friends here at The Blend, I’m forwarding this letter to you, because Monica Cole of OneMillionMoms.com asked me to! So from the American Family Association‘s Miley Cyrus said what? Action Alert comes this important message:
Miley Cyrus said what?
“Hannah Montana” star Miley Cyrus recently made statements supporting gay marriage.
Her comments were in response to a question posed to Miss California Carrie Prejean in the April 19 Miss USA Pageant. Homosexual celeblogger Perez Hilton was the pageant judge who asked Prejean her opinion of same-sex marriage, to which she responded that marriage should be between a man and a woman. Outraged by her response, Hilton began blasting the beauty queen and asked for celebrities to share their thoughts on gay marriage.
Miley Cyrus responded to Hilton through her Twitter.com account with the following comments:
• “Everyone deserves to love and be loved and most importantly smile.”
• “Jesus loves you and your partner and wants you to know how much he cares! That’s like a daddy not loving his lil boy cuz he’s gay and that is wrong and very sad!
• “Like I said everyone deserves to be happy.”
• “God’s greatest commandment is to love. And judging is not loving.”
• “I am a Christian and I love you – gay or not – because you are no different than anyone else! We are all God’s children.”
Such statements will send the wrong message to our children who are influenced by this teenage megastar. Parents need to realize that Cyrus is not the positive role model she was once thought to be.
Send Miley Cyrus a letter stating that you do not approve of her comments.
Clearly she is confused and does not understand the Bible. Please pray for the Lord to open her eyes to the truth.
Check out the articles below for a better understanding of this controversial issue.
Monica Cole, Director
P.S. Please forward this to your family and friends!
Yes, that loving your neighbor thing (Luke 10:25-37) and that not judging people thing (Matthew 7:1-5) is just so non-Biblical. Overcoming the evil of homosexuality requires not being at peace with lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people, right? (Romans 12:17-21)
Thank G_d that the American Family Association knows when love shouldn’t be the godly response to people who belong to minority groups; thank G_d that the AFA knows how to interpet scripture without actually being concerned about what the scriptures actually says in plain language about love and judging. Hey — without the commentary by AFA connected folk like Monica Cole, we wouldn’t know that G_d’s exception to loving your neighbor as yourself are those gosh darn, evil homosexuals! Hallelujah!