Bachelorette on show's sexual relations: 'I can do whatever, I sin daily and Jesus still loves me'
In a new promotional video which features clips of what will happen for the rest of season 15 of ‚ÄúThe Bachelorette,‚ÄĚ Luke P is shown telling Hannah B, who he professed his love for, what he believes about sex.
‚ÄúLet's talk about sex and how the marriage bed should be kept pure,‚ÄĚ the 24-year-old who traded his player ways to follow Christ told Hannah B.
Hannah B, also a professing Christian, immediately took offense to Luke P‚Äôs comments and confessed that she has had ‚Äúphysical relations‚ÄĚ with some of the other contestants but ‚ÄúJesus stills loves her.‚ÄĚ
‚ÄúRegardless of anything that I've done, I can do whatever, I sin daily and Jesus still loves me. It's all washed and if the Lord doesn't judge me and it's all forgiven, then no other man, woman ... anything can judge me,‚ÄĚ Hannah B told Entertainment Weekly after the promo aired. ...
In Britain we had 2 infamous shows, like this, one now long finished, which also had a US version, called Big Brother, where the young people (and some older ones), lived in a large sealed house, under camera for 24 hours a day, and one was voted out for eviction each week.
The other one is Love Island, of young people put on an island in a romantic setting, and again voted out every week I think. I won‚Äôt ever watch such things, and always regret whenever I have allowed myself in times past to watch such dreadful time-wasting and sensual things, which as a Christian we should never seek to be entertained by worldly things like this.
I do understand that sadly, after the last series of ‚ÄúLove Island‚ÄĚ, 2 of the contestants, a young man, and separately a young woman committed suicide.
Another infamous show, a psychology advice type show with a studio audience, the Jeremy Kyle Show, has been immediately permanently scrapped by ITV after the suicide of one of one of the participants. As for the young lady ‚ÄúBachelorette‚ÄĚ, need we say more? I fear this lady is on the broad road, and she needs to get out of that fast, repent, go through the strait gate and proceed along the narrow way.
Yes, this woman is simply an antinomian charlatan. The problem is most of the professing church agrees with her comments or at least live as if they agree with them.
I am saved completely and totally by grace and that grace has made me positionally perfect in God‚Äôs eyes. I am one of His children ‚Äď period. But, because of that my desire is to live for Him and that means always desiring to obey and glorify Him.
Why would Christ die on the cross for my sins and then say it is okay to sin. Rhetorical question.
There are millions of Christians who profess this theology, but they are deluded. Our goal should be to be perfect even as our heavenly Father is perfect.
this woman is a product of the 'God loves you' heresy. You can sin with a high hand and it doesn't matter, God loves you. You don't need to repent because God's love has you covered.
Keeping God's law doesn't save sinners, grace does. If we stumble at just one point, we are guilty of breaking all of it. Salvation is never contingent on what the sinner does; obedience is only found in those who love Christ. It isn't a necessity to 'get saved' or 'stay saved'. We love Him because He first loved us, we desire to obey out of love, not out of rigid demands.
The clash of wills. The bachelorette has determined that Romans 6 applies as one who wants to carry the decaying old man strapped to her back. All the while, claiming Christ, she has the stench of death all about herself. I dare say, unless you kill sin, it will have dominion over you. I can testify that that old man still lingers against us all but grace abounds even more, so much more that we must cling to Christ, pressing towards the day we will put off the corruptible for the incorruptible.