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The former Miss Universe caused controversy with her anti-gay comments

The former Miss Universe caused controversy with her anti-gay comments

Diana MendozaAnd the Miss Universe 2008who shows her conversion to God on social networks, has some controversial words in response to Instagram user @peter.missology who asked her about homosexuality and even warned her about her bigotry.

“In this matter, God says it is disliked,” Mendoza said.

“God loves the sinner and hates sin,” he added.

God is loving and loves the different

“God is love, God loves me who is different, just as He loves you and loves the whole world, Diana. Shall we not say he is merciful and kind? So why do we paint him as the executioner and punish God on the basis of scriptures interpreted in a way who wants the way?”, wrote @peter.missology .

He said, “He loves me and my pride does not destroy anything, my thought makes me build new things in this world that needs more understanding and more sympathy instead of judging another.”

“I appreciate where I come from, I don’t expect everyone to agree with me. What I say is irrelevant, however, it is not what God says in His Word. God loves sinners and hates sin. In this matter God says it is abhorrent,” Mendoza replied.

“He is the supreme judge. Who am I to judge, I am no better than anyone else. I am called to proclaim his word, not mine, it is the word of God that I share, and whoever rejects it rejects his word. I believe in God’s word and in His word I remain. I am no better than you nor love you less than that “.

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quarrels

The controversy continued on his account Instagram. He told another user on that social network, “Do you think I’d care if they told me things?” “If insults flatter me. And he said, ‘If my Lord accepts them, I will not accept them.'”

“I am a huge fan of Christ,” said the former queen.

Then he pointed out with another user that not everyone wants a LGBTQ+ agenda: “And I want to follow Christ. I fear the abolition of the King of Soldiers, Jehovah, not the world.”

My best gay friend

He told another user in English: “Not everyone is looking to hurt and harm someone’s life, job, opportunity or reputation because someone doesn’t think like them.”

“My best friends are gay, and we are not friends because they do my hair or make-up, they do other work, they know I’m by the word of God, they know what I believe in and they know I love them on this earth and in heaven.”

“We have the right to believe in Christ and to practice our faith. Remember who the people who do these bad things serve, remember who we serve, stand firm. And affirm that God is on your side.