So check this out; Kim Davis has been released from jail from refusing the issue of a same-sex marriage license.http://www.cnn.com/2015/09/08/politics/kim-davis-same-sex-marriage-kentucky/ From my research, she gets to keep her job but must not interfere with same-sex marriage licenses. If you ask me, her jailing could have been avoided if she REALLY followed God’s word. Yes, the Bible does not condone homosexuality; but it also speaks on how we are not supposed to judge others which was exactly what she did. http://biblehub.com/james/4-12.htm If she had any common sense, she would know that the best thing we can do for someone in that life is to pray for them, rather than telling them it is wrong and they are not supposed to live like that. I’m very sure they are aware but if that is who they are, then we as a people need to accept that and if we cannot, mind our own business. As a young Christian lady, I know homosexuality is wrong, but I will not judge them because of it. That’s where us “Christians” mess up at. We can sit there and tell someone of their wrong doing and think our sin is better than theirs. At the end of the day, a sin is a sin. Sorry, but she was wrong for denying them their rights. It was almost as if she was trying to play God. If she feels compelled to tell gay couples that living that lifestyle is wrong, then that’s her business. But denying right’s, that kind of crossed the line for me. God knows that you know that homosexuality isn’t condoned, so let him deal with them, not you (you being Kim Davis). Maybe I feel this way because of my brother’s lifestyle. I wouldn’t want his rights to be denied to him. He is still human like the rest of us. But honestly, putting myself in Kim’s shoes, I can see where you were coming from. At the end of the day, you just can’t force someone to change. That’s something that they have to do when they are ready.