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SantaClaus said...

The thing that concerns me is the way that most homosexuals vehemently deny that people can change. With only a few exceptions the pro gay post on this blog deny the possibility of change. They are so desperate to cling to their belief that they were "born that way," that they attack anyone who has chosen to attempt a change. And after attacking their own for trying to change, many will gleefully celebrate the failure of people who found that they were not able to overcome their homosexuality. If these people were so happy with their orientation and their lifestyle, why don't they just say, "Good riddance, we don't need them anyway," when ever someone seeks to leave their ranks? Instead, they turn on the poor individual and tear them to shreds like a bunch of ravenous wolves. Imagine if an alcoholic or drug addict sought to change and all of his or her former peers turned on them the same way. I wonder how many of them would ever be successful in escaping their old bonds either. No, when they fail, we try to help them get back up and try again. But the gay community tries to convince them that they are betraying what they are. It's no wonder that there are so many people who fail and commit suicide. And another thing, the gay community, as a rule want to deny the existence of those who have been delivered from this lifestyle. Why are they so afraid to admit that Ex-Gay people really do exist. Username "avennbrown" ask the question, "1. Do you know of anyone who was completely gay (not a bisexual) who has become completely heterosexual?" Yes, as a matter of fact I know several. Not that it matters because I have had homosexuals argue with me that my Ex-Gay friends were actually bisexual and at first they were just practicing homosexually and now they were now practicing heterosexually. Or they would actually argue that they were straight all along and were just living the gay lifestyle. WHAT A CROCK!!! Why can't we just agree to accept the facts and say that people can live which ever way that they choose. If men choose to be with men and women choose to be with women, then that is their choice. And if we who believe in the God of the Bible want to preach what God says, then that is our right. And if the homosexual chooses to ignore us, then that is their right. The most important thing for Christians to remember is that true Christianity is a faith based on choice. God loves us so much that He sent His only begotten Son to die for us, and yet He still loves us enough to let us choose to accept or refuse his love for us. 1 Corinthians 13:1 NIV If I speak in the tongues of men and of angels, but have not love, I am only a resounding gong or a clanging cymbal.

January 27, 2009 at 12:15 a.m.
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