When I first became burdened to push back against gay activism in 2004, I immediately began to read the stories of gay activists, gay pastors and others. That’s because I wanted to have a heart for the people as opposed to simply standing up to the activism. And the more I read the stories of the people involved and the more I sat and talked with them face to face, the more my heart broke.
You see, it’s one thing to look at the ugly and perverse extremes often put on exhibit at major gay pride parades (especially in years past). Or to confront a propagandistic and dangerous curriculum in your child’s elementary school.
It’s another thing to sit and talk with people who tell you that they always felt different, even at the age of 5. That, when they entered puberty, they prayed and prayed for their gay feelings to go away, but they didn’t. That they tried exorcism and shock treatment to get rid of their homosexuality and that, when nothing worked, they contemplated suicide.
It was only then that they concluded that this is how God made them, and that’s why they now serve Him as gay Christians.
Of course, I do not believe that anyone is born gay, let alone that God made them gay. Nor do I believe that one can truly follow Jesus and practice homosexuality at the same time.
But that doesn’t mean I was not deeply moved by these stories, sometimes to the point of tears.
I’ve also interacted with lesbian moms who seem as committed to their children as any heterosexual mother I know. And I’ve heard them explain why they live clean lives and seek to raise their children with good morals.
Of course, I grieve for these children, since they are being deprived of having their father(s) in their lives.
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SOURCE: Charisma News