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God loves each and every one of us, and each and every one of us God added to the human population to do Jesus' work until He returns.
And one of the tasks we can become uniquely suited for after all our struggle against homophobia is to have a real empathy for others who are despised in this world. I began as Catholic and then participated in several Protestant churches attempting to find a Christian faith that would accept me as a gay woman. I have been hurt so many times before, not just emotionally or spiritually or verbally but physically by people professing to be Christians. What do you say to people who think that lgbt/ssa Christians aren't doing enough spiritually? It's so heartbreaking to know that even though I am passionate about following Church teachings, people still find ways to be spiritually abusive.
My mom asked if he was "a believer" and I said no, he wasn't and this became a huge issue for her and my dad.
I'm just so annoyed that I finally got them to accept me being with a man for the rest of my life and now they'll never be happy unless it's another gay christian (very hard to come by as many of you probably know). My bf loves me and is very accepting of my religious beliefs even if they don't align with his, and I intend to stay with him as long as I can regardless, but I'm just curious if anyone has struggled with this scenario before.
And if anyone has similar experience creating/participating in similar groups I would love to hear some stories/advice!
Just thinking tonight about how much mileage the devil gets from his homophobia invention.
We are the ultimate Samaritans, and we've got a lot of work to do. I confronted more than homophobia, I dealt with outright verbal and physical violence. Recently I started to feel compelled to return to the church. For the past few days I have been running into posts saying things like we don't pray enough, we don't repent, and that because we discuss being lgbt/ssa that we aren't trying to live holy lives, but trying to hold on to sin. On one hand, I know that my spiritual life is between me and God, it’s not for everyone to have a say in. The rest of my friends who are Christian stand up for me but I want to be able to do it myself without being disrespectful.
On the other hand, I know I need to try to have a conversation about these things and try to help people understand those of us who experience this so they don’t push harmful concepts on others, but it is so draining sometimes. I'm in the darkest place I've ever been in my life.
I have dealt with more and more depression this year. I don't mean like he doesn't exist, but I feel like I've been abandoned by him.I read verse 20, so I thought "I can't question God on why I'm queer, I should just let him use me for whatever His purpose is". But who indeed are you, a human being, to argue with God?Will what is molded say to the one who molds it, “Why have you made me like this?I don’t need another LGBT-affirming Christian come an tell me how not-wrong it is to be LGBT and Christian.I want assurance that God hasn’t abandoned me and that this is just a phase. That one night an angel appear in my bedroom and tell me God still loves me? I don’t know what I wanted with this post, maybe just encouraging words, and of course, if someone has experienced something similar I’d like to read their experience.