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Tomlapaz
  • From:USA

Date Posted:16-09-2018 06:42:00Copy HTML

Interesting article.   Even believers forget that putting our trust in the risen Jesus does not change us overnight, at least in every area.   I had some changes in quick time myself, and others that are still a work in progress.


Sexual sin is one of the harder areas to transform, and that itself makes for an interesting discussion (probably due, I am thinking, to the fact that man, unlike animals, involves his spiritual nature in sexual relationships).


https://answersingenesis.org/family/homosexuality/journey-from-homosexual-lifestyle-to-christ/


 It maysurprise some readers, but conversionto Christ did not initially change myattraction for other women.


What conversion did change immediatelywas my mind. Indeed, I was notconverted out of homosexuality; I wasconverted out of unbelief.

Jesus: For if you believed Moses, you would believe me; for he wrote of me. But if you believe not his writings, how shall you believe my words? Psalm 37:21 The wicked borrows and does not pay back, But the righteous is gracious and gives.
Bogus0Pomp Share to: Facebook Twitter MSN linkedin google yahoo #31
  • From:USA

Re:A Journey from a Homosexual Lifestyle to Christ

Date Posted:27-10-2018 11:49:26Copy HTML

Frankly, Tom, nobody needs the kind of bigoted, 'god make them just like me' kind of prayer that you are offering here.



Out of curiosity, do you think the young lady in the OP was able to so drastically change apart from prayer?



Out of curiosity, what make you think that I give enough of a rip about her story to give even passing thought to your question?

skwanderer Share to: Facebook Twitter MSN linkedin google yahoo #32
  • From:USA

Re:A Journey from a Homosexual Lifestyle to Christ

Date Posted:27-10-2018 12:26:20Copy HTML

Out of curiosity, do you think the young lady in the OP was able to so drastically change apart from prayer? _______ If she believed that prayer would change her, then she changed (faked it) all on her own. The prayer was the placebo. If she believed that therapy with an expert would help, then it is more likely to help based solely on her belief. If she believed nothing would help her...then nothing would probably help her. If she believed there is nothing wrong with being gay because we are born that way, then she is correct and doesn't need to have the trauma of assholes like Tomas telling them there is something wrong with them
Tomlapaz Share to: Facebook Twitter MSN linkedin google yahoo #33
  • From:USA

Re:A Journey from a Homosexual Lifestyle to Christ

Date Posted:27-10-2018 06:44:21Copy HTML

So Skwanderer, you did not read the article, is that safe to assume?

skwanderer Share to: Facebook Twitter MSN linkedin google yahoo #34
  • From:USA

Re:A Journey from a Homosexual Lifestyle to Christ

Date Posted:28-10-2018 12:19:16Copy HTML

There it is. I was wondering how long it would take you to get around to claiming that the reason we don't agree with you is that we didn't read the article. There is no such thing as a "journey from a homosexual lifestyle" to Christ. A) Christ aint there. He is in your head. b) homosexuality is not a lifestyle, it is biological trait....a phenotypic expression of the geneotype. I'm sure if I just read your article I'd be convinced.....said no thinking person ever.
Tomlapaz Share to: Facebook Twitter MSN linkedin google yahoo #35
  • From:USA

Re:A Journey from a Homosexual Lifestyle to Christ

Date Posted:28-10-2018 10:04:21Copy HTML

Skw:  "I am sure if I read the evidence I would be convinced, said no thinking person ever".



Paraphased - since that is what you are admitting to.  Sad.


grace mail:


R. A. Torrey said, "Prayer is the hand that takes to ourselves the blessings that God has already provided in His Son."
                                   
                                   But in Psalm 66:18 David says, "If I regard wickedness in my heart, the Lord will not hear."
                                   
                                   Basically this is saying, "If I have not confessed the sin in my heart, the Lord will not listen..." The Lord is saying we can't go any further until we get things straightened out here. Take some time to read 1 John 1:6-9 and put it into practice in your daily life.

skwanderer Share to: Facebook Twitter MSN linkedin google yahoo #36
  • From:USA

Re:A Journey from a Homosexual Lifestyle to Christ

Date Posted:30-10-2018 12:35:08Copy HTML

Paraphased - since that is what you are admitting to. Sad. ___ Yes, I am admitting the facts. There is no such thing as conversion from your biological traits through Christ. Some people may believe this has occurred.....they are just as stupid as you are. There is absolutely nothing wrong with gayness in the human condition. Sad you are such a bigoted fool.
Tomlapaz Share to: Facebook Twitter MSN linkedin google yahoo #37
  • From:USA

Re:A Journey from a Homosexual Lifestyle to Christ

Date Posted:01-11-2018 03:36:23Copy HTML

Such faith in your dogma.   Frankly, I better understand it now, given posts of yours over the past few months.

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