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 Posted: 2013-08-07 10:57 pm
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Hello, I understand your predicament, or at least I think I do. I was a closeted bisexual since I was nine and only recently came out to my parents and brother and his wife.

I am still a Christian.

I have Christian friends.

I have gay friends.

I have atheist friends.

What's the difference?

I really try to be nice on a general level. If they ask what my beliefs are, I'm going to tell them honestly. If they're going to walk away, that's their own affliction and I can't stop them. But if they are going to get up in my face about it and tell me I'm going to Hell for something THEY cannot change, you bet your a$$, I'm going to tell it like it is.

I believe in forgiveness. I believe that God will forgive me for being this way. Overly religious people will argue that I can be "cured", but I can't. I haven't been a relationship with either sex, but I feel like I won't be lead one way or another just by dating one. I'm always going to be attracted to both sexes regardless of who I'm dating.

I believe in love. Love everyone. Think about it:

Hate is a sin.

God is love.

God cannot sin for He is perfect.

Therefore, God cannot hate.

He tries to abolish SIN. He doesn't want to abolish the sinners. I believe in confessing the sin because sin is air, almost. We can't avoid it. The thoughts of sin themselves are sin.

He want to save us. Give us a home in Heaven. All you got to do is believe in Him. You don't have to go to church.

I'm not condoning all sins here--murder, rape, incest, they're still wrong by public law and wrong by moral law. But being avoided for loving someone of your own sex is ridiculous.

LOVE IS THE MOVEMENT.

-Chelsea:):):):):):)



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