Joshua 22-24, 1 Corinthians 6
I know the discussion started a year ago. I’m a nurse and meet many people in gay partnership. The way I’ve handled this is to think to my self that caring for someone is not a sin. Having sex with someone is – if they aren’t our spouse of an opposite sec. I just remind myself that living together is not the problem. And I have no idea whether they really have sex or not. Just like any other couple. That is between them and God.
Ugh! I can’t erase this? I didn’t mean to post it. Sometimes I write my thoughts then erase them. But I accidentally hit post while typing!! But now I guess I’ll have to finish. Being effeminate or masculine by birth is not a sin. It’s just that sex part. Every sexual act is a decision. Homosexual or heterosexual. Isn’t it? We all have decisions to make. We have all had opportunity for sexual sin. I must love everyone with the love of Christ and keep pointing myself and others to a right, choice -transforming life of following Him. That’s my only duty. Love.snd point the Way. He transforms us. Characteristics are not a sin.
I agree. It is like comparing temptation to the actual commitment of the sin. It is one thing to be tempted, but to act on/follow through with the temptation with action is sin.
I know I’m a little late to this, but I completely agree with you. I think you’re approaching it the right way and that’s also the way I interpret it. Too often I feel like homosexuals are told they are living in sin but no one actually reaches out to them to try to help them.
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