For this post I would like for anyone reading to keep an open heart and mind.
For the past couple of weeks I have been thinking about being a christian and being bisexual. In the bible being with the same sex is wrong and looked down upon. My best friend has even told me that I shouldn’t be the way I am because I am a christian and that would be a sin. To me being with the same-sex issue was a grey area for a long time. Then I had questions running through my mind like then why did God create men who just loved another man (romantically) or a woman who just loved another woman (romantically). I also wondered about how this would influence the purpose of someone’s life. Today was the day I decided that Jesus died for all of our sins. A sin is a sin. There is no sin greater sin and there is no lesser sin. As christians we are living for God and nothing comes before that. That means if you are heterosexual no man comes before God either. God wants a relationship with us and for us to live for him therefore I think that we will always sin. God wants us to sin. Through sin we are closer to him (something I have learned from a book that I’m reading called restless). Sin is the equivalent to making a mistake. Some mistakes we may never get right and sometimes we will have victories. My question is…would it matter to be lgbt or not? If you are living for Christ and fulfilling your purpose within him does it matter?