Uhhh, you don't have a clue as to what you are talking about. A gay chooses whether or not to be gay. Same as bi or lesbian.<quoted text>
The walk you take with Jesus is your own choice. I'm not disputing that.
But you see when you say you could choose of whom to be attracted to and whom not to be attracted to, a true homosexual or a true heterosexual cannot make that choice as you say you did.
See, a true homosexual is born with an attraction to the opposite sex. A true heterosexual is born with an attraction to the opposite sex. Either of these two through childhood to adulthood grow into their sexual orientation. And usually a few 'experimental sexual interactions' with the sex their not attracted to affirms to them their attraction and they grow with it and avoid interaction with the other. Understand?
But a person growing up as a child without a specific attraction, able to enjoy sex play and relationships with either sex, that person is a bisexual.
You stated you made "a choice" of whom to have sexual relationships with. A straight hetero or homosexual won't have that capacity to 'choose' as you stated it. Only a true bisexual can choose which orientation to ignore and which to be attracted to.
Understand further for a base to my conversation, I don't believe anyone is born hetero or homo or bi. I believe we are all born with specific attractions and that attraction, it defines us as we learn and discover it's meaning for ourselves and our sexuality and relationship needs from childhood to adulthood.
But your claiming to choose who to be attracted to and whom not to be attracted to would define you as A. a true bisexual or B. a heterosexual that can enjoy sex with both sexes.
Homosexuality, lesbianism or bi is an abomiantion to God. It IS a choice. While everyone is born with the propensity to sin, whether or not it is acted upon is the choice of the individual.
Your explanation is a textbook explanation by the secular world. God says turn from your wicked ways and live. Meaning, CHOOSE YE THIS DAY WHO YOU WILL FOLLOW.
Why did Christ die on the cross? To save mankind from hell, from the deserved judgment that we all deserve. For you to think one is born with specific attractions says you think one is born gay or not.
God told mankind to procreate and multiply. Can a gay do that? Would God let a same sex attraction be inherent in someone? You seem to think so.
All of ones life is made up of choices. For you to say a "true" homosexual is not true. That would mean they are born that way. The thing of it is is this. When one is forgiven of homosexuality, lesbianism or bi-sexuality, that is it. They are no longer gay les or bi. They are a new creature in Christ and to say they continue being gay is to deny the power of Christ's forgiveness.