So are you saying you're gay and "control yourself" or are you using the common misapplied comparison of controlling yourself from cheating on your spouse?<quoted text>
There are many many stories of homosexuals that have changed. Just because you have not been able to does not mean others cannot.
We can discipline our sexual desires. I do it all the time. Its not always easy but I have very good reasons and motivations to do so. So do you.
Because I don't cheat on my spouse either. So there's my "self control." That is a clear example of "disciplining my sexual desires."
And yes, because I have not been able to do it absolutely does mean others cannot. If it could have been done, I would have done it. It's that simple. Nobody could have tried harder, for longer, more sincerely or more desperately, with more prayer - all without ever having so much as kissed another man, which is important to note because I was not trying to stop a behavior.
God will not change a gay person to straight. I didn't say He can't. I said He won't - because He knows better than you, He had a purpose for making us gay. He wouldn't change me; He won't change anyone. It's that simple. Instead, He opened my eyes to true faith, really trusting Him, not just paying lip service like you do. I live by my faith. You just talk about it.