I have raised my kids to be friendly and accepting towards all kinds of people. Consequently, some of my daughters happen to have gay friends. And, for those of us who know gay people personally, we have found that they are great people with fun personalities. One daughter once said that gay guys were the only guys that she felt safe with.
I have been concerned by stories I hear of certain gay people being suicidal or troubled by their confusing gender identity. They deal with a lot of rejection from family and community. It could even happen to a returned missionary, who is devastated by his sudden gay tendencies after coming home. It seems that it could happen to anyone.
I have some information that may prove helpful as to reasons why this can happen and how we all need to be less judgmental and more loving towards all of God’s children.
- There have been studies and research to indicate that a poor father/son relationship can contribute towards the son becoming gay.
- Female hormones are abundant in the cow’s milk of today. The fat in milk, cheese, and ice cream is a huge source.
- Certain Psychiatrists (who use hypnotism) and spiritually-sighted individuals say that gay people are possessed by spirits of the opposite gender.
When I meet people who claim to be “gay,” I ask my daughter what she sees on them. There has never been an occasion where she did not see one or more earthbound female spirits attached to a gay man and has always seen earthbound male spirit(s) attached to a gay woman. This has been not only confirmed by others gifted with spiritual sight, but also by psychiatrists such as Dr. Fiore and Dr. Modi.
Casting out earthbound spirits or evil spirits may not solve all of a person’s problems. These things can leave deep woulds, both emotional and spiritual, and healing often takes time. Some will probably need a support group or at least family support. Some people may need counseling or even psychotherapy…
This information is from a book Conquering Spiritual Evil by Douglas H. Mendenhall
Drop the Judgment
If you are a true Christian, then you know that the Bible says “judge not that ye be not judged.” True Christians will not be in the large and spacious building pointing fingers and thinking they are better than everyone else. They will be at the feet of the “tree of life” enjoying the fruit that brings the most joy and reaching out to love and help others.
“To be or not to be” is a quote from Shakespeare. Each person has a choice and we all need to drop the judgment and learn to love everyone as Jesus did. To judge or not to judge is also a choice and we need to be patient and loving towards the judgmental person too, which can be a more difficult challenge.