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Frequently Asked Questions

Can a person come out of Homosexuality?
What does my thinking have to do with homosexuality?
At what age can a person become a homosexual?
Can I be healed in my body of anything, even aids?
Is there life after death, and where will I go?
Can masturbation cause problems, and, is this a sin?
Can I keep my old friends once I become a Christian?
What can I do to keep my children from becoming homosexual?
Is suicide a sin?
How do I talk to homosexual people about Jesus?
Will God receive me back, even though I’ve backslid?
Can you help me?

Can a person come out of Homosexuality?

“Of course a person can. I am living proof of this fact, regardless, of what some people may think or say. In my book, Dying for Love: The Plain Truth about Homosexuality, I answer this question in depth in chapter 64 called, “How to Be Delivered from Homosexuality or Any Bondage.”

What does my thinking have to do with homosexuality?

Plenty. “For as he thinks in his heart, so is he.” That is what the Word of God has to say in Proverbs 23:7, and I know form experience, this is very true. The way we think, can bless us or curse us. In my book, Dying for Love: The Plain Truth about Homosexuality, I answer this question in depth in chapters 62 called, “How I Became Homosexual, chapter 63 called, “A Deeper Look into the Brain,” and chapter 66 called, “As a Man Thinketh.”

At what age can a person become a homosexual?

From my experience, and research, I have seen homosexual tendencies in children from 4 years old and up. As a rule, when the child starts masturbating, then the child is imprinted, after a time, into a homosexual mindset. In my book, Dying for Love: The Plain Truth about Homosexuality, I answer this question in depth in chapters 62 called, “How I Became Homosexual, chapter 66 called, “As a Man Thinketh,” and chapter 69 called, “How Parents Influence a Childs’s Sexual Development.”


Can I be healed in my body of anything, even aids?

Yes, you can be healed of anything. The word of God tells us in 1 Peter 2:24 that we are healed by His strips. Healing comes from the love and power of God, and I should know. Jesus healed my body, when there was no else who could. In my book: Dying for Love: The Plain Truth about Homosexuality, I answer this question in depth in chapter 65 called, “The Power and the Blood.”

Is there life after death, and where will I go?

Yes, there is life after death. And most assuredly, every person will eventually taste death, and find out. Hebrews 9:27 declares, “ It is appointed for a man to die once, but after this, the judgment.” If you are saved, born again, and washed in the redeeming blood of Jesus Christ, you have nothing to worry about. You will go to heaven. You will be alive, and, you shall never die again! God is love, and, His love will redeem you and keep you safe for all eternity. But on the other hand, if you are not redeemed, then, you will go to the lake of fire, according to Revelation 20:15, and, Revelation 21:8. This of course, is your choice. Believe and receive, doubt and do without! In my book, Dying for Love: The Plain Truth about Homosexuality, I answer this question in depth in chapters 59 called, “The Way Up and Out, chapter 60 called, “The Joy of Salvation,” chapter 61 called, “The Dawning of a New Day,” chapter 65 called, “The Power and the Blood,” and chapter 77 called, “The Prophetic Word.” Now I ask you. Is there life after death? You will find out.


Can masturbation cause problems, and, is this a sin?

Yes. Masturbation can cause problems, and, if you are thinking of another person, other than a spouse, when masturbating, then, it can most definitely become a sin. In Matthew 5:28, Jesus tells us what takes place when we look at, or imagine, having sex with, or lusting after someone who is not a spouse. This kind of lust, is a sin. In my book, Dying for Love: The Plain Truth about Homosexuality, I answer this question in depth in chapters 62 called, “How I Became Homosexual,” chapter 63 called, “A Deeper Look into the Brain,” chapter 66 called, “As a Man Thinketh,” chapter 71 called, “Sex on the Internet,” and chapter 72 called, “Briefly, sex in History.”


Can I keep my old friends once I become a Christian?

In my opinion, no. And, I will tell you why. Your old, unconverted (un-saved) friends are of another persuasion. Usually, they will want to party, or do “whatever” that will stunt your spiritual growth, and, in the end, pull you back into your old sinful nature. Yes, it does seem logical that you should win them to Jesus, but, are you “spiritually” strong enough right now to do so? I have found, that when my old friends found out that I had become a Christian, well; they did not really act like my “old friends.” When I didn’t sin with them, they became distant, and acted like they were afraid of me. I soon learned that it was the “sinful nature” that didn’t like me when it saw my “Jesus nature.” Why? Because the sin nature had a hold on their soul, and didn’t want me telling my old friends about Jesus, and salvation. Remember, there is a spiritual war going on. The devil is trying to take people to hell, and, Jesus is calling people to salvation and heaven. Pray for your friends, that the devil will not be able to fool them, by leading them to the fiery pit with him! 2 Cor. 6:14 tells us, “Don’t be unequally yoked together with unbelievers. And now for more information, read my book, Dying for Love: The Plain Truth about Homosexuality.


What can I do to keep my children from becoming homosexual?

Read my book called, Dying for Love: The Plain Truth about Homosexuality.

Is suicide a sin?

Yes, I believe that it is. Why? Because, Jesus wants a person to give him their life, not take it by killing themselves. When a person wants to kill themselves, usually that means the person has given up the will to deal with their bad situations. Or, you might say, the person does not want to fight their battle any more. They are tired, and cannot see any other way of dealing with their intense pain of life, or of body. Fear, also plays a role in a person’s life in helping them to decide to give up and die. Yes, I too wanted to commit suicide before I became a Christian. Why, because I was emotionally hurting so intensely, that I wanted to be free from the pain, fear, and the loneliness of despair. But thank God, that He had other plans for me, and for all of us! “I shall not die, but live, and declare the works of the Lord!” (Psalms 118:17)

“The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want.” (Psalms 23:1) The Lord is our shepherd, and, He will “fight the battle” for you! He will always give us the strength that we need in order to take us to the next step, one at a time, to victory, healing, and yes, to full restoration of soul and life! Remember, when a person kills their self, well, they find out that their misery does not end. They find, that their miseries are only multiplied. Why? Because, when a person steps out of their body, they are still alive. And whatever state that person was in when they took their life, it will be way, way worse for all eternity. Life is not always easy. But life is just a twinkling, compared to eternity. For more information on this subject, read my book called, Dying for Love: The Plain Truth about Homosexuality.

How do I talk to homosexual people about Jesus?

Just like you would to any human being. But, remember, gay people for the most part, has been very wounded in their spirit. Pray first, that God will give you the right words and compassion to lead that soul to Christ. And, in my book, Dying for Love: The Plain Truth about Homosexuality, I answer this question is depth in chapter 67 called, “Understanding and Ministering to Gays.”


Will God receive me back, even though I’ve backslid?

Yes, He will! 2 Peter 3:9 declares, “The Lord is not willing that any should perish, but that ALL should come to repentance. John 6: 37 also adds this, “Those that come to me, I will in no way cast out. Also, I answer this question in depth in my book, Dying for Love: The Plain Truth about Homosexuality, in chapters 59 called, “The Way Up and Out,” chapter 60 called, “The Joy of Salvation,” and chapter 61 called, “The Dawning of a New Day.”

Can you help me?

Through Jesus Christ, yes, I can help you. First of all, you need to read my book, Dying for Love: The Plain about Homosexuality, and in the back of my book, I have my Address and Contact Information. Reading my book will give you enlightenment, and will help you understand what kind of help you really need. But remember, without Jesus, I can do nothing. (John 15:5)

 

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