If an alcoholic addresses an Alcoholic Anonymous meeting, saying, “I am an alcoholic, but have not touched alcohol for many years,” he or she is accepted and belongs to that group (even while struggling with alcoholism). If a homosexual addresses Christians, saying, “I am a homosexual; but by the grace of God I am living for Christ,” he or she deserves to be accepted and have a full sense of belonging. Acceptance and support for those struggling with homosexuality means that vulgarity and belittling of homosexuals should not be part of our conduct. If you find yourself rejoicing when something bad happens to a homosexual, or you have feelings of anger/hatred toward them, then you have a problem.
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