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Our Bible-believing, Jesus-following, gay-affirming FREE Bible studies and spiritual growth resources help you grow in grace and knowledge of God as an authentic disciple of Jesus. Life is too short to fake it. We encourage you to read, study and believe your Bible. Our goal is to help you know the Bible better than the people who use it to attack you. Live like the Berean Christians who,
“searched the scriptures daily whether
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and peace of mind for us when we believe what He says in the Bible. The most important question to answer right now is: Am I sure I am saved? Many gays are cultural Christians instead of born again Christians. They grew up in church or they are religious or spiritual. They try to do the right thing but they've never personally received Jesus Christ as their Savior from sin.
The best preparation for being a disciple of Jesus is to know for sure you are saved. Everyone needs to be saved from sin and hell and the wrath of God. Here is what Jesus taught about hell and God's wrath.
Getting saved and becoming a disciple of Jesus means not trusting your good works, confirmation, baptism, sacraments, being a cultural Christian or grace allegedly infused through a church, instead, trusting by grace alone through faith alone in the Lord Jesus Christ alone to save you.
Once you know for sure you are saved, it helps to understand what happens when you get saved.
Once you understand what happens when you get saved, it helps to understand how long you are saved for. Is your salvation temporary or eternal?
Yes, joy and peace are available when you believe God's truth instead of man's lies. Who you choose to believe determines your peace and happiness. If you believe the haters, you'll never have peace. If you believe God and the Bible, your life can be a peaceful oasis in a sometimes crazy world. God loves you with an everlasting love!
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Jun 13, 21 09:39 AM
Romans 1, in historical context, is about ancient Roman fertility goddess worshipers who engaged in shrine prostitution to worship Cybele, not gays and lesbians.
Jun 07, 21 05:56 PM
Gay Christian 101 - Presenting accurate biblical and historical info defending LGBT Christians from those who rip verses out of context to condemn.
Jan 19, 21 03:07 PM
Arsenokoites is rarely, if ever, used in antiquity, to describe homosexuality. The Greek language had other words for that.