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Re: Lynn, An answer. Long. deirdrehbrt

Posted by rayww on February 26, 2006, at 8:24:31

In reply to Re: Lynn, An answer. Long., posted by deirdrehbrt on February 25, 2006, at 19:36:14

I read that you are both alcololic and transgendered, each of which could add to the problems associated with the other. I have weaknesses also. All people have their share. The church has a set standard that cannot be broken without causing spiritual damage. In the church we must remain close to God in order for his will to be done through us. It is a fine line but a very protective one, and it is very strong. Any time I give in to my weakness this line becomes weaker and weaker, but when I resist it becomes stronger. I am one who from time to time has tried to live life close to the edge. I can no longer do that and survive. I have learned the hard way what it all means. The principles of righteousness are simple and the same for everyone. You can get carried away on Galatica if you want, but that isn't reality. The church has a sexual standard that gets broken by most, but through repentance and hard will the line can be fixed. We live in the trenches too and are there to help. Yours is a humanity issue that needs support and love. I'm sorry you weren't offered it and that you still suffer. A lot of people suffer in life with a lot of different problems, all of which can be eased and even fixed by this line I speak of, that leads to Jesus.




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