Nathan Gunter wrote in the Oklahoma Gazette a few weeks ago a note on why 19-year-old, homosexual victim Zach Harrington committed suicide & -why Zach’s fellow homosexual youngsters should not saying (in the article’s title & the article’s last line) “It gets better.”
I agree with Josh Reynolds, a heterosexual man who wrote in a response-letter that “by embracing your homosexuality, it may indeed get better … but only temporarily.” I can’t say whether the goodness goes on longer if you embrace your heterosexuality either (although the fruit of that tree is much-more verdant).
I won’t say I know what Gunter’s- or Reynolds’ point is, but my point is ‘as you sow, so do you go.’ That’s a summarization of Jesus Christ’s “where your treasure is, there will your heart be”-if you sow your seed/treasure in death, death will find a home in your heart; if you sow your seed in life, life will carry you through the ages.
In realistic terms, what you ‘obsess over’ in life will be what you are known for after your life. If you are a singer whose songs are all related to homosexuality (whether it’s ‘your’ homosexuality or just homosexuality in general), you will be known as ‘a homo-singer.’ If you are a writer who writes about how to find the living Jesus Christ today, you will be known as a ‘Jesus-seeking writer.’
Sexuality-though it is a part of life-should only be one’s focus so much as ‘using the restroom’ should be one’s focus-it’s an answer to ‘the call of nature’; but it doesn’t really aid the general public, which is why you never-ever mention it!