I don’t have one–first off. We have all boys. Love them all too.
T posted something this morning that got me thinking though. See, Mr and I, we have for boys total. We have be blessed with all boys (for now) and with our society changing so much, we always talk about the what if’s. Especially after watching an episode of Parenthood or something similar.
Well, one of our conversations was about what if one off our boys turns out gay. What would we do? How would we react? With our society, we wanted to cover all bases and be prepared for anything. It all came up when a friend’s husband said he would disown their child if they came out gay or anything. I asked Mr and we agreed that if one of kiddos came out gay, and with four boys–well, who knows the odds, we would be accepting. It might be strange or hard to hear at first but, I have always been a firm believer of the Bible where it says no sin is greater than another. Now before you start saying hypocrite, non-believer, or anything similar. I don’t want to hear it.
I’ve made my fair share of mistakes. Some bigger and some smaller according to society. But, in God’s eyes, sin is sin. No matter how big or small. Cheating, stealing, murder, adultery, swearing–they are all equal. So, answer me this, if God is accepting of us, why can’t we be as accepting of others?
I have sworn. I have stolen. I have disobeyed my parents. I’ve done a lot of things I should have done, some things, only God and I will know about.
If people can love me even after all this and be so accepting, what’s the difference?
Read the article for yourself. Do some serious soul searching.