In this era of gender politics, there are two sides to this consensus. As a Christ follower, the blog author echoes my own sentiments. Even if one may not agree with what they do. We definitely need more real love like this especially right now, in today’s world.
Honestly, when it comes to coming out- it’s always a nerve-wrecking affair, no matter to whom. Coming out can mean potentially losing friends, and that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
As someone who professes Christ Jesus as their Lord and Saviour, the least we could do is to walk through life with them and just be there for them, without condemnation. And not get all cringey on the inside with whatever they’re dealing with.
The other day, Zac and I went into a retail store and were greeted by an associate.
I soon recognized the associate as someone I used to go to church with years ago. Someone close to my age, who I had shared many years sitting next to in our small little church.
But, he had changed.
He was now a she.
I could tell my friend recognized me, but didn’t think I would recognize them. They helped me around the store and their hands were shaking almost uncontrollably the entire time.
I knew why.
They were afraid.
Afraid of what I might say if I caught onto who they were.
Afraid of seeing the shocked Christian look of horror on my face.
Afraid of my judgement or God knows what Bible verses I just might hurl at them.
Afraid of being shamed.
And it BROKE MY HEART.
I decided to…
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