Child dating gay parent
Ask him if it’s okay to just press “pause” for a day as you think it through.
Fourth, when you do start speaking on a deeper level, begin by sharing with him how you also are broken in your own sexuality. Tell him that you’re asking them to help you both to understand this better.
Rather I’d want him to see himself as creature made in God’s image, a man with many parts to his identity, a person with many gifts, a son with a diverse character and personality, one part of which, at least for the moment, is to have a homosexual desires.
I would want her to know nothing could separate her from the love of God in Christ.
Perhaps ask him if he’d be willing to discuss certain Bible passages with you.
Seventh, I’d encourage the son not to see himself as a homosexual, not to define himself by his sexuality.
Emphasize that you have had your own struggles with sex and many failings, but that you also take your sexual brokenness to a forgiving God who cleanses from sin, sometimes take away the temptation, and other times gives the grace to resist the urgings (1 Cor. Some questions might be: Sixth, if your son agrees that homosexuality is sinful, and he wants to have victory over these temptations, then there are many Gospel promises you can encourage him with.
Having our sins forgiven and our consciences cleansed of guilt is THE most powerful force in the world for battling temptation. However, if he says that he believes homosexuality to be okay and he’s decided to pursue it, then while assuring him of your continued love and care, you must lovingly warn him of the spiritual and physical dangers of homosexuality.