This is an awesome story about a woman named Akilah Brayboy who is an ex-lesbian. She has spoken about how she was fondled at such a young age by a 6-year-old girl, that's how it started. If it okay to be a homosexual, then why was this woman sexually violated at such a young age by another kid? You see, many gays and lesbians have been molested as young children and this is why they grew up to like the same sex, not always, but many times this has happened in many lives of homosexuals. It is time for the black church to allow more ex-gays and ex-lesbians to testify about their deliverance, because it is too many stories coming out about their unhappiness when they were homosexuals. Although, many gay affirming churches support gays and lesbians, there needs to be a place where ex-gays and ex-lesbians can go and tell how God set them free from homosexuality. It is not fair to always hear the testimony of an ex-drug attic or dealer, an ex-pimp or an ex-alcoholic and avoid the testimonies of homosexuals and prostitutes. Therefore, this prejudice in the black church has gone on for too long, it is time for more people like Akilah Brayboy to be able to speak out about what God has done for them.
When AT2W shared the interview about a woman named Precious who was shunned by a popular holiness church in Dallas, after she admitted God saved from homosexuality, it was not only to allow her to release her painful memories, but it was also to encourage the black church to be fair and not prejudice when an ex-gay or an ex-lesbian person wants to freely share what God has done for them in their lives. As the same-sex marriage initiative is trying to be pushed all over America, we are hearing more testimonies of ex-gays and ex-lesbians, regarding how much they were so unhappy in that lifestyle. Therefore, if the white, black or multicultural church desire for law to only favor between one man and one woman like God planned since the beginning of time, then the pastors of those churches need to be fair, plain and simple.
Instead of the pastors of black churches being so afraid and yielding to changing their beliefs to satisfy President Barack Obama and gay affirming ministries, they need to be more concerned about people like Akilah Brayboy who need to share how God saved them from an unhappy life. They need to care more about gays and lesbians who want to change and no longer want to be that way. There needs to be more black churches that reserve time in their services for ex-gays and ex-lesbians to testify about their deliverance. In the black church, there needs to be programs for ex-gays and ex-lesbians and programs for homosexuals coming into the church to learn how to cease from homosexuality. The prejudice against many ex-gays and ex-lesbians need to cease in many black churches, in order for politicians to take Christians more serious when we say it is a sin to be gay and the law needs to abide by God's law and not the law of humanity.
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A Former Lesbian Finds Jesus and a Better Lifestyle"The first time it happened, I was six years old. I was sharing a bed with this person who fondled me in the middle of the night".
CBN.com --““The first time it happened, I was six years old. I was sharing a bed with this person who fondled me in the middle of the night”.
Akilah Brayboy was just 6 years old when another young girl first touched her. “The initial reaction was, ‘What’s going on here?’ I had not been touched in this way before. It felt strange. It felt awkward.”
She didn’t tell her parents but continued to see the girl...Read full article, here.
Source and Video: CBN.com