What This Means:It means that I love God more than anyone and that I try my hardest to make as many Christ-like decisions as I can each day. No, I never have a perfect day, it's impossible, but if I do everything I do ba
I'm not a Christian that will judge you, so feel free to be as gay as you want in front of me, because God doesn't hate you, why the heck should I? I wish a lot of other Christians would see it that way, it would save a lot of trouble between me and them. I'm a Christian that likes to have a good time, joke around, even with God, because he's my best friend and I can say things that others would think is a little off the Christian beaten path and he just rolls his eyes at me.
I don't just read the bible, I read it over again, and I study things behind it sometimes if I have questions, which I always do. Let's face it, the bible is full of contradiction so if you don't research it then you're missing out. I also go to church, but just once a week, at which time I rock out to all the new style hymns as the band plays, daydreaming at times that I was on stage with a kick-butt guitar solo.
I have a direction, although I may not always follow it, as it's easy to tend to wander off for me, but my man knows this about me, which is why He shows me constant reassurance most days that He's there and has my back, telling me not to stray and get lost again. If I do, then I did it because I chose to and not because the devil made me do it, although the devil is fairly influential. But when I return from my unplanned journey through hell, my God is always waiting for me, He knows I always come back, He knows there are a handful of people that I love just that much to keep coming back to, and He's my number one.
Being a Christian means I sometimes have to stand up for loving God, it also means I have to stand up to other people who love God too, but forget to love other people, but that's okay, because I will always proclaim my love for Him. It's not the easiest relationship to have, in fact, it's probably the most difficult relationship I've ever know, but I believe it's worth it.