To a Homosexual Christian
The following revelation was given to a homosexual Christian struggling to understand and be healed from his homosexuality. Though the counsel given was specifically for him and his personal approach to the problem, much of it is of general value to Christian homosexuals seeking to be free of their condition and be wholly right with God. The revelation was originally a part of the "New Olive Leaf I" [Oppsal, Oslo, Norway].
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1. And now I speak unto the unhealed Christian homosexual who groaneth within his soul and supposeth that it is My will that he abide in Hades.
2. Behold, My son, thou shalt wander from sea to sea, and from the north even to the east, and thou shalt run to and fro to seek words of understanding, but thou shalt not find them.
3. And thou shalt faint and thirst even as thou doest now, saying: "There is no marrow in my bones, and my hopes are dashed. Wherefore, let the rocks cover me, and let my name be known no more."
4. Salvation cometh throught faith, and to this end were the children of men placed in this sphere.
5. For it is not given to man to under- stand all things, nor to always have thekey to open the veil of the past, save I, the Lord, will it.
Slay Pride and Stubbornness
6. But it is given unto man to slay his pride and crucify his stubbornness, becoming meek and lowly as a little child, without guile or hypocrisy, enduring pain and suffering, that I might create him anew as a little child.
7. Do not suppose that thy healing will come through a knowledge of principles and lives1.
8. Every man must learn his own way of salvation in Me, for none are alike, and all must walk in their own tracks.
9. Thou hast supposed that thy great enemy was thy homosexuality, that which hath stretched thine heart nigh unto death;
10. But this is not so, for the enemy within thee is thy pride and stubbornness2.
Be Broken-Hearted and Contrite
11. Verily, verily, I say unto thee; when thou hast put to death thy pride and stubbornness on My Cross, and art broken-hearted and contrite, neither resisting nor fighting against Me in any degree, then thy homosexuality shall be taken away.
12. Thou knowest it not, but thy homosexuality is thy salvation, [forcing thee to be humble], for in thy greatness thou wouldst be puffed up and destroy thyself;
13. Thou hast only seen the dislocated hip of Jacob and not the greater enemy which even now seeketh to destroy thee.
Serve the Kingdom
14. Therefore return unto thy labours and cease to murmur and complain against Me.
15. In thy foolishness and arrogance thou supposedest thou knewest My thoughts and My heart towards thee, and have declared that which I, the Lord, never said.
Repent and Lose Yourself
16. Repent and humble thyself, and give of thyself unto others, even as I have commanded thee in days gone by, for it is only in losing thyself that thou wilt find thyself and be healed (Mt.16:25).
17. Thou shalt no longer meditate on homosexuality but give thyself over for the Kingdom, giving but expecting nothing, even as I have already spoken.
18. And behold, if thou wilt do this, I shall multiply My love within thee, and transform thee into an angel of Light, and give unto thee a right mind and a right heart.
19. Cease to complain against Me; multiply thy good works to the glory of the Father through His abundant grace.
20. This is the Word of the Lord and I excuse not Myself in any degree.
21. I love thee and am with thee. Therefore go thy way and sin no more. Amen (Jn.5:14; 8:11).
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