Hi guys. So throughout this blog I feel like I've had a lot of things I've gone through and a lot of questions both answered and unanswered - I still have a lot of unanswered questions but don't we all? - and I feel like one of the biggest questions that's been a constant basically is: what is my faith? What do I believe in?
Well, after going to Young Life camp again this year, I think I've found an answer. I think.
I have decided I'm going to give a relationship with God a chance. I have been praying a lot recently and I have started noticing God in a lot of things I do now.
Yes I'm still asexual and biromantic, yes I still believe in evolution, and no I don't believe that my biromanticism is a sin. Even before I accepted God into my life I had read a lot of interpretations of the bible by LGBT+ Christians and those are the interpretations I believe.
It's okay if you don't agree with me/my religion, it's okay if you don't agree with evolution being real. I don't mind either of those things. But I wanted to make this post on here because I feel like LJ is where I first started posting about figuring out my faith and I wanted things to like, come full circle if that makes sense.
I'm still not 100% sure what this entails, and I'm a little bit scared still because a lot of conservatives over the years have ruined my view of Christianity, BUT I am going to try this and I'm sure God will lead me to the correct answer for things. I have two LGBT+ Christian friends in my life and I'm thankful God led me to them to show me that God is not spelled GOP, like a bumper sticker I saw once said.
So yes, I believe in God. It's a little scary but it also makes me very happy and I'm so glad to be able to finally be able to say it and really mean it. :)