Question: “How can a lesbian fall out of love with another lesbian?”
Reply: By truly falling in love with Jesus Christ, your Creator and Re-Creator, your Sustainer in life, your Savior from sin, your Substitute in the wages of sin (death), your Redeemer, your Advocate in the Judgment, your Friend Who wants to be your Companion and Confidante for now and for all eternity, the One Who promises to work within you to will and to do of His good pleasure, (if you will but submit to His lordship in your life), the One Whose plan for your life far exceeds anything you can even imagine for yourself.
Jesus loves you unconditionally with an infinite, incomprehensible love. However, His acceptance of the lesbian, or the gay, or any other sinner is not unconditional. It is conditional upon the entire surrender of the will to Him. (Have you ever done a study on “If…, Then…” in the Bible?) His work in you goes far beyond love, even beyond acceptance, for He wants to transform your life into nobility and purity, like that of His own.
“Be ye transformed,” the apostle Paul says, “by the renewing of your mind.” (Romans 12:2)
“If any man (person) be in Christ, he (she) is a new creature ( a new creation): old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new.” (2 Corinthians 5:17)
This promise assures us that a genuine conversion results in new motives, new tastes, and new tendencies, though it is a process, of course. When one is truly born again, he (she) can overcome every inherited and cultivated tendency to wrong.
When Jesus says, “My grace is sufficient for you…” we need to make sure we understand the definition of “grace” as it is given in the Greek dictionary: Grace is the divine influence working upon the heart and reflecting in the life.
In other words, Grace is the transforming power of God. It is not a license to continue in sin, (sin being the transgression of the law of God. See 1 John 3:4)
This is just a sampling of the information I share on my web site to assist gays and lesbians in their endeavors to live in harmony with Biblical principles. I hope this is helpful to you and invite you to spend time going through this material which has been posted especially for you…
By the way, in my book I chronicle my own experience of ending my long term “lover” relationship in exchange for accepting Jesus Christ. I have to tell you that it was the most traumatic experience in my life, for I truly was in love with my partner. I continued to love him, but I loved Jesus more and made the tough decision to follow Jesus and end my gay “lover” relationship which I knew to be out of sync with God’s ideal for my life. And my new life has proven to be just what I stated above — far more than I could ever have imagined for myself. I truly believe that “Father knows best.”
All Power to you, my friend!