This question reflects the cry of many a soul sin-sick and desperate for relief from the power of sin, its guilt and its shame. In my own personal devotion this morning I was reading in Romans and was particularly struck by the impact of verses 1 and 2:

“I beseech you therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God, that ye present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable unto God, which is your reasonable service. And be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect, will of God.”

The commentary on this text in my Bible is profound. Let me share it with you with insertions in [brackets] to make direct application:

“Man, fallen man, [even the homosexual] may be transformed by the renewing of the mind, so that he can ‘prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect, will of God.’ How does he prove this? By the Holy Spirit taking possession of his mind, spirit, heart, and character. Where does the proving come in? ‘We are made a spectacle unto the world, and to angels, and to men.’ A real work is wrought by the Holy Spirit upon the human character, and its fruits are seen.
“Just as a good tree will bear good fruit, so will the tree that is actually planted in the Lord’s garden produce good fruit unto eternal life. Besetting sins [such as homosexuality] are overcome; evil thoughts [such as fantasizing and lusting] are not allowed in the mind; evil habits [homosexual behavior and activities] are purged from the soul temple. The [homosexual] tendencies which have been biased in a wrong direction are turned in a right direction. Wrong dispositions and feelings are changed, new principles of action supplied, and there is a new standard of character. Holy tempers and sanctified emotions are now the fruit borne upon the Christian tree. An entire transformation has taken place. This is the work to be wrought.
“We see by experience that in our own human strength, resolutions and purposes are of no avail. Must we, then, give up our determined efforts? No; although our experience testifies that we cannot possibly do this work ourselves, help has been laid upon One who is mighty to do it for us. But the only way we can secure the help of God is to put ourselves wholly in His hands, and trust Him to work for us. As we lay hold of Him by faith, He does the work. The believer can only trust. As God works, we can work, trusting in Him and doing His will.”

What more can I say…?

All Power to you!
“Victor”