Politically retired, God minded. 🙏 Most censored Christian mother in America. Fake news target and stalking survivor. Christ loves you and so do I ❤️ "He who climbs never stops going from beginning to beginning, through beginnings that have no end. He never stops desiring what he already knows." –St. Gregory of Nissa Wifewithapurpose.com
Here is my life story in a nutshell. I have been homosexual my entire life, and other than numerous suicide attempts as a teenager, survived high school in the closet without too many difficulties. My dad died when I was a toddler, and my mother had very strong faith in Jesus Christ which she imparted to me. The University was a completely different environment, were I could be myself. I rejected the Christian faith and decided I wanted to live my life with my own control. Apparently God had different plans because he allowed me to experience a severe motorcycle accident which nearly ended my life. Having gotten my attention, He made it clear in his own unique way that I needed to worship and glorify Him regardless of what other issues I had. Basically He told me that if Paul could live his life with a thorn in the flesh, I could too. So there is where I am today, a gay guy who is struggling with the war between God and Satan, good and evil, and my homosexuality and God's perfection. Once I realized how long eternity really was, I came to the conclusion that I do not want to spend that time apart from God in that place we call Hell. Say which you may, but Hell is not a party zone, in spite of what so many people say they expect it to be. On minds.com I plan to share my thoughts more or less as they appear, and it is not my desire or intention to either put a guilt trip on anyone, or say that I'm better than anyone else. In fact, the only thing I disagree with Paul of Tarsus in the New Testament is that he said he was the greatest of sinners, but Paul never met me! But Paul and I do have something in common and that is a thorn in our side that constantly reminds me that this life is merely boot camp for the next, as it did Paul. And I don't want to screw up boot camp. Too much is riding on it! Forever.
Canadian clinical psychologist, cultural critic, and professor of psychology at the University of Toronto. https://youtube.com/c/jordanpetersonvideos https://jordanbpeterson.com https://jordanbpeterson.com/donate/ https://jordanbpeterson.com/jordan-b-peterson-podcast/