Note: This is post is does not feature exegesis of any biblical text nor hermeneutics of any sort, so if you're looking for those, you can stop right here.
 During cell group
As my cell leader talked about not putting God in a box, I thought about myself. Could it be that God wanted to accept myself for who I was and how I was created, even if that meant embracing the gay?
Am I putting God in the box by suppressing that side of me?
I don't know.
 At a service
We sang a song with lyrics that went,
"For we have been redeemed,
And we have been set free."
I have been set free. So why do I feel so tied up on the inside? Why am I not celebrating the freedom God has given to me? Why am I hiding and not coming out since that I've been set free and am free indeed?
 As I listen to the song "Nothing is Impossible"
Could it be that nothing is truly impossible with God? Could I enter into a same-sex, celibate relationship and see that bearing fruit and be blessed by God?
I'm not sure.
 After I came out to a pastor
He advised me to meditate on Matthew 7:7-12 which goes: