I, like everyone else on this planet, am full of sin. So when it’s time to choose who I judge and cast aside because of their sin, I’m careful. First, the bible said it’s sinful to judge. Second, if I’m going to go again the word, I want to make sure it’s worth the punishment.
I choose not to judge or ostracize our non-binary family. They aren’t hurting me or anyone I know. So what if they love someone of the same or different sex. Not my problem. Their choices of who they love do not make victims of others.
Do you know what makes victims of others? Sex offenders, animal and human abusers of all kinds, serial killers, and just plain evil people. However, these very people are given excuses and second chances for redemption while the LGBT community is being treated poorly. Interesting.
At the end of the day, you don’t have to be part of the LGBT community to support their right to be treated with respect and dignity. You don’t have to understand their choices to understand that it’s their choice and they have the right to choices just as we have the right to make ours.
Before making judgments on someone else’s sin, reflect on your sin and remove the log out of your eye first. If they aren’t hurting your and yours let them be.