On the Subject of Homosexuality

The gay rights movement has gained a great deal of traction and attention in recent years, particularly gay marriage. Who can forget the image of the White House during the Obama administration lit up in the colors of the rainbow. Because of all the publicity, most Americans way overestimate the number of people who identify as LGBT, which is currently reported as under 4%. Click here to read more.

Nevertheless, the whole LGBTQ topic is not going away, and with the new Trump/Pence presidential administration, there is much fear that gay rights will be taken away, or that “deprogramming” will be forced onto gays. An acquaintance who has a gay brother told me, “It’s not a choice. I know, I have a gay brother.” I agree it’s not a choice. It’s a compulsion, a drive or a pressure that is felt by the person to seek physical love and sexual encounters with people of their own gender. Other people will say, “She or he was born that way.” And that may be absolutely true, no argument here.

But the question is, if less than 4% of the population has these feelings, then it’s not normal – normal defined by Webster as, “conforming to a type, standard, or regular pattern”. So what makes this 4% subset feel the way they feel? Undoubtedly many of them struggle with this – and suicide, which is also not normal, and the LGBT community is at greater risk than average. Click here to read more about this.

Before I go on, let me say this article is written in love, not in hate. People who hate and bully LGBT people are not of God, for God is love. Our heavenly Father says in Jeremiah 29:11:

11 For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, says the Lord, thoughts of peace and not of evil, to give you a future and a hope. 12 Then you will call upon Me and go and pray to Me, and I will listen to you. 13 And you will seek Me and find Me, when you search for Me with all your heart. 14 I will be found by you, says the Lord, and I will bring you back from your captivity…..

He is saying here He thinks thoughts of peace to gays, not of evil – He wants to give them a future and a hope. He also says if they will pray to Him and seek Him with their whole heart, He will listen to them and bring them back from their captivity – possibly a captivity to this lifestyle, which many of them may truly not want, but feel compelled to live, to be “true” to themselves.

In the Bible God clearly created the male with certain body parts and the female with certain body parts so that they would fit together like pieces of a jigsaw puzzle (sorry for the visual). When two men or two women get together, clearly they have to make adjustments because they don’t have all the right pieces. Do they not wonder, why if I feel this way, do the parts not fit like a man and a woman?

So, if we have agreed that LGBT people were born this way, and have an intrinsic drive to be “different”, what is causing this aberration from the rest of “normal” society? (And I use this loosely, but hopefully you are getting my meaning.) One theory is that early childhood molestation and sexual abuse creates a trauma in the soul of the child so severe that it derails their normal sexual development. Here is one webpage about this – click here. And as we know from other writings on this website, soul wounds and trauma are an open door for demons to enter.

We believe the answer to this conundrum of “why” lies in the spiritual realm. Human beings are composed of body, soul and spirit, and the soul being defined as the mind, will and emotions. When a trauma occurs to us, small or large, our souls are vulnerable to a demonic infestation – thus the compulsions and drivenness that we sometimes cannot control no matter how hard we try. We still “feel” that way. Also, as we know from other articles on this site, unconfessed sins and curses from our ancestors can come down the family line upon us.

In our ministry, we have found that the high ranking spirit of Jezebel and all her goddesses are responsible for the torment of homosexuals, and I am mainly talking to men and women who do not WISH to be gay. (For those who want to be gay and like the lifestyle, this article is not for you anyway.)

One time Mitsi was ministering to a Christian man who had a wife and children but was tormented by gay desires. It just so happened that her new book called “Jezebel and the Goddesses” had just come into print, and she showed him the book. Suddenly, he pointed to the book and said, “All of those are in me.” A demon manifested and revealed the cause of this man’s homosexual feelings. Mitsi ministered to him by casting out all the spirits and goddesses under Jezebel and lastly, Jezebel herself. As far as we know to this day, this man is still free.

One interesting thing to note is that this man was in the armed forces and there was a coven of gay warlocks in his division that were performing witchcraft to strengthen those gay feelings in him to get him to join them. (That’s one thing Jezebel does is to break up marriages.) So somehow, these warlocks knew in the spirit realm that he was gay. We have also found in ministry that women who are raped have a demon in them that attracts the rapist – perhaps there is an inherited demon in children who attracts the sexual abusers and molesters.

Whatever the case may be, the most likely answers to the homosexual issue lie in the spirit realm, and there is deliverance for those who will turn to their Creator with their whole hearts (II Chronicles 16:9). For those who don’t, gay or not, there will be judgment (I Cor. 6:9). But as long as you are still living and breathing, you can turn from your ways and choose God, and He will be there ready to take you in His arms and help you.

Jesus spoke a great deal about “overcoming” or being “victorious” in Revelations 2-3. It is good to review these passages. We have to fight the enemy and be overcomers in order to receive our eternal life and rewards.

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