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Bishop Harry Jackson’s address at the Ex-Gay Awareness Dinner

December 12, 2013 By: Tom Coy Category: Ex-gay News, Religious Perspective

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The following excerpt is from the article “Bishop Harry Jackson Shares Story of Survival at Ex-Gay Awareness Event” written by Tyler O’Neil and published on the Christian Post website: “… ‘Your sins may be different than mine, but at the end of the day we’ve got to go to the same cross and get the same blood, and if we don’t go that way, whatever temporary victory we think we have will soon erode before our eyes,’ declared Jackson, senior pastor of Hope Christian Church in Beltsville, Md. and chairman of the High Impact Leadership Coalition.”

“Ex-Gays, those who once proclaimed themselves homosexual and lived the gay lifestyle but have turned from it to follow Jesus’ plan, need to rededicate themselves to Christ, said Jackson at the first annual event. He argued that those who secretly struggle with same-sex attraction need not fear – they can overcome it with the power of Christ. Echoing the words of the Apostle Paul, he said ‘Lord, I stand in weakness, but You stand in power!’ …”