Sunday, October 10, 2010

Letting Go of my Christian Identity

I think the hardest part of letting Christianity go is that I found an identity there. I was a "person of faith" surrounded by other people of faith. I loved being surrounded by other seekers of truth and God. For so many years, I'd been seeking to belong, somehow. To be a part of something larger. And I found it.

But it turns out that this group only accepts you if you toe the line - but if your honest seeking takes you beyond their boundaries, you're no longer welcome.

Guess I don't want to be where I'm not wanted.

1 comment:

  1. Again, God gives U.S. free-will in our finite existence, thus, what we mortals do with it determines our destiny for eternity, dear.

    Wanna wiseabove to Seventh-Heaven? Follow us...

    You dont love Jesus as you've diss-owned Him; however, repent and believe once moe.

    I know you'll make the RITE descision, dear. Everyone of U.S. has our falls.

    Love you, girl. Im praying for you.