Prayers for LGBT Believers


Most believers, including me, would love to have a LGBT person give his or her life to the Lord and presto! Every LGBT desire would instantly be removed from the person’s life.

Yet, it seldom works that way!

But now God has set the members, each one of them, in the body [of Christ] just as He pleased… In fact, some parts of the body that seem weakest and least important are actually the most necessary. (1 Corinthians 12:18, 23)

My prayer today:

Lord, help the Body of Christ to care for each member as You do because he or she is necessary and if one member suffers, help us all to suffer with them so that there is no division in the Body. (Based on 1 Corinthians 12:25-26)

What do you think and has the Lord spoken to you today?

Join with me on Tuesdays to fast and pray for LGBT believers.


Filed under America, Christianity, Fasting, Gay, Homosexual, Kingdom of God, LGBT, Prayer, Prophecy, spiritual warfare

18 responses to “Prayers for LGBT Believers

  1. Really beautiful prayer, Mr. Larry! Thank you and God bless you!

  2. Debbie,

    Thanks. God bless you.

  3. Amanda

    What a bigot

  4. Amanda,

    Thanks for your comment. God bless you.

  5. Amanda

    The majority agrees

  6. Amanda,

    Thanks. It’s nice to be a part of the majority every once in a while.

  7. Cordelia Phoenix,

    Thanks for your comment. God bless you.

  8. safehavenlgbtq

    Are you an open minded person, sir?

  9. Safehavenlgbtq,

    Am I open minded? I think so.

    I believe Jesus loves and died on the cross for LGBTQ people. I believe there is only one reason people go to Hell and that’s by not accepting Jesus as their Lord and Savior before they die. I believe John 3:16 – “For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life” – is true for all people, including LGBTQs. All it takes for all of us is a simple “yes, Lord” to be changed into a new creation. No one is required to list their sins or do much else other than say “yes, Lord.”

    But I also believe salvation is only the starting line for all of us. After that, it depends on our being changed into the image of Jesus. Once again, this is the same for all of us, whether we are LGBTQs or whatever. If we are not changed and stay the same as when we first give our lives to Jesus, we could end up being the least in the Kingdom of God for eternity (Matthew 5:19). Eternity is a long time to be the least, but it’s better than being the greatest in Hell.

    So, am I open minded? You tell me.

  10. Every LGBT person, including me, would love to give my life to the Lord and presto he tells me I’m loved exactly as I am. To other LGBT people, you are loved. Don’t let this misguided human tell you otherwise. I pray for your conversion of heart. God bless

  11. QueerCultureChats,

    “Every LGBT person, including me, would love to give my life to the Lord and presto he tells me I’m loved exactly as I am.”

    Obviously Jesus knows who you are, what you think, your lifestyle, and yet He stands waiting to tell you how much He loves you. Our problem should never revolve around the most loving, gracious, and forgiving being in the universe: Jesus. He is the answer for all of us. Maybe I am misguided, but He is not!

    Thanks for stopping by and adding your comments. God bless you.

  12. tahnna

    the deal is, i, an lgbt person, gave my soul to the lord for my entire childhood. i was still gay. still am. god didn’t magically cure me. everything would be much easier from then on if he had.

  13. Tahna,

    I met Jesus on the bathroom floor and fell head over heels in love with Him. If He would have asked me to swim the Pacific Ocean, I would have given it my best shot. I am still that much in love with Him today after thirty-two years of walking with Him. There’s never a morning when I don’t get excited about jumping out of bed and spending time with Him.

    Now, that’s the grace of God on my life. I understand that you and others may not have the same experiences in your own lives.

    Here’s my recommendation to you and every LGBT individual. Rather than looking at your life or life style or whatever problems you might be facing, seek to know Jesus. Seek to know Him in a close way. He is wonderful, the kindest, gentlest, most trustworthy, gracious being in the universe. And He is easy to know. All you have to do is seek Him.

    When my daughter was young, she had bad dreams and didn’t want to close her eyes. I told her to just tell the bad dreams to go in Jesus’ name. This one little instruction carried her through her whole life so that she now has a great relationship with the Lord. She learned to trust Him.

    All I can say, He is worth it.

  14. Amanda

    You’re welcome. I don’t believe in or worship a god.

  15. Amanda,

    I’ve been there and done that in my life, too. I was a dedicated agnostic until I met Jesus on May 20, 1985. You can read about my experience here:

  16. Cmlieba

    Hey everyone feel free to follow my blog. Lgbt related topics.

  17. Cmlieba,

    Thanks for stopping by. God bless you.

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