STOP Being Defined By The Wrong Things.

I’m sick of homosexuality.

I’m so tired of reading the synopsis of a book (the title of which intrigued me), only to find out that the main girl falls in love with another girl. I feel nauseated at seeing photos with two guys kissing each other. I’m so tired of having to discuss not doing wedding photoshoots with fellow photographers, only because I don’t want to get involved with a homosexual wedding and the mess it would make…

And you know what else I am so sick of? Transgender.

Even Dr. Paul McHugh, a distinguished service professor at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, says:

Transgendered men do not become women, nor do transgendered women become men. All become feminized men or masculinized women, counterfeits or impersonators of the sex with which they ‘identify.’ In that lies their problematic future.”

I don’t care who you are and what you believe. I know that there is a God above, and He ordained your gender and decided whether you were a girl or you were a boy, the moment you were conceived. God has never given us the choice of deciding our own gender. He created us. As it says in Psalms 139:

“For You created my inmost being; You knit me together in my mother’s womb. I will praise You, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made; Your works are wonderful, I know that full well.”

Psalms 139:13-14

Transgenderism is a result of dissatisfaction. And that’s that. Don’t tell me it isn’t, because it is. If you dig down deep and ask, Why. Why did you “feel” like you were really a boy, when you were born a girl? And it all goes back to dissatisfaction.

If we would only learn to be content…Content with where God has put us; content with what gender we were born with; content with OUR identity, and not anyone else’s.

When we base our identity and our gender off of what WE want and not off of what God desires and how He created us, we are throwing out everything away that He gave us and saying, “This is the way I want it. I don’t care how You made me. This is how I should have been made.”

To change the gender which God gave you; the gender you were conceived with…. is to try to erase your own life. Because to undo what God has already done, is like wishing you were never born.

You cannot undo what He has ordained. You cannot unplan today, what He had already planned, thousands of years ago.

Now back onto my ranting, of homosexuality.

Yes. Homosexuality has been a thing, for thousands of years… But that doesn’t make it right.

Yes. People feel a “desire” to have a sexual relationship with someone of the same gender… But since when did feelings and desires, characterize us? Since when did we let our own emotions, define who we are?

So, so many people today say, “I have control over who I am. I get to decide what’s right and what’s wrong. I am free to choose and think what I want.”

And yet, here they are. Feeding off the lies that emotions define character.

Emotions are very powerful. They are a huge part of who we are.

But they do not define us.

Women weren’t meant to marry women. Men were not meant to marry men. If God wanted it that way, He would have created one gender.

Families are built with one woman and one man. You need both. Men are not better than women and women aren’t better than men. We are all human. Just a little different in our own ways.

Genesis 2:18 says (referring to Adam, in the Garden of Eden):

 The LORD God said, “It is not good for the man to be alone. I will make a helper suitable for him.”

If another man had been the right fit for Adam, God would have created another man. But He didn’t. He created a whole ‘nother gender, which we call, Woman.

Let’s look at another Bible verse (Jesus referring back to Genesis, here).

And said, ‘For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife, and the two will become one flesh’? So they are no longer two, but one flesh. Therefore what God has joined together, let no one separate.”

Matthew 19:5-6

How more clear does this need to be…“Therefore what God has joined together, let no one separate…” It says, right there. Man and woman were meant for each other. Not men for men, not women for women. But two opposite genders, brought together, to love each other in only the way opposite genders can.

We cannot, in good conscience, say that homosexuality is right. God never said it was (in fact, He openly spoke against it…See Bible verses Romans 1:27, Leviticus 20:13, 1 Corinthians 6:9, to get you started…).

Men were made to be romantic with women. And women were made to be romantic with men. It’s as simple as that.

Anyways.

There’s my long rant, for the day. I’m sorry if I offended anyone, but these are my beliefs and I will stick true to them. If you want to debate, then contact me, via my contact page. And. NOTE: I absolutely do not hate homosexuals or transgenders. I may hate the act, but I do not hate them as people. I love them like anyone else. Read my thoughts on that, here.

Thanks for reading. Carpe Diem!

-Keziah ❤

27 thoughts on “STOP Being Defined By The Wrong Things.”

  1. “To change the gender which God gave you; the gender you were conceived with…. is to try to erase your own life. Because to undo what God has already done, is like wishing you were never born.
    You cannot undo what He has ordained. You cannot unplan today, what He had already planned, thousands of years ago.”

    Very interesting and thoughtful Keziah. This topic is touched on quite infrequently. I don’t particularly have any strong feeling towards homosexuals or transgender people. Of course, I am straight and identify completely with being female and wouldn’t have it another way. I’m very thankful that I don’t have this gender confusion. Very clearly, these people are affected to the core. They don’t recognise their innermost selves and that would be devastating. We’re all familiar with that niggling feeling where something isn’t right but isn’t so outwardly obvious that we could pinpoint it. I guess I just imagine their frustration. They genuinely feel that they’re living in a body that isn’t theirs. Trapped in it. Thank God I am not in that position.

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    1. Right… I do think that it is just another form of discontentment (like I mentioned)… People wanting to be different; feeling they were meant to be, and giving into that.
      Thanks for reading and sharing your thoughts! I appreciate it.

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  2. Way to be bold, Keziah! Thank you for speaking out on this subject!

    We are His workmanship created in Christ Jesus for good works, that God has prepared beforehand that we should walk in them. Ephesians 2:10

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  3. Yes! This is great! You said and supported all of your claims so well. To be honest, it almost felt a little shocking to me at first because you started right out with saying how sick you are of homosexuality. But then I remembered, hey, I am too. And this needs to be said. Sin is still sin even if a lot of people glorify it and pretend it’s not. Great post!! 😊✝️

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  4. Way to go, Keziah! I totally agree with you!
    God made us to be who we are, not someone else. Whether that means gender, popularity, skin color, or whatever else, God created us to be us, not someone else!
    Thank you for sharing what was on your mind!
    -Haley

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  5. No need to debate this; well said Keziah. We pray for the Lord to touch hearts who have gotten into this abomination, for as He has already said in the last days, people will lose their natural affection and try to thwarts His wisdom.

    Thanks for writing this and May the Lord throw more light on your piece. In Jesus Name✨

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  6. Hey Keziah. I think its great that you have the courage to post about this topic. I agree with you but I want to share some of my thoughts on that. Just to clarify, we can totally agree to disagree. I think that homosexual and transgender people are sinning but I think that they should be treated no differently then other people. God says in 1 John 4:7 “…let us love one another, for love comes from God.” We, as Christians, have to love them even if we do not believe what they are doing is right. I also believe that we should not discriminate them. I think people are quick to judge people who are different or believe something different but I think we have to see beyond that. Get to know the person more, be friends with them and just love them. People do not choose to be homosexual or transgender. I think what I am trying to say is that as soon as a person hears someone is transgender or in anyway different they are VERY quick to judge. I think we should all try to get to know the person inside more before judging them.
    Thank you, Keziah! I love your blog and what you post on it. Please do not be offended in anyway by what I said. I just have a lot of thoughts on this.
    Have a good day! ✝️
    Meg

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    1. Hey, thanks so much for your thoughts. I appreciate you reaching out. I should have clarified more (and probably will write a second post, so people know…), but I definitely, absolutely don’t hate homosexuals or transgender people. I hate the sin, but the sin is not what defines a person. And I know this. I know that these people need to be loved like anyone else. We have been told by God to love others. I absolutely in no way, am saying that I don’t love them. I just very much hate the sin. I totally understand what you’re getting at, thanks so much for commenting. I’ve had a couple of other people commenting, and I think I’ll do another post, on that. Thanks again for your thoughts! 🙂 ❤

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