13 Jun Sexless Babies
I read something some days ago that kind of broke my heart and reminded me of how near the end is. It is affecting even our faith and kingdom. In Australia, it has been officially by The NSW Supreme Court “That people do not have to legally specify if they are male or female but could select a third sex category, stating “non specific” on official documents.”
The article read further that in 2011, new passport rules were introduced in Australia that allow residents to identify their gender as male, female or indeterminate.
In the same year, the U.K. Home Office said it was considering scrapping any mention of a person’s sex on passports for the sake of “transsexual equality.”
Also in 2011, it was reported that parents in Canada decided to raise a “genderless baby”—in “a tribute to freedom and choice.”
Kathy Witterick and David Stocker already had two boys, Jazz and Kio, but with their third child, called Storm, they decided to keep the child’s sex a secret.
You can read the whole article here.
What has happened to us? What happened to the sexes we were born with? Why do we want to distort the beautiful us that God has so wisely and carefully created? He was specific in His creation, and He had all the details worked out, given to the specific people, put in their specific places.
So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them. Genesis 1:27
We cannot deny the fact that “someone” brought us all here like I tried to explain briefly here. And I believe that “someone” must be very intelligent to have created such beauty and perfection, too intelligent to make mistakes about the sexes.
Our dissatisfactions with who we are have nothing to do with our sexes but everything to do with trying to live happy without the only one that can give us real joy and happiness. God created us to unite with Him in fellowship and any one who tries to live without Him cannot be truly satisfied, no matter their sex, look or colour.
I find it very heart breaking that a couple would have a child and call their child “sexless”, when God named them male or female. I am not exaggerating when I say that I felt a very painful wrench in my heart when I read this, and I cannot help wondering how God, the creator of this beauty that we are trying so hard to distort might be feeling about all of this.
All believers should see this as a call to prayer for our world, families and friends. Our young ones must not fall for such deceptions.
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