God cannot save the crossdresser

This week I feel the Holy Spirit moving in me to share what’s on my heart about His son, and His love for us. Before I do so, I want to let you know about a wonderful blog I just discovered this evening called First Born Son. The author Omar is wonderfully in touch with the word of God, and the intentions of Jesus and shares his thoughts in a well written and often humorous manner.

The crossdresser is doomed

God cannot save her. In response to my recent post on why do men cross dress, Katie shared some of her thoughts about verses in the Bible that perhaps shouldn’t be taken at face value. It’s worth a read, and as you’ll see, verses such as Lev 1:9, Lev 15:19-24, Lev 25:44, Lev 11:10 and Lev 19:27 clearly demonstrate that there are parts of the Bible that are not directly applicable in the modern context. The verses vilify seafood, allow slavery and command against a good haircut.

Swimming within a sea of verses specific to the culture and society of the times, we encounter Deuteronomy 22:5 – the Christian Crossdressers kryptonite (try saying that three times fast!). The church doesn’t seem to have a problem dismissing all the verses in Leviticus, yet for some reason holds on to the verse against crossdressing. Strange. Who got to decide?

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I digress though, I did not mean to

Lament about Christianity and Crossdressing

I’ve come to realize that no matter how long you stray from God, He is there waiting for you. I found it amazing, as I read through my Bible this evening how close I felt to God. It had been a while, and I’ve been going through some struggles reconciling my support for a church that has different political beliefs. Like a rush of water, or a warm ray of sunshine I could feel my heart drawing closer to God as I immersed myself in His word.

God’s word is more than just a book – it is a living and ever adapting expression of His will for us and His love. Tonight I am encouraged, because I know that in the grand scheme of things

God will not disown me for cross-dressing

Try Him. Spent some time searching for Him and He will show up. There is nothing like His presence to still a frantic heart, to bring rest to a weary soul.

May the weekend be filled with love for all of you.

 

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Have read the KJV thru cover to cover 50 times and working on 51 now. Hope to have read it cover to cover as many times as I am old when I die. Notice over the years it is true you can use the Bible to teach anything you want it to teach. That is why we have so many flavors of religion where one religion says one thing and another religion can say another thing…none agree on much of anything except … if you act like me…talk like me…think like me…dress like me…you are okay. God does not save… Read more »

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Wow i liked that

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Great topic I read deut 22:5 and it says what it says Everything else is a man made interpretation Deut is a covenant made with God for Israel, hence we can eat shellfish pork etc and NT backs this up eg. everything prayed for can be eaten. New Testament Jesus fulfills the Law Eg men should not be effeminate However if women can wear pants Then men can wear dresses and skirts If they are made for them Hmm this is getting tricky I m sure (but my opinion) God doesnt want deception. So are you or me trying to… Read more »

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As an ordained clergy with four degrees in religious studies I may be of some help here. First, the Tanaka or Old Testament is not our book. There is no need to pretend that we can find Jesus in most of the Old Testament, the exception is the last few chapters of Isaiah. Those passages in Leviticus are reactions to the way the neighbors of Israel were living and the response created rigid boundaries between them and us. Paul is a commentator upon the story of Jesus but he is not our Savior. It is wrong to elevate Paul to… Read more »

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Will I go to hell for crossdressing

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I think God will ask us What did you do with your gift from Jesus when the day comes when we meet..not what clothes did you wear while you were on earth..Just as he wont ask did you believe that world was really created in 6 days and that He actually ever rested..How did all the time you spend pondering that build My kingdom.

The bible condemns sexual immorality, in those days that was any sex outside of marriage.

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