You are fearfully and wonderfully made, no matter the clothes you wear

Psalms 139:13-14 says, ‘For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother’s womb. I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well.’

The video below touched me, and reminded me again that God made us in all His love and power. As someone once put it, ‘God don’t make no junk.’

Never let anyone tell you that God doesn’t love you because of who you are. Jesus died for everyone, not just those who lived up to societies image of ‘normal’.

Never let yourself feel unloved. God knows your pain. He knows your struggle. When you’re saddened by who you are, His heart breaks. He made you with a purpose for this time in history.

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I’m passionate about creating a safe space for everyone in the transgender community to find laughter and friendship on their journey. I completed my physical transition in 2011 and through it I lost everything, and gained everything. I am blessed that I was forced to gaze inward and embark on the journey to discover and live my authentic self. My deepest wish is that all who wander here may find peace, happiness and freedom.

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Robert Charlton
Robert Charlton
13 years ago

I concur with what you have said in relation to psalms 139:13,14. I would like to add upon this. I believe that God is neither male or female. I believe God is a mixture of both. Some of us have been blessed with these same attributes. The package God wrapped me may be that of a male, but it what God placed inside the package that has made me whole. I have a number of feminine qualities as well as those of a male. I express both in manner of dress as well jestures. Although most times it is my… Read more »

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Peggy Ann Culpepper
5 years ago

AMEN to all of the above. I was raised in the Bible Belt of the Deep South during the 40’s and 50’s and was exposed to Sunday School And the feeling that i was unworthy because of the feelings i had about wanting to be dressed as a girl, but I never lost the feeling that GOD loved me And he proved this by letting his only Son die so that I may live and be the ME that i am here on earth and in the hereafter, AMEN.

Deanna Lund
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4 years ago

Vanessa, The ways in which CDH is constantly surprising me are too numerous to mention in this limited space however this article is certainly one of them. I was raised in southern baptist churches and got to a point in my adult life when I felt things I was being told were overly superficial, so, being the obsessive/compulsive person I am I started reading books on my own. This led me for a time to be working on a masters of theology at Luther Rice University. At about the same time I had an epiphany that much of the fundamental… Read more »

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Kara Sumtymes
3 years ago

W0W,, this subject is quite old & figures I am new to the website & I came to see this article I am a Christian &,,,, well,,, I also happen to,,, Cross dress / I am a transvestite. something that,,, I have NEVER kept a secret from,,, GOD+++ / JESUS even tho HE knows of this,, but I felt it to still talk to HIM about it because that’s what you/ (Me) do when you’re in a relationship with someone / GOD this subject certainly is really a BIG debate not only spiritual but,,, otherwise to. So??? What to do?… Read more »

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