Some minutes ago while scrolling my newsfeed, I came across a transgender, whose name I will withhold.
He has left completely being a man and moved to be a woman, having all the womanly features. Then it made me remember when I was short of understanding, asking God why He didn't make me a male. Don't smile ooo, I hope you were not once in my shoes, or currently, you are.
I don't find anything interesting about being a woman, so I bounced when walking and prefer being in the company of boys, talk like them, and with less worry. But in my nature, deep in my heart, I don't have any manly attributes. Do you get it? I climb trees. Do stunts. Fight wrestling... Thank God e no pass that level before God breathe sense into me.
I asked Him questions about me and He replied to me via His words as written or spoken through His sons and daughters. Then, identity wasn't misplaced again.
This #transgender I mentioned earlier on now has more followers than when he was a male. Exposure of the sacrifice is what's hot in the street. It's now about "who open pass and open best" and mental health is no longer stable.
Because you are ignorant of who your priest is that's why anyone can tread into your temple courts and make sacrilege of it.
Because you are ignorant of the powers your temple wield and the utterances you make from it, that's why you treat YOU with dishonor and disregard.
If any man should come near you, it shouldn't repel them away from God and near to the flesh, it should be the other way round. What sacrifices are burnt on your altar?
Check your thoughts.
Check your dressing.
Check your words.
You can't bring a good-looking, tasty Pounded yam and efo riro with assorted in a tray that's not covered and present it to the governor of your state, will you?
So how easy is it to cover a meal but expose yourself? If you expose the food, it can cause food contamination and poisoning. Same as you similarly.
You were not made to satisfy a man's libido.
You were not made to use yourself as a donor of free gift.
You were not made to use yourself for trade and barter. You were made for more.