God Is Not Confused And Does Not Make Mistakes – Pastor Adeboye Tells Transgenders
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Pastor E.A Adeboye, the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, has reacted to the growing number of transgenders in the world. The clergyman in a post shared on his Facebook page stated that God is not the author of confusion.
According to him, in the time of creation, God created humans in female and male, yet some people have decided to change their gender as if God did not know what he was doing.
He further noted that God doesn’t make mistakes, while urging that they repent and begin to walk in the path of righteousness again.
“Our God is the God of distinction; He is not an author of confusion. A man chooses to be confused when he does not want to do the right thing as ordered by God and so pretends that he does not know what God wants from him.
“When God creates, He does so with precision and purpose. He created lights for a purpose and darkness for another.
“God, in his infinite wisdom, created mankind as male and female, yet some people feel the need to change their gender as though He did not know what He was doing when He created them!
“God does not make mistakes. Our God is the perfect God of distinction. He created the day for work and the night to rest. If for any reason we do not rest in one night, the following day should compensate for the loss of rest.
“Failure to observe rest produces stress, sickness and ultimately death. Little wonder life expectancy in the last fifty years has been on the decline. Achievements that should normally have taken forty years to accomplish are realised in fewer than thirty, at the price of dying earlier. The God of distinction says in His word.
“A lot of people have mixed many profane things with the sacred. The God of distinction will never lower His standards. It is our duty to live up to His standards. “Look into your life and see where you have compromised your values as a Christian. Repent and begin to walk in the path of righteousness again,” he wrote.