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Father God, Creator of us all, we pray for a resurgence of understanding that we are made in Your image, for Your glory.

. . . Trans (has become) trendy, especially among the young. The rate of self-identification with the opposite gender, or no gender, has mushroomed among school-age children. According to an extensive survey conducted two years ago, as many as 25 percent of California kids are questioning their biological sex.

Given that teens naturally struggle with defining themselves, this is extremely dangerous. Permanent sterility is only one of the possible health consequences of puberty blockers, hormone therapy, and transition surgery, and there’s no evidence that psychological well-being is any better. Recent studies indicate the opposite. I predict that in 10 years, or less, we’ll see a monumental backlash from 20-somethings whose lives were permanently altered, or even ended, by this delusion.

But even now, reality is beginning to push back. Female athletes resent getting trounced by biological men in women’s sports events. Committed feminists resent being labeled as “terfs” (trans-exclusionary radical feminists) when they ask what it even means to be a woman. For the last two years, GLAAD’s “Accelerating Acceptance” report has shown declining acceptance, especially among young people who are usually the first to hop aboard a civil rights bandwagon. In every demographic, young men and women reported discomfort with learning a family member was LGBT, or having such a person as their child’s teacher or family doctor, or sitting beside an LGBT individual at church. In some demographics, the acceptance level dropped almost 50 percent in a year’s time.

Andrew Sullivan, a gay activist with some conservative leanings, believes the trans community’s high-handedness has alienated middle America. He’s for dropping the T altogether, because the interests of Ts and LGs conflict in significant ways, and he fears trans activism will wipe out the progress gays and lesbians have made.

The pushback may signal a return to sanity, or a reaction against the efforts of activists to herd an entire culture into this uncharted territory. It could get ugly. Our challenge and calling is to see the herd as sheep without a shepherd, and worthy of our compassion as God’s anxious and confused image-bearers. (Excerpt from World., article by Janie B. Cheaney.)


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4 Replies to “TRANS PUSHBACK?”

  1. Dear Heavenly Father,
    Thank you for being a merciful God. Thank you for the guidelines in your unalterable Word; which I like to call the Manufacturer’s Handbook. You know what is best for us, and You know what will ruin our lives. That is because You are such a loving Heavenly Father. We pray for those who are confused by sin. We pray for our young people who may not even know they are entangled in sin because they live in a broken world and have never been told. We pray for Christians to love lost souls and speak Your Word’s of love and forgiveness so they can be rescued. Please help these confused, perishing people to see God’s hand reaching out to save them.
    In Jesus Name,

  2. Father, how we pray that the truth of Your word, Your commands will begin again to take hold in our nation. As a result of excluding You from our lives and our schools, we have transgressed Your ways and confused our children to such a degree that they are lost in a world of darkness and deception. Continue, O Lord, to open the eyes of those who have allowed darkness to rule their understanding. May Your Spirit come in power to shine the blinding light of Your glory to transform them from darkness to light. How we pray they may find You!! As You stopped Saul from his murderous ways by the blinding Damascus road experience, interrupt the lives of those who believe they are pursuing right, but are on the wrong path. May Your mercy and goodness pursue after them, so they may have Your light and life. In Jesus’ name. Amen

  3. Dear Lord God Almighty thank you for everything. Thank You for prayer. Lord I pray that people wake up and grow up. This trend in society is unnatural and sinful. Pride comes before the fall. These people will soon fall very hard. God bless people with Your wisdom. Father please call people to You. Lord open up hearts and minds to receive You. I pray this in the mighty name of Jesus Christ. Amen.

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