Then God said, “Let there be light”; and there was light. And God saw the light, that it was good; and God divided the light from the darkness. God called the light Day, and the darkness He called Night. So the evening and the morning were the first day. (Genesis 1:3-5)
Day And Night – Boys And Girls
In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth. Moses begins the story of creation with the declaration that everything in the world was formed by the divine hand of the Living God. The beginning of all things finds its place in the record of Moses describing how and why all things exist. Nothing on the earth or in the seas, or in the heavens above was created apart from the will, design, purpose, and power of the divine. God spoke and the world was created. The first day of creation was the day that light divided from the darkness on the face of the deep. God’s will spoke light to be on the formless earth and in an instant, it was so. When the Lord looked at the earth, he could see the light and darkness. There was no land and sea, plants, animals, or humans – just light and darkness.
God called the light Day, and He called darkness Night. Day and night are the oldest names in the history of man. They precede God calling the man, Adam, and Adam calling God’s creation, Woman and then later, Eve. It was Adam that named all the animals, as directed by God. On the second day of creation, the Lord divided the firmament from the waters which were under the firmament; and it was so. God called the firmament the heavens or the sky. On the third day of creation, the waters under the heavens were gathered together in one place separated from the dry land. God called the dry ground Earth and the waters Seas. And God saw that it was good. He liked what He saw in the perfection of His creation.
Creation would continue with lights in the heavens called the sun, moon, and stars. Animals were created on the fifth and sixth days and called birds, sea creatures, cattle, creeping things and beasts of the earth. On the sixth day, God created male and female with the command to multiply and fill the earth. Adam and Eve would have a child and call his name Cain meaning, “I have acquired a man from the Lord.” Moses writes that God created them male and female, blessed them, and called them Mankind in the day they were created. Adam lived to be nine hundred thirty years and the record says he had sons and daughters.
There is still day and night. The sun, moon, and stars remain in the sky and are called the sun, moon, and stars. Earth is still recognized as the dry land and the seas fill the earth. There are birds in the sky, fish in the sea, and animals that roam the face of the earth. Sons and daughters are born to Mankind in the manner prescribed by the word of God in the beginning. As with all things, humans bear fruit according to their kind. Little boys are born and little girls are born, just like they did when Cain was born and every child after him. God forms the seed in the woman’s womb ascribing male and female and that cannot change. When a woman gives birth to a male child, he will always be a male. Little girls are born girls and will die in the image of what God created them to be.
Refusing to call boys, boys and girls, girls; is like refusing to call the large fiery ball in the sky the sun. Day and night remain day and night because that is what God called it. There will always be males and females; regardless of the Micky Mouse mentality of men that ignores a law they cannot change to be something that will never be. Bruce Jenner was born a male and will die a male. William Thomas is a male, regardless of a name change. Nothing can change that. Imagine a child standing on top of a mountain, telling the world he is now a bird. He believes he can fly because he believes he was created as an eagle with all his heart. Believing himself to be a bird, he jumps over the cliff. The consequences are severe. He dies because he believes himself to be something God did not create him to be. There are no wings to save him because he was not born of an eagle but of a woman.
At the end of the day, boys will be boys and girls will be girls. The question is not so much as to what a person believes themselves to be or not to be but two things: what God created them to be and what they will be in death. Male and female are independent creations that only God can change and He will not. Everyone is born either male or female. All of Mankind will die and when they die, they will die what they were created. Man’s wisdom cannot change that no more than they can move the sun or the moon from their place.