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October 2, 2021

During His three-year ministry time on earth, Jesus taught Kingdom principles and admonished the people to seek the kingdom of God first. If they followed this mandate, their ultimate priority would be to find out God’s design and plan for humanity and adhere to it.

As believers, we are God’s kingdom citizens and ambassadors on the earth. Therefore, we understand that God is the ultimate and only source of authority. His Word is the law, and His decrees are unchanging. We do not have the power to alter or make any changes to His laws, statutes, and commandments; all we are required to do is follow them.

Knowing our position of faithful ambassadors, we never speak our personal position for our opinion does not matter, but we reiterate the king’s position. Rather than siding with the world, our goal is to influence the world for His kingdom’s government.

With all of this in mind, I must share an important union that God established in the earth. God was the first father to give a bride to a man, and He set in order the plan for marriage. When He created man and women, He created them with different anatomy that when they came together, they would be able to multiply and replenish the earth, which two of the same gender could not do.

Animals were created before the woman; so, if God was in agreement with bestiality, He would have presented that possibility to Adam. Additionally, if God wanted man to be involved with a person of the same gender, then there was no need for him to create Eve; He could have made man with female productive organs.

Some people say we are living at a different time, and what was said in the Old Testament is not required in the New Testament. However, in a discourse with the Pharisees, Jesus said, “But from the beginning of the creation God made them male and female. For this cause shall a man leave his father and mother, and cleave to his wife; And they twain shall be one flesh: so then they are no more twain, but one flesh. What therefore God hath joined together, let not man put asunder (Mark 10:6-9). In this statement, Jesus reemphasizes the words found in Genesis 2:24. This is God’s plan for His creation. What was stated in Genesis 2:24 and Mark 10:6-9 is the standard by which kingdom people live. This is who God has joined together and no one has the right to put this union asunder.

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