“All who fashion idols are nothing, and the things they delight in do not profit. Their witnesses neither see nor know, that they may be put to shame. Who fashions a god or casts an idol that is profitable for nothing? Behold, all his companions shall be put to shame, and the craftsmen are only human. Let them all assemble, let them stand forth. They shall be terrified; they shall be put to shame together.” —Isaiah 44:9-11
Throughout the entire chronicles of human existence, we have never witnessed a spectacle of idolatry as bold and unapologetic as the one propagated by the modern woke transgender movement. These self-proclaimed champions of inclusivity and equality have taken it upon themselves to reshape the very fabric of reality. They audaciously project their contentious ideology onto God Himself, daring to refer to God as “her” and insisting that the Almighty not only tolerates but condones their lewd behavior.
What makes this situation all the more unfathomable is that we reside in a nation blessed with the illuminating power of the Gospel, a beacon of light that has been shining brightly in this land since the days of the Plymouth colony. As a nation, we are without excuse for allowing this blasphemous behavior to go unchecked. There’s a church on nearly every street corner, and yet we stand idly by as our Creator’s law is trampled upon and his character besmirched beyond recognition.
While it might be less surprising to find such idolatry among a remote tribe with no access to the Gospel, our nation has been steeped in its teachings for centuries—we are the ones who should know better, and yet we allow this cultural travesty to spread like wildfire.
As it was in the days of Jeremiah, people go about their lives, eating, drinking, and celebrating, all while ignoring the spiritual decay that threatens to consume us. Marriage, once a sacred institution, has become a relic of a bygone era, deemed to be a tool of white supremacy, racism, and patriarchy.
Despite this descent into chaos, the loving nature of God shines through. He reminds us of His infinite love for all people, even those who brazenly challenge His divine order. This period of upheaval serves as a wake-up call, a plea for true disciples of Christ to reclaim their faith and stand up against the tide of secularism that seeks to erode the very foundations of our beliefs.
How any Bible-believing disciple of Christ can remain blind to this growing threat is beyond comprehension. It is time for us to rise up, confront the idolatry of woke culture, and return to the core values that have sustained us for generations. Only then can we restore the sanctity of our faith and emerge stronger and more unified in our devotion to God.
In the face of such brazen idolatry, we must remember the power of redemption and grace. As followers of Christ, we are called to love our enemies and to extend the mercy and forgiveness that has been so generously given to us. In the midst of the raging cultural storm, let us not forget the profound message of hope and transformation found within the pages of Scripture. And while we should certainly carry with us a certain amount of righteous indignation toward sin, our response to this present darkness should not be one of merely condemnation and anger, but also a demonstration of God’s enduring love and patience.
As Psalm 7:11 says, God is a righteous judge and a God who feels indignation every day. But at the same time, as 1 John 1:9 says, If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness. Our attitude should reflect God’s—one where indignation toward sin is not mutually exclusive with patience, mercy, and grace.