Like, sexual desire. We as humans were made to have certain sexual desires and feel certain sexual pleasures, but then when you give in to it people say it's a sin and God's against it.
How can that be though, if he made us to feel that way? How does that logically make sense that he's against us feeling something, he created us to feel? How does that make sense?
Or, being gay. God created all humans and being gay isn't something you become, it's something you've always had in you from birth but you don't know it until you start to grow up. So, when someone say's they are gay someone will be their tell them it's a sin and they'll burn in hell.
How can that be either, if that's the way you were born? How does that logically make sense that's he's aginst gay people, when he created us all including the ones that are gay? How does that make sense?
Most Helpful Guy
There are fundamental principles you probably have not learned that led you to ask this question.
In the beginning God created Adam and Eve as sinless beings, then as you may know Adam fell into sin, and ever since humanity has been afflicted by it.
God did not create all humans, rather God created Adam and we are all descended from him through the natural reproduction process. This means we all inherit Adam's sinful nature. Sin causes all kinds of problems for us, from physical and mental illnesses to spiritual decay and malfunctions such as homosexuality/transgender, or any kind of immorality whether it is sexual or not sexual.
God established an order for things to be, and it is good. He set in place that a man shall be one with his wife, and together they create an offspring. It is obviously a loving act and we were meant to enjoy it, because having children is a wonderful thing. But sin has corrupted us and made us harbor perverse desires for sex that are not part of God's order. God did not set in place for us to sleep with all kinds of girls or even people of the opposite sex. God did not design us to be born as men but convinced we are actually a woman, or vice versa. Those things are a corruption of our true design and purpose. And it's all the effect of sin in our lives.
Sin was never part of God's design for us. We suffer the consequences of Adam's rebellion, and God has allowed us to live with it through this lifetime. The faithful to God are promised to be made whole one day and have all sin removed.
So that is how it makes sense. God does not fix things in this life, but the next, the eternal life ahead of us. God is allowing this life to run its course, and there is a day coming when he will set all things right again. Until that day comes we continue to live as sinners, but we have the hope and peace that we are saved by the precious blood of Christ.0
Most Helpful Girl
He also gave us free will and we do whatever we want, don't blame him, blame yourself and even though there are guidelines in which he said to follow we still have freedom of choice and we not him are the ones who makes that decision to follow his guidelines or do whatever the hell you want.0