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In recent months, Boston Children's Hospital implemented the first transgender surgery unit for children nationwide. Since opening the new service, they have announced that 1,000 families have used the program to perform transgender treatments on underage youth.
On their website, the hospital paints the Gender Multispecialty Service (GeMS) as a beautiful model of love and support to the kids receiving life-altering and often irreversible treatments. Some of these treatments include, genital, chest and face surgeries on minors.
The Bible says that children are a gift of the Lord. Political commentators are speaking out on the "sterilization of minors" and the attack against their identity, specifically targeting youth in our nation.
In a video posted on his YouTube, Ben Shapiro calls out the hospital for the roughly 300 surgeries they have already performed in the last four years.
"The cultural-revolution is in full swing as far as the left is concerned, and if you oppose it that makes you really bad. That is why they hate Ron DeSantis so much because he's actually doing a good job opposing that in the state of Florida," Shapiro says.
In a training video, a professor at Children's Mercy Hospital argues parents should be held criminally liable for not allowing their child to take puberty blockers. One of the popular puberty blockers used in children is called Lupron. This is the same drug that has been tested in scientific studies on pedophiles, in an attempt to drown their urges to molest children.
The Word of God makes it clear that we were created man and woman, and that was His holy design.
Jeremiah 1:5 reads, "Before I formed you in the womb, I knew you; and before you were born, I sanctified you."
We were created by the very hands of God. He knows us in the most intimate parts of who we are. Let us look to the One who created male and female, to see what He thinks about the widespread dysphoria happening worldwide.
Psalm 139 tells us that God saw our frame as you we were intricately made in secret. Verse 13 reads, "You brought my inner parts into being; You wove me in my mother's womb." God is not a God of mistakes, He doesn't mess up, and God surely doesn't create us to be confused and disoriented about who we are.
Shelby Lindsay is an assistant editor for Charisma Media.
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