Tomorrow is a day we celebrate and honor our fathers
You will not be lost on me on that day
For You are the ultimate Father
The Creator of all
You created our Saviour
The angels
The universe
You created us
You created all we have ever seen
And all we will ever see
You created all we have ever known and loved
And all we will ever know and love
You have created the great sanctuary
An eternal place for faithful souls
An everlasting gift for simply loving You and Your Son
How can I repay You?
What can I possibly have that You’d want?
What You have given, however, is beyond measure
It is impossible to imagine nothingness
Yet You formed us out of nothingness
Existence out of nonexistence
I don’t deserve the gifts
I certainly don’t deserve what You promised me
Some things I cannot write for most ears
It would be beyond belief
And all I did was show my faith
I did what I should have done anyway
I cannot deserve this reward or mission
But indeed You have given them
The greatest gifts are yet to come
That great promise is at the door
There is nothing I possess You could want
So this is my gift
My gift for You on this Father’s Day
This is what I felt in me to give
A public way to tell You that I love You
We love You, Father
This Father’s Day and everyday
May all praise be to You
For Your lovingkindness is everlasting
Bless You, Father and Your One begotten Son
Happy Father’s Day, Lord God


There is an ordinance in Leviticus chapter sixteen that says the people of Israel shall for atonement use two goats: one for sacrifice and the other as the scapegoat to run free into the desert to carry away the sins of Israel. The original Hebrew word for scapegoat was “azazel”, which means “goat for escape”. Azazel was also an angel that sinned greatly in the time of Jared. Genesis chapter six speaks of angels lusting after human women and marrying them, and even had children with them. These angels also taught humans to sin greatly, according to the book of Enoch, a genuine book of the Bible that isn’t included in most Bibles. Azazel was among these angels. One of the leaders, in fact. Azazel was not another name for Satan, as some believe. His fall came well after Satan’s, and they fell in two completely different ways. Satan wanted to become God while Azazel conspired to marry women and taught men to sin.

The scapegoat spoken of in Leviticus 16 was for Azazel, the fallen angel. In the book of Enoch the prophet, chapter ten verse eight, God said to ascribe all sin to him. This is done through the release of the scapegoat. One of the two goats, chosen by drawing lots, Aaron, and then later his descendants, was to put his hands upon the head of the scapegoat and confess all the sins of Israel to transfer them to it and release it away from the people (Leviticus 16:20-22).

There are ways to find the book of Enoch and I highly recommend it. It is easily one of the most fascinating books of the Bible, and Enoch was one very special prophet. One of two people in history who hasn’t experienced death (Genesis 5:21-24).


This is a common question people have. The answer lies in the Old Testament, at least what was the age of accountability. In Exodus 30:14 and 38:26, it says all men twenty and above shall make an offering to the Lord. In Numbers chapter one, all males from twenty and upward and were healthy were to be gathered for war. In Numbers 14:29 lies the most convincing evidence that twenty was the accountable age. Those who were twenty and above who murmured against God were held accountable and would die off in the wilderness instead of entering the land He promised to their fathers Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. Has He increased the age of accountability since many twenty year olds seem like children? Who knows? I wouldn’t count on it.


I am very disheartened on behalf of Bruce Jenner for the situation he has gotten himself into. I have to stress the words “gotten himself into”. Bruce’s quest to become a woman is a sinful quest, despite his belief that God did this to him to test him. Bruce said that God gave him some good qualities at his conception, but decided to give him the soul of a woman in order to test him. If this was God testing him, then how does he pass it? It always astonishes me what people are willing to tell themselves to make them look right morally, and even with God specifically. The soul existed before the flesh, so God knows precisely what soul to put into what flesh. God has not ever, nor would ever put the soul of a woman into the flesh of a man, or vice versa. God also makes no mistakes, and to accuse Him of such is a serious misunderstanding at who makes the mistakes.

Bruce said he has had these issues since he was a child. While I do believe that, and even sympathize, what issues he has had as a child are not God’s making. Most likely it had to do with one or both of his parents. That is where he would as a child gotten his influence from.

What can you say to a person who has told themselves that God, if they believe in Him, has put their soul into the wrong body and it’s fine by Him to correct His mistake? Not much. Jenner basically has told himself he is a lesbian trapped in a man’s body, since he has said he is attracted to women only. Most who say they are transgendered are attracted to the same gender. Here are some things written in the Bible along the lines of this subject. Leviticus 18:22 says “You (men) shall not lie with man as with a woman, it is an abomination.” That doesn’t sound like God would change with the times. God saying it is an abomination means it would always be an abomination. Paul reiterated this in 1st Corinthians 6:9-10, and he said this after Jesus lived. Despite misguided individuals who say Jesus never spoke against homosexuality, that doesn’t mean Jesus proclaimed it lawful. Jesus did say that it is easier for heaven and earth to pass away than for one dot of the law to fail. Well, Leviticus 18:22 is part of the law.

If one is asked, having their soul on the line, “Would God be okay with me changing genders?”, would they really answer “Yes”? Bruce has told himself that. I don’t recognize Bruce’s God. I recognize the God I’ve read and studied about-Old and New Testaments. I don’t turn Him or His Son into things they are not to suit my sinful lifestyle. We can kid ourselves about Him, but God will not be fooled (true translation of Galatians 6:7), so no matter how we twist and turn immorality into morality in our minds, we cannot fool Him.

I feel sorry for Bruce Jenner and anyone who is suffering these things. I really do. I pray they find their strength and turn away not just from doing incredibly sinful things, but to stop thinking God consents. If you find Him, and I mean truly find Him, He will remove your suffering. You have to make the first step, though. Why would God extend a hand while you recoil yours? To tell yourself doing something so sinful is not sinful, you have recoiled your hand from Him.