About This Project

Where do we find the roots of the history of the Pride and transgender movement?  Much of it comes from the now-discredited but horrific transgender sex experiments of Dr. John Money, of Johns Hopkins University, on the injured infant male twin, David (originally Bruce) Reimer, whom he tried to forcefully transition to a female first through surgical reconstruction and then through psychological and sexual counseling in addition to the galvanizing force for LGBT political activism created through the 1969 Stonewall Bathhouse Riot against police authority in New York City which the Obama administration turned into a National Historic Landmark in 2016, likening it to the protests of Seneca Falls and Selma.

Pride used to be one of the seven deadly sins now it’s the primary virtue of the American way of life.  Where does it come from? Our old adversary: Satan. He was the highest Cherub in Heaven with God who lost his place due to pride.

God cast Satan out of heaven to Earth and replaced his worship with dust.  That dust is us.  God breathed into that dust the breath of life and created man– a living being to replace Satan’s role as a worshiper of God. Yet, we listened to Satan in the Garden and followed his rebellion against God.

From that time forward, mankind has lived turned in on itself.  This situation plays itself out through any number of sins, but it is particularly witnessed in pride. What is pride? Exalting self above all others. It’s in the celebration of Pride Month and the exultation of homosexuality.  Instead of celebrating in the other sex, we are celebrating our own sex. Instead of celebrating the difference between male and female, we are eliminating them because we want to make Creation into what we want it to be. It’s an attack on God. And now we have the idea of trans-racialism.

When will the madness stop?  It probably won’t.  We are under the demonic culture of this world.  That is why we must turn to Jesus.  He will bring you back no matter how far you have strayed.  The message of the Church is the same as it is for every sinner: you can turn out of the darkness and into the light.  All that matters is that you come back to God.



Key Verse:

And you must show mercy to those whose faith is wavering. Rescue others by snatching them from the flames of judgment. Show mercy to still others, but do so with great caution, hating the sins that contaminate their lives. ~Jude 22-23



Sinners are lost, confused and walking in darkness. But Jesus is seeking to redeem them and bring them into the LIGHT.


Scriptures Studied:Genesis 1:28; Isaiah 14:12; 2 Samuel 18; 2 Samuel 19; Jude 22-23; Matthew 10:28; Jeremiah 41:17;


Further Study:


Points to Note:

Reminder, the story of Saul & David is Our Story:

  • Saul: [Kingdoms of this world] Self-Centered, Demanding, Disobedient to God, Seeks His Own Glory
  • David: [Kingdom of God]  Other-Centered, Giving/Self-Sacrificing, Obedient to God, Seeks the Glory of God


Kingdom of Saul | Self-Absorbed and Insecure | Passing Away

  • Every moment is about himself
  • Everyone is suspect
  • Everyone is a threat
  • Willing to kill for his kingdom
  • Estranged from everyone he loved
  • On the road to self-destruction


Kingdom of David | Self-Less & Dependent on God | Arriving

  • Wounded by the Lord
  • Made useful to those wounded in the world
  • Contrite, Compassionate, and Hungry for God
  • Made ready to serve others



1. SHIMEI – repentance for what we’ve done wrong.

2. MEPHIBOSHETH – relationship becomes our priority.

3. BARZILLAI – our reward is serving His cause to help 


Episode Points:


The 5 I Will Statements of Satan Setting Himself up as an Object of Worship

  1. I will ascend to heaven above the stars of God
  2. I will set my throne on high
  3. I will sit on the mount of assembly in the far reaches of the north
  4. I will ascend above the heights of the clouds
  5. I will make myself like the Most High


The Picture of What We are seeing now in Redemptive History:

  • Shimei returns humbled.
  • Mephibosheth returns hobbling.
  • Barzillai returns honorably.

Wherever you are:  Come to Jesus!


Recognize the Following:

  1. Gilgal is used in a poetic way as the place where God rolled away reproach; a place of repentance and returning to God.
  2. When you can’t forgive someone who comes from a certain lifestyle or sin, you are acting just like Satan.
  3. Is it real repentance when all we come to Jesus for is because we fear going to hell?  Yes. (See Mt. 10:28)
  4. Barzillai uses the reward David was going to give him to bless someone else.  We see it come to fruition 400 years later with mention of Chimham in Jeremiah 41:17.
  5. It doesn’t matter where you are on the spectrum of Redemptive History:  come to Jesus!


Questions to Consider:

  1. Are you exhibiting grace and forgiveness to others or are you acting like a legalistic Christian who is unable to forgive?
  2. Where are you in the Redemptive History spectrum?
  3. Are you tithing and supporting the work of the Gospel?


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