And God Created Man (1 of 6) by Jeff Schreve
This content is part of a series.And God Created Man (1 of 6)
Series: Understanding the Sexes: God's Blueprint for Men and Women
Pastor Jeff Schreve
A doctor, an engineer, and a politician were having a discussion, and they were having a, kind of an argument, and the argument was this: Whose profession is the oldest? And the doctor said, "Well, of course, the medical profession is the oldest because it's as old as mankind. And mankind had to have a doctor around, otherwise mankind wouldn't have survived. So our profession is the oldest." And the engineer said, "Well, hold on. Wait a minute." He said, "You know, in those early times of creation there was darkness and confusion in the earth. And so it took an engineer to create semblance and order out of the chaos." And the politician said, "That's exactly right. Chaos! And who do you think started the chaos?" That went over better at 2:00 a.m.you know. I was going through it in my mind.
We're starting a new series today and it's entitled, "Understanding the Sexes: God's Blueprint for Men and Women." I think we would all agree there's tremendous chaos and confusion today in our society about men and women, about understanding the sexes, understanding what God made when He created men, when He created women; literally, when He created man, when He created woman 'cause that's how it started. But what was God's plan? And what's His blueprint? And you know, we live in a world where people don't understand. They don't understand how men and women are supposed to interact, and we have all sorts of problems with that. And we just have basic, basic problems. We have gotten so far off track. Now we don't even understand who we are. We have a whole different classification of people. We have men. We have women. And then we have this thing called transgendered. what is that? Man, when I was a kid growing up, nobody ever talked about transgendered, but you hear that a lot today. Transgendered, what is that? That's a person who doesn't know ...
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