God in Drag

I heard an interesting podcast the other day and there was a statement that made me stop and think, research, ponder, and meditate. The statement was “Everybody is God in drag.”

To be in drag refers to the performance of exaggerated masculinity, femininity, or other forms of gender. So aren’t we in drag when we as women are exaggerating our bodies by snapping pictures of our feminine parts and displaying them on social media for others’ entertainment? Aren’t men in drag showing off their masculinity in the gym and posting on social media for our entertainment? Aren’t we exaggerating ourselves with filters? Forget the LGBTQIA community and just think of the definition.

And if you believe that we are made in the image of God and his spirit lives in us then we are all God in drag. God does not see male, female, black, white, brown, Jew, Christian, Muslim, skinny, overweight, or any label that we continually put on people.

What he sees is our heart. He sees our intentions and our level of love and compassion. We are measured by our gifts given and are we utilizing those gifts by giving to others? We have the responsibility to be the vessel, the gateway, the faucet to allow the flow of God’s wisdom to flow through us as a divine purpose. That is our purpose, it is not to judge, label, condemn, expel, hate, ban, and destroy people because their choices do not align with ours. Leave that up to them and God. The Bible says in Philippians 2:12 to “work out your own salvation with fear and trembling.” That means mind your business!

I know the homophobic, the self-righteous and the narrow-minded believers are not buying this but I’m not in the selling business. I’m in the business of letting all know we are one. We are created in the image of God and he lives in us. We are all in disguise and we are ALL here for each other. Yes! Everybody is God in drag.

Published by Dana

Creative writer about my life and life lessons. Survivor of abandonment, addiction, narcissist relationships, and trauma. Still dealing while I'm healing. Thank you Jesus!

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