God is Androgynous!
But what Does Androgynous Mean?
Being both male and female;
Having both masculine and feminine characteristics.
Having an ambiguous sexual identity.
Neither clearly masculine nor clearly feminine in appearance.-
In other videos I have shown that the holy spirit is a Feminine Aspect of God. Spirit in Hebrew is a feminine noun; but in Greek, neuter. The Holy Spirit is often associated with women’s functions: the birthing process (Jn. 3:5; cf. Jn. 1:13, 1 Jn. 4:7b, 5:1, 4, 18), consoling, comforting, an prophitc groaning in travail of childbirth, emotional warmth, and inspiration.
In this video I will show that God is Androgynous
Consider this: it is only when BOTH man and woman are created in Genesis 1 that God is fully portrayed:
“So God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him; male and female he created them” – Genesis 1:27
In fact, the first time we see God declaring something to be “not good” is when Adam finds himself alone in the Garden:
“Then Yahweh Elohim said, “It is not good that a man should be alone: I will make him a helper fit for him.” – Genesis 2:18
Why did God need to create BOTH genders before mankind fully displayed the image of God? One reason is that this is an allegory of Christ and the church especially when man and woman come together as “one flesh” we see the mystical body of Christ (Genesis 2:24).
Female images for God (drawn from women’s biological activity)
a mother who does not forget the child she nurses (Isa. 49:14-15)
a mother who comforts her children (Isa. 66:12-13) Isaiah 66:12-13
a mother who births and protects Israel (Isa. 46:3-4).
In Isaiah 46:3 God says, "Listen to Me, O house of Jacob, and all the remnant of the house of Israel, you who have been borne by Me from birth and have been carried from My womb."
a mother who gave birth to the Israelites (Dt. 32:18)
You have forgotten the Rock who fathered you, and put out of mind the God who gave you birth.
God has feminine attributes as well as masculine.
God has manifested himself to be both Father and Mother so that we might be more aware of God’s constant presence and willingness to assist us
Later in Isaiah, God says to His people: "Can a mother forget the baby at her breast and have no compassion on the child she has borne? Though she may forget, I will not forget you!" (Isaiah 49:15).
"God did not satisfy himself with proposing the example of a father, but in order to express his very strong affection, he chose to liken himself to a mother, and calls His people not merely children, but the fruit of the womb,
Likewise, when we think of God’s love for those who are reconciled to him in Jesus, we not only think of a strong, protective and wise father, but we can also take comfort in his tender, nurturing, kindness and care seen most beautifully in a mother’s love for her child. What a dynamic God we worship