God created everything with a purpose in mind, and He also created it with the ability to fulfill its purpose. Everything God has made is the way it is because of the why it was created. So the why dictates its makeup. The purpose of a thing determines its nature, design, and features. You don’t make something until you know what you want and why you want it. You’ll never find a manufacturer starting a project in a plant, hoping it will turn out to be something useful. Instead, its purpose and design are complete before production begins. So, for example, if a manufacturer decides he wants to build an apparatus that can both record moving pictures onto a magnetic tape for replay and broadcast them live through the medium of television, he has created a product, a video camera—but the manufacturer designed it first.
Moreover, everything in the video camera is necessary for its proper functioning. If you could look inside such a camera, you would see things you didn’t know were there and that you don’t know the use for. Yet nothing in that product is there for the fun of it. As a matter of fact, because it is so expensive, there had better be nothing in it just for its fun.
Let me give you another illustration that is even closer to home — your big toe. Are you aware that you would lose your balance and fall if your big toe were cut off? You probably never think about your big toe until you stub it. Then it just seems like an annoyance. Yet it keeps you standing up when you lean forward. Your big toe isn’t there just for fun. Thank God for big toes! There’s also a purpose for your fingernails. Some of you know exactly how important they are because you’ve had an accident and lost one. Your fingernails are there to protect the softer skin on your fingers.
Since God created everything with a purpose, both males and females need to go to Him if they want to know their true reason for being. If they try to change His plans or fight against them, they are, in essence, fighting against themselves because they’re working against their nature, makeup, and the way they function best based on the manufacturer’s design. Moreover, God is love. His plans embody what is best for us and work for our highest good.