Tuesday, August 21, 2007

The True Role of Womanhood pt. 2 of 3

3. Trainer/teacher- Eph.6:4b “bring them (children) up in the training and admonition of the Lord.”-We are to teach our children the law of God and his plan for their lives. But before that we must love the scripture, we must read it daily so that it will be written on our hearts, before we try to teach our children them. We are to immerse ourselves the word of God.

4. A demonstration of unfading beauty -1 Peter 3:4 “Do not let your adornment be merely outward—arranging the hair, wearing gold, or putting on fine apparel— 4 rather let it be the hidden person of the heart, with the incorruptible beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit, which is very precious in the sight of God.” Inward beauty is not argumentative, contradicting, harsh, loud and crude. A beautiful woman is one who has a quiet and submissive spirit, one who is content-there is nothing more beautiful than a woman who is content to be under her husband’s authority, to be a house keeper. These things are precious to God, for they are what He designed a woman to be, and when we obey Him, He is very pleased.

5. To be quiet in the church- 1 Cor. 14:34 “Let your women keep silent in the churches, for they are not permitted to speak; but they are to be submissive, as the law also says.” Earlier I said that feminism was getting into the churches, and it is. We know have woman pastors, women who want to be equal with man, women who are not only talking in the churches, but who are leading the churches, teaching the churches. Paul said in 1 Tim.2:12 , in context of the role of men and women in the church that- “And I do not permit a woman to teach or to have authority over a man, but to be in silence.” Paul says that the women are not to teach the men. And the reason is added: For Adam was first formed, then Eve. Adam was not deceived, but the woman, being deceived, was in the transgression, v. 13, 14. She fell first, and was the means of seducing the husband. She was given to be a helper, but proved a most grievous hinderer, even the instrument of his fall and ruin. Woman being ordained pastors shows that they do not wish for God’s plan for their life, but their own.

Woman of this type say that they are only trying to Christianize America, and the more churches the better, whether they be men preachers or woman preachers. The position that woman have in our society is not going one of liberation its one of rebellion against God’s Word. We’re not going to take our culture back in continuing in our rebellion, or by trying to Christianize it. Doug Phillips-“Christian feminism is an oxy moron.” How do we expect to turn America back towards God’s laws, when our own churches don’t obey them? Woman must be silent in the church, they are not to preach, or have authority over man.

So here we see that woman are to be a helper, homemaker, teacher, are to posses unfading beauty that of a gentle and quiet spirit and to be silent in the church. We do not see the Bible instructing us to go get a degree, to work outside our homes. Our duty is to the home and family, our ministry is to the home. We are not to go into the world and serve there, but to the homes. We need all the mothers to return to the home and their neglected children.

Los Angeles
police Chief Edward M. Davis said in an address to the Los Angeles Breakfast Club, “crime is going to continue to go up, up, up,” primarily because of “the new morality which condones lying, stealing and killing. Mothers should stay home to instill old-fashioned values in their children. If you don’t have that culture in which to bring up that young human with love and discipline, he’s going to become some sort of savage if he wants to,” Davis said.

The wages of sin is death. And the fruit of feminism will always be destruction-dividing families, corrupting churches, and destroying our nation. Women must return to their homes, for it is what God designed us for, to be home keepers.

To be continued...


Dottie Anderson said...
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Grandma of Many said...

Great job again Kaila. You are awesome. By the way, your Dad set me up my new blog, Grandma of Many (grandmaofmany.blogspot). I'm on my way.

Love you,

Grandma Dot

Kenny's Favorite Nephew said...

very womanly =)

Ruth Owen said...

I'd agree with your grandma "Your are awesome!"...And we serve an amzing God! ~Ruth~

T-Bones said...

a womans role sure is weak. i could run circles around what woman have to do in life.

Kaila Anderson said...

Obviously Travis your not a woman or you wouldn't be saying that.
What a homemaker has to do is extremely hard, believe me, especially when she has 8 kids!

T-Bones said...

hense the running circles. we can do it all plus work full time. and a single mother can run circles around a married couple.
don't have to be a woman to know i was raised by one. if your gonna post things on the (true) role of a woman it should include all types of woman.