Wednesday, May 22, 2019

The Culture Hates What the Bible Says About Women

Scott Brown has written a list of the top eleven things the culture hates about what the Bible says about women.  The list starts off with...

Women should be keepers at home.

Women should submit and obey their husbands following the example of Sarah and regard their husbands as "lord."

Women should dress modestly.

Women should be fruitful and multiply.

You can read the full list here.

This list is the main reason why this blog exists.  Christian women who want to follow the Bible in our modern times are fighting against the culture and often even what is popular in the church.  We hope to encourage you here to not worry about what everyone else around you is doing, but to devote your life in service to the Lord in following His Word.  If we are His children, one day we will meet Him face to face, and it will all be worth it!

Edited to add: This list is not meant to be instructive--it is exactly what it says it is--a list of the top eleven things the culture hates about what the Bible says about women.  That is why there are no explanations given in this post.  Every thing listed here can be backed up by Scripture, and if you are unsure what each thing means, most of these topics have been posted about on this site.  You are also free to contact me if you still have questions.  Husbands have their own duties that are given to protect women, as laid forth in Scripture, but that is not what this post is about.  While our feminist society has no problems with a man loving his wife sacrificially, it does have a great problem with the things listed here, which is the reason for this list.

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  1. Thank you SO much for this reminder. I feel very contented in being the keeper of our home, but there ARE times that I allow the feeling of discontentment because of what someone says about "just" being at home and wondering what I do all day. Let's keep encouraging each other!!! Thank you again. Have a wonderful rest of the week. Mary S.

  2. You are very welcome, Mary. I know we have so much pressure to conform, so I'm glad I can encourage. God bless you.


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