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audrey ruth

December 21, 2013  1:21pm

God's Word schooled me in femininity, and I am eternally grateful. I grew up in an unChristian home and was totally conformed to the Godless world in which I lived until the Lord moved in my life in a marvelous way which still boggles my mind today. Thank God, He transformed my life into something completely different and infinitely more valuable, by the power of the Holy Spirit working through His Word. Romans 12: 1-2

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Wit D

December 21, 2013  10:13am

Paul Bryce: well said... AMEN to that. But sad to say that many "so call christians" want to apply the same failed feministic approch to the chaos in the culture and the church. Mean while many(not all) are doing what is right in theis own eyes... A recipe for confusion. This is classic lunacy; doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result. May God raise up Men of Valour (not effeminate men) in these days like the Men of Issachar and 1Corinthians 16 v13 men...

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Paul Bryce

December 19, 2013  4:32pm

I Love my wife and am learning each day (by God's grace) how to Love her more. I am seeing results in my families healthiness from being separate from this world and living in Christ. Homeschooling, Family spiritual guidance from Dad (not the pastor/youth pastor), giving to others, thinking less of ourselves (working on that), stepping away from Church (in the organized/structured sense), leading by example (still working on that), teaching respect of themselves to my daughters/wife through modesty and strength, looking at my son as a future leader in Christ at home and in His Church, (big stretch for me). Mostly teaching my family to be Christ centered leaders not followers! Western Conservatory is a recommended resource site. (prepare yourself for Patriarchalism - if that's not a word it should be) Sorry, to all the Christian Feminists, I love you in Christ but it is not working.

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Paul Bryce

December 19, 2013  4:07pm

When daughters are taught to be the "helpmeet" at home as a child and boys are taught to be "leaders and providers" we get the obvious result in our Husbands/Wives in the next generation. If we were to believe all the feminist hype that has been forced on us with lies and deceit in the last century we would have to conclude that all the marriages of our grandparents and great grandparents were similar to a Russian gulag for women! But unfortunately this does not bear itself out in what they produced in their generation and what we are producing in our current generation. They had strong families, low debt, good ethics/values/morals, good governance, healthier Church's, etc... We have weak to non-existent families today, high debt, poor ethics/values/morals, lousy governance. No, they were not without their faults but on par I would rather live back then than today. So with the Family in decline which model do you want to follow? Women (feminists) in control have not improved life.

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Paul Bryce

December 19, 2013  3:59pm

I will share my thoughts from a "back engineered " point of view. Looking at our society or lack of it I am compelled to conclude that the breakdown of the family unit is at the root of our decline. Families provide healthy stability for raising children in Christ as well as a basis for building a Christian society. So how do we get healthy Families? Need a God fearing Dad who because he fears God loves his wife and children. Need a God fearing Mom who because she fears God loves her husband and children. The wife is best designed to nurture and raise children and the Husband is best designed to protect and provide for his family. When wives do not "raise up" their husbands with the intent of helping them to be the best they can be in Christ they fail. When Husbands do not "Love & Provide" for their wives to be the best they can be in Christ they fail. We have roles given to each of us in a family and as husband and wives.

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