Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Time to Consider what we have learned/read?

Time to Consider....
Make a list of things you should do that will cause your husband to feel your honor, respect, and reverence. These might be simple things, like meeting him at the door when he comes home from work or reaching out to touch him in the car as you drive down the road. Practice what you have learned, and make a committment to do these things, come sunshine or storm....

What have we learned?
God created us to be help meets. We will find Gods perfect plan for women in their marriage as we seek to be the help meets he desingned us to be.
~~~A help meet is someone who helps another.
~~~Joy comes from the abundance of a thankful heart.
~~~Control and dominance are masculine traits. A womans calling is to be submissive and yielding to her husband; to do otherwise is against Gods plan.
~~~In order for us to know Gods blessings, we murt recognize, appreciate, and honor the chain of command that God has set in place.
~~~Ous obedience in the role of "help meet" is not dependent on our husbands obedience to God.
~~~God has called us to reverence our husband. A woman who does not submit to and honor her husband in this reverencing him, is out of place, out of order and out of control.

~~~*God defined your role when he said, "the head
of the woman is the man". The man was put in charge before the woman was ever created. God explained his plan clearly when he said, "I will make him a helpmeet for him". God was making it crystal clear that a man is never to be his wifes helpmeet when he said, "For a man indeed ought not to cover his head, foasmuch as he is the image and glory of God: but the woman is the glory of the man."
God even told us ehy a woman was never to be in authority or to think of herself spiritually more able than a man, "For Adam was first formed, then Eve. And Adam was not deceived, but the woman being decieved was in the transgression."
When we thoroughly understnad our role as help meets, begin to practice joy and thanksgiving in performing that role, and turn our hearts to reverencing our husbands, only then can we expect to experience a heavenly marriage.

Love to all....

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