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[1Timothy 2:11-13 Let the woman learn in silence with all subjection. But I suffer not a woman to teach, nor to usurp authority over the man, but to be in silence. For Adam was first formed, then Eve.]
Notice the enemy make all manner of deceit to block the truth of what this saying, because the noisy and irreverent women of the world cannot bear the truth. Should they acknowledge the teaching of God in this scripture they would have to relinquish the delusion which makes their haughty existence acceptable. Instead they might humble themselves and forgive their fury at God for being women, for the blessing of forgiveness comes with faith, and with faith they might know why God has said this. The beautiful girl looks at this scripture, saying in herself, Because I have read the scripture to know who God is I know that God has set men above women. Why should it be wrong to give deference in the church to men, to not overshadow them with speaking, that womenís voices be over the voice of men in the church? If I have faith that he who promised everlasting joy on our heads is faithful, and just, his ways being perfect, why would I not understand that if God has set men above women, making man the head of woman, that in all places where men are present a woman should honor the order established by he who made men and women? Who has missed that he made it for the glory of both men and women?
The ugly witches say Paul (and the word of God) contradicts himself, because later he thanks two women for holding the church at their house. [1 Corinthians 16:19 The churches in the province of Asia send you greetings. Aquila and Priscilla greet you warmly in the Lord, and so does the church that meets at their house.], And they say, if women are not to be teachers, why does the scripture say, [Acts 18:26 And he began to speak boldly in the synagogue: whom when Aquila and Priscilla had heard, they took him unto [them], and expounded unto him the way of God more perfectly.]? (So two women are teachers here); And if women could not hold office as clergy, ministers in the things of God, then how is it [Judges 4:4 And Deborah, a prophetess, the wife of Lapidoth, she judged Israel at that time.]; (A woman is clearly a leader and judge of Israel, arguably a teaching position in the church and a situation in which a woman has authority to speak over men.) Therefore the spirit of error makes to no effect the 1 Timothy 2 scripture, confining it as incidental, but if you look at the phraseology one notices it is not incidental, confined only to that place, but is clearly a teaching concerning women, which the women with a spirit for truth shall recognize. Clearly we know that women can be teachers, and clergy, and speak with authority over men, if God has so appointed them, (though we know much fewer women are called to these positions then men), but that does not negate that if women are not teachers, or persons given authority, then they should be mindful of the position of women to men, respecting order, and being silent in the church because women do not possess the rank by worthiness to speak out in the congregation. Paul is exactly right, it is a shame for women to make their voices heard in the church, where even the men must mostly be silent to learn from the persons of authority God has appointed, even if those authorities might be women. This is not some hard thing to remember, but each woman with a true heart will naturally understand this and not disgrace herself and all women; but the eyes of the ugly witch are closed.
So who are the ugly witches, and who are the beautiful girls? The ugly witches say, I accept the way I am. Fat is beautiful, ugly is beautiful, and visually beautiful women are not any happier. Let the woman of God say, I accept women are not equal to men, and females are twice as defiling in pregnancy, and men should be given right by women as superior whenever they are present. I accept I should obey my husband, giving him the glory of men which God has made, and written to us regarding his way.
Will not the ugly witches fall away from Christ in the day of trouble, calling not upon him anymore because their hearts were tried by fire and found untrue? I will praise God for what he has given me, yeah I will sing for none could contain the joy, no not I, and I will appreciate the great glory of women God has made. My heart is true, and I have read and understood, and drank not the spirit of error, which takes some of Godís words, and rejects others. The beautiful girl knows that all of Godís words are profitable, and seeing which disheartens them, wait with faith because he who wrote them is true, and just, and perfect in all his ways. Now what, shall it never be seen of men, and is glory upon the earth a speaking of that which is within? Nay but we shall see it, our eyes beholding it for none to refute! To recap and be clear what I say, the position of the ugly witches is: ďMen and women are equal, and to be treated with equal honor and respect by all men and women. Men should not consider themselves as superior to women, and women should not consider themselves below men in rank, but speak as though an equal among men. The husband and the wife are equal partners. Women do not have to obey their husbands, neither should husbands think to command their wives. Everything in scripture that says otherwise is the error of men which wrote lies amongst his words, and each must screen out these lies in comparison to what we know today.Ē
Now let there be a comparison between the women who say God loves us just the way we are, women and men are equals and are equals in marriage and in public, for the scripture contains errors and old ways unprofitable for understanding God today; And the women who say God favors beautiful girls, therefore Lord make me perfect, and men are greater than women that their hearts should understand their husband and all men, for Godís word contains no error, and he has said heaven shall pass away, and the earth wax old like a garment, but his words shall not pass away. Let the first then gather together forty women of their choice, even the most beautiful they can find that hold to their view, and let the second take forty of their choice, and present the two groups for comparison before the judgment seat, and before men and women, and before God. And let us say those of the first view gather together the worldís most beautiful women, either wives, or singers, or stars, or models, as we have seen them of the world today. And then now let us behold those women of the second view, whom we have not seen yet, but they shall appear soon to be among us.
They shall look upon them and see: their skin is perfect, and smooth, more smooth and perfect than a computer generated model, yeah, even that, with no speck, nor wrinkle, stain, spot, growth, vein, indentation, scar, or blemish of any sort, neither a hair unbecoming, for it cannot be found, neither does it grow anywhere unseemly for them. The feet of the redeemed woman are lovely, each one carrying her with perfect beauty and grace. Her ankles are works of art as a chiseled stone, dainty and beautiful, neither too fat or too skinny, but in proportion to her beautiful and shapely legs; her legs are well pleasing to every eye. Her buttocks are beyond reproach, with roundness where it is perfect to be round, and firmness where it is perfect to be firm, and softness where it is perfect to be soft, so that her husband cannot see it without ravishing entering his mind, and is the joy of the life of all men; that beauty of the Lordís hand be a joy to them forever. The hips of the woman of God are as beautiful temples, sacred, the greatest thing of beauty, a challis that is the home of man; for each approved girl it is perfect in wideness, perfect in narrowness, with muscle that is perfect, and fat that is perfect; the rise of her loins a joy for every man to see, and is her power and glory. The navel that covers her womb cries out by appearance for a manís tongue. Her waist draws the hands of desire to grab hold, and it belongs to her. She who accepts the order of men and women has breasts one and all, utterly beyond reproach, no matter her style. Each beautiful girl deserves breasts that are a picture of love and glory, with none able to say they are too much this, or too little that, for her mind matches the reality, they are perfect. For the humble that waited on the Lord, and were contrite, her arms are as though made to carry glory itself, and only the Lord can make arms for a woman, not too fat, too thin, too muscular, or too weak, but perfect in beauty. For them who keep their peace, and speak softly in turn, her hands are a thing of beauty, works of art, and never rough, or unbecoming, neither subject to unbeautiful vein, or nail, or callous. They are made for men to desire, that they might hold them in their larger and stronger hands, desiring with the eyes that they might touch them. The Lord has made the earth, and the sea, and the stars, and plants, and the hills, and all therein, that a man might wait for the touch of his woman, living out his days with joy in expectation that his womanís hands should finally touch him. Therefore God has given them to have hands of excellent beauty, her instruments to love. They shall say, Who has hands such as this, so perfect and beautiful, and full of grace? It has not been seen, no, not before they are redeemed.
The people seeing the face of the redeemed shall be perplexed: Is it a child? For who has such innocents and beauty? Is she of age, what lovely childishness! Yet wisdom and prudence are with her, as though a prisoner of many years. Her neck is as a swan, perfect and smooth as glass, and the character of their faces, each one, enough to stop the heart of any man who should look upon it. Their eyes of perfect and lovely, with colors we have not seen, and they are framed in lashes that require no amplification. One looks at their eyes and says, Is it a doll, for they are so lovely and perfect? The nose of the women of God is perfect, not being able less or more to add beauty, and makes for a perfectly cute profile which draws the heart. Each eyebrow is hand crafted, every hair in perfect place, a piece of her character that frames her eyes with much expression. The hair of the elect woman is like nothing we have seen, but perfection is for the patient. The women of the world shall see the hair of the redeemed, and they shall say, How can it be so shiny and so perfect, failing not one out of place, either when riding or in sleep?! Their hair is never broken or kinked, neither falls out; it cannot be found on her brush or in her sink. It is lovely precious colors God has made, with browns that melt the heart, and blacks with deeper colors hidden within. There are yellows and gold, and silver and sapphire, like jewels for menís hands to touch, (for it is made for this) and spectacular reds, flames of fire, and orange as a sunset. All of these are the worthy frames of the most beautiful pictures of paradise, which beauty is the reason for the earth.
Now each who received these things is more beautiful than the children of men, for God has given them the reward of their patients: everlasting glory for their hearts are made perfect. The curse of blood is taken away: The Lord has paid her price. The sorrow of women is finished, they need not bleed for the sin, it is taken away forever. There is joy and gladness, rejoice you women who waited! Your wombs are all fertile soil, and your seed is good unto all generations: it shall not fail. The peace of your children is great, they shall all know the Lord, and rule them over the gentiles their inheritance.
Who were they, these women of greatest fame in the earth? The Lord made them with his hands, yeah, each one a work of art from the great artist. These are they which waited in the shadows, the darkness of obscurity and shame. Only she who waited shamefaced shall inherit everlasting perfection. They are full of sorrow, and speechless with no advocate. They are cast out by their family, misshapen, and afflicted. In their placed they are a derision. The women around them have husbands who love them, and friends to laugh, but there are those who stood alone for seasons and more. Beautiful girls frolicked in places of beauty, with wealth failed not they chose garments of beauty; but the poor looked on, and feigned that they might only sit with the people a space. Women and girls were glorified: they were stars, and singers of great fame, and wives of mighty men, and men of wealth; but the redeemed were not, even to gaze at garments in their displays only wishing, lest they be uncovered as perverse. They were monsters with strange members, and chemistry that made them evil. They were set up as villains with no chance in the script, even the bad guy who must lose. The people hated them round about, their sneers and looks of hate justified as well as unjust. They were not known to choice men, their beauty hidden. Those men whispered against them as though competitors, their teeth sharp, and their tongues much superior to the draw. The sorrowful man was weak against them, and smacked hard should his evil hope be insufficiently suppressed. They hold their loved ones close, and kiss them in front of them, for they know the sorrowful have no one. They accuse, Pervert! and Psycho! and their shame is for real, but the same are the elect women, who waited as such until the day of her redemption. Her seasons are well worn, and her countenance tempered with fasting, therefore her patients is rewarded above them that gave each other in marriage, and had children, and friends, and the love of the world.
Look what she has become, look what she has become! They are glorious through and through, the women who loved his words and stayed their hope with him. Their sorrow is taken away and replaced with gladness. Merriment is always their steps, every one of them friends with the other, neither do they whisper against anyone. Their hearts are perfect, for they have waited on the Lord. Their men shall rejoice over them, for they are a great prize, they are things given to the men that shall inherit; it is the Lordís joy to give them to his friends to have. Unlike the haughty women of this world, they are glad to be as possessions, it is their great joy to know it, for they bless their men to give them ownership of themselves. They honor God to fulfill his mandate: they are possession for Godís men, who earned with a great labor: as gold, and land, and things seen with the eye, and held with the hand: even a girl whose heart belongs to him forever. She will do him good all his days, and she is his glory which is always with him: the honor that walks beside him. We thank you O Lord, for there is no greater thing our God has given us but love: each other. The women friends of the King all understand what is necessary, what they give, and with great joy do they sacrifice all: for that one thing which is greatest.
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