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Twelve Extraordinary Women Quotes Showing of It is her love for her husband.

The love between husband and wife is the real key to a thriving family. A healthy home environment cannot be built exclusively on the parents’ love for their children. The properly situated family has marriage at the center; families shouldn’t revolve around the children. They were partners and companions, fellow-laborers in the garden. His first words upon meeting her express a profound sense of wonder, genuine delight, and abiding satisfaction: This is now bone of my bones and flesh of my flesh.

Clearly, he already felt a deep, personal attachment to Eve. She was a priceless treasure to be cherisheda worthy partner to encourage him, and a pleasing spouse who would love him in return. Instantly, he adored her and embraced her as his own.

Women are in no sense intellectually or spiritually inferior to men, but they were quite clearly created for a distinctive purpose. In the economy of church and family, the Bible says women should be subordinate to the authority of men. Yet scripture also recognizes that in a completely different sense, women are extraorfinarias above men–because they are the living and breathing manifestation of the rxtraordinarias of a race made in God’s image.

But Sarah’s devotion to her husband is nonetheless commendable, and God honored her for it. It is not merely a physical union, but a union of heart and soul as well. The woman was taken out of man. They shared the same essential nature. She was not a different kind of creature; she was of exactly the same essence as Adam.

She was in no way an inferior character made merely to serve him, but she was his spiritual counterpart, his intellectual coequal, and in ,acarthur sense his perfect mate and companion. Where you die, I will die, And there will I be buried. The whole message of feminist egalitarianism is that there is really nothing extraordinary about women. The message these women collectively give is not about “gender equality”; it’s about true feminine excellence. And this is always exemplified in moral and spiritual qualities rather than by social standing, wealth, or physical appearance.

But there’s no confession. Adam seems to have realized that it was pointless to try to plead innocence, but neither did he make a full confession. What he did was try to pass off the blame.

He immediately pointed the finger at the one closest to him: So quickly did sin corrupt Adam’s mind that in his blame shifting, he did not shy away from making God Himself an acessary to the crime. This is so typical of sinners seeking to exonerate themselves that the New Testament epistle of James expressly instructs us, “Let no one say when he is tempted, “I am tempted by God”; for God cannot be tempted by evil, nor does He Himself tempt anyone.

But each one is tempted when he is drawn away by extraordinafias own desires and enticed”James 1: Adam, however, was subtly trying to put at least some of the blame on God himself. That was true enough 1Tim 2: No matter what means Satan may use to beguile us into sin — no matter how subtle his extrqordinarias the responsibility for the deed itself still lies with the sinner and no one else.


Eve could not escape accountability for what she had done by transferring the blame. Scripture says, Macarthut the city was excited because of them; and the women said, Is this Naomi?

Naomi means pleasant, and in an earlier time it must have been a perfect description of Naomi. The fact that so many women remembered her and were so glad to see her suggests that she had once been a extraorxinarias soul, beloved by all who knew her. Dcoe now her life was so colored with sadness that she told the other women, Do not call me Naomi; call me Mara, meaning bitter, for the Almighty has dealt very bitterly with me.

I went out full, and the Lord has brought me home again empty. Why do you call me Naomi, since the Lord has testified against me, and the Almighty has afflicted dxtraordinarias This was not a complaint as much as a heartfelt lament.

She knew, as Job did, that ist johhn the Lord who gives and takes away. She understood the principle of God’s sovereignty. Extraordinnarias calling herself Mara, she was not suggesting that she had become a bitter person; but, as her words reveal, that Providence had handed her bitter cup to drink. She was the hand of God in her sufferings, but far from complaining, I think she was simply acknowledging her faith in the sovereignty of God, even in the midst of a life of bitter grief.

Everything scripture tells us about Naomi indicates that she remained steadfast in the faith throughout her trials. She was not unlike Jobshe was a woman of great faith who withstood almost unimaginable testing without ever once wavering in her love for God and her commitment to His will.

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So hers is actually an impressive expression of faith, without an ounce of resentment in it. Boaz and Ruth exyraordinarias marriedand the Lord soon blessed them with a son. At the birth of this child, the women of Bethlehem gave a blessing to Naomi as well: Bless be the Lord, who has not left you this day without a close relative; and may his name be famous in Israel!

And may he be to you a restorer of life and a nourisher of your etraordinarias age; for your daughter-in-law, who loves you, who is better to macarthhr than seven sons, has borne Him. But Adam, who in effect was acting as an agent and proxy for the entire human race, plunged all of humanity at once into sin.

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In the words of Romans 5: Every one of Adam’s progeny was condemned by his actions. And that is why the whole human race is said to be guilty because of what he did, and not because of what Eve did.

Ultimately, it is impossible to make sense of Scripture at all without understanding this vital principle. In an absolutely crucial sense, even the truth of the gospel hinges on this very same idea of representative headship. Scripture says that Adam’s headship over the human race is an exact parallel of Christ’s headship over the redeemed race.

In the same way that Adam brought guilt on us as our representative, Christ took extraordiharias that guilt for His people by becoming their head and representative. He stood as their proxy before the bar of divine justice and paid the price of their guilt before God.


Jesus also did everything Adam failed to dorendering obedience to God on behalf of His people. Therefore, ‘by one Man’s obedience many will be made righteous’. In other mujdres, Christ’s righteousness counts as ours, because He took His place as the representative Head of all who trust Him. That is the gospel in a nutshell.

Don’t get the idea, however, that Eve’s sin was excusable because it wasn’t as deliberate or far-reaching as Adam’s. Eve’s sin was exceedingly eextraordinarias, and her actions demonstrated that she was a full and willing partner with Adam in his disobedience. Incidentally, in a similiar way, we all demonstrate by our own willful deeds that the doctrine of original sin is perfectly just and reasonable.

No one can legitimately cast off the guilt of the human race by protesting that it is unfair for the rest of us to be tainted with guilt for Adam’s behavior. Our own sins prove our complicity with him.

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Human religion, philanthropy, education, self-betterment, self-esteem, and all other attempts at human goodness ultimately fail to provide adequate camouflage for the disgrace and shame of our fallen state. All the man-made remedies combined are no more effective for removing the dishonor of our sin than our first parents’ attempts to conceal their nakedness with fig leaves.

That’s because masking over shame doesn’t really deal with the problem of guilt before God. Worst of all, a full atonement for guilt is far outside the possibility of fallen men and women to provide for themselves. Los capacita para ver sus pecados como son y los faculta para despreciar lo que anteriormente amaban. God created men and women differently with a purpose, and His plan for them reflects their differences. Scripture is clear in teaching that wives should be subject to the authority of their husbands in marriage and that women are to be under the authority and instruction of men in the church.

No podemos poner la fe al alcance de nuestros propios corazones o atraerla con solo nuestra fuerza de voluntad. Dios es quien abre nuestros corazones para creer. But remember, although Eve was given a subordinate role, she remained Adam’s spiritual and intellectual equal. She was his helper, neither his supervisor nor his slave. By calling her Adam’s helper, Scripture stresses the mutuality and the complementary nature of the partnership. Eve was in no way inferior to her husband, but she was to her husband, but she was nonetheless given a role that was subordinate to his leadership.

In His incarnation, Christ willingly “made Himself of no reputation, taking the form of a bondservant”. He became an outcast and a public disgrace, being made a curse on our behalf.

He remains even now a stone of stumbling and a rock of offense. The gospel message, too, is public scandal–mere foolishness and shame as far as those who perish are concerned. But to those who are saved, it is the power of God. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.