A meme has been going around social media sites lately that states this: “Parents, I can’t stress this enough…Teach your daughter economic independence so in the future she can have a partner, not a master. Teach your son to do housework so in the future, he can have a partner, not a servant.”
This post is a slam against biblical roles laid out in the Bible. It’s a way to mock them.
Do you know that there’s nowhere in the Bible that commands women to be economically independent? Yes, many will use the Proverbs 31 woman as an example but even in Proverbs 31, there’s no command for women to earn money and she wasn’t a career woman as many claim. In fact, we are told in 1 Timothy that older widows are to be supported by family and relatives, and if she has none, then the church is to provide for them. Nowhere does is say that older widows must go find a job to make money in order to survive. Younger widows aren’t told to have a back up plan “just in case.” No, they are told to marry, bear children, and guide the home. The men are to be the providers of the women.
Are husbands who work hard to provide for their families servants to their families? Yes. They are serving their families by working hard so their families will be provided for, and this is good. Are women who stay home, bear children, and guide the home servants to their husbands? Yes, as their help meets, they are serving their husbands by taking care of their homes and children, and this is good.
Our culture has made serving others as something disgusting and something that we should flee from. God tells us that the greatest of all is the servant of all. Our lives should be full of loving and serving others. “I beseech you therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God, that ye present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable unto God, which is your reasonable service” (Romans 12:1). What our culture considers evil, God calls good. Don’t be sucked into worldly, godless thinking. Learn to love to serve your husband and children! When you are serving them, you are serving the Lord. “And whatsoever ye do, do it heartily, as to the Lord, and not unto men” (Colossians 3:23).
This popular memes wants to make sure that sons and daughters are being raised with no clearly defined roles. No, it’s not wrong for your daughters to learn to make some money (while not going into debt for Marxist’s colleges) and sons to learn to do some homemaking, but the role of provider is clearly the men’s role and homemaking is clearly the role of women. Our culture has elevated having a job and making money and devalued homemaking, but each role is good, needed, and beneficial for the family. God’s roles create peace. This meme creates chaos and strife.
And he sat down, and called the twelve, and saith unto them, If any man desire to be first, the same shall be last of all, and servant of all. Mark 9:35
(Weddings and all they represent- banned) Communism under the cover of COVID Covid is an excuse to do to small business owners what Stalin did to the Kulaks in Ukraine:Exterminate them. The Holomodor.Communists don’t want anyone to be economically independent. “Mine is just one corner of a city filled with millions of people. One tiny slice of life. But it’s magnified by thousands, possibly millions, of other shuttered businesses all over the world. Businesses gone bust, dreams destroyed, lives ruined, all because of a lockdown over a phony virus.”
by Mike Stone(henrymakow.com) Nothing is more beautiful than a bride on her wedding day, and no window display is more beautiful than the one at the bridal shop down the street from where I live. Mannequins wearing snow white wedding dresses, images of gushing young brides, everything artfully displayed and presented. Of all the display windows in all of the shops I have passed in my life, none of them has filled me with more joy than this one. None of them has so consistently brought a smile to my face. None of them has so clearly represented love, marriage, motherhood, the future, and everything good about life.
Thanks to the lockdown, that bridal shop is permanently closed. I passed by there today. The store is empty and dark, the once beautiful window covered with dust and graffiti, the street in front littered with trash. Other casualties in my neighborhood include a service station, a car dealership, a print shop, a dry cleaner, a Pilates studio, two gyms, two coffee shops, and countless restaurants, all of them permanently closed. Their windows and walls covered with graffiti, their parking lots littered with trash. The businesses still standing are hanging on by their fingernails.This is just one corner of a city filled with millions of people. One tiny slice of life. But it’s magnified by thousands, possibly millions, of other shuttered businesses all over the world. Businesses gone bust, dreams destroyed, lives ruined, all because of a lockdown over a phony virus. Behind each of those businesses are people: owners and employees. They’re gone too. What level of anger, shame, and sadness do you think they must be feeling? How does a person cope when everything they’ve worked and dreamed of attaining in life is forcibly wiped out by uncaring and corrupt government officials? I wonder, do they cry themselves to sleep at night? A great irony of all this occurs when I walk past the shops to the residential neighborhoods. I see Riding With Biden signs prominently displayed in front of homes and apartment buildings. People actually voting against their own best interests, voting to destroy their own neighborhood.
Since the #scamdemic began six months ago, the number of homeless men in my neighborhood has tripled, from around thirty to what looks like over a hundred; and the number of homeless women I’ve spotted has gone from zero to a dozen. These aren’t your typical bag ladies either. They’re young women in their twenties and thirties who are now living in tents on the sidewalk. The guy living in the alley behind my building calls to me from his cardboard shelter and asks if I can spare any pants. The one pair he owns is shredded. In my closet I find two pairs of pleated gray slacks; brand new, never worn, perfectly pressed. I’m hesitant to part with them, but how can I not? If Creepy Joe steals the election and institutes a nationwide lockdown as he said he would, we might all end up living on the street. The day might come when I’m forced to ask a stranger, “Brother, can you spare a pair of pants?” The people instigating the lockdowns and, even more so, the people supporting them all share one thing in common: they continue to draw a paycheck. They’re either working for the government or they’re able to work from home. None of them has suffered a loss of income. None of them has ever known the pain of life without a livelihood. But it’s not just government officials and employees who are complicit in this most nefarious of crimes. There are the order followers. Those mindless police officers and sheriffs who have harassed, ticketed and even arrested brave and honest American citizens for doing nothing more than trying to earn a living and support their families. Although, I must say that the police and sheriffs in Los Angeles have been outstanding, refusing to enforce the governor’s latest insane demands for a 10 PM curfew and a canceled Thanksgiving.
There’s also a third group responsible for this mess: the mask-wearers. Those willfully ignorant dumbasses who continue to wear their face diapers. In some ways, they’re the most insidious ones of all. Without them, none of this would be going on. Without their daily reminder of mass insanity, everyone would realize what a gigantic fraud it all is. If ordinary people came to their senses and ceased wearing those utterly useless face masks, the entire false narrative would come crumbling down. Alas, I don’t see that happening anytime soon. The majority of people in this country are brainwashed to the point of no return. The good news is we don’t need all of them. People are so robotic they’ll follow whatever the herd is doing. All we need is a small percentage of them to wake up and then the others will follow en masse. Keep the faith. Don’t throw in the towel. If Trump is declared the winner of the stolen election, we will have a slight window of time to right the ship, to get things fixed. Pray that happens.——Mike Stone is the author of A New America, the first novel of the Alt-Right, a dark comedy set on Election Day 2016 in Los Angeles – – Available on Amazon. Related – Almost One-Third of Small Business in New Jersey Have Closed