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{November 3, 2009}   My point of view on men.

I had a request for my point of view on Chapter 11 in the Right People Right Place Right Plan bible, book discussion.

Below is an auditable of what I shared with a few friends elsewhere.  At first it will start very similar to this post, but if you listen, you will hear my input and my thoughts on the subject.

I did put more of my thoughts in the auditable verses the written due to the length in the written version. 

 

update 4-1-2011:  I apologize, the site that hosted the audibles closed. I will see if I saved them on a back up somewhere and update this post.

 

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Curtis says:

Very commendable for such a young woman. Yet quite a bit of it was stuff that I could get from the bible or at church. Just wondered what your own personal thoughts are about why men are important. You are also very important. And you are important to God. What you have to offer is very important also. Never underestimate yourself. Since you appear to not only be an attractive young woman, but very dedicated to Christ and sensible – there must be an extreme shortage of qualified men.



Curtis are you still around? Did you change over to WordPress? If so, look at my reply to your question posted today. 🙂



G says:

Yes, a shortage of qualified men in deed. I know I am important and know my creator and heavenly Father loves me as his daughter, his princess, and intends to use me somehow, if not already. My own personal thoughts of why my home feels incomplete, rather why I feel having a man around is important? I guess I am not understanding your question, didn\’t I already state this? or Must I dig deeper into myself to answer this? Waiting on your response Curtis, what is it that you feel I have not shared?



gthecoolest says:

Wow alot of time has passed and obviously Curtis, your question has been at the back of my mind for quite some time now. I haven’t even taken the time to write on Chapter 12 and felt I couldn’t until I could answer your question. Here is my thought on this topic, “Why are men important.”

Men have strengths women do not, they have insight to offer children that women do not. Just the same in why a Man can not understand and offer what a woman can. I think God created Man knowing all that needed to be tended to and accomplished. A woman was created to help the man and offer comfort. Commonly, Men are the authoritative person in the home due to women being consumed by emotion and can’t always be the stern one in a crisis a child might go through or the family in general. Usually a man can provide clarity where a woman might be to involved with her feelings. Christ tells the man to love the woman he has as HE, Christ, loves the church. For the church is His bride. Jesus gave his life for the church (us), so a man should love and honor his wife as such. Honor is a word I looked up just this morning in reading Psalm 46. It has several definitions, I will list a few. 1)honesty, fairness, or integrity in one’s beliefs and actions. 2)a source of credit or distinction: to be an honor to one’s family. 3)high respect, as for worth, merit, or rank. 4)such respect manifested. 5)high public esteem; fame; glory: earned position of honor. …. Ther are several more explanations of the word honor that I won’t list here. In the last year and 4 months, I have learned to trust men again and know without doubt they are a valueble asset in one’s life and family, if walking with the Jesus and submissive to God’s will and command. A woman can experience real love from a man who is a husband rather then one who is merely dating or a casual outing. She can find a person who will care, listen, and hold her when she just needs that extra TLC. (Tender loving care). The child or children can find direction and character in showing respect in love to a woman or how to interact to the world if lead by a good man.

I hope this will finally close this topic. Waiting to hear from you Curtis. 🙂 I hope life has been treating you good. ~~ g



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