God's Place For The Woman by Miles Seaborn

GOD'S PLACE FOR THE WOMAN
Miles Seaborn
Genesis 2:18, 20-25; Prov. 31:10-20; Eph. 6:22-33

Eash - Because she was taken.

INTRO. Many women today are confused as to their exact
role in life! Like the make image, the role or image
so long held to be that of a woman is being challenged
from every side!

Cosmopolitan Magazine (now a woman's playboy) spends
its time and pages enlightening women how they can be
sexually emancipated. While women liberation pickets
Cosmopolitan in protest that it enslaves women to
become sex objects to men. The hue and cry of today
is to take women out of the drab, dull world of
housework - babies - cooking and get into the
meaningful business world.

As a result perhaps no more unhappy creature on the
face of the earth than many American women. when we
get out of God's will and God's order of things, we
can well expect things to wrong.

No more mystical - marvelous creation than a woman!
Esha - "Because she was taken." She was first to sin
- Gen. 3:6, last at the cross - Matt. 27:55-56. First
at the sepulcher Mark 15:46-47. First to whom the
risen Lord appeared - Mark 16:9. First convert to
Asia Minor Act 16:14-15.

Assurance - Women were crated by God for a purpose.
They were not a biological mistake, or accident - God
made them certain characteristics - where man was to
be the tower of strength, against which could by his
strength withstand the winds and waves of trouble,
woman was created with strength through flexibility.

Inflexibility - man - both needed both useful, both
flexibility - woman complimentary to each other.

Now when we examine God's Word it is clearly
understandable. The question becomes "Am I willing to
be and to do what God made me for?"

I. WOMAN WAS CREATED TO BE A HELPMEET.

1. Gen. 2:18, 21-24 - A counterpart. Not a
punching bag or a doormat, but an equally
important part of the marriage union.

2. God meant ...


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