God's Plan for a Woman (4 of 6) by Jeff Schreve
This content is part of a series.God's Plan for a Woman (4 of 6)
Series: Understanding the Sexes: God's Blueprint for Men and Women
Pastor Jeff Schreve
As some of you know, I grew up in the Houston area and went to high school in the late 70s. My years of high school were '76 to '80. And in the late '70s, in that timeframe when I was in high school, there was a popular show on television that, if you watch it today you laugh at how bad it was, but it was very, very popular. It was with a beautiful actress named Linda Carter, and it was called "Wonder Woman." Do you remember "Wonder Woman?" She was incredible. And if there was trouble, she would just spin around and all of a sudden she'd just have this get-up with red boots and a tiara and her hair just so nice, and then she would go beat somebody up. And she had this rope that was really cool at the time. And you watch it now. Go on U-Tube and watch an episode of "Wonder Woman" and think, The people back in the '70s were dopes. I mean, you know, it's like, "How did they ever do this?" But that was a popular show. And it would, it came at a time where the idea of being a wonder woman was very, very in and vogue and popular. And the idea that, hey, the woman needs to get out there and she needs to do and do and do, and she can do it all. Hmmmm.
There was a commercial that was on around that same time period. It's for a perfume called "Anjolie." And in the commercial there was a little song about a woman.
She's dressed in a business suit. She has a big wad of cash. And she says, "I can home the bacon." And then they show her and she's in a bathrobe with a frying pan, fry it up in a pan. And then she's in this slinky dress and she says, "And never let you forget you're a man, 'cause I'm a woman. I can do it all. I can work a full-time job, and I can take care of everything at home, and then I can be this desirous woman, and, it's because I'm a woman." And that song, that little commercial song, came from the very famous Peg ...
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