by Jeff Schreve

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And God Created Woman (2 of 7)
Series: Desperate Households
Pastor Jeff Schreve
1 Peter 3:7

Day 6 in the days of creation. And God reached down on Day 6 and He reached down into the dirt and He formed man from the dust of the ground. And He breathed into his nostrils the breath of life, and man became a living soul. And He called that first man Adam. And He took Adam and He put him in a beautiful garden called The Garden of Eden. And Adam was there with the Lord, and he was there with the animals, and everything was wonderful. But the LORD said, "It is not good that the man should be alone. I will make a helper suitable to him, corresponding to him. And so God caused a deep sleep to fall upon Adam, and He performed the first surgery, and He took out from Adam's side a rib. And from that rib God fashioned a beautiful creature known as woman. And He brought this woman to the man, Adam. And Adam freaked out. He was so excited. He said, "Wow! This is bone of my bone and flesh of my flesh. She shall be called Woman, for she was taken out of man. And from Day 6 of creation man has been working and play, praying and pleading to understand this complex creature called Woman.

Well, in keeping with our theme of God Created Woman, I don't know if you….look up here. I wanted to kind of illustrate to you the significant differences between a man and a woman. And I thought it might be really fun if we did it with shoes. Work with me. Okay. I'm going to start with a man's shoes. This is one of Jeff's dress shoes - black. This is his dress shoe in brown, okay. This is a more casual black dress shoe. What shoe do you have on tonight? Okay. Enough said. This is his casual wear-with-jeans shoes. Okay. Are we noticing any kind of similarities between every single pair of his shoes? Okay.

Now a woman's shoes. Let's just start with flip-flops. We have a casual flip-flop. We have a flip-flop to wear when it's raining. We have a more frou-frou flip-flop. It's a little, yo ...

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