Feminism and the Emasculation of Men

Feminism was present in the garden of Eden through Eve and we see if flourishing like a wild fire out of control as we get closer to the end times.  How was there feminism in the garden?  If we look at the headship order we see that God created Adam first and put him in charge, Eve was created as a helpmeet/helper for him Genesis 2:18.  If Eve was following the headship order she would hae talked with her husband on an important subject such as obedience to God's Word and we see Adam turning to blame Eve, therefore the beginning of the emasculation of men. 

The male headship order was created by God and in Genesis 3:16 He states the husband will rule over the wife.  Male headship continued on through scripture in the Old Testament where the men are the leaders and into the New Testament. 

In 1 Corinthians 11 Paul explains it in depth that Jesus is the head of man, man the head of woman and God the head over all. Ephesians 5:22 (and Colossians 3) says for women to submit to their husbands Ephesians 5:23 says the husband is the head of the wife, 1 Timothy 3:4-5 talks about how the man rules his house, 1 Peter 3 says women are to be in subjection to their husbands.
We also see in 1 Corinthians 14 that women are to be silent in the body, 1 Timothy 2 women are to not ursurp the authority of man, 1 Peter teaches husbands to honor their wives as the weaker vessel.

(We have many articles that share about the role of women, please go there and read through the articles to get a full understanding of the wonderful plan that God has for women.
http://spiritandtruthdiscernment.blogspot.com/search/label/WOMEN )

Do you see the clear picture here that men are to be the leaders and women are not?  Then how is it when we are out witnessing and speaking to professed believers (who claim to live by God's Word) most often the women are stepping into the roles of men?  They are usually the ones who approach us while the men stand behind.  They brazenly (as oppposed to having a quiet spirit and being shamefaced like God's word instructs)  get right in our face to contradict God's Word and defend their unbiblical practices.  When asked if they have a husband, elder or male spiritual head (as God's Word says men are to lead) they mock and scoff.  They claim 'didn't Jesus talk to women?'  Yes, Jesus did in John 4 but let's be sure we stay in context. Jesus was at the well, the woman came to draw water and Jesus asked for a drink.  She asked why He was talking to her and He shared who He was.  He then asked her to go get her husband of which she didn't have and revealed that He knew this.  There was more discussion and the woman left to tell the town.  Did she get in Jesus' face and demand He explain who he was?  Did she get angry and walk off when He asked her to get her husband and exposed her sin?  No, she wanted to hear Him.  Quite the opposite of what we encounter.

What kind of 'professed Christian' women do we meet when we are trying to draw them out of their sins and into truth?  Kind, gentle, shamefaced women who ask questions?  No, every time it is a harlot dressed, feminized, bold woman defending her sinful ways.  There are times we have women who don't start out that way (not often) but once they get past the introduction and find out that we are calling them to repentance, they show their true inner self.  Then when we ask them if they have a husband or spiritual head, they get irate instead of acknowledging that God's order works through male headship, then they stomp off in their feminization, oftentimes dragging their emasculated men with them.

Men are afraid to speak up to their women.  How do we know this?  We have asked men why they don't teach women to biblically dress or cover, submit or be silent, shamefaced etc.  and they have no answer other than a look of fear on their faces.  Is this called effeminate?  The other responses we get are an eye roll and comments about legalism.  (Most often their wives are the most feminized).  God's Word in 1 Corinthians 6:9 says the word effeminate is 'soft'.  That's what we see in American 'Christian' men; soft, fearful men afraid of their wives.

There are times where feminism is shown through the woman without her even saying a word such as her husband discussing spiritual matters and she is walking around, wandering here and there making him wonder where she is.  Sometimes women will storm off to get in the car and then come back to interrupt her husband (who is in a spiritual discussion) grab the keys and jump in the vehicle.  When women do this we see the power they have over the man because he's constantly either looking to see where his wife is, or to check to see if she's angry, thereby showing her control over him.  This is a soft, feminized man.

Another way we see feminism is in a woman's dress.  Most professing Christian women in America dress like harlots.  Tight, revealing clothing (or lack of it), make up, jewelry, decorated materials, uncovered styled/dyed hair etc.  This is a harlots mindset to expose her body to men and usurp the word of God in disobedience.  We see massive amounts of it every time we stand outside a religious body and they file out.  God's Word says to set no vile thing before us, we have to look away when they walk out of their religious building! We have had many men admit they would prefer women to not dress that way but they are AFRAID to do anything about it! We even see feminism in the anabaptist groups! Many of the groups have women who wear very form fitting dresses made of decorated materials, their headcoverings are so unbiblical (not a hanging veil) and their husbands are afraid to do anything about it.  Men (even the anabaptist men) admit that women dress that way to show themselves off but because they are feminized/emasculated, they are afraid to do anything biblical about it.

Feminism also dictates the spiritual direction of the home (instead of God's order of the man leading.)  Women are running around all over the internet following all sorts of doctrines, bouncing from one religious body to the next and often in tow is the emasculated man.  Read 2 Timothy 3 about weak willed women ever learning but never coming to the knowledge of truth.  

There are times we meet men who see through the lies of the man made religious system and have some spiritual truth about them but they are stale, not progressing and often we learn the wife is a big part of the problem. The men see the pagan holidays (Christ-mass and Easter) but the wife continues to celebrate it, leading the children into it.  They see through the tithe and waste of money on the building, utilities, updates, parking lots but the wife loves the people and won't stop handing over the money.  They see there should be holiness and separation but the wife loves the carnivals and festivities they put on and drag the children to them.  They see through the harlotry in the 'professed christian' women but their wife dresses just like them and in suit dresses their children in the same manner.  On and on the list goes....

Some women will say 'but my husband is not leading so someone has to'.  No, God's Word explicity tells a woman what to do if she her husband does not obey the word:

Likewise, ye wives, be in subjection to your own husbands, that, if they obey not the Word, they also may without the Word may be won by the conversation of the wives; while they behold your chaste conversation coupled with fear.  1 Peter 3:1-2

Peter also goes on to explain the characteristics of a godly woman with a meek and quiet spirit such as the holy women of old being in subjection to their husbands.  THAT is what a godly woman does when her husband does not lead. 

Godly men need to put their foot down in their homes and demanded holiness and obedience from those (wives and children) claiming to be of Christ and stop selling out the things of God to submit to their feminist wives.

God's Word warns about such a time...

As for my people, childen are their oppressors and women rule over them.  Oh my people, they which lead thee cause thee to err, and destroy thy way of thy paths. Isaiah 3:12

In America we see Isaiah 3:12 coming to play.

Where are the godly men?

Watch ye, stand fast in the faith, quit ye like men, be strong. 
(1 Corinthians 16:13)

Translated that means:
Be viligent, stand fast/perservere in the faith, act like a man, be strong.

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God be praised!