When I Look At Today's Woman

When I look today's woman, such as this American Thinker article portrays, I'm so thankful that my grandmother and her two sisters (my aunts) are no longer around to see how far women have declined in our society over the past three generations.

The women of three generations ago, not only didn't have time to protest; that word never entered their mind, because they were too busy taking care of their household (they had a work ethic), which included children and a husband (no living together before marriage ideology back then). They had a service oriented mindset, which led to their happiness and fulfillment in life (cf. Proverbs 31:10-31 (NET) - see article).

What has changed today's woman from the woman that existed three generations ago? The Feminist Movement and the Women's Liberation Movement, for one thing. The non-conformity to willingly submit to her husband's God-authorized leadership (Ephesians 5:22-24) is another.

The ever-changing technology age has caused both men and women to become more self-centered, less productive, and more lazy than ever before. They simply have too much time on their hands, and as such, their idle minds have become workshops for the devil (see here and here).

What's the solution to the above restlessness and dissatisfaction of today's woman?

Bring God back into our society, and put people back to work (see article), where they won't have the time, nor the energy to protest. And bring back attitudes of thankfulness for all things that God has provided for our health and happiness (see article).

Mike Riley, Gospel Snippets

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