The Left; The Serpent Hates The Woman…Gender

The evil we see unleashed upon this society has a source and a diabolical purpose. Pastor Randle shares the truth with us in this important and timely post.

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And I will put enmity between thee and the woman, and between thy seed and her seed; it shall bruise thy head, and thou shalt bruise his heel.(Genesis 3:15)

And the dragon was wroth with the woman, and went to make war with the remnant of her seed, which keep the commandments of God, and have the testimony of Jesus Christ.(Revelation 12:17)

We see by these texts that the Serpent of Genesis becomes a Dragon by Revelation. He is the enemy of all mankind, the original murderer and tempter, whose task is to alienate all men from God. But the Dragon/Serpent hates women in particular.

Judeo/Christian civilization has recognized the uniqueness of women. A women is elevated, by God, she is the receptacle of new life, salvation would come through the woman. She is different, uniquely made, she has weakness that make her worthy of protection and dignity, she is…

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7 Responses to The Left; The Serpent Hates The Woman…Gender

  1. Naomi says:

    Hi Eliza,

    This was a very informative and enlightening article, particularly for those of us who struggle to hold onto traditional female values (biblical) in our homes and wherever we find ourselves in daily life.

    One thing I did question was Pastor Randle’s use of Revelation 12:17 to refer to women literally. My church’s Pastor had a different interpretation which I personally hold to and believe is worthy of serious consideration: that the woman is the believing remnant of the nation of Israel during the tribulation period. I took notes during a sermon where he spoke of this and have reproduced the link here if you’d like to check it out: https://aeon01.wordpress.com/2014/09/28/sermon-on-matthew-249-10/

    Would be glad to hear your thoughts.

    Love in Christ,
    Naomi

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    • Eliza says:

      Thank you for reading, commenting and sharing. I’d love to read what you have posted. I think that Pastor Randles was using that verse for application and not as an interpretation. There is only one interpretation, rightly so, but there can be more than one application of a verse/passage.
      Love in Christ. Eliza

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    • Eliza says:

      Hi Naomi,
      I read what your pastor preached; he did an awesome job of preaching the truth. Praise God you have such a godly man to shepherd you. What he taught is true. I hope that my explanation about interpretation vs application helped you. Thank you for posting that here. Many can be instructed in the truth about the end times through that godly preaching. Maybe I will just reblog it because it is so good. Thank you Naomi. Love in Jesus, Eliza
      May our glorious Lord and Savior Jesus Christ bless you abundantly in your walk with Him. Amen!

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      • Naomi says:

        Thanks Eliza, you’re a big encouragement. Kindly keep writing and posting, I’m learning much biblical truth each time you do. I’m glad you found my pastor’s notes edifying.

        This scripture came to mind just then when I thought of you:
        Iron sharpeneth iron; so a man sharpeneth the countenance of his friend. (Proverbs 27:17).

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  2. Contrary to the propoganda of the atheistic humanistic liberal thinkers, Christianity liberated women. It was rather revolutionary for the Apostles to identify the women as being the first to see the risen Christ. This simple fact gives their record a ring of authenticity. A fabricated story would not have credited women because in Roman Society the testimony of the female would have been scorned. But our Lord cherished the devotion of the ladies who followed him as the record of His life attests. Paul frequently refers to the women in the Church, indicating that heir role was valued. Having specific roles for men and women in family, society and the Church is not inequality, but a simple following of God’s pattern. It is the liberal agenda which devalues women and in so doing undermines the divine order.

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