A few quotes from Lori today: Do you enjoy being home full time? Some young women get bored being home all day so they find part-time jobs or other ways to fill their days away from home. With all of our modern conveniences, it’s easy to have the time to leave the home and find… Continue reading When Bible Study and Play Dates are Considered “Gadding About”
Lori has a post up about the women’s rights marchers and how God doesn’t call women to do that. I largely agree, but her response to Michelle is such a typical Lori move, I wanted to highlight it. Michelle comments: Fair enough point. Lori’s snotty response: Commanded to speak in love but nicely chides her… Continue reading A Bible Verse it to be Used as a Period
I quickly dropped this story of a Dad teaching his daughter about emotions in Bird Watching last night and was too busy to comment. Upon reading the story again I think it warrants it own post. Watch the video too. Instead of getting upset with her, he took the opportunity to teach a lesson on… Continue reading Dad teaches his Daughter about Emotions Better than any Godly Woman Could
Lori posted this on facebook yesterday. Here she is giving men a way out of loving their wives because hey they aren’t perfect so wives don’t expect your man to love you as Christ loves the church. In fact, don’t expect him to love you at all. That is just crazy and too burdensome a… Continue reading On Husbands Loving Their Wives- “Christ does not commmand the impossible” (A man tells Lori she is wrong and gets deleted).
Check out the snobbery here. If too many people claim salvation, clearly it can’t be real. Its a narrow path, darnit! I guess only 1,000 are allowed to claim salvation? 100? Or maybe its 144,000 like the Jehovah Witness believe.
In the hustle bustle of the morning I was reminded of the Moana Song “You’re Welcome”. Its totally a mom song and thought there must be a parody. Sure enough. Here is some morning funnies for you.
Since the settling topic has been the flavor of the week, I am dragging out this dustball I wrote in 2013. From a chapter of Womanhood and Marriage written in 1918 by Bernarr McFadden: IN the days when women were looked upon as mere chattels, owned outright, first by father and later by husband, there… Continue reading Marrying Out of a Sense of Duty