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Can Women Know The Bible

Do you think it is acceptable for a woman to know God's word(Bible) as well as or better than a man does?

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Yes, Mary and g. So true.By the way Mary, what they mean by a "Jezebel spirit" is a woman who has attributes like the one in the Bible.

What men don't get is that "Jezebel spirit" can be upon a man or a woman.

They use this to call a woman who is chaste and kept herself pure, studied God's word and has a close walk with God, this horrible name!
What do we expect though? Men have been doing it for centuries. Look at what the Council did to the Gospel of Mary? They said is wasn't scripture because it was written by a woman.
The way the disciples did her! Not all but some just shameful. If women weren't important why would Jesus appear to a woman first!
---miche3754 on 2/13/10


Excellent points, g--excellent. I'm just sorry you've been treated that way by some. I personally despise the term "Jezebel spirit"--I think it's demeaning to women in general and I don't believe the dead Jezebel is bugging women today lol!
---Mary on 2/12/10


Larry,

It is the prejudice that is shown to women who know more about the Bible and have a very close relationship with God is why I asked the question. I have heard men say that this is unacceptable and I have been shunned because of it too.
Women like me get called Jezebel's just for seeking God's knowledge and knowing more than a man does.
It is not right but then Jesus did say that the world would hate us just as they hated him.
Maybe men hate women like me because they are afraid.
---g on 2/12/10


Sure enough they can.
For men & women both, if they both get envolved in with using theollogy & phillosophy issues (this makes God' Word say things it dont say, such as the trin-teachings), then they are here, 2nd. Tim.3 v 7.
---Lawrence on 2/12/10


g, I'm not sure the basis for which the question is even asked. Can you explain?
---larry on 2/12/10




Brother , not to be rude , but that is a pretty blasphemous question. Of course women can know the bible as well and better than men. What are they teaching you at your church?



I say this not to condemn you , but even the most old school of fundies I know wouldn't even think to ask such a question. The bible does not have a sexual preference.


Think about this. A woman sees a man at a bus stop. Something stirs in her heart and she decides to share the gospel with him. She is well versed in scripture and ready for his questions and objections. She leads him to jesus.


Two weeks later , the man dies. I don't even need to say anything else.
---joshman on 2/11/10


ABSOLUTELY! It is up to God, who knows what.
---catherine on 2/11/10


In the Spirit, there is no Jew or Greek, male or female but all are one. Wisdom and understanding knows no gender but is a gift from God who loves us equally and is not a respecter of persons.
---jody on 2/11/10


Women can and often do know the bible better then many men. So yes they can. It is men's own fault that they do not take the time or effort to study the word of GOD the way they should.
---Samuel on 2/11/10


We can read:

1Pe 1:5 Who are kept by the power of God through faith unto salvation ready to be revealed in the last time.

Ro 10:13 For whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved.
14 How then shall they call on him in whom they have not believed? and how shall they believe in him of whom they have not heard? and how shall they hear without a preacher?...
17 So then faith cometh by hearing, and hearing by the word of God.


Are women not saved by faith unto salvation, as are men? And without benefit of a preacher, would not the Bible serve to profess the Gospel of the Kingdom--to women, as to men?
---BruceB on 2/10/10




Our entire Salvation was based on the Faith of a women.. Mary. It was indentical to the faith of Abraham. She could have easily have not believed Gabriel. Much like the male counterpart Zacherias did. But she believed unquestioned, and our Messiah was born.

Also, the witnesses of the ressurected Christ were Women. Who in those days could not even be witnesses in court. Imagine the embarassment and fear of the Apostles. That our whole faith was based on the eye witness of women. One of them was once possessd by 7 demons. That is also how we know the story was true. In no way a false story would have had woman as the key witnesses to starting The Church. HMMM? I guess Christ had some foresight.
---PASTOR_JIM on 1/12/10


--g: (Is that your REAL name?) What kind of a dumb question is that? Are you a muslim?
---jerry6593 on 1/10/10


God choose Deborah,Ruth,Ester...etc...and all the other woman to use for his purpose.
His Will is acceptable.
---char on 12/18/09


//But she cannot teach in the church.

So we should fire all of our sunday school teachers most of whom are women. That would certainly serve the purpose of keeping children away from ever knowing Jesus. And whom do you think would like to see that?

Any ignoramus can see that women sunday school teachers have been effective in leading children to Christ.

O' maybe we could be obedient to the Scipture by having women teach off the church grounds.
---Lee1538 on 12/18/09


//2Thess 3:6 Now we COMMAND YOU, brethren, in the NAME of our Lord Jesus Christ, that ye WITHDRAW yourselves from every brother that walketh DISORDERLY, and not after the TRADITION which they received OF US.

I would be careful with this verse since any study of early church history would reveal that communal worship on the Lord's Day - Sunday, was a tradition started by the Apostles and their immediate successors.
It is just too easy to see from the church fathers that the Jewish Sabbath was not observed by the early church outside of Palestine. In fact,only Jewish Christians continued to observe the Mosaic laws.
---Lee1538 on 12/18/09


Yes, it's acceptable for woman to know God's word EVEN better than a man.

Please share your undestanding! Make sure sharing doesn't contradict the words of our savior, even The Law and the Prophets!

But she cannot teach in the church.

2Thess 3:6

Now we COMMAND YOU, brethren, in the NAME of our Lord Jesus Christ, that ye WITHDRAW yourselves from every brother that walketh DISORDERLY, and not after the TRADITION which they received OF US.

2Thess 3:14 And IF ANY MAN obeyeth NOT our word by this epistle, NOTE THAT MAN, that ye have no company with him,

(The above taught 45/65 yrs INTO CHURCH AGE!)


Are some walking disorderly against the traditions TAUGHT INTO THE CHURCH AGE by true apostles?
---Paul9594 on 11/15/09


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God is no respecter of persons. With Him there is no male nor female. He regards all people with the same love that He bestows on one of His own.

Women can and do know God's Word as well as any man. We walk the same strait and narrow path as men. We work out our own salvation with fear and trembling.

Jesus was the first to raise women up to a level of respect, but God has always had the same regard for women as for men.
---Sandra on 11/15/09


Sorry Darlene, it is a term I use.

PC means Politically Correct Church ladies
Who are both male and female.

They are Carnal Pseudo Christians who go through the church motions, have no Spiritual substance, and do not attend Bible Studies. But you will always see them on line at potlucks. Or doing Church chores.

Sadly Political Correctness has invaded the churches to the point were you can no longer tell the difference between a Christian church and a Liberal Non profit organization.

Sometimes you can see it on some of these posts as well. The I'm Okay, Youre Okay or the We Dont Judge crowd. They believe God has no wrath.
---Pastor_JIm on 11/13/09


Pastor Jim thank you,nice of you to say so. I'm sorry but I don't know what a PC Churchlady means. This Greatgrandmother is just not up on all the ways of Texting or Computer Lingo.
---Darlene_1 on 11/13/09


Darlene 1, that was good post! Well put. Deborah was one of my favorite woman in scipture. I wish more Christian woman would use her example. She's not what you call a PC churchlady.:)
---Pastor_Jim on 11/8/09


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yes as a catholice
---rajesh on 11/8/09


Rod4him, has answered the question very well when he said,

"There must be more behind this question because all believers are at different levels of maturity with God."

That is the obsolute Truth. It does not matter whether you are a man or woman, God reveals His word to each one at a different time and sometimes does not reveal something to someone that He revealed to someone else. You can go through life not knowing something that someone else already knows.
---MarkV. on 11/6/09


Christians should learn the Bible to the best of their ability. Women with a higher IQ than some men will learn any written material better than those men unless those women also have a learning disability. It will always hold true that there are women who know certain parts more than men and some men will know some parts more than women,that is just life. Women who are closer to God,more Spiritual,and seek his truth about the Bible will also have a better grasp of the Bible's meaning. The same is true for men who seek Gods help in understanding. Deborah was a judge of Israel and given authority to judge all,including men,in her appointed district. She also was a Prophetess and went with Barak to lead men to war.
---Darlene_1 on 11/6/09


Good observation on the distinction between knowing the Bible and knowing God.

If people are not careful, things of God become academic rather than a relationship.

In a marriage relationship, do people want the partner only knowing about the other and only doing things for the other, or do they want a relationship (friendship) with the other.

To answer the blog question, it is appropriate for a woman to know God as well as a man.

There must be more behind this question because all believers are at different levels of maturity with God.
---Rod4Him on 11/3/09


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It's amazing how the standard focus has always been to know THE BIBLE instead of KNOW GOD (sad).

To each and every person (to each individual), God will be (to them)...

....AS THEY THEMSELVES ARE.

In other words, if the individual has insecurities and is judgemental (they pick on people), then, to them, that is how GOD WILL BE (picking on us). Since the person is obsessed with POWER to decide whether others deserve a penalty, they will think of God as OVERSEER/MASTER/taskmaster (not "Abba Father").

No matter how much of THE BOOK a woman knows, it is more likely that their understanding of God as "Abba Father" will show in their daily life.

It's time to focus on GOD instead of THE BIBLE.
---more_excellent_way on 11/3/09


Sure. I still remember certain passages even though I don't read the Bible so much anymore. It actually kind of gets on my nerves when my husband acts like he knows more than me about the Bible. I still have to remember to go to Revelations to prove to him that something I remember being there is there. He loves Revelations, but he didn't recall something that I recalled in it. But it has always gotten on my nerves when someone treated me like I didn't know what I was talking about and I usually knew for sure that I did know what I was talking about.
---amand6348 on 10/28/09


If God's Spirit within us leads us into all truth
then it is not dependent on gender to know the truth

if God gives IQ and Intelligence for learning equally then there is no question to the intelligence of both genders

the only difference will be in the responsibilities that God may assign to each to do in fulfillment of the great mission - winning souls for the kingdom

to one He gave to be prophets, to others teachers, evangelists etc.
---patie3447 on 10/26/09


"Some people make a habit out of loving other people MORE than they love themselves in order to gain acceptance, but we should love others only AS MUCH AS we love ourselves, NOT "MORE" than we love ourselves (we are all spiritually equal)."

Thank you for putting that in perspective. One will only love himself as he discovers that God loves him. Everything else is outflow. Vertical relationship first--receiving from and ministering to the Lord, then ministering to others what He has deposited in you.
---Linda on 10/26/09


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Some people make a habit out of loving other people MORE than they love themselves in order to gain acceptance, but we should love others only AS MUCH AS we love ourselves, NOT "MORE" than we love ourselves (we are all spiritually equal).

The Lord warns against "self abasement" (Colossians 2:18, belittling/abasing "SELF") because WE (the individual) should be the best person that we wish to be (not the best that OTHERS want or say we could be).

In other words, we should look up to no one except JESUS (we should not belittle/abase ourSELF by loving others MORE than we love ourselves).

Neither does one gender have more spiritual significance than the other (in Jesus, there is no gender).
---more_excellent_way on 10/26/09


1 Thess.5:23
Now may the God of peace sanctify you wholly, and may your whole spirit, soul, and body be preserved blameless unto the coming of the Lord Jesus Christ.

All three parts of man are listed there, and in the order of experience.
---Linda on 10/23/09

Nice job. Your wisdom/input scriptures are needed here ms linda.....
---Trav on 10/26/09


Churchgoers still imagine themselves to be spiritually either male or female, but, as a spirit creation (new creation) that is INside Jesus's body, we are...
..."neither male nor female".

Inside Jesus,...
"we live and move and have our being" (Acts 17:28).

At first, I wasn't really sure that the original question was considered a serious issue by more than a very few.

Who was it that impressed Jesus so much that Jesus CHANGED HIS MIND?

Matthew 15:28
"O woman, great is your faith!".

...or touched His robe with 'TRUSTING faith' as though He was the fountain of life without even requesting permission (and she got the expected result immediately)?...Mark 5:34.
---more_excellent_way on 10/26/09


Well said, Jerry.
---alan8566_of_uk on 10/25/09


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I know that I love my daughter just as much as I do my two sons. Why should our heavenly Father love His daughters any less? And if He loves them (and He does), then He would want to speak to them through His Word.
---jerry6593 on 10/25/09


Do you know about the Early Desert Mothers? A amma is a women who is a spiritual mentor or leader, either for one or more individuals or as a head of a monastery. There were many in the early centuries of the Church, and still are in the Eastern Apostolic Churches. Read The Forgotten Desert Mothers: Sayings, Lives, and Stories of Early Christian Women by Laura Swan. Beautiful sayings from many Holy Mothers. These were women who dedicated every aspect of their lives to contemplation and seeking union with God, through regular practice of fasting, praying, self-denial, and generosity toward the poor.

A women can know Holy Scriptures and the Spiritual path. The Holy Mothers are examples. Knowing God's Holy Truth is for all.

In IC.XC.,
---Ignatius on 10/24/09


I think both men and women should know God's Word the Bible as well as they can in order to grow spiritually with the help of the Holy Ghost
---Sissy3396 on 10/24/09


Linda, you gave a new definition to the words Logos and Rhema. By redefining something different, it gives more room for speculations. Even your last sentence was correct,
"I agree. Men and women alike can know the Bible but not know the Author of it, thereby missing the entire nature of the One the words speak of. That is the difference between logos and rhema."
That was all truth, then you said,
"Logos is what you write about someone. Rhema is the one you write about. One can walk, the other can't"
Where did you come out with that? That is not the definition. Is it what you spiritually think it means?
Donna's definition would have suited what you wrote very well. Why name them different?
---MarkV. on 10/24/09


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to more excellent way:
1. bible says: love ur neighbours as urself.
it does not say:love your neighbours as themselves.
right?
so if i am a new comer, i wish to get a free bible instead of money for bread, or a big smile with a selling book.
if so, am i wrong?
2. bible says: Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path.
so if i give the best to others, what should i give?
3. we should give, yes. if we had not the ability to feed others by God's words, we must feed them by ourselves (our spirit or our flesh).
we give what we need, or we give what they need? this is a question.
---dsda on 10/24/09


Linda---//That is the difference between logos and rhema. Logos is what you write about someone. Rhema is the one you write about. One can walk, the other can't.//

This is new one to me! I've heard those that say Logos is the written Word of God while Rhema is special word given to an individual.

I've never heard of a Greek scholar who validitated that the Bible writers deliberately made such a distinction between these two Greek words.
Can anyone name one for me?
---Donna66 on 10/23/09


more excellent way-- my reference to "hospitality" had to do with the habit of many churches of creating a "hospitality commiitee", run by women, to be in charge of church social functions.
---Donna66 on 10/23/09


"There are people all over the world that don't know how to read and don't have regular access to any bible information, but they love God very much (a love devotion, God is LOVE, the "GREATEST of these", 1 Corin. 13:13).

Just because we can read the bible, we should not let that interfere with our love for God.

A LOVE devotion is a "more excellent" way of devotion (1 Corinthians 12:31)."

I agree. Men and women alike can know the Bible but not know the Author of it, thereby missing the entire nature of the One the words speak of. That is the difference between logos and rhema. Logos is what you write about someone. Rhema is the one you write about. One can walk, the other can't.
---Linda on 10/23/09


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2chron 19:7-"Wherefore now let the fear of the LORD be upon you, take heed and do [it]: for [there is] no iniquity with the LORD our God, nor respect of persons, nor taking of gifts".
---metuschelah on 10/23/09


I've seen alot of inhospitable replies here, but I don't think they were based on gender, (NOT THAT IT'S OKAY to disrespect each other BY BEING "INHOSPITABLE").

Knowing society's general habits today, it's not surprising that a woman would think that the disrespect is gender based, but I've seen more than a few people being replied to inhospitably (it is only "great queens" that demand an abundance of "RESPECT", that's why I speak of HOSPITALITY)...

1 Peter 4:9
"Practice hospitality".

We are not to love others MORE than we love ourselves, but neither should we actually LOVE OURSELVES at all (or are you needy?).

Humility does not demand/need or request "respect".
---more_excellent_way on 10/23/09


Miche, I have to admit I didn't understand the intent of your question at first. Most of the time, the unveiling of the Christ within us is not as noticeable to us as it is to others. In this journey, little "snippets" of Him in us are seen by others. I am less concerned with what people see outwardly and greatly moved by WHO they discern in me and experience through me. I inwardly groan along with creation for the full expression of Him through His whole body but, until then, I am blessed to get to experience Him personally every day as my Redeemer, Savior, Deliverer, Healer, Peace, Joy, Righteousness, Refuge, Fortress, Secret Place, Hope, Comfort, Life, Light, et al. What is there that He is not? .
---Linda on 10/23/09


That man was sick all those years, even though he came to the pool, simply because of the selfishness of the people. All those years, unable to get into the pool because of his infirmity....people rushing by him to be first, uncaring as to his burden and forgetting that it is cause of Christ to deny yourself, take up your cross, and follow Him. If only one had just stopped to carry him and put him in, the supernatural would have broken
---Linda on 10/22/09

Ooooh, Linda this was good. If you look at the prophecy that was fulfilled....the very thing you speak of fulfills and tesify's of truth. Don't know about the continuation of the water thing....but, haven't studied it either.
---Trav on 10/23/09


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Real devotion is NOT LITERARY/literal (text/bible/commentaries), it is a matter of the heart (and "MIND")...

Romans 2:29
"a matter of the heart, spiritual, NOT literal".

Romans 12:2
"transformed by the renewal of your mind".

There are people all over the world that don't know how to read and don't have regular access to any bible information, but they love God very much (a love devotion, God is LOVE, the "GREATEST of these", 1 Corin. 13:13).

Just because we can read the bible, we should not let that interfere with our love for God.

A LOVE devotion is a "more excellent" way of devotion (1 Corinthians 12:31).

Have a "FAITH FOR faith".
---more_excellent_way on 10/23/09


Oh, you better believe it is! WOMEN ARE SMART.
---catherine on 10/23/09


I know some people think this was a stupid question but it is something that does need to be addressed.
We all have seen how some men who disrespect the women on these blogs because they have been blessed by God with knowledge of his word.
So, to those who think this was a stupid question, PLZZZZZZZ:-P.

Some women on these who have great knowledge and great hearts for God :
Kath, Suzie, Linda, LindaH., Anne, Donna and I apologize if I missed anyone. But ALL the ladies on this site should be given respect and not "spoken" to the way some of the men on this site talk to them.
TO the men who are respectful, God bless you for obeying God!
---miche3754 on 10/23/09


To more excellent way:
Have a LOVE devotion, not a BOOK devotion.
my question: what is the difference if the book is bible.
why they are different? plz answer.
---dsda on 10/23/09


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Galations 3:28
There is neither Jew nor Greek,
there is neither bond nor free,
there is neither male nor female:

for ye are all one in Christ Jesus.

And also there is a hierarchy to God's order if that is part of your question?

1Co 11:3
But I would have you know,
that the head of every man is Christ,
and the head of the woman is the man,
and the head of Christ is God.

An example of a woman having better understanding than a man:

1Sa 25:3
Now the name of the man was Nabal, and the name of his wife Abigail:
and she was a woman of good understanding,
and of a beautiful countenance:
but the man was churlish and evil in his doings...
---SuzieH on 10/23/09


"Do you think it is acceptable for a woman to know God's word(Bible) as well as or better than a man does?" Of course.

In Christ "There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither bond nor free, there is neither male nor female: for ye are all one in Christ Jesus" Gal. 3:38
"Gal.5:6
"[There is] one body, and one Spirit, even as ye are called in one hope of your calling" Eph. 4:4
"And I, [saith the LORD] will pour out of my Spirit upon all flesh: and your sons and your daughters shall 'prophesy' (speak forth by divine inspiration)." Act 2:17
Father is no respecter of persons. He does not discriminate. The only requirement is faith, which is made effective by love."
---josef on 10/23/09


Good one, Donna. It is my experience that the very same men who treat women as though they cannot or do not know the Word of God nor the one true God are the same ones who will command that women follow the Scripture. I don't know about you, but I don't follow someone I don't know.
---Linda on 10/23/09


there is not a thing wrong with any woman knowing scripture,and nothing wrong with a wife that knows more scripture than her husband.Knowing scripture is the base for sending satan fleeing,jesus replied with scripture 3 times as satan tempted him.A mans job is to be the spiritual leader in his family,and to have authority over his wife.Now that dont mean he carries a whip around like indiana jones.God gave men authority at the fall.The real issue today is men aren,t doing their GOD GIVEN JOB.
---tom2 on 10/22/09


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HA...HA....HA.....HA.....HA....HA....HA That's all I got to say about this question. It is realy, realy, really silly.
---KarenD on 10/22/09


It is small wonder that the author of this question will not display an identity longer than one letter. That's an indication of their ability to have an identity.

Consider the source of the most appropriate expression of love for Jesus...

Luke 7:38
"at his feet, weeping, she began to wet his feet with her tears, and wiped them with the hair of her head, and kissed his feet, and anointed them with the ointment".

Comparatively, mankinds feeble attempts to master 'knowledge' are as disdain and mockery of the most high God.

1 Corinthians 1:27
"God chose what is weak...".
---more_excellent_way on 10/22/09


Without a well established "soul" (conscience/identity), we cannot have a soul that loves. Without a soul that loves, we cannot truly "seek".

Song of Solomon (Song of Songs) verse 3:2

"I will seek him whom my soul loves".

The person at the well was WAITING FOR and RECOGNIZED Messiah. Jesus did not cast His pearls before those who would have no use for them, but told her of THE LIVING WATER.

David chose to be INside the body of the promised Messiah (David's lord) and was carried away inside His body.

Acts 2:34
"'The Lord said to my Lord, Sit at my right hand".

Have a LOVE devotion, not a BOOK devotion.
---more_excellent_way on 10/22/09


Yes. Strange question. I should have said ONLY IF women are as accountable to God as men are.
---Donna66 on 10/22/09


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Nice answer Lee and Donna with your collective succinct common sense but I think you've been duped. The questioner cannot possibly be serious with that unbelievably dumb postulate. He's simple throwing out stupidity hoping to start an argument between our sisters in Christ and the few Neanderthal men who visit this blog.

What's next,"do you believe in gravity?"
---larry on 10/22/09


OH BROTHER! This takes the cake!
---Mary on 10/22/09


Only if women are less accountable to God than men are.
---Donna66 on 10/22/09


//Do you think it is acceptable for a woman to know God's word(Bible) as well as or better than a man does?

If you were to check the authorship of those that have contributed to the New Interpreters Study Bible (NRSV), you would find that nearly half of them were women from accredited schools.

Gender has nothing to do with knowledge nor with spirituality nor with abilities.

I would go even further and state that gender has nothing to do with church office qualifications either as a women have already been proven to be effective as pastors, elders & deacons.
---lee on 10/22/09


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The Bible is for ALL people, male, female, white black, red, yellow, it doesn't matter who you are God wants you to know Him and love Him and receive His free gift of salvation, PERIOD!!!! ANYONE who thinks the Bible is only for men or any other specific group, they are sadly mistaken.
---tommy3007 on 10/22/09


--g,What has gender got to do with bible knowledge??
In the free world male chauvinism is a thing of the past!
There's no doubt that the bible is a chauvinistic book where women were chattel bought sold and traded but that was then this is now!
If Apostles were chosen in this day and age, they would not be all men!IMHO!
---1st_cliff on 10/22/09


I am so glad that this was asked!
I get a lot of criticism for knowing God's word and having a relationship with him. Might be why I am still single, LOL.
I put God first and know that I am to obey HIM, so some men don't like that. I guess they think I am supposed to succumb to my flesh and sin against God for them and that if I didn't know God's word on this and I didn't have such a close relationship, I would fall prey to them and sin. BUT no way jose! I ain't falling for that. LOL!
---miche3754 on 10/22/09


Wow! What a question!

I don't know the Bible well enough to be able to find any scripture that says one way or the other.

But many men know their Bible far less than me ... and some Christians know the Bible hardly at all.

I cannot imagine that women are supposed to know even less than those men!
---alan8566_of_uk on 10/22/09


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I not only believe it is acceptable for a woman to know God's Word, the Bible, as well as or better than a man but also to know the Author of it as well as or better than a man.
---Linda on 10/22/09


The Bible says that the word is a lamp unto our feet and a light unto our part and thy word have i hid in my heart that i might not sin against thee it also said thatwe must study to shew our self aproved unto God 2 women in the bible run with the word of God the woman at the well and mary from the tomb i believe women need the word just as much as the men
---angea7669 on 10/22/09


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