God Told Eve to Submit; He Didn't Tell Adam to Rule
By David J. Stewart
Genesis 3:16, “Unto the woman he said, I will greatly multiply thy sorrow and thy conception; in sorrow thou shalt bring forth children; and thy desire shall be to thy husband, and he shall rule over thee.”
God didn't go to the man, Adam, and tell him to rule over his wife as a dictator. No, rather, God came to Eve and told her that Adam, her husband, would rule over her; which required submission on Eve's part. That is very interesting.
God didn't come to Adam and tell him to rule by force. No, rather, God went to Eve and taught her that Adam would be her ruler. God was telling Eve to submit to Adam's authority. The message from God hasn't changed in 6,000 years ladies... THE MAN IS THE KING OF HIS CASTLE!
God didn't go to Adam and say, “I want you to rule over your wife and keep her away from any more serpents.” No, God came to Eve and said, “Your husband is the authority over you.” God came to Eve because Biblical marriage is impossible without an act of submission on the part of the wife. God did not intend for force on the part of the man; but rather, for submission on the part of the wife. God plainly instructed Eve that Adam would rule over her. If women would simply obey the Bible, by submitting to their own husband's authority, then it would solve most marriage problems.
In our heathen American culture a man's God-given authority in the home is not protected, nor even recognized by the courts. Feminism has overtaken and ruined our nation. Women these days refuse to submit to their husbands. I find it interesting that women push men into marriage, and then when the marriage doesn’t live up to the fantasy women have in their minds, they kick their husbands to the curb. Basically men who get married in Western countries are in a no-win situation when the wife decides not to obey anymore.
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