Monday, July 1, 2013

The Emasculation of Men

In this article, the author gives 32 reasons why American men are being emasculated.  Among them are:  less men are in the work force, during the recession men lost twice as many jobs as women did, more than half of middle management jobs and health care jobs are now held by women, only 51% of people are now married, men play too many video games, more women than men are in college, lack of fathers in the home, and pornography.

Wow, if Satan wants to destroy a country, he destroys the men.  How did we get here???  I believe a huge reason is feminism.  Men were created by God to be the leaders.  All throughout the Bible, the men were the leaders except in very rare circumstances.

When women begin acting like men and wanting to be like men, they take away a man's motivation for being a man.  If there weren't so many women in the workforce, there would be a lot of jobs available for men.

If women would learn to have quiet, meek, and submissive spirits who wanted to please and serve their husbands, there wouldn't be so much divorce.  If sons had fathers at home to teach them how to be men and train them in the ways of the Lord, they wouldn't be steeped in pornography and video games.

Let us put on the full armor of the Lord and fight this spiritual battle.  Begin by loving and obeying your husband.  Love your children enough to discipline them and weed out the rebellion in them.  Learn to be chaste, discreet, and good.  Do everything you can to be a keeper at home if you have children.

We don't wage war the way the world does.  God's ways are completely opposed to the world's ways.  We don't win by becoming stronger, more aggressive, and in leadership positions.  We win through prayer and doing things God's way.

Finally, be strong in the Lord and in his mighty power.  
Put on the full armor of God,
 so that you can take your stand against the devil’s schemes.
Ephesians 6:10

"The first priority of any serious program against poverty is to strengthen the male role in poor families." - George Gilder