Thank God for Women, But… (Part 16)

Click on following links for earlier articles: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9, Part 10, Part 11, Part 12, Part 13, Part 14 and Part 15.

Thank God for Women, But now is a new season when the Lord will be emphasizing men in His Church. This will not mean a return to legalistic systems whereby women will be forced back under male dominated systems and a return to second class gender status.

But instead, the anointed men of  this move of God will understand the importance of women and their callings, and will not be jealous about the uniqueness of female Christians nor worried that femininity will ever infringe upon their masculinity.

These men will stand guard over the Church so that it is not  divided against itself again because if it is, the American Church will not stand against the evil winds which will soon be blowing against it.

This new season is a time of war.

And men, by their unique God-created designs, are aggressors and warriors, not suited for pew sitting, but rather to be on battlefields, advancing the Kingdom of God against the kingdom of darkness.

Even though men have been seemingly lackluster in their hunger for God over the last twenty years, the Lord is going to send a spirit of breakthrough which will deliver men from their apathy, lethargy and compromise. With the spirit of breakthrough will also come an Elijah anointing to fight the spirit of religion which hovers over America and dominates our traditional church systems.

This new move of God will not be a stylish, politically correct one. It will be messy as religious systems are confronted and fought against by men who are willing to lose their lives to advance the Kingdom of God.

You can expect the media to hate these anointed men of God, but the media will be as straws in the wind to these men who have been especially prepared for this season.

So what can women do?

The Spirit and the Bride say, “Come.” And let the one who hears say, “Come.” And let the one who is thirsty come; let the one who wishes take the water of life without cost. (Revelation 22: 17)

(Conclusion of this series.)


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2 responses to “Thank God for Women, But… (Part 16)

  1. Thank you Larry! This has been a wonderful series, and I love that men will be led out of apathy and that women are not left out of the picture. I’ll keep coming to Him!

  2. Debbie,

    Thanks. I can’t wait until men are men again in the church and women can be themselves.

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