By Kenneth E. Hagin
Nowhere are ladies given extra freedom to talk, train, pray, shout, and carry liable positions than in Pentecostal church buildings. Rev. Hagin offers ex-plicitly with those and different confusing concerns. displaying what the Scriptures say
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He will never take the part of wrong. If He did—then He would be wrong. " It is recorded in the Pentateuch. The first chapter of 1 Samuel records that when Hannah, the mother of Samuel, had a little difference with her husband, she spoke her mind and had her way. It proved out to be God's way. Abigail was a wise woman whose husband was a fool. " By disobeying her husband, she saved a critical situation and won the favor of David. If she'd listened to her husband, there would have been much bloodshed.
No, the extreme teaching of ultimate reconciliation is erroneous, devilish, misleading, and does damage to the body of Christ. And I wanted to use it as an illustration. Now coming back to this woman question, can't you see that you can do the same thing with this? When one man tried to make his point with a verse of Scripture he was clinging to, I pointed out to him another Scripture. "Well," he said, "there may have been some exceptions. " No! If an interpretation doesn't harmonize with all other Scriptures, then the interpretation is wrong.
Paul certainly would not prevent women from speaking messages given to them by the Spirit. " Paul could not countermand the Lord's order by saying, "The daughters shall not prophesy," could he? And neither can any other man. " Yet, if the husband were not a Christian, he wouldn't know anything to teach his wife, and she might have to teach him. She might even have to take authority which is not really hers—because children need to be taught in the home. If the husband is not going to take his place and read the Bible and pray with the children, the wife should.
The woman question by Kenneth E. Hagin