The Power of Mutual Submission in a Christian Marriage

by Joel & Kathy

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Dilip Ho February 25, 2010 at 7:57 pm

Interesting that you say that the desire of fallen woman is love.

Rather it is a desire for a husband to rule over her, because he works all the days of his life (Gen. 3:16 & 19).

Fallen woman is a digger, not a lover.

And this is because she is under the law of a husband, which she needs to be freed from (Rom. 7:3); She needs to be dead to this law, if she is going to be married to Christ (7:4 with 2Cor. 11:2); Without which she has another Jesus; another gospel; and another spirit (11:4).

It takes the power of God to make us love (2Tim. 1:7).

No woman could be free to love, unless Christ made her free of the above entanglement (Gal. 5:1).

This is why no freed woman could be happy to love one man of the occasion of the flesh, when she is free to love neighbor (Gal. 5:13-14).

Your occasion, the law of marriage, is against the commandment (Rom. 7:11 & 3). Jesus said the commandment is love (Jn. 13:34).

The only outstanding question is: Can you hear, do you see, are you reachable, because without understanding herein, you cannot be converted, so that you could be healed [able to love].

Just NOTE this conculision: according to the above Scriptures, you are in another gospel; with another Jesus; in another spirit, because woman have but one espoused husband, and His name is Jesus! (2Cor. 11:4 & 2).

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