Saturday, June 28, 2014

Let's Be Honest

Women:

How many of you try to juggle a full time job, kids, and making your home look neat? Its hard isn't it? Your husband expects you to handle it too!

Its time to take a stand ladies. Get out of that job, or find one that allows you to work from home, or find a job you can take the kiddos to. Tell your husband you are a MOTHER, WIFE, and HOME MAKER. In order to be a proper woman and a testament to God's will, you need to take charge of YOUR position in the home, and tell your husband that it is a sin for you to be away from your home and children, and you wont stand for it. Tell him you will not work a job that will take you away from home and the children. You do not want strangers watching your children. You do not want your house to be a mess. You do not want him to come home to anything less than a home cooked meal!

Men: When your wives do this, please remember God created them to be keepers of the home. Don't let them sin. Of course, they MUST submit to you, so if you say no, thats fine. But women cannot be expected to juggle a job away from their home and their children.

Women, if your husband says go to work, then go to work. But it would be in your best interest to try to work from home if you must work. Or do like I did, and find a little job working the nursery!

11 comments:

  1. Yeah, what church pays a nursery worker? That's a ministry and something you should do for God. Instead you capitalize off of your church's children.

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    1. I DO do it for God. It just so happened that our little church is growing rapidly and needs a couple of extra workers, and feels they should pay their hard workers. I have volunteered with the nursery for years, and they decided to ask me to come on as a paid employee. My husband prayed about it, and decided it was okay.

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  2. Did your husband ask you to get a job or was working to make extra income first selling trinkets and now the church nursery your idea ?

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    1. It was his idea. I already stay home with my children.

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  3. I would love to see photos of your beautiful family!

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    1. No photos of the children, I want to protect their privacy.

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  4. I have my hands full with 4 kids ages 5 and under. 4 hours in church would be too long for them. After 2 hours they need lunch and a nap! Especially my 14 month old.

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  5. "Your position in the home" - correct! Either cooking, minding the children, or the missionary position. There are not other options.

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  6. I will never submit to man. That is not how I was raised. I was raised to be an independent woman and I will never let a man stop me from doing anything. You have obviously been brainwashed if you think the only way you can live is if a man is supporting you. I'm an out and proud lesbian and will NEVER need a man to support me. Please respond joyfully as always.

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  7. Thanks to the generous entitlement programs, I can be a stay at home mom to my 11 kids (soon to be 12!). I love how God provides health care, HUD housing, donated clothes from members of our church, food pantries and food stamps to support our growing family!!!

    My husband works hard, but doesn't make much. We don't believe in birth control and God has shown us that he does indeed provide! Praise the Lord.

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