No War On Women In The Bible 

Gods plan for women is just as wonderful as for men.  We are all created equal before God.  Some politicians recently are trying to say that women are not treated fairly.  In some cases that is true.  They also say that the Bible pushes suppression of women.  That is completely untrue.

Women have a powerful calling if they choose to fulfill it.  The is no war on women in the Bible. An amazing woman is invaluable.   Check out this description of a wife in Proverbs.

Proverbs 31:10-31 (GWT)

“Who can find a wife with a strong character?

She is worth far more than jewels.

Her husband trusts her with ?all? his heart,

and he does not lack anything good.

She helps him and never harms him all the days of her life.

“She seeks out wool and linen ?with care?

and works with willing hands.

She is like merchant ships.

She brings her food from far away.

She wakes up while it is still dark

and gives food to her family

and portions of food to her female slaves.

“She picks out a field and buys it.

She plants a vineyard from the profits she has earned.

She puts on strength like a belt

and goes to work with energy.

She sees that she is making a good profit.

Her lamp burns late at night.

“She puts her hands on the distaff,

and her fingers hold a spindle.

She opens her hands to oppressed people

and stretches them out to needy people.

She does not fear for her family when it snows

because her whole family

has a double layer of clothing.

She makes quilts for herself.

Her clothes are ?made of? linen and purple cloth.

“Her husband is known at the city gates

when he sits with the leaders of the land.

“She makes linen garments and sells them

and delivers belts to the merchants.

She dresses with strength and nobility,

and she smiles at the future.

“She speaks with wisdom,

and on her tongue there is tender instruction.

She keeps a close eye on the conduct of her family,

and she does not eat the bread of idleness.

Her children and her husband

stand up and bless her.

In addition, he sings her praises, by saying,

‘Many women have done noble work,

but you have surpassed them all!’

“Charm is deceptive, and beauty evaporates,

?but? a woman who has the fear of the Lord should be praised.

Reward her for what she has done,

and let her achievements praise her at the city gates.”

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