God created women to reflect the splendor of mankind above all creation.

Written by on September 30, 2018

 

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Genesis 2:20 explains the reason why woman was made and it says, “…and for Adam there was no help meet for him.” Translated in its original language, this means, counterpart, to stand with, or to surround and match his front. It means,“…and for Adam there was no one meeting his image or matching his likeness.” In other words, no creature was fit to stand with Adam; not one could match his superiority or correspond with the glory of man. There just wasn’t anything else fitting Adam physically, intellectually, and mentally. There was nothing else like him.

 

Ladies, you can imagine rightly that in every way Adam was so fine. The woman was the only being created explicitly that could “front” him or “surround his front.” No other creature could stand boldly up front with him. She was the only one that could stand with him matching his likeness because she was taken out of him. That’s why Adam declared in Genesis 2:23, “this is now bone of my bone, flesh of my flesh: she shall be called Woman, because she was taken out of Man.” There goes the lie of evolution.

 

It was Eve that was physically designed to match Adam’s oppositeness, surround his front, and be the reflection of his image, not the apes of evolution. Hmm, wonder what would happen if we wore that on a wet t-shirt…, lol. Everybody say, “Back in the day…”

 

Unless married, God’s women don’t have to get naked to get heard. Our message still stands.

 

EVE. — > Not EVOLUTION.

 

When woman was created, Adam who was extremely intelligent recognized she had the same physical, intellectual, and mental attributes that boldly matched his. Adam understood that she was his counterpart. He connected the fact that they were not made exactly the same, for their two whole figures complimented one another in an opposing fashion causing them to fit together in one flesh. It is not that they were half man and half woman to begin with. They were already two whole complete beings. There was nothing lacking in either of them. Adam was a completed perfect man and Eve was a completed perfect woman. God had to create the woman complete because she was the only entity able to stand with man reflecting their superiority over the whole universe. You see ladies, there’s nothing that God didn’t already put in our make-up—physically, emotionally, intellectually, spiritually—in every way. Every time you look at yourself in the mirror, you ought to be reminded of where you didn’t come from. She was complete because man was complete. Man was complete because God was complete. I believe when Adam saw Eve for the first time, he saw a reflection of his image from God and he knew at that moment just how great his completeness was.

Lesson 8 – Pondering Questions, continued

How Much is Your Self Worth?

Textbook: Spiritual Identity by Dr. Merle Ray

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  1. Benita Edwards   On   November 8, 2020 at 7:43 am

    “As for God, his way is perfect: the word of the Lord is tried: he is a buckler to all those that trust in him.” Psalm 18:30 Thank you, Abba Father, for You made who I am and revealing to me who You are. Therefore, it lets me know just how special women are to You, but showing me how dear I am to You – “I will praise thee; for I am fearfully and wonderfully made: marvelous are the works; and that my soul knoweth right well.” Psalm 139:14
    “God created women to reflect the splendor of mankind above all creation?” …🧐😇 Ahh, “reflect the splendor” – the GLORY of the Lord!! I see us as glory carriers right from our wombs. Lol, the pouch (“womb”) of a kangaroo came to mind. Fyi: that’s not their birthing canal.

  2. Tanika Guidroz   On   October 1, 2020 at 9:05 pm

    How does knowing how God created woman resonate within you? BECAUSE IT ALLOW ME TO KNOW HOW GOD REALLY FEELS ABOUT ME AS A PERSON; I THOUGHT HE HATED WOMEN BECAUSE OF ALL THE HELL WOMEN GO THROUGH; DOMESTIC VOLENCE; MOLESTATION, RAPE, MENTAL, EMOTION, VERBAL ABUSE; ETC.
    What is the significance of the statement, “God created women to reflect the splendor of mankind above all creation?” WE ARE LIFE… THAT IS WHY GOD ALLOWS US TO BRING FORTH LIFE: TO BRING FORTH CREATION; TO MULTIPLY HIS CREATION..

  3. Yolanda Perry   On   July 16, 2020 at 7:16 pm

    God made woman compliment the man. All creatures had a mate except Adam and God did not want Adam to be along. I agree with the comment above.

  4. Diana Williams   On   May 24, 2020 at 3:53 pm

    I agree with the following statement “God created women to reflect the splendor of mankind above all creation?” Within Woman, God placed His ultimate perfection within us, and has equipped us with everything needed to shine forth His Glory in the earth.

  5. Barbara Crater   On   May 17, 2020 at 12:04 pm

    Adam understood Eve, and their individualities. I agree that we need to remind ourselves as women that we are complete individuals created by God. Everything we need, male and female was and is created inside of us.

    • Evelyn Wilson   On   May 17, 2020 at 5:48 pm

      I agree that there’s nothing that God didn’t already put in our make-up—physically, emotionally, intellectually, spiritually—in every way. Every time we look at our self in the mirror, you ought to be reminded of where we didn’t come from. and that we was complete because man was complete. Man was complete because God was complete. and yes maybe when Adam saw Eve for the first time, he saw a reflection of his image from God and he knew at that moment just how great his completeness was.

  6. brendab   On   April 24, 2020 at 6:25 pm

    Because Adam’s structure was different then all the other creations that God had made, I agree with the comment that there was no one or nothing that could equal Him, therefore God created woman, someone that stood upright like him and who could communicate on his level and be able to reproduce others like them

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