Or, ‘waiting for God’s perfect time’ as it is known among churchians. I was thinking about my last post on ‘going the distance’ in regards to women hitting the wall and the notion of doing nothing made me thing of it’s spiritual equivalent. I imagine most Christians who stop and think will recognize the affliction instantly. Women get hit with this piece of ‘advice’ more than men, although I know some boys, myself included, have been recipients of this particular brand of stupidity.
It works quite marvellously for the feminist element infecting the church these days. You can convince women that they are special little princesses who only need to wait for our Heavenly Father to send them a perfect man. And since western civilization Churchians have thrown out Ephesians Chapter Five* and embraced frivolous divorce, little mistakes such as marrying the wrong fellow can be ‘fixed.’
“It wasn’t the time God has for you. He isn’t The One God picked out for you.” Oh look. My bile is rising, right in line with the Lord’s perfect time.
Now, the hopelessly optimistic might think that this means a women who wants a divorce should be rebuked. Not for divorce. Don’t be ridiculous. She didn’t feel loved. What monster would want her to stay in that sort of relationship? I meant rebuked because she must not have waited for God to set a man down right in front of her. A man who would accept her curves*, her spunk and wit**, and her lovable friends***. Yeah right. Get your logic out of here. The modern Church is all about acceptance. Unless you’re a dude. In which case stop reading and wife up a lard slut snowflake princess.
Back on topic, you just don’t really see much of churches calling out the sort of behaviour that is rampant among the faithful. God forbid they actually read and follow the guide book He gave us. It might make them feel unhaaapy! And guess what? That sort of attitude is killing churches. This blase attitude is quite literally killing the churches who think following secular culture won’t be so bad. It ain’t just that bad. It’s worse. I was a member of a church that decided the bible didn’t really mean all that stuff about divorce, homogamy and what have you. It won’t last. The only churches that haven’t fallen into the red are the ones that left the organization.
This is the problem. The notion of God’s perfect whatever is part of an illness infecting the church. Altogether it takes away responsibility and then consequence. Fortuitously, a large chunk of the maonsphere is seeking to implement the cure. *spoiler alert* It’s killing feminism and its socialistic siblings. *end spoiler* Well, no one is feeding us to large predatory mammals yet and the church has weathered worse than this. In the mean time we should get started on a live feed sermon for the red pill takers.
*rolls of fat
*** just as bad as her. They can talk for hours and say nothing.