Monday, November 14, 2011

A Real Man vs a Boy

This statement speaks volumes. 

Dear women, be encouraged to wait for a gentleman, counsel other women to wait for a gentleman, counsel your daughters and granddaughters to wait for a gentleman.

If you are married to a boy then draw near to God every moment of every day and pray.  Let God do the work in that boy.  He is the One and Only who can do far more than we can imagine.

Ephesians 3:20-21
"Now to Him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to His power that is at work within us, to Him be the glory in the church and in Christ Jesus throughout all generations, for ever and ever! Amen." 

Your job is to glorify the LORD.  You can not make your boy choose to be a man.  

You can glorify God, live for Him, and do next things for Him while you pray and give your boy to God.

1Peter 3:1-6
"...they (husbands) may be won over without words by the behavior of their wives...your beauty should be that of your inner self, the unfading beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit, which is of great worth in God's sight..." 


Anonymous said...

What a joke this post is, it just shows you how much in denial you American women are.
First of all, American women like you don't want "gentlemen", that's a fact. If you women wanted "gentlemen" then you would have appreciated them from the start instead of constantly rejecting them for bad so called "exciting" guys. You and your fellow sisters on this website end up SETTLING for so called "nice guys" or "gentlemen" once your "bad boy" goes to jail and/or deserts you and your kids.
The truth is that you and your fellow sisters still desire those "bad boys" but since you are losing your physical beauty as you age you then realize that you can't have them anymore so you are stuck with the so called "gentlemen" which you women actually despise.
I think it's funny and hypocritical how you women become Jesus lovers as you age, once your "thug" and "bad boys" leave, you women then claim that you don't need a man but really, who are you women kidding.
By the way I love God and I love Jesus. I am just calling things as they are.
I am saddened that I ever met American women, if I could do my life again I will purposefully avoid them, it'a a bad thing to encounter prideful, selfish, superficial, vail and cruel people, it really is.

The Piper's Wife said...

Sir, I am the only one who is responsible for this blog. Your anger fuels your comment and your over-generalization of women. And as a Christian man you need to rethink how you respond to your troubles.

You attack and yet you do not know me. Perhaps you have misunderstood my short post which was to encourage women not to settle for a boy but wait for a gentleman.

As for me and the Christian women I have known through my life, their intent has been to choose gentlemen and would never consider a boy, although many have been deceived by a boy in man’s clothing - to their detriment.

Future rude comments will not be posted as my blog is to encourage not to tear down.

Glenn E. Chatfield said...


The point of the post is that there are “boys” who are married (or just in a relationship) yet constantly go after, or just lust after, other women, thereby making the woman they are with jealous. A “man” treats his woman as a treasure, so other women seeing their relationship will be jealous and wish they had a man who treasured them.

Your attitude projects misogyny, which leads me to believe you have been rejected by women for whatever reason. So you decide to play the over-generalization logic fallacy and attack all women. I guess it is the type of women you hang around, because throughout my adult life the women I have known have mostly been women who would have nothing to do with the “boys” - be it the “bad” boys or just immature men. MOST women, Christian or not, want security in their relationships - which they can’t get when hanging around with “boys.”

And I have news for you - women (and men) are the same no matter what part of the world they live in. Sin lives in every nation. I’m sure the women in whatever country you live are no different than American women. Perhaps your relationship problems with American women was your anti-American attitude!