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Excuse Me Ma’am

Pastor Who?

Have you noticed the ever-increasing number of ladies who call themselves by lofty titles reserved in the divine economy for men only? Have you been hearing things like “Pastor Mary,” “apostle Jane,” or “Prophetess Marquita,” etc. ….. Is this biblical?

“But I suffer not a woman to teach, nor to usurp authority over the man, but to be in silence.” 1 Timothy 2:12

WOULD GOD LEAD A WOMAN TO CORRECT A MAN? There should be no question after reading this Bible verse. Women are not to teach NOR usurp authority over the man. There’s a stated order in God’s creation and in the Word for the family and the gatherings of the saints/church. The woman who argues doctrine with a man or seeks to rebuke/correct him is out of God’s order. Only a Jezebel would dare so such while claiming to serve Jesus. There’s only 1 example of a woman ruling over men in the New Testament and it’s JEZEBEL! (Revelation 2:20-24; 1 Timothy 2:11-12)

Excuse me Mam, you cannot possibly be a pastor, apostle, prophet, evangelist, or teacher of men in the sense of the office given only to those who are “the HUSBAND of one wife” which is an utter impossibility for a female (1 Timothy 3:2). Since when can a female be a “husband”? If she can’t be a “husband,” she is not qualified to be an elder in Christ’s body.


“Brother you sound too rigid!”


By God’s grace, may He continue to make me rigidly aligned with and obediently faithful to Him alone. Like the Bereans, every true disciple is astute and diligently seeks to walk in the ways of the LORD as given us clearly in His Word. The wicked seek to pervert the truth of Holy Scripture as they are defiant against the LORD they claim to serve.

No angle of reasoning will justify this evil rebellion. This is a divinely-ordained role for men alone to fulfill and a non-negotiable, never-going-to-change truth. Anyone violating it will be judged (Revelation 2:20-23). Of Jezebel and all who allow, enable, and participate is such perversion, Jesus says He is going to “kill her children with death.” (Revelation 2:20-23) Anybody want to argue with the Son of God?

Even Jesus Christ, the very Alpha, Omega, and Almighty God “made himself of no reputation, and took upon him the form of a servant.” (Philippians 2:7)

The callings listed in Scripture are places of humble serving as unto CHRIST and never to be used to elevate sinful self.

“As every man hath received the gift, even so minister the same one to another, as good stewards of the manifold grace of God. 11 If any man speak, let him speak as the oracles of God; if any man minister, let him do it as of the ability which God giveth: THATTTT God in all things may be glorified through Jesus Christ, to whom be praise and dominion for ever and ever. Amen.” 1 Peter 4:10-11

First and foremost, the kingdom of God is all about KING Jesus, not us!

Excuse Me Ahab – Sir!

Sir, if you are calling your wife a “pastor” a “co-pastor” or by whatever title, it’s time to repent. Women are the beloved creation of God and to be the “helpmeet” of their husband or daddy and the men around them – helping them fulfill the call of God on their lives. No woman is to ever “to usurp authority over the man.”

“But I suffer not a woman to teach, nor to usurp authority over the man, but to be in silence. 13 For Adam was first formed, then Eve. 14 And Adam was not deceived, but the woman being deceived was in the transgression.” 1 Timothy 2:12-14

It’s time to repent and get aligned with the Word of God and cease perverting it for our own self-serving purpose!

Listen, two wrongs do not make a right! Increasingly we hear the voices of Jezebels and the Ahabs they have under their death grip crying “If men would just fulfill their calling, women wouldn’t have to step up and lead!” I say NONSENSE to this diabolical smokescreen! There is no case in the New Testament Scriptures where any woman is seen saying or doing such usurping.

Ladies, if you have been abused, join the club! If you have been abused by a man or men, go to the LORD Himself and repent of your own part if any in the matter and all your own sins and let Him heal you. In many cases the wounds you still have could be due to your spinning your wheels by condemning men when you should be repenting and seeking the LORD for His healing. His arm is not shorted but your sin of not seeking His face will stop you from receiving healing from His holy hand (Isaiah 59:1-3).

Anyone violating God’s order will be judged and this is precisely why He judged Thyatira (Revelation 2:20-23). Of Jezebel and all who allow, enable, and participate in such perversion of the roles of men and women, Jesus says He is going to “kill her children with death.” (Revelation 2:20-23) Anybody want to argue with the Son of God?

God’s Word tells us that men and women are “heirs together of the grace of life.” (1 Peter 3:7) This demonstrates equality in salvation and yet, God created men and women for distinct and unique purposes. The wife or woman is the “weaker vessel” and to be cherished and honored by her husband as well as she is to submit herself to her husband (1 Peter 3:7; Ephesians 5:21-27).

Speaking up about what the Bible says concerning the order of God’s church is not suppression toward women but rather simply observing the divine revelation given to us. We must follow His directions with respect to fearing and pleasing Him and not men or women. Order among the assemblies of believers where women are not to be in leadership does not negate the biblical truth and historical record of women serving in many capacities.

Concerning the instructions Paul gives concerning women in 1 Timothy 2, William MacDonald writes:

“As far as her part in public meetings of the church, a woman is to learn in silence with all submission. This is consistent with the rest of Scripture on this subject (1 Cor. 11:3-15; 14:34, 35).

When Paul says: I do not permit a woman to teach, he is speaking as inspired of God. This does not represent Paul’s own personal prejudice, as some say. It is God who decrees that women should not have a public teaching ministry in the church. The only exceptions to this are that they are permitted to teach children (2 Tim. 3:15) and young women (Tit. 2:4). Neither is a woman to have authority over a man. That means that she must not have dominion over a man, but is to be in silence or quietness. Perhaps we should add that the latter part of this verse is by no means limited to the local assembly. It is a fundamental principle in God’s dealings with mankind that man has been given the headship and that woman is in the place of subjection. This does not mean that she is inferior; that is certainly not true. But it does mean that it is contrary to God’s will that the woman should have authority or dominion over the man.

To prove his point, Paul first of all goes to the creation of Adam and Eve. Adam was formed first, then Eve. The very order of the creation was significant. By creating man first, God intended him to be the head, the one who would exercise direction, the one who would have authority. The fact that woman was created second means that she should be in submission to her husband. By passing his argument on the order of creation, Paul rules out any thought that this is a matter of local culture.

The second proof refers to the entrance of sin into the human race. Instead of approaching Adam directly, the serpent went to Eve with his temptations and lies. According to God’s intention, Eve should not have acted independently. She should have gone to Adam and put the matter before him. Instead of that, she allowed herself to be deceived by Satan and fell into transgression.”  William MacDonald, Believer’s Bible Commentary, p. 2084

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