The Holy Bible, especially the Old Testament portion, is very male dominant. God had to work through men. He doesn’t exclude the importance of women, however. If Noah hadn’t had such a good wife he probably would have been too broken to even build the ark to its end. He would not have been able to obey God’s commands perfectly. In other words, Noah, had good backup. (Genesis 7) What is a woman to do now, in the Completed Testament Age? She is not a man. Ideally, a woman gets married to a man and they have children in the covenant of God’s Holy Blessing that is beyond race, ideology, and time. It must be truly relaxing for women, comparatively, to just standby as husband does all the work. American women are not like that. We want to be part of the action. We want to be involved! We want to taste the passion and excitement that God wants to give to us!
The reality, however, is that Noah and all men who are faithful and good like Noah are not the most exciting men on planet earth. Not to mention, their purpose and dedication to God is an act of service and daily routine. It requires not just brain of a womanly existence but also the brawn of man; God needs man-power. God’s expectation for faithful men really does take all their time, money, and strength. To love and obey God’s command is truly impossible for any man unless he absolutely loves God one-hundred-percent. As women born of God’s lineage and living completely in His grace, we see this in our men. Somehow, I cannot help but think back to Jesus’s attitude for God’s love—that God’s love is worth more than bread. (Luke 4:4) Jesus was the most selfless man. His perfect love was so strong that bread itself seemed to follow him around. He was not afraid to live for God.
Jesus, like Noah had been set aside by His Father (not Zechariah or Joseph but the Heavenly Father) as the special son. God took Jesus’s body and life here on earth as His very own. It is hard to understand the rejection he faced by the Jews when he told them that God is in Him and He in the Father unless we look at Sun Myung Moon. (John 10:34-39) Many so-called Christians rejected Him at His Second Coming too. It is not everyone who is prepared to ride the winds. Even those of us who would like to say that we are True Children of God are not as selfless and perfect in love as we would like to be. When we see Jesus and True Father, we see in Him a very perfect and flawless love that is more beautiful than the rose. It’s crazy that Jesus craved God more than bread, that at his Second Coming, he lived and breathed words to members day and night until his nineties when he died at the behest of the fallen Hak Ja Han…
Women simply do not compare to these great men. We need men. We need things. We need bread. We need each other just as much as God needs us. The way we can stay involved in God’s Providence is to be faithful in everything we do and say. There simply is nothing else we can do! We are limited in Satan’s fallen kingdoms of this earth. Should we get bored to death with our path as the faithful Queens of the Lord we cannot turn around and delight in evil as did the Han Harlot of modern-day Babylon by killing off her husband’s oxygen supply whilst he lay in the hospital just to breathe. We just have to pray to the Lord to provide us with profitable engagement instead! Ideas will come to us. Most American women know that God’s law is not limited to men when He speaks about men. (Psalm 32:6) We birth mankind, after all. His laws apply to us too. We stand in the image of His Holy Spirit with True Father. They are the Kings in His image. God makes us who we are. It is our God given mission to establish His Kingdom of Heaven here on this Earth. We simply cannot help but bow our heads to God’s absolute Authority as the King of Kings.
The Holy Bible, New International Version, NIV. Colorado: Biblica, Inc., 2011. Print