Saturday, June 27, 2009

Free Sample from Our New Self-Help Series!

Oprah's aggressive brand of feminism has produced nothing but suffering families and a corrupt culture. That's why we created Slavery Is Freedom! Practical Advice on How to Be a Fulfilled, Godly Woman. This sermon series explains everything a woman needs to know about maintaining a healthy Christian marriage--in simple, easy-to-understand language.

Here's a taste:

Being a Godly Woman© is more than merely keeping a spotless house, raising little angels, and catering to your man's every whim--although these are all important things, too. But since our actions stem from our thoughts, the first thing a Godly Woman© must do is examine her mind.

Paul writes that we should be "casting down imaginations, and every high thing that exalteth itself against the knowledge of God, and bringing into captivity every thought to the obedience of Christ." 2 Corinthians 10:5

Whatever does it mean to "take our thoughts into captivity"? Each and every day we have ever so many thoughts, and the Lord Jesus knows each one of them. These thoughts can either be ones that are pleasing to Him--like planning that lemon raspberry pound cake you're going to bake for the church fundraiser--or displeasing to Him--like the thoughts produced by watching Gilmore Girls and other racy television shows. As Christian Ladies©, it is our responsibility to “examine everything” (1 Thessalonians 5:21) to find which of these areas our thoughts fall into. Is it a thought that is in accordance with Scripture? Is it contrary to it? Or is it a ‘neutral’ thought? If it falls into anything but the first category, it must be suppressed!

But how can you keep all of that straight? Just remember to keep your thoughts Cheerful, Obedient, and Womanly--or C.O.W.! Cheerful thoughts make you pleasant to be around--no one likes a whiner! Obedience is the most important virtue a woman can possess. And be sure to stay focused on womanly matters; fretting over politics or current events will only give you wrinkles!

So the next time you're troubled by a thought of some sort, examine it carefully. You can keep those thoughts in check, as long as you're a good C.O.W.!

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