Should Women Teach, According to The Bible

Too many times have I heard about Christian men boasting they have authority over women because the Holy Bible says. The Holy Bible does not clarify squat about the specifics whether a woman can have a voice or not. For any one person who actually has read the Holy Bible, not just gone to church maybe you will understand well that God the father has the same calling for all His people, not just certain aspects for men and some for women. There are so many verses listed throughout several books in the bible that describe woman in the church. Woman should remain silent, ask first before speaking, or never usurp authority from a man-most letters and messages Paul had cooked up throughout the Roman world.

It was a common in ancient culture to keep women in the home, to make women the caretaker and view woman as a beacon of purity. But once a women was “unclean”; divorced, not a virgin or had a disease she was avoided. Men had more power over woman. Eventually Jesus Christ, set everything right and changed the way we view woman. When Jesus of Nazareth entered the picture, he did not turn away from a divorced woman, or a sick woman like most men of that time had done. Jesus went to her, saving her and healing her with the Holy Spirit. These women became a testimony themselves of Jesus Christ and his glory. How could they remain silent, and why would Christ not want that testimony to be heard?


Below is a few verses from two letters that particular describe women’s role in the church. They may seem pretty harsh and sexist if one reading is thinking that way. Ask yourself, why am I thinking that way? Did not God call us all to be together in His name? How can we do such a thing if we shut one gender up and give the other power over another.

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

1 Corinthians- 34-35Let your women keep silence in the churches: for it is not permitted unto them to speak; but [they are commanded] to be under obedience, as also saith the law.And if they will learn anything, let them ask their husbands at home: for it is a shame for women to speak in the church.

1 Corinthians 14:34 – Let your women keep silence in the churches: for it is not permitted unto them to speak; but [they are commanded] to be under obedience, as also saith the law.

This is why it is important to read the whole bible…it shares that all creation and those created in His image apply to the same commandments, and choice of salvation through Christ Jesus. Included that all men and women are subject to all ethical and moral judgement written in this book. No man or woman can have profound change, even hold authority with a strong hand without shutting up and listening to one another once awhile, or holding your breath before you speak or make a decision. The wisdom in the bible is for both genders.

Lamentations 3:26 – [It is] good that [a man] should both hope and quietly wait for the salvation of the LORD.

Proverbs 17:28 – Even a fool, when he holdeth his peace, is counted wise: [and] he that shutteth his lips [is esteemed] a man of understanding.

Proverbs 29:11 – A fool uttereth all his mind: but a wise [man] keepeth it in till afterwards.

Know this…how could Jesus both alive, and resurrected not have changed women’s lives, creating teachers or preachers. They had a testimony, He is risen, Jesus is here! The kingdom of heaven is at hand they would of said. So knowing that Jesus Christ will always love you, He is always in your heart, share that with everyone. It will teach the world love and kindness.





Miracle on Village II Drive

Written by Talon O. Moser

For those who are still reading but are skeptical about the God of Israel, I have a story of my own to share with you how God works miracles in our lives. It is not as awe shocking as the exile from Egypt or the plagues in Egypt, or when God destroyed Sodom and Gomorrah. It was a simple divine orchestration and in my heart, I knew what I wanted, but at the time I had no idea until the ending how it all fitted together.

No character detail is necessary, but to set the plot we must go a week before New Year’s Eve 2017, my brother a military man, had come to visit during a short leave before he left again on another tour in the Middle East. Only this time he would leave me with a live artifact, a cute Siberian Husky named Honey. I pray I see him again to pick her up. If by any chance the unfortunate happens, I will always see his eyes in that dog’s stare as I do now. Anyways…prior to New Year’s Eve night, my brother’s plans to leave are in play and I had to work till 9pm. It was already planned that he wasn’t going to leave till midnight, so I was fine assuming working till 9pm will be okay.

While at work my co-workers asked me if I wanted to switch shifts and leave earlier. I immediately said yes. My response and thinking were “to spend more time with my brother until he leaves at midnight”. So, I was able to switch shifts and leave as early as 8pm. At this point I was completely unaware of what God had done for me. The only thing I would consider phenomenon would be the moment when my co-worker confirmed that she could switch with our boss, and I told our boss I have no problem leaving early-there was electronic interference with the machine I was using. It completely stopped working for 30sec (like froze) then started working again, rendering all the commands I put in previously. I even recall being spiritually stunned and saying, “I think something has changed” (not refereeing to the machine, but to reality)

It is 8pm, and I don’t take my time clocking out and getting out the door. I walk outside, and it is downpouring snow. Thank God, I work right across the street, so I am less than a block away, and I see his car lights on and exhaust running. I knew immediately something was up and this was a miracle that I just got out of work at this time. As I was walking closer to the door It was beginning to make sense, that he was leaving earlier because of the snow storm-so I assumed. I don’t know why God had my brother leave earlier than his planned time. But it blew my mind that God had brought me home early to properly say goodbye to him and tell him I love him, instead having him walking into my place of work saying he must head out early.

This is a testimony of the many blessings God brings about within our lives. Many of them are so hard to notice because they may seem minute, but they are there. Thank you, God for your Kingdom.

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In Jesus’s Name; Resolusion of All Restitution

Written by Talon O. Moser

Renew your spirit, a new year is upon us! Many people are unaware what the New Years’ celebrations represent around the world for when the Earth reaches this specific spot in orbit rounding the sun, why is this location so special? It has nothing to do with the choice to lose weight, make better financial decisions or work on a relationship. It is the beginning of when the Sun furthers ascends from the horizon and the days gradually become longer. As in the previous early winter-late fall months, the days become short as the Sun grew closer toward the horizon as it scales across the sky. Many people criticize that once they walk out of work at 5pm it is already pitch-black outside, and very eerie. But there is always light in darkness the Lord our God tells us. Once the New Year comes around it is a whole new year for longer days for new growth, not only for food and production, but for our minds, spirits, and bodies.

Many things were sought and fought for the year of 2017, out of fear, anger, and passion. Unfortunately, all of which were for the world; war and rumors of war, killings and conspiracy killings, complete apathy and lack of faith. Most people lost hope, either in the system, even themselves letting their behavior go AWOL all because their leaders made changes.

Now a new year 2018 has emerged and we all have the choice to continue to act irresponsibly, to believe the control is either in the hands of the few or our own…ill tell you it is in our own hands. But to maintain this ‘control’ we must all be a role model which first stems from Jesus Christ. Christ is the role model for every one of us. Make that your New Years resolution, to be more Christ like, to follow in Jesus’s footsteps. Because every other resolution will be on that path. It is the resolution of all resolution.

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Book Review: The Great Divorce

Book Review by Talon O. Moser

I am an avid reader of not only the Bible, but inspired Christian authors, DIY books and the sciences to have a better understanding of the world around me.  This December I have taken a liking to Clive S. Lewis novels. Fully unaware about the experience the novelist has in writing, and his style as a writer. I had only heard of Lewis being quoted from speakers for inspiration and as another just testimony for Gods righteousness.

This recent book, The Great Divorce written by C. S. Lewis is a fictional novel without scripture, butIMG_0224 Lewis wraps the plot in Gods moral righteousness, how God defines right and wrong. It is full of poetry which took myself a while to understand, and even comprehend the storyline. I had to cheat and look it up. It simply is about ghosts that find a way from Hell into Heaven. Upon gradually seeking further onto the light of Heaven the Ghosts encounter many challenges; Spirits, harsh environments, and letting go of control. The Spirits try to help the ghosts, so they may be able to enter Heaven. Most refuse unable to let go of their sin, and some make the choice to give it to God.

The best part is the poetry that eludes how sin holds us back, as the reader finds through each ghosts’ decision to either return to Hell or change to enter Heaven. The road to Hell is paved and easy to walk down and many follow this path. The road to Heaven is rough, rocky and is filled with suffering.

I would recommend the book to anyone. It is a fascinating story showing how change, and letting go is most important to move forward in the right direction. And that holding on to people and situations that one cannot control will only drive one apart from joy, peace, and hope.

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Be Baptized

Written by Talon O. Moser

If you are a born again Christian and haven’t been baptized, go, and get baptized now. Go and proclaim your salvation and love of God as an outward expression to the masses, to the community and your church. This is the next step onward onto the raging sea of Galilee, but Jesus Christ will guide you all the way with love, peace, joy, and hope.

If you have sought salvation in Christs’ name truly, telling God that you believe in the birth, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. And have asked for forgiveness of your sins, and to be transformed by the Holy Spirit, God will keep His word. This is our internal expression, one we share between God and ourselves to develop that relationship with God. As we develop this relationship, God will ask us andwhy-be-baptized urge us to publicize that relationship-formally as a Christian baptism being “born-again”, or “transformed” into a new man.

Matthew 28:19, 20 Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost: Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and, lo, I am with you always, even unto the end of the world. Amen.”

Acts 2:38 “Then Peter said unto them, Repent, and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins, and ye shall receive the gift of the Holy Ghost.”

Accepting salvation in Jesus Christs name, repenting of our sins and baptism is a journey-there may bepb-120221-baptism-jb-01.photoblog900 backsliding or a lukewarm nature to one’s faith, but this is due to the flesh. We must be aware of this and be aware of how we can transform ourselves to cast away bad habits and vices and become new in Christ. Continue your prayers with God and repentance.  

Baptism is a symbol, an experience, a transformation that reveals newness and mirrors the events that Jesus Christ went through. As our bodies emerge into the water, stay under, then come back up is a representation of Christs’ death, burial, and resurrection. A representation of how Christ defeated death and through Him we can too.

Romans 6:3-6 “Know ye not, that so many of us as were baptized into Jesus Christ were baptized into his death? Therefore, we are buried with him by baptism into death: that like as Christ was raised up from the dead by the glory of the Father, even so we also should walk in newness of life. For if we have been planted together in the likeness of his death, we shall be also in the likeness of his resurrection: Knowing this, that our old man is crucified with him, that the body of sin might be destroyed, that henceforth we should not serve sin.”baptism

So, go get baptized and spread the word of God

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Have You Been Naughty Or Nice This Year?

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At this time of the year children all around the world unite and traditionally engage in the damage limitation exercise known as ‘The Naughty Or Nice List’. Wherein they attempt to rectify eleven months of misbehaviour and disobedience by falling over themselves to perform household chores, which they had blissfully ignored for the rest of the year, and suck up to their parents in any way possible in the hope that, come Christmas morning, they won’t be waking up to a whole lot of nothing.

‘Santa has been watching and knows if you have been naughty or nice’ we proclaim sternly in the vain hope that it will spur them on to tidy their pits (I mean bedrooms), bring down their dirty washing (before it walks down the stairs itself) and solve the age old conundrum of where have all the cups gone (I believe Rebecca hold the current record…

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Testimony of Kelly Nicole Smith

Written by Kelly Nicole Smith

My name is Kelly Nicole Smith, I am 20 as I’m writing this. I’m a Christian. I was raised Catholic, baptized as an infant. My family and I went to the Catholic Church. When we moved, we didn’t go to church anymore because things got a lot harder for us as a family. Christ really wasn’t the center of our lives anymore and that we have kind of have fallen out of our Faith. I have suffered a great deal in my early teenage years with many things going on. Having thoughts in my head constantly drowning me, making me think I was completely nothing. I’ve got into doing horrible things to myself doubting my worth, and not accepting myself as the way God has made me physically was very hard for me. Comparing myself to other humans around me was my biggest problem. With all 221AB35B-F237-4BE3-AC7A-BCA7B0D58188the family issues at the time and things not going the way “we wanted them to” it was just a lot adding up and at this point I thought why? Just why would a loving God make me go through this, God hates us. Then why can’t He make me happy. I have fallen into the “darkness”, I couldn’t even hear God anymore nor did He exist to me. He wasn’t my life anymore, I couldn’t seem to find Him. I felt so lost and I was so overpowered with what the world was offering rather than listening to God’s Word and reaching out to Him. But I do believe somehow, some way, the Lord has called out to me. For some reason…but why?

I don’t know but it made me realize…He wanted a relationship with me. He needed me, and I needed Him. This was the time. The great breakthrough. From that point forward, I began to find myself searching more about Jesus, I studied many different religions, just doing my own research, and erasing the world and to what was around me. After finding and learning the truth of everything, how great our Lord is, I started seeking Him to give Him a shot. I prayed Day and Night, started going back to church, reading my Bible everyday got baptized again and this was it. I felt that change, that acceptance…. Love….Joy…inner Peace. I believe my sins were forgiven. When you allow Christ to be the center of your life, you have truly lived. God’s gifts and His wonders are so beautiful and once you experience His goodness you’ve experienced Love. I am here today to keep spreading the Word of Jesus, we are on this Walk together…this journey together. The pages of our stories are still being written. We are the pencil and God is the eraser, Trust God. But as this journey continues, I promise you, He is greater than anything in this world and if you accept the Lord right now, and let God take control. You will experience the Gift of life and Love and your Walk will continue all the days of your life.

Pray for Kelly and her journey.