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“BUT SHE WILL BE SAVED” [1 Tim 2:8-15]
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 2019
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“But she will be saved through childbearing, if they continue in faith, love, and holiness, with saved mindedness.” vs15

Even though there are difficulties and hardships for women in this world, they will be saved by faith. The curse has made submission and childbearing tough, but the gospel makes salvation promised. We must not despair at the hardships of life, but take the sufficiency of Christ to deal with them. We’ll have tribulation, but He’s overcome this world, and so shall we.

First, Christ has taken away our sins. If He hadn’t died a sacrifice, received by faith, we’d be under the wrath of God, forever, and there’d be no forgiveness [1 Tim 2:5-6]. Therefore, even while we suffer as the just consequences of sin, we have God to help us. Adam is promised thorns and thistles, the sweat of his brow and hard labor, but he’s also promised bread [Gen 3:18-19]. The woman is promised pain in childbearing, but she has eternal life.

Salvation hasn’t made us impervious to pain, nor has it transformed the earth into a Paradise: the curse is still here, but God is faithful to poor sinners for Christ’s sake. He forgives our sin and deals with us as children [Ps 103:3]! He helps us all the way home, promising us heaven It’s not here, but it is coming because Christ died in our place, and He has earned it. God’s blessings are wrapped up in Christ, and having Him, we have redemption through His blood, the knowledge of election and predestination, and the promise of peace [Eph 1:3-13]. We have the Holy Spirit, whereby we endure.

Secondly, do not look for Paradise here, nor follow those who teach that faith removes earthly sorrow. Our Lord said that we’d have tribulation, and we surely will [John 16:33]! Children die, parents perish under God’s wrath, and the world is filled with corruption. There is wickedness and violence, sin and abuse, and it often afflicts Christians. Even the bitterness of death, which is the last enemy, is a painful process for many who know God. We are given to pain and weakness, but Paul tells Timothy to have a little wine for his stomach’s sake and often infirmities [1 Tim 5:23].

God’s put medicine here for us, given us the Church, and He’s given us prayer. He is our hope in the storm, but He hasn’t promised a stormless life. We can walk on the water, but the sea will rage [Matt 14:29-30]. We can sleep in troubled times, but persecution, tribulation, and anguish will come to all of us. Look at Paul. He lived peacefully towards men, but they hated him because he taught the gospel, and we will suffer the same [2 Tim 3:11-12]. Being hated by the world is part of loving Christ because we’ve chosen to separate ourselves and preach God’s word to their wickedness. Don’t look for ease: Look for “faith, love, and holiness, with sound mindedness [1 Tim 2:15].” Guide your ship through the storm.

Thirdly, it is hard for our sisters to do what they must do in submitting to God’s order, and it is hard for men to stand up properly.

1. Men are to pray everywhere with holiness, without anger, and in faith! We’re to put away contention, pray away the wrath, and lift up our voices to God through Christ as those who live by His commands. He says, “Therefore, I want the men in every place to pray, lifting up holy hands without anger or argument [vs8].” It is hard to be holy: We must fight against the world, but we will win by the power of the Spirit and the constant forgiveness of the Most Merciful Being.

2. Women are to order their conduct, more than their outward beauty, because their beauty is inside, in a meek and quiet spirit that does good works. “Also, the women are to dress themselves in modest clothing, with decency and good sense, not with elaborate hairstyles, gold, pearls, or expensive apparel, but with good works, as is proper for women who affirm that they worship God [vs9-10].”

3. They are to submit to male headship and authority, meaning the men are to stand up with gentle boldness, and the women are to submit to our imperfect rule. He says, “A woman should learn in silence with full submission. I do not allow a woman to teach or to have authority over a man; instead, she is to be silent. For Adam was created first, then Eve. And Adam was not deceived, but the woman was deceived and transgressed [vs11-14].” Husbands are not always right, and some are downright wicked [1 Pet 3:1]. Male pastors are not always wise, but this is the curse [Gen 3].

Choose husbands wisely and churches even more wisely. Discern before getting involved. With churches, we are able to go where the gospel is preached and love is real. Yet, there are struggles everywhere, and our women must keep silent and refuse to teach. They must look for men who can rule them in faithfulness to Scripture: men who are like Paul and Christ Himself.

→ Be encouraged in this day of battle. You will win. War a good warfare and fight to be faithful [1 Tim 1:18]. Do not look for ease but godliness, and He will give it to you.

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