Woman's NATURAL Place


What, according to the Bible, is a Woman's Place or rather PURPOSE? It is evident, naturally speaking, or according to Nature, that women are the child bearers and mothers of our Race, but what is their place and purpose generally speaking, or beyond having and raising children? 1st Timothy 3:16 speaks of the (young married wives) having a natural place and purpose to keep house, and bear and raise children: "I would have younger widows marry, bear children, manage their households"

 A woman's purpose is not merely to give the male, Man, physical sexual pleasure. Yet, like being mothers, it is certainly evident in Nature that sex is PART of their overall Natural Purpose. The condemation of male (and female) homosexuality in the 26th and 27th verses of the first chapter of Romans makes it quite clear that PART of a woman's purpose is to sexually gratify her man (and visa versa, the man is for the woman's sexual satisfaction).

26) For this reason God gave them over to degrading passions; for their women exchanged the natural function for that which is unnatural,

27) and in the same way also the men abandoned the natural function of the woman and burned in their desire [lust] toward one another, men with men committing indecent acts and receiving in their own persons the due penalty of their error.


So, was Eve and Womankind purposed only to bear childern and keep Adam and Adamkind sexually satisfied?


Genesis 2:18 says: "And the Lord God said, It is not good that the man should be alone; I will make him an help meet for him." -King James Version
[For other translations/version of this verse see here: http://biblehub.com/genesis/2-18.htm]

 The two Hebrew words that "help meet" are derived from are the words "ezer"/ עֵ֖זֶר ("help") and the word 'k’enegdo / כְּנֶגְדּֽוֹ׃


The noun "ezer" ( עֵ֖זֶר ) occurs 21 times in which eight of these instances the word means "to rescue", "to save", “savior”.
Strongs Concordance (2010 edition) lists "ezrer" as #5828 and simply says of it "ay'-zer; from 5826: aid:
#5826 is "azar" and Strong's says of it (azar): "aw-zar; a prim. root ; to surround, i.e. protect or aid:
- help, succour."
[NOTE: Keep in mind anything appearing after :- in Strong's is additional and thus relative, supplementary and not necessarily what a term literally or practically means]

Elsewhere in the Bible, the root ezer means “strength" or "power" and is in context of God. For example the word "ebenezer" in 1 Samuel 7:12 is used to describe the power of God's deliverance. "Eben" means rock and "ezer" means "help" or "salvation".
1st Corinthians 11:10 says "For this reason, a woman must have power on her head." The term "power" in that verse comes from the Greek exousia ( ἐξουσία ) and is #1849 in the Greek lexicon of Strong's. Many translation say "authority" with the words "sign of", or "symbol of" before hand -see here: http://biblehub.com/1_corinthians/11-10.htm. The Christogenea New Testament reads: "...a sign of control upon the head".
The context in which the sentence appears is clear that a woman, single or married, is not the final authority and does not have full power all in herself, but indeed is a complimentary part of the male of her Race, and not complete in herself. This complementariness and interconnectedness of the masculine and feminine of the Adamic Race is expressed fully in verses 8 thur 12 of 1st Corinthians chapter 11:

8) For the man is not of the woman: but the woman of the man.
9) Neither was the man created for the woman; but the woman for the man.
10) For this cause ought the woman to have [as sign of] power on her head because of the angels.
11) Nevertheless neither is the man without the woman, neither the woman without the man, in the Lord.
12) For as the woman is of the man, even so is the man also by the woman; but all things of God.

Verse 9 makes it very clear that Woman ("Eve"), the female Adamite, was made by God FOR man. This certainly does not mean a man's wife, or the women of our Adamic (White) Race in general, are the servants of men, for they certainly weren't created for servitude. As Genesis 2:18 expresses Woman was created to be a partner to Man, not a slave to him. The Man bears final responsibility, as other Scriptures demonstrate; Man is the king of his wife and household, beholden only to the King of Kings, but his wife is certainly household royalty as well, being his queen.

Strong's online defines exousia (pronounced: ex-oo-see'-ah) as "power, authority, weight, especially: moral authority, influence" and goes on to say that the term means "delegated power" and that it "refers to the authority God gives to His saints" (see here: http://biblehub.com/greek/1849.htm).

Women are "saviors" to men (they are to 'surround', 'protect', 'aid' and 'support') by the fact that they give them life (in birth, but also by loving companionship) and nurture them (whether as mothers or wives) as they work together as joint heirs in the Blessings of the Creator and Savior. 1st Peter 3:7 says:

"Likewise, husbands, live with your wives in an understanding way, showing honor to the woman as the weaker vessel, since they are heirs with you of the grace of life, so that your prayers may not be hindered."

Take note that if woman are identified Scripturally as "weaker" than men then women definitly are NOT "equal" to men.

Remember it was Eve, the Woman, that was deceived by the Serpent, not the Man, Adam: "Adam was not deceived, but the woman was deceived and became a transgressor." (1st Timothy 2:14). What that verse SHOULD make VERY CLEAR TO YOU is that Eve was CREATED (spiritually) weaker (than the Man) from the start!

She, Eve, the first Adamic (White) Woman certainly was not very spiritually discerning or she would of known that Yahweh's Law that commanded her and Adam not to mess with the forbidden "Tree" was immutable. She indeed was "beguiled", suckered, tricked and psychologically manipulated, but in the end the decision was hers to make. Adam, going along with Eve, willfully partook of the sin with her: "she gave me of the tree, and I did eat" (Genesis 3:12) -but Adam was not deceived as Eve was.

Both the Man, Adam, and Eve, the Woman had their own carnal weaknesses that they gave into, but the point here that is being made is Eve, and thus Adamic Womenkind, were NOT created equal to Man, it's very evident Scripturally. It also must be noted that the Serpent went to Eve, not Adam. Eve being spiritually weaker could be manipulated much easier than Adam. The Serpent did indeed manipulate Adam as well, albeit indirectly THROUGH the woman Eve.

It may be thought that the term "equal" is relative in the issue of the two genders, but that is simply wishful humanistic, modernist, and feminist, thinking. All three of which are unnatural, unrealistic, unscriptural and just plain stupid ways of thinking. The Creator of the Adamic Race (the WHITE Race) made the Woman to be a companion of the Man but she obviously was not only made physically and psychologically different, she was also made "weaker" than the Man. Not only was Woman created physically weaker but, just as 1st Peter 3:7 quoted above says, the woman is a "weaker" spiritual vessel. Yes, there are some women physically stronger than some men, and some women spiritually stronger than some men, yet such exceptions simply prove the general truth.

The Women of the Adamic Race certainly share equally with Men in Grace as 1st Peter 3:7 says and thus in the term of Salvation the female Adamite is indeed "equal" to the male. And just to be clear, due to her having equal Salvation from the Savior, then it stands to reason that she also should get equal justice, protection and treatment in the civil affairs of men, or society. Eve was certainly NOT created equal to Adam but that don't mean she was created to be a second class Adamic being. Matter-a-fact the same verse that identifies women as "weaker" spiritual vessels also clearly says that husbands, and men in general, should be "showing honor" (respect) to them.

Men should cherish the women in our lives, but especially their wives. Ephesians chapter 5 says for wives to "submit" to their husbands (verse 22) and that the husband is the HEAD OF THE WOMAN (verse 23), but verse 25 says men are to love their wives as much as Christ loves us and gave His life for us! That is a powerful, sacrificial and HUMBLE love husbands are to have for their wives! Christ never stopped being Lord of the Church, but he served and sacrificed for us just the same. White husbands would do good to regularly ponder that mystery and apply it to their marriages as commanded by Ephesians 5:25. Husbands are also told to love their wives as their own bodies in verse 28 and that they should strive to nourish and cherish their wives (see verse 29).

The other part of the term "help meet" which is commonly translated as "meet for" or "fit for" is the word "k’enegdo" ( כְּנֶגְדּֽוֹ׃ ). It only appears twice in the entire Bible: Genesis 2:18 and 2:20. Some translations from the Hebrew Masoretic Text, such as the King James Version, don't have any sort of term in verse 20 (thus only appearing once, verse 18) while others do (see here for multiple versions of the verse: http://biblehub.com/genesis/2-20.htm)
The Hebrew Masoretic indeed does have (k'ennedo) in both verses 18 and 20 (see here: http://biblehub.com/hebrew/kenegdo_5048.htm)
....so much for the King James Only cult's claim that the King James translators (which used the Masoretic Text for their Old Testament source) didn't add or omit anything, I digress.
The New American Standard Bible (N.A.S.B.) and the Interlinear Bible (INT.) does have the English equivalent, or corresponding, term "suitable" (for k'ennedo - כְּנֶגְדּֽוֹ׃ ) in verse 20, thus (unlike the K.J.V.) stayed faithful to the Hebrew Masoretic Text in that verse.
The English translation of the Greek Septuagint has "like unto himself" in verse 20 (and "suitable to him" in 18).

The root word for k'enegdo is "neged" which means ‘opposite’, ‘in the presence of’, ‘over against’, ‘in front of’, ‘corresponding to’, or ‘aside’. Literally, the Hebrew term kenegdo means, ‘opposite as to him’ or ‘corresponding as to him’.
The English translation of the Greek Septuagint has, instead of the spurious word "MEET", the term "suitable" which was translated from a Greek term that means 'according to'.
Eve was not designed to be exactly like Adam, but rather "according to", or compatible, and thus 'SUITABLE', to him. She was designed to be his mirror opposite, possessing the other half of the qualities, responsibilities, and attributes which he lacked.
Adam says of Eve (Genesis 2:23): "This is now bone of my bones and flesh of my flesh" and the phrase "bone of my bones" is a 'very close relative' or 'one of us' or in effect 'our equal' (not-to-mention of the same Race, Eve being from Adam's rib was 'of' Adam and thus Adamic in Race -as opposed to the NON-Adamic Races which we know existed, and still exist to this day upon the earth).

The term ezer kenegdo means "one who is the same as the other and who surrounds, protects, aids, helps, supports."
Genesis 2:18 can thus be translated as "I will make a power [or strength] {EZER} corresponding {KENEGDO} to man."

British minister and author Matthew Henry (1622-1714) wrote:

“The woman was made of a rib out of the side of Adam; not made out of his head to rule over him, nor out of his feet to be trampled upon by him, but out of his side to be equal with him, under his arm to be protected, and near his heart to be beloved.”

I would certainly concur, but with the caveat that the "equal" aspect is in Salvation and Love from God.

I also would add, that she was also made of his rib to bebeside him, as a partner, companion, friend and co-worker for the Kingdom of God.

By her man's side is the proper and Natural Place for the woman.