So the first thing a man needs is not a woman; it is THE PRESENCE OF GOD, and a woman should meet him in the presence of God. Eve met Adam in Eden.
The next thing God gave man after putting him in the Garden was WORK. (Gen. 2:15). God gave man work before giving him a woman. That means a man needs a job before he gets a woman. God’s priorities are very clear.
The third thing God told man was “CULTIVATE“…… Cultivate here means, bring out the best in everything around you, to maximize the potentials of everything and everyone around you; to make everything fruitful. He only said that to the male. That’s why God will never give a man a finished woman. The male was created by God to create whatever he wants. The woman you are looking for doesn’t exist; she’s in your head. Your job is to take the raw material you married and cultivate her into the woman in your head. So you have been married for 20 years and you still don’t like the product you get, that’s your fault.
If your wife is putting a little weight and you don’t like that, don’t criticize her; it’s your job to wake her at 6am, ” Hey baby, let’s go jogging”.
You don’t like her dress? Take her to a boutique and buy her clothes you like.
She can’t speak good English? Send her to school and pay her tuition fee. CULTIVATE HER!!!!
The fourth thing God said to man was, “Guard the Garden“. The man has to be the protector of everything under his care. That’s why God gave you a stronger bone frame. A bigger muscle mass, not to abuse the woman, but to protect the woman.
The last thing God gave man was his Word… God told man not to touch the tree; God never told the woman about the tree, Never!!!….. Which means it was the man who received the word of God and his job was to teach his wife the word of God.
Nothing frustrates a woman like when she asks her man “So what do you think” and he answers “whatever you think is OK”….or keeps quiet. ..Giving Silence Treatment.
Don’t do that brother, don’t do that. She’s looking for knowledge and direction. That was the last command God gave to man in Vs 17.
Now watch this: in verse 18, God said, “It is not good for this man to be alone”. Now, don’t just read the statement fast, read it again slowly, “it is not good for THIS MAN to be alone”.
The man who is:
In God’s presence
Has a job (working)
Can cultivate you
Can protect you
Can teach you.
So here’s the problem:
If you meet a man who doesn’t like God’s presence, isn’t working, can’t cultivate you, can’t protect you and can’t teach you, then…..
IT IS GOOD FOR THAT MAN TO BE ALONE! Full Stop!
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