"Wives be subject to your husbands as you are to the Lord." I think that women including myself often have trouble accepting this verse. In my family my father took this as whatever he decided, that was how it was going to be period. My mother really struggled with my father making decisions based on what he thought and hardly gave any validity to my mother's ideas and feelings. Consequently, my parents where divorced when I was younger because of them fighting over who made the final judgment and other issues. After many years and many counseling sessions my mother and my father realized that being the head of the household did not mean whatever my father decided was how it was going to be. My parents both studied the Bible more closely to discover the real truth behind God's words.
Ephesians 5:22 is often taken out of con...
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