Woman Trouble

Crazy Woman Maya McKinney

Maya McKinney ~ “transgender” school shooting accomplice

“So what’s gotten into women?”, some of you may be asking yourself.  Were they always this way?  In short, for the most part, I believe women’s nature has not changed.  What has changed is that men’s control over females has been reduced.   Just days before the school shooting, Maya had texted about missing her father who had been deported again.  Apparently through domestic violence charges, divorce, and deportations, Maya’s father had been kept away from her, leaving her one confused and upset 16 year old girl.  Maya felt like she had been bullied at school since she began trying to become one of the boys, and it finally got so bad that bullies even interrupted and put a stop to her school shooting when she was just trying to get even.

News Flash: All women are natural defilers.

Revelation 14:3 And they sung as it were a new song before the throne, and before the four beasts, and the elders: and no man could learn that song but the hundred and forty and four thousand, which were redeemed from the earth.  4 These are they which were not defiled with women; for they are virgins. These are they which follow the Lamb whithersoever he goeth. These were redeemed from among men, being the firstfruits unto God and to the Lamb.  5 And in their mouth was found no guile: for they are without fault before the throne of God.

As God’s word shows us, women are natural defilers.  From Eve in Genesis 3:17 defiling the whole earth by leading Adam into sin, all the way through to the great whore who polluted the entire earth with her sexual immorality in Revelation 19:2.  While the great whore is most certainly not an actual woman, it is telling that this whoring rival of the bride of Christ is personified as another female defiler.

This personification also appears in Daniel 12:1(NASB) “Now at that time Michael, the great prince who stands guard over the sons of your people, will arise. And there will be a time of distress such as never occurred since there was a nation until that time; and at that time your people, everyone who is found written in the book, will be rescued.”

The word “distress” used there or “trouble” in the King James, is listed in Strong’s Hebrew dictionary as word 6869 צָרָה Pronounced: (tsaw-raw’) a feminine noun that literally means: vexer, rival-wife, a female rival or adversary, and yet also means trouble in a figurative sense.  That Hebrew word has a more frequently used masculine version, but God said the less used feminine noun, perhaps to indicate the feminine vexing rivalry that is to be in that time of tribulation.  Some feel that this was God’s way of warning us approximately 2,559 years ago, of the coming tribulation that is marked by the satanic evil of Feminism.  Where God’s righteous patriarchal order has been completely thrown off and a defiling female-supremacist rival order, or Feminism, afflicts the sons of God’s people.  I surely know Feminism has enabled the destruction of my family and now has my sons living without a father.  However it is comforting to know that God not only foresaw this Feminist mess, but that he warned us it would come upon us, before his rescue or deliverance of His people.  God knows our “trouble”.

26 thoughts on “Woman Trouble

  1. The word “distress” used there or “trouble” in the King James, is listed in Strong’s Hebrew dictionary as word 6869 צָרָה Pronounced: (tsaw-raw’) a feminine noun that literally means: vexer, rival-wife, a female rival or adversary, and yet also means trouble in a figurative sense.

    Whenever I learn a new Hebrew word, the first thing I instinctively do is look to see if it is a cognate to Arabic.

    This one definitely is. The Arabic word is. ثورة (“Thow’-rah” in classical standard Arabic, or sometimes pronounced “Sow’-rah”, or “Tow”-rah” in regional dialects such as Egyptian or Levantine).

    The Arabs use it to mean “revolution” or “uprising,” a more powerful form of “trouble” or “disturbance,” which is DEFINITELY relevant to this topic. I don’t speak, read, or write Hebrew (although an Arabic speaker can listen to a Hebrew conversation and get the vague gist of it, or at least pick out enough cognates to get a general sense of the topic at hand), but I wonder if modern Hebrew also uses צָרָה in the same way?

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  2. Men’s control over females NEEDS to be reduced! That men have less power is a good thing, not a bad thing.
    If all men were good men, having control over women would not be such a bad thing but all men are not good men. Some men act like spoiled children. Some men are violent and dangerous. Some men have addictions. Some men are abusive. These men shouldn’t be in charge of any living creature, let alone a woman.
    Yes, feminism has caused untold problems. But men who are not good men are the reason we need to have feminism. I mean, look at a place like India. If a woman there marries a man who is not a good man, and he abuses her, and she leaves to escape his abuse, her family are likely to set fire to her as an “honour killing” because she brought shame to the family. The violent man didn’t bring any shame to his family, though. (And I’m speaking of an experience of a friend, here.)

    Probably the worst tragedy of all about feminism and divorce is children being separated from their fathers. Countless studies have been done on the damage this does. Children need their fathers.

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  3. Ace,
    Quit it! You come to a site that promotes God ordained patriarchy, and you bleat about how God’s idea, of male rule, is a bad thing, and that we need Feminism. Perhaps that is your Tourette’s or Coprolalia again making you want to say socially inappropriate remarks. Go to a feminist site with that ungodly nonsense. I’m tiring of it.

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  4. God makes it clear how He expects men to treat women. Men don’t seem to be very good at ensuring other men treat women the way God expects them to. It is not socially inappropriate to point that out. If all men treated women the way God intended, we wouldn’t need feminism. That’s a simple fact. Also, please educate yourself about coprolalia. It’s a verbal thing. Swearing. You swear far more than I do.

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  5. Also, I apologise. I am in a particularly man-hating mood at the moment.
    On Saturday, my husband punched me in the back and now I can barely walk.
    On Sunday, he threw a hot cup of coffee at me. I ducked and the coffee went all over the carpet in our bedroom instead. It’s still there, as I can’t bend down to clean it up.
    Today, Monday, he busted down the internal door between our garage and house after one of the kids accidentally locked it with him in the garage. My husband kicked it in a rage, bending the lock, which meant I couldn’t unlock it. He could have chosen to go out of either of the two external garage doors, and enter the house from the outside, but instead he chose to bust the door down with an axe. So now we have no door between the garage and the house, and our garage cannot be locked, which means we can no longer lock our house. And my husband is the type who insists on having all the doors locked, even in the middle of the day when we’re at home.
    This is what happens when you marry a man with addictions, who occasionally goes on a drug-fuelled rampage. Women, and things, get broken.
    Hence my insistence that bad men should most definitely not be in charge of so much as a potted plant, let alone a woman.
    God ordained patriarchy is nothing like the life I, and so many women like me, live. A good, Godly man in loving control of his household is a beautiful thing. But sadly, these men are few and far between.

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  6. Also, I apologise. I am in a particularly man-hating mood at the moment.

    A word of free advice for you, then: unless your goal is to reaffirm the obvious fact that women react to everything based on their emotion-of-the-moment, consider NOT commenting on any blogs until you calm down, thus avoiding the creation of permanent evidence in support of your “adversaries'” position that you so tireless fight against. Just sayin’.

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  7. Feeriker – I’d say that women *do* react based on emotion. God made us that way, for the role He created us to fill. Emotion-responses are how we instinctively know how to tend to our children. They’re the reason we don’t make great leaders, but make great nurturers. Responding based on emotion is only bad when we’re in charge of making important decisions that need clarity and logic.

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  8. Ace,
    Your screed seemed odd compared with how you’ve been writing, but your explanation says it all. I am very sorry you were hit. You are right about men needing to be corrected by other men, but after your recent description of your home church, I would think if men stepping up would happen somewhere, it would happen in a small tight-knit church. What is the other men’s response to such events in the past?
    Regarding your emotional statement about feminism though, of course you know it’s a sin that doesn’t protect women from the abuse you receive and want to see others not receive. Something has to be done about physical abuse, but feminism is not that something.

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  9. Ace, I can’t understand why you continue to post on this blog. While Swanny River is empathetic to you being hit by your husbands, I doubt any one else here will be; it will be perceived as your fault for enraging him. As many abused women do, you alternate posting about how wonderful your husband is one day to a how he’s an abusive drug addict the next day. If you are being physically abused as you say and he is an unrepentant drug addict you should seriously consider ending your marriage. You seem very confused.
    Swanny; can you explain your statement about how feminism, in and of itself is a sin?”

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  10. Swanny River – Thank you.
    Sadly, my husband doesn’t attend church, so there isn’t really anything they can do. In the past, when he did attend, he was very different – he wasn’t using drugs, and he treated me well.
    No, feminism doesn’t protect women from abuse. In some cases, it probably makes it worse. But I consider myself fortunate to live in a country where feminism has given women choices, and equal pay so we can support ourselves and our children without having to rely on either welfare or a man, and we do not have to be trapped in an abusive marriage. Women in other countries are not so fortunate.

    Blackjack – I’m not sure why I continue to be drawn to this blog either. You are right that most men on here will assume that I did something to deserve being abused, but that doesn’t matter. It’s only because they don’t understand the nature of either drug abuse or domestic violence. Sadly, I have first-hand experience of both.
    I have considered ending my marriage many times, and we have separated in the past, but as we have four children, the youngest just 7, I really would like to honour my marriage vows as long as possible. This has been my life for 18 years; God is faithful in giving me the strength I need to continue. My sister’s partner (who grew up in a violent home) thinks I have “battered woman syndrome” because of my refusal to leave my husband, but it’s more my faith that keeps me by his side, and my hope that he will return to church and leave the drugs behind for good. I pray for this daily. It’s got to happen eventually, right?

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  11. Ace,
    Go to my contact page. Submit your husband’s first name and phone number, and the best times of day that I might call him. If you do, I’ll try to make time to call him this week, and try to do some good.

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  12. But I consider myself fortunate to live in a country where feminism has given women choices, and equal pay so we can support ourselves and our children without having to rely on either welfare or a man, and we do not have to be trapped in an abusive marriage.

    And yet here you are, still “trapped” in a marriage to a drug addict who abuses you both physically and emotionally. Is there some reason you’re not taking advantage of that wonderful feminist society that Kiwiland has created and not struck out on your own, taking your kids with you and leaving your abusive, drug-addicted husband in the dust?

    I’m sorry if I sound cold, cruel, and unsympathetic in making that statement, but your rhetoric simply doesn’t match your actions. That’s something that tends to be noticed rather quickly in these parts. I think –no, I KNOW– that there is much more to your story than what you are sharing with the readership here. While you’re certainly under no obligation whatsoever to share anything at all with anyone, anywhere, if there’s one thing that your frequent visits to these parts should have taught you by now, it is that there is little patience hereabouts for people of either sex, but especially for women, who bellyache constantly about their woes, but who make no demonstrable effort to turn things around. The perception (and I’d bet a year’s salary in every case that it’s reality) is that such people thrive on, and thus need inner turmoil and conflict in the same way that an addict can’t face life without their daily fix. They don’t WANT to solve their problems. Fine, but if that’s the case,they shouldn’t air the drama they thrive on to others who have much more productive ways in which to use their precious time. It certainly isn’t the way of those who live the love of Jesus.

    All of that unsavory medicine dispensed, I sincerely do hope that you and your husband are able to work things out, that he is able, with the Lord’s help, to overcome his addiction once and for all and turn his life around completely to enable him to become a loving, nurturing husband and father. From an outsider’s perspective, it is clear that you are being tested right now. I, too, am being tested, although under a different scenario, and while we might not be undergoing the trials Job faced, God is making sure that we place our ABSOLUTE AND UNCONDITIONAL trust in Him. Not merely in words, but in deeds and demonstrations of our hearts, which include enduring having our patience stretched and our souls bruised to the breaking point. In your case I will tell you this: CLINGING TO THE FEMINIST ATTITUDE IS NOT GOING TO HELP YOU AT ALL. What God almost certainly wants from you is the 1st Peter 3:1 behavior, as in actually living it,which is without doubt the most difficult thing that He will ever ask of you. It is also something that will not succeed overnight, which of course you already know from painful experience. But if you truly do trust in Him, He will NOT forsake or fail you, no matter how difficult your trials! What He is telling you right now is “LEAN ON ME, DAUGHTER!”

    So truly, Ace, any conscientious observer here would give you this advice: either continue to cling to the world’s feminism and its attendant bitter destructiveness, or cling to Jesus and His redemptive path, no matter how difficult it is (and remember that the Lord will NEVER put you through trials that you can’t endure, as long as you truly trust in Him). There is no middle ground. We are entering the end times, where the wheat will be separated from the tares, and the precious kernels of wheat are those who completely forsake the ways and beliefs of the World and follow HIM in ALL THINGS. As harsh as I’ve been on you here, know that I, like others here, am praying that your agony ends soon, with sobriety, domestic tranquility, and peace in Jesus. NO ONE wants to see a family destroyed by drugs, violence, and discord, which are the fruits of Satan and the World that is his domain of willing servants.

    God bless you, and may the Lord continue to carry you and your family in this difficult and painful time.

    (POSTSCRIPT: I’m the last person in the world to recommend “Churchian Oprah Book of the Month Club” books, but this book is one of the very few that I’ve read that I thought contained actual useful guidance from someone who actually put Scripture into practice. It’s called Fresh Wind, Fresh Fire: What Happens When God’s Spirit Invades The Hearts of His People. It’s written by Jim Cymbala, pastor of a community church in Brooklyn, New York. The central theme of his book is that PRAYER –sincere, heartfelt, focused prayer– is the key, along with a thorough understanding of Scripture, to seeing the fruits of God’s power. Prayer, he asserts, is one of the central pillars of the Christian faith, yet it is treated for all practical intents and purposes as an afterthought by most churches and most Christians. THIS, says I, from experience, is an absolutely spot-on truth, and taking the examples to heart that Cymbala uses are an excellent motivator for changing how we interact with the Lord. You can probably find a copy of this in a local Christian Book Store, if there is one near you, or go online and order a copy.)

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  13. That is an outstanding post, Pastor Sharkly, about a subject of the utmost and immediate concern to the Church: the tsaw-rah or tsah-rah, the female enemy and adversary of God. Truly in our time she is Legion.

    For obviously at this late hour in the years before Parousia, the female-adversary and her State, along with her ‘churches’, have the true Church surrounded and beset on all sides.

    I am unhappy to see the vital spiritual information for the Church contained in your post get hijacked by some old feminist’s tired complaints about her husband and his alleged abuse, and her rationalizations for the rebellion and evil she does as an adversary of God.

    These matters are between her, her husband (her spiritual covering) and God (his spiritual covering).

    However, I thank Ace for illustrating via this thread the subject matter of the post quite comprehensively. Nothing I could have written could have expressed the concept of tsaw-raw so well. Praise Jeshua! and his Kingdom of the Father.

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  14. feeriker – I, too, am being tested, although under a different scenario,
    I’m seeing this everywhere. the enemy is on over-drive and has become bold. so grateful our God is BIGGER, GREATER, and the WINNER!

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    Ace – my heart breaks for you. addiction cycles are so hard b/c when they’re at the good place, they are SOOO amazing! but when they’re at the bad place, they’re sooo bad 😦 .

    My sister’s partner (who grew up in a violent home) thinks I have “battered woman syndrome” because of my refusal to leave my husband, but it’s more my faith that keeps me by his side, and my hope that he will return to church and leave the drugs behind for good. I pray for this daily. It’s got to happen eventually, right?

    you probably do have battered woman syndrome, and you also have faith. will he eventually turn away from drugs and fully depend on Christ? only God can answer that.

    do remember I Corinthians 7 is there for your protection if your children and you need it.

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    Sharkly
    Ace
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    Ace,
    Go to my contact page. Submit your husband’s first name and phone number, and the best times of day that I might call him. If you do, I’ll try to make time to call him this week, and try to do some good.

    my respect for you has increased with this comment.

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  15. Sharkly – Thank you so much for you offer. I appreciate it so much, that you are willing to put your money where your mouth is (as the saying goes) and stand up and help men be better men. Unfortunately, my husband would just swear at you and hang up on you, so it’s not worth wasting the money on the international call.

    Feeriker – Thank you for your advice/support/prayers. The reason I have not left my husband is because I don’t believe it is what the Lord wants for me. It is something I pray about often, and He keeps giving me the strength to continue. I’m not trapped in my marriage – I have the ability to leave, and because I’ve considered it so often, I actually have a plan in place if it does get to the stage where I need to leave.
    I will check out that book you suggested.

    Ame – You are so right, when it’s good it’s so, so good! The knowledge that the time good times *will* come back again make it easier to bear the bad times.

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  16. ACE (KAK),

    You are getting various advice on how you should be handling your marriage on this site. I say let the Word of God speak for itself.

    “Servants, be in subjection to your masters with all fear; not only to the good and gentle, but also to the wicked. For it is commendable if someone endures pain, suffering unjustly, because of conscience toward God. For what glory is it if, when you sin, you patiently endure beating? But if, when you do well, you patiently endure suffering, this is commendable with God.” (1 Peter 2 18-20)……
    “In like manner, wives, be in subjection to your own husbands; so that, even if any do not obey the word, they may be won by the behavior of their wives without a word; seeing your pure behavior in fear. Let your beauty be not just the outward adorning of braiding the hair, and of wearing jewels of gold, or of putting on fine clothing; but in the hidden person of the heart, in the incorruptible adornment of a gentle and quiet spirit, which is in the sight of God very precious. For this is how the holy women before, who hoped in God also adorned themselves, being in subjection to their own husbands: as Sarah obeyed Abraham, calling him lord, whose children you now are, if you do well, and are not put in fear by any terror.” (1 Peter 3-1-6)

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  17. 10 Now to the married I command, yet not I but the Lord: A wife is not to depart from her husband. 11 But even if she does depart, let her remain unmarried or be reconciled to her husband. And a husband is not to divorce his wife.

    12 But to the rest I, not the Lord, say: If any brother has a wife who does not believe, and she is willing to live with him, let him not divorce her. 13 And a woman who has a husband who does not believe, if he is willing to live with her, let her not divorce him. 14 For the unbelieving husband is sanctified by the wife, and the unbelieving wife is sanctified by the husband; otherwise your children would be unclean, but now they are holy. 15 But if the unbeliever departs, let him depart; a brother or a sister is not under bondage in such cases. But God has called us to peace. 16 For how do you know, O wife, whether you will save your husband? Or how do you know, O husband, whether you will save your wife?
    1 Corinthians 7:10-16

    God provided a way for women to protect themselves and their children, if necessary: 11 But even if she does depart, let her remain unmarried or be reconciled to her husband. And a husband is not to divorce his wife.

    to my knowledge, this is not taught in the church. many women who want to hop to another husband will pull the ‘abuse’ card, and the church and culture blanketly accept that. but no one tells them they cannot remarry except to be reconciled to their husband.

    on the ‘depart’ …

    if marriage is created when God joins together a man and a women, and makes them one, through sex, then a legal divorce does not and can not separate what God has joined together. therefore, a legal divorce can protect a woman from a truly abusive man depending on the laws of the state, but since she is still married in the eyes of God, she cannot ‘remarry’ another man as long as her husband is still living.

    i have never heard this taught in a church – nor have i heard that it has ever been taught in a church.

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  18. i don’t read every comment out here due to time … however the theme that i’ve seen here a few times is that Ace is like two different people – one time saying her husband is wonderful, the next saying he’s terrible (Ame’s interpretation).

    addicts go through addiction cycles. you can search ‘addiction cycles’ and tons will come up. when they’re in the good place in their addiction cycle, they are one person; when they are in the bad place in their addiction cycle, they’re a different person.

    that is one of the things that makes addiction so difficult for all those involved. sometimes the person seems normal, and they are. and they’re sincere and truly want to change. but if they haven’t broken that cycle, they’ll hit the bad part, again, and it’s hell.

    so, very literally, Ace is married to two different men in one body.

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  19. Ame – Thank you, you actually get it! Yes, it really is like two different men in one body, sometimes.

    My church teaches that we cannot divorce and get remarried. There are no circumstances that allow for that. However, if marriages are so unbearable and/or unsafe that separation is inevitable, we can separate and remain single (or be reconciled to our spouse). I understand that others believe differently, and that’s between them and the Lord, but as I believe that I can’t get remarried if I do leave my husband, it’s one more reason why I really, really want my marriage to work.

    Thank you Trey for those verses, they are encouraging.

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  20. Dear Ace,

    I’ve lurked here a while; I hope you don’t mind me responding.

    Have you read Created to be his Helpmeet by Debi Pearl? One of the things they tackle is the truly difficult situations. The key is to honour your husband and the marriage – which you appear to do – whilst still taking steps to keep you safe. If he is beating you, you can go to a place of safety for a season. Don’t have an attitude about it. Affirm that you are doing this for your and your children’s safety only and you will return when it is safe. Michael pearl would suggest that if your husband is criminally abusive you should report him to the law, get him sent to jail, then visit him, support him and be waiting for him when he gets out. You don’t have to go that far, but you can keep yourself safe whilst honouring your husband.

    There is a middle ground between the feminist, ‘well, just nuke the relationship’ and the all too common ‘nice’ Christian, ‘just put up and shut up’. It is impressive that Sharkly is willing to put his money where his mouth is and try to help you. Imagine if the church were filled with men willing to act – sure, they hold us women to high standards, but they also hold themselves and the men around them to high standards.

    Rachel

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  21. feeriker,
    you make a good point. This female “uprising” or sexual “revolution” was long foretold as afflicting the sons of God’s people at the end of the age. We can rest assured that God has this world under His watchful eye, and foreknew our trouble from the beginning. And we who fight it, are fighting on God’s side, against the adversary. So be of good courage!

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  22. Rachel – I have heard a lot of good things about that book on Lori Alexander’s blog so I finally but the bullet and bought it. It’s good, isn’t it? I’m only part-way through but it’s very helpful.

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