Those are nice OT examples, but I think Sarah's point was that "Christ makes all the difference."
A women who is "in Christ" is capable of having her emotions shored up and strengthened by the Holy Spirit as much as a man.
Christ made all the difference in the OT as well!!!! :-)OJ
Were people in the OT filled with the Holy Spirit? Had they experienced Calvary and Pentecost? Was Christ in them, the hope of glory?
You will find your answer I'm these. Who appeared to Abraham in Gen 17:1? Father, Son, or Holy SpiritWho was the Spirit of Wisdom in Solomon?How was Abraham saved?I will give you a hint on the last one, he was washed in the blood of the Lamb. OJ
You should probably start a new thread, as I dont want this one to go off on a "rabbit trail"I would definitely participate.Hebrews 11:3939 And these all, having obtained a good report through faith, received not the promise:Pilgrim
Have you experienced Christ's second coming yet? No. Do you expect His second coming any less than they expected His first coming? You shouldn't. How about final judgment, do you see it as clearly as the OT saints saw it?OJ
Go ahead, start it, I am in.
Surely it can be proven that this devious exploitation of emotion is not gender specific!!!
I am going to move the subject a little bit, but I have a question. Is it ok for a Homosexual or a Lesbian to teach? Why or why not?I can say that I have heard some preach/teach with what sounds like a great authority on the scriptures. Why is this?