Ryan Ringnald: Women Silence Stripes Subjection : "The Blueness of The Wounds Cleanseth Away Evil"
Transcript of Audio : "Silence! Sisters need to LEARN with all subjection. Silence. She is not to usurp authority. She is to learn in silence with all subjection. She is to LEARN: sisters, you gotta LEARN! And 'the blueness of the wound cleanseth away evil, so do stripes the inward parts of the belly'.....speaks about women; women if they would adorn themselves with good works, and they would learn with silence with all subjection.....not usurping men but to be in subjection and he gives the reasons why notwithstanding she shall be saved: IF the woman continues in charity and faith and holiness with sobriety. If you don't you won't be saved. If you don't continue in those things, sisters, women, you will not be saved. Charity -- you gotta keep charity -- Faith with Sobriety, because those things equal Christ. Those things equal abiding in Christ; and if you're not having holiness with sobriety, if you're not having charity, if you're not having faith, then you're not abiding in Christ; and there is no salvation anywhere else. Those things are in Christ. Christ is in those things, and a woman shall be saved. She is not to usurp authority. She is to learn silence with all subjection. She is to LEARN: woman, you got to LEARN. Sisters need to LEARN with all subjection, in silence. She shall be saved through childbearing, bearing her cross if she bears it in Christ. And in Christ when you bear crosses and tribulations, they're not losses: they're for gain. They're sanctification; they're bread for you in Christ. Outside of Christ, crosses and losses and distresses and pain and shame is going to mar you and make you bitter and make you upset and make you angry. But in Christ, if you are abiding in faith and charity, holding to sobriety, sisters, no matter what you go through, it's going to be bread for you. You're going to be more holy. You're going to be more sanctified, and 'the blueness of the wound cleanseth away evil, so do stripes the inward parts of the belly.'"