You’ve heard this saying many times “Life is a test that I didn’t study for” and to add my meaning to the sentence, “Life is not just full of choices, it’s full of multiple choices.” But when it comes to us REAL ladies, which will you choose?
It seems to me that the whole world is full of Bathsheebas. What I mean about that is there are too many men out there lusting after women based on their body parts. For example, the ladies that every men always lusting and rapping about are Beyonce, The Kardashian Sisters, Halle Berry, Nia Long, and so forth. These are the examples of Bathsheebas. It doesn’t matter if these is ladies are beautiful based on the body figures. What does matter is how beautiful they are by they respect themselves. I figured that if you would start paying attention to the sizes of every woman’s heart, talent, and the higher GOD she serves, you wouldn’t be paying that much attention to women’s backside, breasts, legs, and thighs.
Now before I keep it real on this topic, I’d like to point out an example about Bathsheeba in biblical terms. Do you happen to realize that LUST is one of the deadliest sins? To make a point, David the King went out on his balcony and saw a fine woman taking a bath on her rooftop. Yes, her name is Bathsheeba. Lust was all up in David’s eyes that caused him to seduce her and ended up doing the dirty work by having her husband killed just have her as his wife. Now, David thought that can away with what he did, but he thought wrong when God sent Nathan to pull the cover off of David.
Fellas, you may ask yourselves these questions: “Why can’t these females do right? Don’t they happen to realize that if they would respect themselves, we men would be glad to treat them like queens?” Well, you probably right about that. But, Ladies, you may even ask these questions yourselves: “Why can’t all men do right? Don’t they happen to realize that if they would stop looking at our body parts, we ladies be glad to treat them like kings?” Now, that’s exactly what I’m talking about!
My BIGGEST questions that should’ve been asked is: WHICH WILL YOU CHOOSE?
Bible and Brains, or Breasts and Booty? Love, or Lust? Saved With Amazing Grace, or Sinned With A lot of Guilt? Better yet, let me ask THIS critical question, Which Animal Will You Choose to Be? A Lion that lies down with the Lamb, or A Dog that lies down with Fleas? I came out strong, didn’t I?!
The trouble with most men who claims to be a lion just because a lion is the king of the jungle but not in godly way when they are literary being a dog. No offense, guys, in this matter. But every men need to understand that God Himself had put us on this earth to develop our minds and our bodies in our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. I mean, we, as ladies, know that there is the #1 thing that we are NOT:
A Cheap Value Meal. Now, guys, if all you want for a lady is breasts, thighs, and legs, do yourselves a favor. Go to a drive-thru window at either Popeye’s, KFC, or Church’s chicken because we ladies are NOT cheap value meals! We human beings that sets a price on ourselves. A high, HIGH price! With the price that high, we valued ourselves to know that our bodies is the Lord’s Temple (1 Corinthians 6:19).
We are more than our body parts that you see and rap about in music videos, magazines, and movies. So instead of looking at how big our booties and our breasts are, how about using your brains, read your Bible, and get your attention back on God the Father? Rather than focusing only on the body parts, choose instead to add spiritual strength through your Bible and brains.
Need I remind you, here are some messages that God would teach you all because you might need it as a reality check. Exercise daily in GOD–no spiritual flabbiness, please! Workouts in the gymnasium are useful, but a disciplined life in GOD is far more so, making you fit both today and forever (1 Timothy 4:8). Hear these words spoken just to YOU, godly ladies: “Let no one despise your youth, but be an example to the believers in word, in conduct, in love, in spirit, in faith, in purity…Give attention to reading, to exhortation, to doctrine. Do not neglect the gift that is in you” (1 Timothy 4:11-14).
As I come to a conclusion, I pray that all of us will be real cautious when it come to the choices that we choose and I want encourage you all that God’s divine power has given us everything we need for life and godliness through our knowledge of Him who called us by His own glory and goodness (2 Peter 1:3).
God is Love,