Because Christianity is bigger than Biblical manhood or Biblical womanhood (Blog of Retha Faurie)

The story of Miss Foot

One day, The Body was walking along, and Miss Foot got a thorn. “Aauuuwww”, wailed Foot.

“Shut up, Foot”, admonished Mr. Mouth. “You are a woman. Women should be silent in the body of believers!”

Miss Foot send the pain message along to Mr. Nervous system. “I wish”, thought mr. Nervous System, “that she’d shut up. She can’t teach or have authority over a man!”

Mrs. Hand saw the problem, and wanted to pull out the thorn.

“No”, warned the rest of the body. Miss Foot is sinning by complaining like this. She should be joyful!”

 

The body hopped along on one foot. It affected the body’s balance and speed, but at least women members were kept in their place. And Brain could not concentrate, because of the pain. But how could he tell Mrs. Hand to give in to the sinful Miss Foot? It’s a matter of principle!

 

1Co 12:26  And when one member suffer, all the members suffer with it; or one member be honoured, all the members rejoice with it.

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Comments on: "The story of Miss Foot" (2)

  1. LOL and eventually, the body could go nowhere because it needs two feet to walk. 🙂

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  2. Good illustration, Retha. TL– since the feet are at the bottom, unrecognized but carrying the whole body along, I suspect they’re BOTH women. In which case it’s only a matter of time before the other foot gets a thorn too . . .

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