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Let the older women be reverent in behavior, . . . so that they may advise the younger women.—Titus 2:3, 4.

 
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Let the older women be reverent in behavior, . . . so that they may advise the younger women.—Titus 2:3, 4.
Single sisters now have many opportunities to expand their ministry by pioneering, moving to where the need is greater, working with the Local Design/Construction program, and applying for the School for Kingdom Evangelizers. Some are even able to attend Gilead School. Older women, though unable to do many of those things, are also a blessing to the congregation. How we love these dear sisters! Some may not be able to do as much as they once did in God’s service, but they can still show courage and go to work. For example, an older sister needs courage if she is asked to talk to a younger sister about modest dress. She will not scold the sister about her choice of clothing, but she may be able to encourage the younger one to consider how her choice of clothing may affect others. (1 Tim. 2:9, 10) Such loving expressions of concern may have a positive effect. w17.09 31-32 ¶17-18
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Re: Let the older women be reverent in behavior, . . . so that they may advise the younger women.—Titus 2:3, 4.
Spiritually mature women, a credit to the congregation. Have you benefited from encouragement from any?
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Re: Let the older women be reverent in behavior, . . . so that they may advise the younger women.—Titus 2:3, 4.
As long as they are not preaching at the dais, fine.
"Let your women keep silent in church."

They aren't licensed (by God) to preach.
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Re: Let the older women be reverent in behavior, . . . so that they may advise the younger women.—Titus 2:3, 4.
As long as they are not preaching at the dais, fine.
"Let your women keep silent in church."

They aren't licensed (by God) to preach.
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Some of the wisest comments I hear in the kingdom Hall are from women.
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Re: Let the older women be reverent in behavior, . . . so that they may advise the younger women.—Titus 2:3, 4.
As long as they are not preaching at the dais, fine.
"Let your women keep silent in church."

They aren't licensed (by God) to preach.
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Some of the wisest comments I hear in the kingdom Hall are from women.
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That's fine. Women are free to speak, and the elders among them are powerful exhorters to the younger ladies. But not during the sermon.
We are told to keep them off the Pastor list, that's all.
I always suspected the scripture was referring to gossipy women in the audience. Women sat on one side, men on the other. They had a hard time keeping quiet with all that company nearby.
Still, the Book says what it says. We either heed it or we do not.
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Re: Let the older women be reverent in behavior, . . . so that they may advise the younger women.—Titus 2:3, 4.
As long as they are not preaching at the dais, fine.
"Let your women keep silent in church."

They aren't licensed (by God) to preach.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5461667


Some of the wisest comments I hear in the kingdom Hall are from women.
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That's fine. Women are free to speak, and the elders among them are powerful exhorters to the younger ladies. But not during the sermon.
We are told to keep them off the Pastor list, that's all.
I always suspected the scripture was referring to gossipy women in the audience. Women sat on one side, men on the other. They had a hard time keeping quiet with all that company nearby.
Still, the Book says what it says. We either heed it or we do not.
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Good explanation thank you.
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Re: Let the older women be reverent in behavior, . . . so that they may advise the younger women.—Titus 2:3, 4.
As long as they are not preaching at the dais, fine.
"Let your women keep silent in church."

They aren't licensed (by God) to preach.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5461667


Some of the wisest comments I hear in the kingdom Hall are from women.
 Quoting: DGN



That's fine. Women are free to speak, and the elders among them are powerful exhorters to the younger ladies. But not during the sermon.
We are told to keep them off the Pastor list, that's all.
I always suspected the scripture was referring to gossipy women in the audience. Women sat on one side, men on the other. They had a hard time keeping quiet with all that company nearby.
Still, the Book says what it says. We either heed it or we do not.
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Hahahahahaha.
Very amusing.
A people who can select what they choose to believe of their own doctrine.
God this and god that, but lets do what we want anyway. Hahahahahahahah.
F+cking priceless.
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Re: Let the older women be reverent in behavior, . . . so that they may advise the younger women.—Titus 2:3, 4.
As long as they are not preaching at the dais, fine.
"Let your women keep silent in church."

They aren't licensed (by God) to preach.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5461667


Some of the wisest comments I hear in the kingdom Hall are from women.
 Quoting: DGN



That's fine. Women are free to speak, and the elders among them are powerful exhorters to the younger ladies. But not during the sermon.
We are told to keep them off the Pastor list, that's all.
I always suspected the scripture was referring to gossipy women in the audience. Women sat on one side, men on the other. They had a hard time keeping quiet with all that company nearby.
Still, the Book says what it says. We either heed it or we do not.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5461667


Hahahahahaha.
Very amusing.
A people who can select what they choose to believe of their own doctrine.
God this and god that, but lets do what we want anyway. Hahahahahahahah.
F+cking priceless.
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There is no contradiction. A church is not a building. It is a group of people engaging in worship. After the Pastor's services are complete (Church is over) they are encouraged to speak, to help each other, to have good fellowship, and that includes the women of course.
Keeping silent in CHURCH meant during the sermon.
This is a simple idea.
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Re: Let the older women be reverent in behavior, . . . so that they may advise the younger women.—Titus 2:3, 4.
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Some of the wisest comments I hear in the kingdom Hall are from women.
 Quoting: DGN



That's fine. Women are free to speak, and the elders among them are powerful exhorters to the younger ladies. But not during the sermon.
We are told to keep them off the Pastor list, that's all.
I always suspected the scripture was referring to gossipy women in the audience. Women sat on one side, men on the other. They had a hard time keeping quiet with all that company nearby.
Still, the Book says what it says. We either heed it or we do not.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5461667


Hahahahahaha.
Very amusing.
A people who can select what they choose to believe of their own doctrine.
God this and god that, but lets do what we want anyway. Hahahahahahahah.
F+cking priceless.
 Quoting: Plebs all around 77841029


There is no contradiction. A church is not a building. It is a group of people engaging in worship. After the Pastor's services are complete (Church is over) they are encouraged to speak, to help each other, to have good fellowship, and that includes the women of course.
Keeping silent in CHURCH meant during the sermon.
This is a simple idea.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5461667


Fair enough.
I reckon there was a long waged war against women anyway, so if it meant what you say then some guy most likely took the opportunity to use it against women out of context.

Sorry for laughing.
Peace.
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Re: Let the older women be reverent in behavior, . . . so that they may advise the younger women.—Titus 2:3, 4.
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That's fine. Women are free to speak, and the elders among them are powerful exhorters to the younger ladies. But not during the sermon.
We are told to keep them off the Pastor list, that's all.
I always suspected the scripture was referring to gossipy women in the audience. Women sat on one side, men on the other. They had a hard time keeping quiet with all that company nearby.
Still, the Book says what it says. We either heed it or we do not.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5461667


Hahahahahaha.
Very amusing.
A people who can select what they choose to believe of their own doctrine.
God this and god that, but lets do what we want anyway. Hahahahahahahah.
F+cking priceless.
 Quoting: Plebs all around 77841029


There is no contradiction. A church is not a building. It is a group of people engaging in worship. After the Pastor's services are complete (Church is over) they are encouraged to speak, to help each other, to have good fellowship, and that includes the women of course.
Keeping silent in CHURCH meant during the sermon.
This is a simple idea.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5461667


Fair enough.
I reckon there was a long waged war against women anyway, so if it meant what you say then some guy most likely took the opportunity to use it against women out of context.

Sorry for laughing.
Peace.
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Peace and His blessings to you, too.
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Re: Let the older women be reverent in behavior, . . . so that they may advise the younger women.—Titus 2:3, 4.
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Some of the wisest comments I hear in the kingdom Hall are from women.
 Quoting: DGN



That's fine. Women are free to speak, and the elders among them are powerful exhorters to the younger ladies. But not during the sermon.
We are told to keep them off the Pastor list, that's all.
I always suspected the scripture was referring to gossipy women in the audience. Women sat on one side, men on the other. They had a hard time keeping quiet with all that company nearby.
Still, the Book says what it says. We either heed it or we do not.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5461667


Hahahahahaha.
Very amusing.
A people who can select what they choose to believe of their own doctrine.
God this and god that, but lets do what we want anyway. Hahahahahahahah.
F+cking priceless.
 Quoting: Plebs all around 77841029


There is no contradiction. A church is not a building. It is a group of people engaging in worship. After the Pastor's services are complete (Church is over) they are encouraged to speak, to help each other, to have good fellowship, and that includes the women of course.
Keeping silent in CHURCH meant during the sermon.
This is a simple idea.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5461667


Right, same for the men.





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