Womens’ main sin nature: Enviousness, discontent, and validation

Have a little time, so I wanted to comment on this conclusion.

I am quickly coming to the conclusion that women of the modern feminist era are ego buoys. Ebb or flow, high tide or low, her ego will always bob to the surface. Everything women want and every decision they make revolves around whatever happens to stoke their ego in a given context.

  • Why do women want a tall hawt guy?  Ego rush.
  • Why do women want a man with power, status, athleticism, looks, and money?  Ego dominance.
  • Why do women want some men but not others? Because those men stroke their ego.
  • Why do women buy into the lies of feminism?  Having a career, education, financial independence, P-power, sexual liberation, and so on, appeals to their Ego.
  • Why do women want to ride the carousel?  Solipsistic Ego trip, one after the other.
  • Why do women refuse sex with otherwise hawt guys?  Ego is not being affirmed.
  • Why would a woman abstain from sex?  When it’s a distraction from Ego primacy.
  • Why do women resort to contentiousness, gaslighting, hamsterbating, $h!t tests, etc.?  Ego expression and preservation.
  • Why do women monkey branch?  Choice driven Ego.
  • Why do women want to get married?  Status and security driven Ego.
  • Why do women settle for Beta Bob?  More Ego from getting married than not.
  • Why do women want children?  To capitalize on having a family as an Ego investment.
  • Why do women NOT want children?  Children mirror adult behavior which is felt as mocking her ego, and thereby interferes with her Ego dominance.
  • Why do women want to control the man in their life?  Pride driven Ego with a hefty load of distrust.
  • Why is the word “submission” profane to women?  It requires them to swallow their egotistical pride.

While this is true, if we dig deeper it goes back to women’s original sin in Genesis 3:

Genesis 3:1 Now the serpent was more crafty than any of the wild animals the Lord God had made. He said to the woman, “Did God really say, ‘You must not eat from any tree in the garden’?” 2 The woman said to the serpent, “We may eat fruit from the trees in the garden, 3 but God did say, ‘You must not eat fruit from the tree that is in the middle of the garden, and you must not touch it, or you will die.’” 4 “You will not certainly die,” the serpent said to the woman. 5 “For God knows that when you eat from it your eyes will be opened, and you will be like God, knowing good and evil.” 6 When the woman saw that the fruit of the tree was good for food and pleasing to the eye, and also desirable for gaining wisdom, she took some and ate it. She also gave some to her husband, who was with her, and he ate it. 7 Then the eyes of both of them were opened, and they realized they were naked; so they sewed fig leaves together and made coverings for themselves.

The temptation of Eve at it’s core root is enviousness (of God) and discontent with how she is. She is not content or satisfied with being a woman; she desires to be like God.

Feminism, in particular, is rooted in enviousness of men and discontent with her own womanhood. Career, money, education, independence, etc. This is why feminists hate women who love their husbands, families, and staying at home with the kids. They either hate what they gave up or hate what they couldn’t have. They become bitter old cat women.

The third point to is validation. The serpent validated Eve’s own desire to eat the fruit making the temptation more prominent — the temptation was already there as she had been thinking about it before. Likewise, women obtain validation from men, and Adam eating the fruit verified it for her — “She also gave some to her husband, who was with her, and he ate it.” God emphasizes this in His punishment for Adam.

Genesis 3:17 To Adam he said, “Because you listened to your wife and ate fruit from the tree about which I commanded you, ‘You must not eat from it,’

Social media in particular is the holy grail (in a bad way) for women due to encouraging enviousness, discontent, and validation farming in women. Facebook knew Instagram was destructive for young girls and covered it up. Endless comparisons about the curated only-good stories that most women post or posts about insert-questionable-behavior-here and getting the ‘you-go-grrrl’ comments to validate doing it. 

These seem to be the things that women struggle with the most given their sin nature, and focusing on striving for contentment in Christ seems to be the key. However, when is the last time you heard a sermon on contentment, especially one directed at women? I can recall a one or two on contentment. None specifically at women using examples for women.

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4 Responses to Womens’ main sin nature: Enviousness, discontent, and validation

  1. Oscar says:

    However, when is the last time you heard a sermon on contentment, especially one directed at women? I can recall a one or two on contentment. None specifically at women using examples for women.

    In the 45 years I’ve been attending church, I think I can remember one sermon on Genesis 3 that pretty much covered what you covered here. That’s 45 years of attending churches of multiple denominations, in multiple countries, and continents. I think that sermon on Genesis 3 was at a Calvary Chapel, but I may not be remembering that correctly.

  2. Scott says:

    Good insights. I went for a walk yesterday and God pointed out that I hadn’t really been thankful recently. I was desiring worldly things and not content. I immediately repented and starting being thankful and so much peace and joy filled my heart! This is definitely something I will look for in my future wife. I’ve always wanted someone who wasn’t always looking for attention on social media. Thanks for posting!

  3. buckyinky says:

    Often tradcons will complain about how the feminist movement denigrates womanly and feminine things and glorifies masculine things. For example, feminists glorify careers outside the home for women, and insist that the normalizing of the same has been a good thing.

    Tradcons, good at perpetually missing the boat, point out that this unreasonably makes the masculine ideals the standard, as if it were only a matter of showing women just how awesome womanly things are, then women would take their gaze off the manly pursuits the feminists are pointing them towards.

    But the problem is the need for repentance among women, repentance of envy and discontent at God’s design, and not a problem of being just so doggone naive about how awesome their womanly nature is.

  4. Jack says:

    “The temptation of Eve at it’s core root is enviousness (of God) and discontent with how she is. She is not content or satisfied with being a woman; she desires to be like God.”

    Envy, discontent, and the need for validation are often pursued under the guise of ego relevancy, that is, the things that feminists don’t like about patriarchy and masculinity are things that limit their ego validation in some way, or make them feel envious or discontented.

    But the thing is, maintaining ego relevancy is not bad or evil. In fact, the ego is an important element of human psychology and having one is a healthy sign of life. However, the way in which a woman achieves ego primacy can be grossly maladaptive or even destructive. The key is whether a woman’s ego is well adjusted or not.

    This is where feminists get confused. They want to affirm the ego, which is good and right, but they mistake Christianity, Patriarchy, and masculinity as being foes of the feminine ego. This is why the Curse of Eve is a curse.

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