Practically speaking, we can no longer afford to neglect the importance of building and sustaining Christian homes. We have fancy churches, big businesses, and every technological advantage imaginable. But until our main focus is on building our families strong in Christ, the White race will only become weaker.
The Apostle Paul provides these practical insights:
Wives, submit yourselves unto your own husbands, as it is fit in the Lord. Husbands, love your wives, and be not bitter against them. Children, obey your parents in all things: for this is well pleasing unto the Lord. Fathers, provoke not your children to anger, lest they be discouraged. Colossians 3:18-21
At the very depths of who we are, we know this is where we need to do the most work.
God intended for society to function through His ordained institution of the Adamic family unit or what would be considered Christian marriage and the home. As a wife, freely receive these inspired words of the Apostle Paul. As a husband, it is to your advantage to fully absorb this God-given responsibility into your heart by following these words. Only then will our marriages be exhibiting the qualities necessary to teach them to your children most effectively.
Every assault God’s enemies are bringing against the kingdom of God is an outright affront to everything represented by what Paul is saying here about marriage and the home. As we are witnessing, repetitious religion and worn-out politics even in the Name of Christ, cannot accomplish only what building strong Christian homes can and will, for the good of our children and the glory of God.
Here we also get a little more particular to where this spiritual principle of “Christ in you” (which is the focal point of this Epistle) applies, specifically when we look at gender and marriage roles. One would have to be extremely naive to not recognize the relentless attacks on traditional, Christian marriage – which is only between White “wives” and “husbands”. Yet Paul cuts to the thrust of the matter, plainly explaining what both a husband and wife need to concentrate on in their own lives, in order to work together at having a successful marriage and home.
For quite some time, due to the maniacal influences of Cultural Marxism, traditional marriage has been ridiculed, frowned upon, and even laughed at, as inter-racial and same-sex relationships are being applauded, celebrated, and promoted. Regardless of the perverse trends of this old world, God has not changed and His is the only right way when it comes to how husbands should treat their wives and vice versa. Currently we are witnessing very few marriages which display the proper balance. This can change by those needing help taking heed to these instructions.
First of all, wives are to “submit” to the God-given authority of their husbands. Wife, it is your responsibility to subdue yourself unto your husband. Though everything in our society opposes it, a wife must make a deliberate, conscious effort to perform this from within herself. As we will further recognize, it makes it so much easier when the husband is also doing his part. Obviously wives need to understand that this is something only they can and must do themselves. Wives’ submission to their husbands is the only way that is acceptable or “fit in the Lord”.
This of course goes completely against the grain of modern ideas such as feminism, with its subtle yet, broad influence upon society today. Yet spiritually speaking, it is far more convenient for a Christian wife to submit to her husband, than to resist his authority or headship, especially if he is leading her in love.
While many husbands want to emphasize how the Bible teaches that wives are to submit, Paul is saying that is only her part.
This requires for every husband to humble himself and honestly assess his own heart and practice. For without husbands doing their part, there’s really not that much to build upon, even if the wife wants to be submissive. Without the essential element of husbands loving their wives, little or no genuine submission is possible or should be expected for any duration. Husband, don’t fool yourself into thinking for one second it’s all on your wife to make the marriage work by just her submission.
The level and quality of her submission is based on your love.
The standard for this is given in Paul’s Epistle to the Ephesians, where this same thing is compared to the love Christ had for the church when He died on the cross (Ephesians 5:25). What does this tell you as a husband then, when the Bible tells you to love your wife the same way? The more you love your wife, the more she is to submit to you. If you are loving your wife as much as you can, she has no legitimate excuse not to submit to you. Trust in our All-Wise God Who has designed it to work this way. For marriages to be healthy, strong, and successful, the wife and the husband must each do their part.
The way a godly man leads his wife and family is by love.
Husband, are you frustrated because it seems the longer you’ve been married, the less submissive your wife has become? Not in all cases, but what happens many times may be better understood by the following:
Not knowing any better, the husband remains much the way he was before getting married, wanting to do ‘his own thing’ most of the time. This may pass for awhile, but after ‘the new wears off’, this can eventually become frustrating for the wife, even one who genuinely wants to be submissive. Over time, possibly in direct proportion with her waning submissiveness, the husband finds himself becoming more and more bitter towards his wife, while having no clue as to why she will not submit. By him falling into this spiral of bitterness and her becoming less willing to submit, they slowly drift further and further apart. By contrast, we recognize how God’s design for marriage is contingent upon the man’s willingness to love his wife sacrificially, just like Christ.
When we don’t do it God’s way it’s not going to work, even when it comes to marriage. In many cases, our frustration as husbands could be our own fault if all we’ve ever heard or followed is how we must ‘lay down the law’ to our wives and nothing more. According to the Bible however, being a good husband requires giving your wife the care and attention she needs and deserves which requires for you to change. It’s not enough just to say that your wife is a special gift from God – you must want to prove it to her.
Paul is telling us the most essential part here – “Husbands, love your wives”. The road from you being so bitter toward your wife to having a wonderful marriage, may very well be you simply giving her more care and attention, and practicing love as the Bible clearly instructs husbands to right here. Stop fooling yourself into thinking there is nothing you can do to make things better.
“Be fruitful and multiply” was the first commandment God gave to our oldest ancestors.
As we see, non-Whites are multiplying by the tens of millions and it is sad to hear how outspoken White couples are about not wanting to have children. Though the carnal mind may somehow reconcile this, it is totally against the Spirit of God Who lives within us. What if Moses’ parents for instance, would have allowed fear to control their decision about having children, while the Egyptian government was deliberately slaughtering all male Hebrew babies?! On the contrary, they trusted God and did not allow fear to prevent them from having Moses.
As a White couple who is able to have children, stop being afraid by fulfilling the main purpose God put you together – start having beautiful White babies!
To those who already have children, if it’s not obvious to you that the world wants to destroy them, then it’s time to wake up.
More and more, we recognize what a magnetic influence the entertainment industry and the educational system are having upon the minds of the younger generation with their wickedness. These are our future parents and leaders – the ones who should be preparing to carry the torch of truth and righteousness which very few are willing to carry, even in our day. The key is for “Children” to be taught at an early age to “obey” their parents and God in their hearts. If parents are serious about raising their children right and are living to please God themselves, then they should not accept anything less than for their children to live to please them. For a child to live to please their godly parents makes that child pleasing to God.
In many cases, those who grew up not caring about the consequences of their actions or not having a sense of responsibility, ultimately did not have parents who loved them.
Though it is shameful to see a lazy or misbehaving child, one cannot fully expect a child to obey without parents who do not understand the importance of training them in the way they should go. Above all, children need to see parents who are in unity by performing these simple principles of love and submission expressed here in Scripture. It all begins with parents setting the proper example through obeying these words. Otherwise, the blame primarily falls squarely on the man of the house which leads to what Paul proclaims in the final verse of our text:
Fathers, provoke not your children to anger, lest they be discouraged. Colossians 3:21
It is both confusing and discouraging for children to see the hypocrisy in their parents, and in most cases, the responsibility falls primarily on the weakness of the man. Once we have our own children, it’s not somebody else’s responsibility to care for and raise them, but the parents, under the God-ordained headship of “Fathers”.
In the home is ‘where the rubber meets the road’ when it comes to living out your professed Christianity.
What an honor it is to one day be called, “Father”, “Dad”, or “Papa”. When you look into the eyes of your newborn son or daughter for the first time, it fills your heart with joy and pride. Keep those feelings alive, by recognizing that your Heavenly Father has blessed you with this precious life which you are responsible to train, raise, and cherish until they are on their own. For our own personal commitment to Christ will never rise above the health of our marriage or exceed how effectively we are raising our children.
Parents must maintain and practice control of themselves before they can ever expect to maintain consistent discipline with their children.
To “provoke not” is simply to not quarrel or argue with your child. Whether it results from a lack of persistent discipline on the part of the parent or is expressed through rash anger, arguing is never the way to handle any situation with your wife or child. When it comes to marriage and parenting, cooler heads must always prevail.
It is the duty of the parents to know everything that is going on in your own home, especially the father.
There is a fine line when it comes to disciplining children. We are to be loving and patient, while still being firm and persistent. Never take for granted or assume that just because they are your children, that they will always go the right way or make all the correct decisions. It is your responsibility as parents to know who your children are spending their free time with, what they are into, and what are they doing, as well as who they look up to and admire. And whenever things do arise which require correction and discipline, fathers must make sure to set the tone with a firm hand while at the same time, maintaining a calm heart by holding his temper.
Again, for the most part, this is where our people are missing it. By not assuming our individual responsibilities in our marriage and home, we cannot expect things to get any better in the world around us. Therefore, we cannot emphasize enough that this is the very last place we need to continue falling short. Accept that establishing, maintaining, and protecting the overall health of your marriage and home is most important. For whatever we may assume we are accomplishing, even for God, will not be nearly as blessed.
Making the necessary sacrifices to build Christian homes is the greatest way to make Christ visible to others around you.
This isn’t something that’s just going to happen on its own. It requires the highest priority and mutual effort for families to implement and maintain. Spend more time together doing things the whole family can enjoy. Don’t allow your schedule or even the arrival of children to take away the “fire” and romance in your marriage. Do whatever it takes to make your marriage and family into something that honors Christ – a Christian home. For there is nothing more fulfilling this side of heaven than to have a marriage which creates a loving environment for children to become all they can be for Christ.