Then what? Resurrection and judgment takes place. Jesus says that these (many) shall go away into everlasting punishment; but the righteous (few) into life eternal. (Mat. 7:13-14)
God comes first. The wife must set good examples. Wives who fail to be steadfast will fail to win their husbands. She also puts her own soul in jeopardy; and her children. There is no room for compromise.
One way to know a fool is by the reckless ordering of his life in regard to ethics. “Fools mock at sin. Among the upright there is good will.” (Proverbs 14:9) A foolish person is one who lacks commonsense insight of the truth of things, especially in the spiritual realm.
Don’t think that she wasn’t a submissive wife;
I just loved her so much I’d give her my life.
She lived the example of Ephesians five
Where love and submission balanced, come alive
Is not this the lesson we teach? Do we not preach a message that pleads with men to lift their eyes from this low ground of sorrow and gaze upon the eternal hills of glory?
The lesson to be learned here is that men and women have a chance to partake of the great things of the Kingdom of Christ but sadly often pass them by in the quest of things earthly.
He was a Rambo type warrior; More of a one man army; He does it all single handed. He was super naturally endowed. He never calls for Israel to gather an army. Stories are told of his mighty deeds laying his strength to the length of his hair.
Apostle Paul was a pleasing non-conformist. He did not flaunt his freedom in the Lord but was steadfast in God’s perfect will. He would say, “It is a very small thing that I should be judged of man’s judgment.” (1 Cor. 4:1-5)