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Wives and Submission - A.W. Tozer

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Topic: Family Life Scripture(s): 1 Peter 3:1-7 Description: The subject of 1 Peter 3:1-7 is no joking matter. In the home, says Dr. Tozer, “there’s place for recognition of the proper relationships and positions, but there is no place for domination.” “The dominating wife is a product of sin and of unbelief,” the pastor declares, “and has no place whatsoever in the will of God.” As for the husband, there is no biblical example, anywhere, for the brutal lord who rules his home with an iron hand. Pastor Tozer bravely tackles the subject of how a woman should dress, by describing four general traits: clean, neat, modest, and appropriate. “On Wives and Their Place in Family Life” is the 25th message in this 34-part study of Peter’s first epistle. It was preached in Chicago, Illinois on April 4, 1954, and its length is 29 minutes and 58 seconds. I would like to thank our friends at sermonindex for allowing us to share this teaching with you!