Am i an intimidating women
That day, David was seeking salvation for himself, but it was gifted to him by God in Abigail, who, even while she was at his mercy as his subject, told him what he needed to hear.Strong women rebuke good men, who need help in their weaknesses, who need someone to help them see how to be strong.This simple rule has been proven time and time again to be one of the most universally accepted routes to become more attractive, more sought after, and more intriguing to the opposite sex.It’s not the magic bullet, but it’s the powerful weapon that all desirable people possess in their arsenal.
As Christians (and as humans), we feel very clever when we get to diagnose the cause and cure of singleness. And the answer must forever be, on the basis of Scripture, “May it never be.” Strong women are as vital as strong men to God’s purpose in the church. I can’t speak for Christian men everywhere, but I can speak for myself, and for many of the men in the Bible: Godliness is attractive to both men and women (Proverbs ).
And you’ll notice it everywhere once you start looking for the patterns.
Try to think about a friend of yours, or someone you know, who seems to just be effortlessly attractive. She just does her thing – she isn’t especially kind or generous, she doesn’t give guys special treatment or play games, and yet she seems to have no problem getting guys intrigued and wanting to chase her, to text her – she’s even had guys begging to lock her down and be exclusive.
“You’re too opinionated.” “You’re too boisterous.” “A woman should be small, quiet, and delicate.” Yet, it’s easy to forget in the midst of all our diagnosing: whether a woman is “intimidating” is a factor of male perception, not female personality. And often, godly femininity requires being strong, even intimidating. Jael’s husband Heber “had separated from the Kenites,” and “had pitched his tent as far away as the oak in Zaanannim, which is near Kedesh” (Judges ).
So, when Sisera, a Canaanite military general under Jabin the King of Hazor — the enemy of the people of God — tried to seek refuge, he went to Heber’s tent, “for there was peace between Jabin the King of Hazor and the house of Heber the Kenite” (Judges ).
But then, when men stare at women and the women don’t like it nor do they glance back, I really don’t think that qualifies for a flirtatious stare exchange.