Man-made rules keep others in bondage

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“So then brethren, we are not children of the bondwoman but of the free.”
— Galatians 4:31

A journey back in history reveals a not-so-good situation which is still practiced today. There are those in control who hold others in bondage because of the rules or culture practices.

The ones who have suffered most are the women of many countries of the world because women are considered weak and not of a good business mind to be equal to men. That is the erroneous thinking of those in control or the ones who practice the handed-down cultures which exist in some countries of the world today.

Some of the countries do not allow women to drive cars, work as supervisors, or do anything except bear children and take care of their husbands. If a woman is found to be defiant or does not follow the rules of the culture, she can be condemned to death and nobody will interfere in that ruling or they could be in the same situation as the woman...

 

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