Very insightful and Biblical
All of this talk about Genesis may have you thinking, “But what about the part about Eve being created as a helpmate?” This was a point of concern for me for a long time. Was I just created as an accessory? Was Adam tired of doing the dishes and cooking his own meal, so He asked God to give him a helper?
If you’ve been around Christian circles for any length of time, you are probably aware that the word helpmate, translates to the Hebrew word “ezer.” (Genesis 2:18) (We will see in a bit that “ezer”’s partner, “kenegda”, has been forgotten or deleted in most modern American churches.) What exactly does that word mean?
Ezer is derived from two Hebrew root words. One meant “power” and the other meant “strength”.
Carolyn James, in her book, “The Gospel of Ruth”, enlightened me on the word helpmate. Before Eve was created…
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