Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned. This is a non-Biblical quote, that has lots of truth.
In Genesis 39, we find the historical account of Joseph, son of Jacob and Rachel, being sexually harassed by an Egyptian woman. Joseph was sold by his brothers to the Ishmeelites for twenty pieces of silver. The Ishmeelites sold Joseph to Pharaoh’s captain-of-the-guard, Potiphar, to be his slave. Potiphar apparently saw what a capable man Joseph was and placed him in charge of his household.
Potiphar’s wife lusted mightily after Joseph and tried to get Joseph to have sex with her day after day. Time after time, Joseph refused. Finally one day, Potiphar’s wife caught hold of Joseph’s garment and demanded that he have sex with her. Joseph fled away from her, leaving his garment in her hand.
Potiphar’s wife made a vicious accusation against Joseph. She accused him of attempted rape. She used Joseph’s garment as evidence against him. Joseph was thrown into an Egyptian prison for many years even though he was 100% innocent.
Notice, that the accuser in this case was the one who was actually guilty of immoral conduct, and not the accused. This type of thing has gone on around the world for thousands of years.
In Proverbs chapter 7 you will find the Biblical instruction for young men to be aware of women seducers. In the story, a woman’s husband goes out of town. While he is gone, his wife takes the liberty to be unfaithful to him. She dresses herself in immodest seductive apparel and goes searching for her next victim. The Holy Bible says, that she is loud and stubborn and her feet abide not in her house.
She seduces an unwise young man, who ventures too close to her corner and is on the way to her home. She catches him and kisses him. She flatters him and tells him how she has worked hard to decorate her bed and put nice smelling perfumes on it and prepared herself for him to come to bed with her. She informs him that her husband is out of town on a long journey. She asks him to come make love with her all night long. The Holy Bible speaks of the young man as one of her many victims.
Proverbs 5:3 tells us, that the lips of an immoral woman drip like honey and are smoother than oil. Verse 6 tells us, that her ways go back and forth. This woman may be in church Sunday after Sunday, but during the week she may be sleeping around with the boys.
There are many immoral women, who like to be near men of authority, power and wealth. These type of women make themselves as sexy as possible in order to get near the men, who will take her where she wants to go in life: wealth, travel, fine homes, fine cars, fine dining, fine clothing, high society, high life parties.
The world tries to tell us, that men are evil sex maniacs, but I want you to know, that there are many women seducers; as well as, men seducers. The Holy Bible seems to warn us as much, or even more, about women seducers. Many an older more mature man has been seduced by a young female into engaging in sexual intercourse. While it is true, that the man should not have given in to this unlawful behavior, let us not be fooled into believing, that this man is always the guilty party. There is much that an older mature man has to offer a girl, that a young man does not have at his disposal and many of these young females plot how they are going to get their hands on it through their sexuality.
Clarence Thomas is a fine Supreme Court Justice, who almost did not become a U.S. Supreme Court Justice, because of accusations made against him by Anita Hill.
Roy Moore, a fine upstanding Alabama Judge and chief justice, has been accused by several women of sexually harassing the some 35-40 years ago. Many prominent people are calling for him to withdraw from the senatorial race based solely on accusations. Whether he is guilty or not remains to be seen, but he may be completely innocent. He vehemently denies all the charges.
Christ YaHShua Jesus was falsely accused by many false accusers and was sentenced to death. Can you believe it? the Son of God, in whom was NO SIN, was crucified and died, though He was guilty of nothing evil.
The time has come to carry out a Holy Bible principle in the interests of fairness and justice.
Deuteronomy 19:16-20, “If a false witness rise up against any man to testify against him that which is wrong, then both the men, between whom the controversy is, shall stand before the LORD; before the priests and the judges, which shall be in those days. And the judges shall make diligent inquisition. And behold, if the witness be a false witness and hath testified falsely against his brother, then shall you do unto him, as he had thought to have done unto his brother: so shall you put the evil away from among you. And those which remain shall hear and fear and shall henceforth commit no more any such evil among you.
For example: if a false witness testifies falsely that such-and-such person murdered such-and-such person and it be found to be untrue, then the false witness would receive the death penalty in place of the person who was falsely accused. It is time to put an end to vicious false witness.