Women have found themselves as creatures to be held in awe, for the chivalrous knight to captivate them, for their honor, assumedly in their virtue as virginal. Common sense dictates that after a woman’s time of virginity is completed, and she finds love, she would also be honored as a matter of course. But sadly, that is not much celebrated across the globe. Rather, people celebrate the fruit of her womb, but not the woman who learns to love, carnally, spiritually, fully and completely. That just doesn’t make sense. It can only be because we are out of focus, or focused elsewhere. Just understand this: humanity has to go further. Women across the globe must be free. This is our time in the light of the Dispensation.
I am saying that in relation to our time, dispensation, “the” dispensation of God, might need redefining. The reconfiguring it needs must be shapely, if not poignant, enough to include women in the article “the” before “Dispensation of God.” “Our Time in Light of the Dispensation of God” is the time for God to give to women. It is the time to take Eve out of cold storage, and give her a crown, glory and capital, to allow her to live in a true and complete way with God, humanity and creation. If you want to participate in giving all things back to women, you have to include Eve. A dispensation to restore her or recreate her becomes redundant when recreation has already occurred, but still creation must proceed. This is the time in history for the whole creation to proceed in both genders, not in tandem but in interconnectivity.