She Must Be Silent addresses the role of women in the Old Testament to the New Testament and gives understanding of the Great Commission that has been bestowed on both men and women. Written to encourage all women in the service of the Lord and to dispel any controversy of women teaching and preaching in the Church, the book presents scriptural foundation and gives an overview of the various roles women have played throughout history revealing that God is no respector of persons and has used women mightily in the past to accomplish His plans and purposes for humanity.
Using the statement made by Apostle Paul that a woman must be silent, the author clears the confusion and gives biblical information, scripture and explanation that sheds light on the many misconceptions this scripture has brought about. With that said, both men and women are called; and Christ is no respector of persons. It is the same Spirit that indwells believers and is given to both men and women to teach, preach and witness Christ to the world.
Women are called to serve the Lord with the empowerment of the same Spirit that is given to all, the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit’s empowerment is not for men only, but is also for women in the use of teaching and preaching the Word of God. This book offers keen insight as well into the authority that both men and women of God have and gives biblical foundations that both men and women do not possess any authority of their own, rather, the authority given is from God.
With this in mind, the book urges women of today to give their life to the Lord faithfully and sincerely, as they serve the Lord until the return of Christ.