Wife Beating

Wife beating has hit the roof especially after the lockdown, according to the statistics of domestic violence. Naomi said to her daughters-in-law, "The Lord grant that you may find rest, each in the house of her husband" (Ruth 1:9). Husband’s house is supposed to be a place of rest for wives. But to many wives it has become a place of terror and torture. They have left their parental home and entered a new home, full of hope and excitement. But after a child or two all they face is abuse and beatings

I found the following interesting information in the Woman’s Bible –

The Ketubah is the Jewish marriage contract required from the groom and read aloud during the marriage ceremony. This one-sided contract was not an illusory obligation but a document prepared, according to the legal enactments of the Jewish sages, by the husband, detailing the responsibilities that he would have to his wife during their wedded life together (see Exo 21:10; Lev 18 : 18; Deu 24:5). The rabbis extended the explicit Old Testament requirements of food, clothing and conjugal rights to include the demand that the husband respect his wife and not make her cry. He must deny himself to provide for her needs. One groom wrote, "Be to me as wife according to the Law of Moses and Israel, and I will serve, honor, support, sustain, and clothe thee according to the customs of the Jewish husbands." The traditional order to these verbs expressing responsibility, beginning with "serve," indicates the spirit of the document.

The wife preserved this elaborately decorated document. For the Jewish community and for all the world, the Ketubah stands as a monumental example of the protection of the rights of women.

Jesus spoke about the "hardness of heart" to men, while speaking about divorce (Mt 19:8). When life becomes a routine, it is natural for the spouses to get irritated with each other even for small violations. Then the heart gradually becomes hard. If there was one person who could have beaten his wife and gone guilt-free, that was Hosea. Gomer deserved beatings for what she did. Hosea could have divorced her according to the Law, for her adulteries. But God told him to love her. Why? God was allegorically teaching the people of Israel how much He loved them in spite of their failures, like a jilted husband doting on his straying wife.

What does this mean to us today? Paul exhorts husbands to love their wives, just as Hosea loved Gomer, as Christ loved the church and gave Himself for her in spite of her worst behavior (Eph 5:25). The church wasn’t perfect. But love was the way Christ made her holy. Note the word ‘that’ in verses 26 and 27.

Peter instructs husbands to live with their wives with understanding, giving her honor as to the "weaker" vessel (1 Pet 3:7). She is definitely weaker than man. Is it not shame and cowardice for a man to beat someone weaker than him? Here on earth you may win, but before God you have lost. If a man beat a slave to death, he was to be punished (Exo 21:20). How much sorer punishment he will receive if he beats his wife!

The mark of a good husband is the tears of his widow. Will your wife lament when you die, or let out a big sigh of relief? For the Bible says that the wicked man’s widow will not weep (Job 27:15).

So repent of your hard heart. Ask God to remove your heart of stone and give you a heart of flesh. Confess your sin to God and humble yourself and apologize to your wife. Hold her and tell her that you will never beat her again. Whenever you get angry, take out your wedding album and flip through the marriage and honeymoon scenes or sing a spiritual song like, "Lord, I want to be a Christian in my heart..." A four line ditty to a father goes like this -

"Be careful where you go, young man,

Be careful what you do.

Two little eyes are watching you now -

Two little feet will be following you."

So set a good example for your children. Don’t beat their mother.

Wives must first of all have it clear in their minds that they don’t have to put up with physical abuse in the name of submission. She must boldly look into her husband’s eyes and tell him to stop beating her, and that if he beats her again she would inform the pastor (or some spiritual leader who cares about her family). If he still beats her she must inform her pastor or the spiritual leader and get help. They must talk to him and put some sense into his head. If that also doesn’t help, she must remove herself from the scene with the children and be safe till he repents.

If he repents and wants the wife to return, at least three or four responsible people must sit together with both of them and make him promise that he will never beat her again. If he violates his promise, she must inform the team.

Wives should be submissive and pleasing to their husbands. A wife should show her piety by her love, gentleness and not talking back. She must be as

pleasant as possible and try not to irritate him in any way. Her failure in any area does not give her husband license to treat her like a slave. God, speaking about His relationship with Israel, says in Hosea, "You will call Me ‘My Husband,’ and no longer call Me ‘My Master’ (Hos 2:16). That is the ideal relationship between husband and wife.

In the worst case of physical abuse, it will be better for the wife to come out of the relationship and have her own life. She must find a job and bring up the children. Read Isaiah 54 and face life courageously. Walk head high, you are not guilty of anything. The situation of a wife not qualified for a job and who has no one to fall back on is pathetic. She must be supported by relatives, believers and the church.

"Your Maker is your husband, the Lord of Hosts is His name; and your Redeemer is the Holy One of Israel; He is called the God of the whole earth...The mountains shall depart and the hills be removed, but My kindness shall not depart from you, nor shall My covenant of peace be removed, says the Lord, who has mercy on you" (Isa 54:5,10). 

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  •   Onward, Forward, Shout Aloud Hosannah!
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  •   Golden Girl
      Aug 27, 2018
    As India basks in the glory of the golden girls who kissed their gold medals in the 2018 Asian Games, let us meditate upon the Golden Girl who glitters in the Scriptures. The Psalmist profiles her in his 45th Psalm: ?At Your right hand is the royal bride more...
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      Jan 16, 2017
    Sodom is always associated with wicked ''men''. But here God calls her as 'Sister Sodom!' more...
  •   Women,Leaven and Heaven!
      Sep 30, 2016
    Women,Leaven and Heaven! 'The Kingdom of heaven is like leaven, which a woman took and hid in three measures of meal till it was all leavened ' ,said Jesus (Mt 13:33). more...
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  •   Parties Gone Wild!
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  •   A Teenagers Story
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    In the Bible we read about many teenagers. One such is David. When we are introduced to him, he is probably fifteen or sixteen, trying his more...
  •   Why Not Wait ?
      Oct 21, 2016
    It was a whirlwind romance - all moon-beams and star dust; until one day in a moment of madness, they succumbed to each other?s charms. That was the last cruise of their love boat. The world seemed to crash around her when she fo more...
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  •   Creepers Without Support
      Sep 30, 2016
    Creepers Without Support The Bible mentions ?pure religion? only once. ?Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself unspotted from the world? (Js 1:2 more...
  •   Mothers,Be Mothers!
      Sep 30, 2016
    Mothers,Be Mothers! In the first chapter of Proverbs we meet the dynamic personality called mother. She is presented not as a wobbly- footed weakling but as one who passes the law. Even inside the home she does not appear as a second class citizen, ra more...
  •   The Mother-in-laws Son!
      Sep 17, 2016
    Many a wife would introduce her mate as her mother-in-law?s son, rather than as her husband. Nearly 80% of Indian husbands continue to be (their mother?s) sons. According to a recent statistics, not less than 10% of suicides in India are due to the proble more...
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  •   I am a Missionary!
      Aug 14, 2018
    1. I am a missionary and so I work for God and not for an organisation. Though I am under the discipline of an organisation, whatever I do, I do with the fear of God. God is my Master and so I subject myself to the leaders. I quell any rebellious spirit t more...
  •   Sewer turned Sower!
      Mar 13, 2017
    To understand John chapter 4, we must first understand about the Samaritans. Samaria was between Judea and Galilee so much so any Jew travelling from Galilee to Judea or Judea to Galilee needed to go through it. Many Jews, because of the aversion they ha more...
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  •   019 - Mala the Great!
      Jun 25, 2015
    7 Dec 1988 Dear Aunty, It?s been 2 months since we were in touch. I?m saturated with ?news? to give you and nearly bursting with curiosity to hear what?s been happening at your end. The last letter you wrote to me was an eye-opener. To more...
  •   020 - The Rainbow
      Jun 25, 2015
    On the day she arrived, she was at my doorstep! ?Hi aunty? ?Oh Mala, how are you?? She shook my hand so long and hard that it ached, and planted a kiss on my cheek - so unusual of her. ?Why didn?t you write aunty?? ?Oh, I knew you?d be coming soon. So more...
  •   021 - What to Do?
      Jun 25, 2015
    7 Jan 1989 Dear Aunty, Christmas holidays were great fun. It was lovely getting in touch with friends and relatives. On New Year?s Day I gleaned thro? my diary- There was so much to thank God for! My friend Esther is in Rajasthan. She wrote asking for g more...
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  •   Introduction
      Jun 06, 2013
    Story Behind The Stories more...
  •   001. Is GOD For Real
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    There were two scientists. One was a believer in the true God and another was an aetheist more...
  •   002.The Language of Love!
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  •   001 The Modern Prodigal
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  •   002 Lower One Foot, Lord!
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  •   094 Ant and Worm
      Jun 01, 2016
    An ant was majestically walking along a forest. She saw a worm crawling. The ant told the worm: ?Look at me. I am so brisk and smart. You should be faster and dress up beautifully. You look ugly.? Despising the worm the ant moved along. more...
  •   095 Diligence Pays
      Jun 01, 2016
    Ragu was very jealous of the humble minister, Ra more...
  •   096 Poor Minister
      Jun 01, 2016
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 Little Stories for Little Hearts Vol 4

  •   051. Blessed Accident
      Feb 21, 2018
    A sailor wanted to go round the world in a boat and set up a record. Sadly, a storm lashed his boat and it broke to pieces. The sailor swam and reached a small uninhabited island. He ate wild fruits and roots and survived. He made a more...
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      Feb 21, 2018
    An elaborate feast was arranged for all the palace staff on the occasion of Queen Elizabeth?s birthday. It was a grand affair. The table was loaded with a variety of dishes. Everybody enjoyed the feast and sat down for dessert. In the meanwhile the table more...
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      Feb 21, 2018
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  •   October 25 This is your Husband!
      Oct 25, 2021
    This is your Husband! more...
  •   October 24 Touch Jesus!
      Oct 24, 2021
    Touch Jesus! more...
  •   October 23 Not holy enough?
      Oct 23, 2021
    Not holy enough? more...
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 Daily Devotional for Women (English)
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  •   299.Oct 24 Touch Jesus!
      Oct 25, 2019
    Touch Jesus! more...
  •   298.Oct 23 Not holy enough?
      Oct 23, 2019
    Not holy enough? more...
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      Oct 22, 2019
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  •   Why I Believe The Bible
      Oct 15, 2021
    I found in the Bible something which I have not found in any other book I have come across, something unique! more...
  •   Onward, Forward, Shout Aloud Hosannah!
      Aug 09, 2021
    Onward, Forward, Shout Aloud Hosannah! more...
  •   Wife Beating
      Jul 11, 2021
    Wife Beating more...
  • Click here for more 

 Women

  •   Golden Girl
      Aug 27, 2018
    As India basks in the glory of the golden girls who kissed their gold medals in the 2018 Asian Games, let us meditate upon the Golden Girl who glitters in the Scriptures. The Psalmist profiles her in his 45th Psalm: ?At Your right hand is the royal bride more...
  •   Sister Sodom
      Jan 16, 2017
    Sodom is always associated with wicked ''men''. But here God calls her as 'Sister Sodom!' more...
  •   Women,Leaven and Heaven!
      Sep 30, 2016
    Women,Leaven and Heaven! 'The Kingdom of heaven is like leaven, which a woman took and hid in three measures of meal till it was all leavened ' ,said Jesus (Mt 13:33). more...
  • Click here for more 

 Youth

  •   Parties Gone Wild!
      Dec 27, 2020
    Parties Gone Wild! more...
  •   A Teenagers Story
      Oct 04, 2017
    In the Bible we read about many teenagers. One such is David. When we are introduced to him, he is probably fifteen or sixteen, trying his more...
  •   Why Not Wait ?
      Oct 21, 2016
    It was a whirlwind romance - all moon-beams and star dust; until one day in a moment of madness, they succumbed to each other?s charms. That was the last cruise of their love boat. The world seemed to crash around her when she fo more...
  • Click here for more 

 Family

  •   Creepers Without Support
      Sep 30, 2016
    Creepers Without Support The Bible mentions ?pure religion? only once. ?Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself unspotted from the world? (Js 1:2 more...
  •   Mothers,Be Mothers!
      Sep 30, 2016
    Mothers,Be Mothers! In the first chapter of Proverbs we meet the dynamic personality called mother. She is presented not as a wobbly- footed weakling but as one who passes the law. Even inside the home she does not appear as a second class citizen, ra more...
  •   The Mother-in-laws Son!
      Sep 17, 2016
    Many a wife would introduce her mate as her mother-in-law?s son, rather than as her husband. Nearly 80% of Indian husbands continue to be (their mother?s) sons. According to a recent statistics, not less than 10% of suicides in India are due to the proble more...
  • Click here for more 

 Ministry

  •   I am a Missionary!
      Aug 14, 2018
    1. I am a missionary and so I work for God and not for an organisation. Though I am under the discipline of an organisation, whatever I do, I do with the fear of God. God is my Master and so I subject myself to the leaders. I quell any rebellious spirit t more...
  •   Sewer turned Sower!
      Mar 13, 2017
    To understand John chapter 4, we must first understand about the Samaritans. Samaria was between Judea and Galilee so much so any Jew travelling from Galilee to Judea or Judea to Galilee needed to go through it. Many Jews, because of the aversion they ha more...
  •   Afraid of Iron Chariots?
      Jun 29, 2016
    Afraid of Iron Chariots? more...
  • Click here for more 

 Sweet Sixteen

  •   019 - Mala the Great!
      Jun 25, 2015
    7 Dec 1988 Dear Aunty, It?s been 2 months since we were in touch. I?m saturated with ?news? to give you and nearly bursting with curiosity to hear what?s been happening at your end. The last letter you wrote to me was an eye-opener. To more...
  •   020 - The Rainbow
      Jun 25, 2015
    On the day she arrived, she was at my doorstep! ?Hi aunty? ?Oh Mala, how are you?? She shook my hand so long and hard that it ached, and planted a kiss on my cheek - so unusual of her. ?Why didn?t you write aunty?? ?Oh, I knew you?d be coming soon. So more...
  •   021 - What to Do?
      Jun 25, 2015
    7 Jan 1989 Dear Aunty, Christmas holidays were great fun. It was lovely getting in touch with friends and relatives. On New Year?s Day I gleaned thro? my diary- There was so much to thank God for! My friend Esther is in Rajasthan. She wrote asking for g more...
  • Click here for more 

 Little Stories For Little Hearts

  •   Introduction
      Jun 06, 2013
    Story Behind The Stories more...
  •   001. Is GOD For Real
      Jun 05, 2013
    There were two scientists. One was a believer in the true God and another was an aetheist more...
  •   002.The Language of Love!
      Jun 05, 2013
    A circus was running in town, and crowds elbowed each other to buy tickets. One day an unusual incident happened more...
  • Click here for more 

 Little Stories for Little Hearts Vol 2

  •   001 The Modern Prodigal
      Jul 11, 2013
    The Modern Prodigal more...
  •   002 Lower One Foot, Lord!
      Jul 11, 2013
    Lower One Foot, Lord! more...
  •   003 Beautiful Cheques
      Jul 11, 2013
    Beautiful Cheques more...
  • Click here for more 

 Little Stories for Little Hearts Vol 3

  •   094 Ant and Worm
      Jun 01, 2016
    An ant was majestically walking along a forest. She saw a worm crawling. The ant told the worm: ?Look at me. I am so brisk and smart. You should be faster and dress up beautifully. You look ugly.? Despising the worm the ant moved along. more...
  •   095 Diligence Pays
      Jun 01, 2016
    Ragu was very jealous of the humble minister, Ra more...
  •   096 Poor Minister
      Jun 01, 2016
    A poor minister of God used to go to a rich businessman asking for contribution for the work he was doing in villages. The rich man would give excuses and ask hi more...
  • Click here for more 

 Little Stories for Little Hearts Vol 4

  •   051. Blessed Accident
      Feb 21, 2018
    A sailor wanted to go round the world in a boat and set up a record. Sadly, a storm lashed his boat and it broke to pieces. The sailor swam and reached a small uninhabited island. He ate wild fruits and roots and survived. He made a more...
  •   052. Offense
      Feb 21, 2018
    An elaborate feast was arranged for all the palace staff on the occasion of Queen Elizabeth?s birthday. It was a grand affair. The table was loaded with a variety of dishes. Everybody enjoyed the feast and sat down for dessert. In the meanwhile the table more...
  •   053. Great and Small
      Feb 21, 2018
    A small zero collided with a big zero. ?Don?t you have any sense? Don?t you know I am much bigger than you?? asked the big zero; ?You must be ashamed of yourself.? more...
  • Click here for more 

Wife Beating

Wife beating has hit the roof especially after the lockdown, according to the statistics of domestic violence. Naomi said to her daughters-in-law, "The Lord grant that you may find rest, each in the house of her husband" (Ruth 1:9). Husband’s house is supposed to be a place of rest for wives. But to many wives it has become a place of terror and torture. They have left their parental home and entered a new home, full of hope and excitement. But after a child or two all they face is abuse and beatings

I found the following interesting information in the Woman’s Bible –

The Ketubah is the Jewish marriage contract required from the groom and read aloud during the marriage ceremony. This one-sided contract was not an illusory obligation but a document prepared, according to the legal enactments of the Jewish sages, by the husband, detailing the responsibilities that he would have to his wife during their wedded life together (see Exo 21:10; Lev 18 : 18; Deu 24:5). The rabbis extended the explicit Old Testament requirements of food, clothing and conjugal rights to include the demand that the husband respect his wife and not make her cry. He must deny himself to provide for her needs. One groom wrote, "Be to me as wife according to the Law of Moses and Israel, and I will serve, honor, support, sustain, and clothe thee according to the customs of the Jewish husbands." The traditional order to these verbs expressing responsibility, beginning with "serve," indicates the spirit of the document.

The wife preserved this elaborately decorated document. For the Jewish community and for all the world, the Ketubah stands as a monumental example of the protection of the rights of women.

Jesus spoke about the "hardness of heart" to men, while speaking about divorce (Mt 19:8). When life becomes a routine, it is natural for the spouses to get irritated with each other even for small violations. Then the heart gradually becomes hard. If there was one person who could have beaten his wife and gone guilt-free, that was Hosea. Gomer deserved beatings for what she did. Hosea could have divorced her according to the Law, for her adulteries. But God told him to love her. Why? God was allegorically teaching the people of Israel how much He loved them in spite of their failures, like a jilted husband doting on his straying wife.

What does this mean to us today? Paul exhorts husbands to love their wives, just as Hosea loved Gomer, as Christ loved the church and gave Himself for her in spite of her worst behavior (Eph 5:25). The church wasn’t perfect. But love was the way Christ made her holy. Note the word ‘that’ in verses 26 and 27.

Peter instructs husbands to live with their wives with understanding, giving her honor as to the "weaker" vessel (1 Pet 3:7). She is definitely weaker than man. Is it not shame and cowardice for a man to beat someone weaker than him? Here on earth you may win, but before God you have lost. If a man beat a slave to death, he was to be punished (Exo 21:20). How much sorer punishment he will receive if he beats his wife!

The mark of a good husband is the tears of his widow. Will your wife lament when you die, or let out a big sigh of relief? For the Bible says that the wicked man’s widow will not weep (Job 27:15).

So repent of your hard heart. Ask God to remove your heart of stone and give you a heart of flesh. Confess your sin to God and humble yourself and apologize to your wife. Hold her and tell her that you will never beat her again. Whenever you get angry, take out your wedding album and flip through the marriage and honeymoon scenes or sing a spiritual song like, "Lord, I want to be a Christian in my heart..." A four line ditty to a father goes like this -

"Be careful where you go, young man,

Be careful what you do.

Two little eyes are watching you now -

Two little feet will be following you."

So set a good example for your children. Don’t beat their mother.

Wives must first of all have it clear in their minds that they don’t have to put up with physical abuse in the name of submission. She must boldly look into her husband’s eyes and tell him to stop beating her, and that if he beats her again she would inform the pastor (or some spiritual leader who cares about her family). If he still beats her she must inform her pastor or the spiritual leader and get help. They must talk to him and put some sense into his head. If that also doesn’t help, she must remove herself from the scene with the children and be safe till he repents.

If he repents and wants the wife to return, at least three or four responsible people must sit together with both of them and make him promise that he will never beat her again. If he violates his promise, she must inform the team.

Wives should be submissive and pleasing to their husbands. A wife should show her piety by her love, gentleness and not talking back. She must be as

pleasant as possible and try not to irritate him in any way. Her failure in any area does not give her husband license to treat her like a slave. God, speaking about His relationship with Israel, says in Hosea, "You will call Me ‘My Husband,’ and no longer call Me ‘My Master’ (Hos 2:16). That is the ideal relationship between husband and wife.

In the worst case of physical abuse, it will be better for the wife to come out of the relationship and have her own life. She must find a job and bring up the children. Read Isaiah 54 and face life courageously. Walk head high, you are not guilty of anything. The situation of a wife not qualified for a job and who has no one to fall back on is pathetic. She must be supported by relatives, believers and the church.

"Your Maker is your husband, the Lord of Hosts is His name; and your Redeemer is the Holy One of Israel; He is called the God of the whole earth...The mountains shall depart and the hills be removed, but My kindness shall not depart from you, nor shall My covenant of peace be removed, says the Lord, who has mercy on you" (Isa 54:5,10). 

  Address for Correspondence Contributions

Dr. Lilian Stanley
13 Church Colony
Vellore 632006, India
 +91 9843511943
  lilianstanley@gmail.com

Blessing Youth Mission

Blessing Youth Mission
13 Church Colony
Vellore 632006, India
 +91-416-2242943, +91-416-2248943
  hq@bymonline.org
  www.bymonline.org

For Donation & Contributions...

Home & NRE donors

Name: Blessing Youth Mission
Account Type: Current Account
A/c No.: 37268642054
Bank: State Bank of India
Branch: Siruthozhil,Vellore - 632 006
IFSC No.: SBIN0007274

Overseas Donors

Name: Blessing Youth Mission
A/c No.: 40103204148
A/c type: FCRA Current Account
Branch: New Delhi Main Branch
Branch Code: 00691
IFSC No.: SBIN0000691
SWIFT Code: SBININBB104

Gulf Donors

A/c Name: T.Dickson Daniel Moses
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