Are you worthy of an helpmeet? 💭 💭 👫🙎 

And the man calleth names to all the cattle, and to fowl of the heavens, and to every beast of the field; and to man hath not been found an helper–as his counterpart.
GEN 2:20 YLT98
Looking at the verse above, an helper (his counterpart) wasn’t found amongst all God created, so He (God) made one suitable to be his (Adam) helper looking at the later part of Genesis 2. 

Who is an helper?

A helper is one who contributes to the fulfillment of a need or furtherance of an effort of purpose (dictionary meaning). Let me break this down a helper is one who contributes to the fulfillment of a need, to ensure the progress of an effort or purpose. So you can see God made a help meet, an helper to the man to help in the furtherance (the progress) of a purpose he was living out already. 
  Note that -“Already”: he was found doing something and not just anything, he was living in purpose in Eden, just as he was in Eden (The presence of God) and worked in Eden (Living in his purpose) before God brought forth the helper (his help meet, his helper). Also the version calls her (the wife) a counterpart (meaning a person having the same function or characteristics as another; also called a duplicate). So the woman, as much as She is an helper, she is not less of a man, she is instead a partner in the same course as the man is – which is where the submission comes to play; living in purpose as a graced help meet who is not less in anyway. 
  Now the question again (to all graced men): are you engaged in purpose as much as to deserve that right companion, helper and help meet??.. Let this question ring in your hearts and make amends where it is needed. 

So instead of seeking for a wife, seek to live in purpose and right therein your help meet (which is like no other) is brought forth to you, with no stress at all. Absolutely no stress!!!.

Love you all but God cares more cos your life and living is of great concern to Him. 😀👆
#HCCounsels#

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