Red Pill Men, MGTOWN Men understand this, The phrase Happy Wife and Life is not what the Bible teaches. We need to seek joy not happiness.

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26 thoughts on “Happy Wife Happy Life? Not Biblical

  1. Thank you for this. Joyful women are different than women seeking happiness, those are never satisfied because what makes them happy constantly changes. It’s nobody’s job to make her happy.

  2. Happy wife happy life lifestyle is unsustainable and plainly… very naive… and unbiblical which mean the Most High Yah is not pleased. As for me, i seek the Father’s face in all things and He makes things simple for me. I am a woman and with that comes a role, now the question becomes- do i truly love Yah? If so then, i would aim to be pleasing to Him… and do so sincerely. Most has seem to have forgotten their roles. The order Yah designed brings order within and without. pray that made sense. Shalom Shalom

  3. It’s great, because you uploaded this at the perfect time. After having gotten into an argument with my non Torah observant husband, I was about to text him (he’s in the other room) a long thing speaking my mind about how unhappy he’s been making me with his words ect. Iately, and I get a notification for this video as soon as I pick up the phone. Thank you Abba Yah! And thank you for posting Paul. Needed to be put back in my place. Trusting Abba to change his heart, and not try to myself.

    Do you have any videos on how to be a good wife?

    • Kierston- I’m sorry to hear you’re going through this, but know you’re not alone! My husband and I are in the same boat at the moment. He considers himself a believer, but does not follow Torah… and to make matters worse, he believes I am “decieved” for following it myself (despite how often I try to explain things to him with scripture 😔). All I want is for him to realize that he needs Yah- just as much as I do. I keep thinking to myself that if he dropped his love of materials, worldly distractions and prescribed medications (things that numb him, whether he realizes it or not)- that he would find the peace he desperately needs and we would have joy in our relationship… I feel this way because I was once more broken than he is in the same areas and I had to learn to “feel” again. However… I also know that it wasn’t me that did those things on my own. Abba was working on me before I could even comprehend it. It’s so much harder watching it from the other side though. The pain of KNOWING what he is doing (and all of the destruction that ensues) and him not being able to see or understand any of it. He is blinded. Maybe I’m wrong. I am human and I know I’m not here to judge… But I just don’t see the fruits of the spirit and because of this, I myself fall short out of fear for his salvation, and especially for the kids growing up in all of the confusion of us having very different perspectives on what is “right”. I CONSTANTLY need to be reminded that it is not my job to peel the scales from his eyes… It’s just so hard!!! 😭 I am sorry for ranting so much! I am praying for you and your husband. 🙏 Keep your armor on and remember that in due time (his perfect timing!), our Father will take care of the rest. 💜 Shalom.

    • I am excited people are sharing their feelings about these topics and pray these videos can help men and women learn from Scripture how we should act in our relationships and enjoy the blessing of Yahweh to the fullest degree. I will at some point make a video on how to be a good wife according to the Scriptures also how to be a good husband. The more we talk and share our feelings the better. Men need to be better listeners, and women need to pray to Yahweh for open ears of men, and not get upset if the man does understand or is not getting it but be thankful to Yahweh having faith that Yahweh is in control over everything. I will surly keep you in my prayers kierston and your husband also.

    • Sister Jessica, Just from what I read here from you, I feel the answer is that your husband may need a strong Brother in Torah as a mentor in his life. . If you could pray for a mentor Brother in Torah to come into his life, Yah will send someone in time if it is in His plan. Be diligent in prayer about it and patient. Stay calm and supportive. Be the example you want him to see in Torah. No matter what happens, it is Yah’s plan. Praise Him whether we understand it or not. I will keep you in my prayers. Shalom

  4. So the serpent was cursed for deceiving Eve, and Eve was cursed for being deceived by the serpent, but Adam was cursed for listening to his wife…

    I think there’s a lesson there.

    Genesis 3:13 And the Lord God said unto the woman, What is this that thou hast done? And the woman said, The serpent beguiled me, and I did eat.

    14 And the Lord God said unto the serpent, Because thou hast done this, thou art cursed above all cattle, and above every beast of the field; upon thy belly shalt thou go, and dust shalt thou eat all the days of thy life:

    15 And I will put enmity between thee and the woman, and between thy seed and her seed; it shall bruise thy head, and thou shalt bruise his heel.

    16 Unto the woman he said, I will greatly multiply thy sorrow and thy conception; in sorrow thou shalt bring forth children; and thy desire shall be to thy husband, and he shall rule over thee.

    17 And unto Adam he said, Because thou hast hearkened unto the voice of thy wife, and hast eaten of the tree, of which I commanded thee, saying, Thou shalt not eat of it: cursed is the ground for thy sake; in sorrow shalt thou eat of it all the days of thy life;

  5. Just in from a long day here at the homestead… good info brother Paul. I do not recall Yah mentioning in His Word “Happy wife, happy life”. To paraphrase many scriptures, I do know he says “Obey my commands and I will bless you in all your undertakings”.
    I believe this includes His family order. Shalom

  6. Yeah I hear that all the time from different people out here. “Happy wife happy life” is just something for a woman to use against the man and gain control so that if she’s unhappy, everyone in the house or wherever needs to shut up or just don’t talk to her. Be unhappy until she’s happy again. That’s not fair but that’s our society nowadays. Now about women claiming to want the man to take the lead, then they in turn don’t like it when he does is hypocritical. I’ve experienced it myself so Paul, you’re spot on with that.

  7. I suggest everyone go to Israeli News Live with Steven Ben Noone for truly biblical teachinhs on this subject. He uses scripture to back up everything he purports.

  8. Great teaching brother. Made me think, im single and think from time to time that a Torah-loving wife would improve my life, but my joy in Yah has already improved my life. Bless!

  9. Words of wisdom Paul. I would like to add that women can’t expect men to be their super sensitive, highly emotionally intelligent, therapists either. Women are programmed to expect this out of men and it’s just not realistic because men aren’t built that way so it will lead to dissapointment if a woman wants that. Men can be empathetic and nurturing, but not at the level that is presented in tv/movies, which is what women want nowadays. I just see this expectation ruin a lot of relationships (I say relationships because no one in my generation gets married anymore). The command of husbands is to love his wife the way Yahshua loves the church, not to turn into a woman just so he can make one happy.

  10. Having a true biblical marriage helps also. You can have a mate that is following torah, knowing their roll in the marriage and doing all the right things but still not have a biblical marriage. Mat.5:32, 19:9, Mark 10:11,12. Please study these scriptures. The father has opened my eyes to these recently and i had to make that decision.

  11. You are against women specifically today’s feminist women.. the Lord encourages us to call evil what it is.. don’t be afraid to do that Paul.

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