The Superet Church makes no difference in men and women ministers. Souls have to become qualified and prove their characters -- not to what sex they belong to. This is a soul development. The Superet Church is the only one Church of God's Heart Superet for souls of twelve men and twelve women Apostles...

Jesus chose a sinful women as His first messenger (after rising), and made her a woman Apostle to bring the Message to the men Apostles.  This was the greatest proof for women to share with the men in the churches by working together side by side as souls - not as male or female. St. John chapt. 20 vs. 16 - 18.

If you say that women have no right in the church, that they have no right to talk, that was in the old tradition that was not given by Jesus but by St. Paul and some others.  This was not a repetition from Jesus Christ; but this was in using the old Jewish tradition for women not to talk in the church, and that Jesus only selected men as His Apostles.  How could He have done otherwise?  If He had selected women, what would the world have said about Him?  Or if He had selected six men and six women to follow Him?  How quickly the world judges what they see and even what they don't see.  They are ready to condemn.



God did not need a man to bring His Only Begotten Son into this world, only a woman, which was the Holy Mother Mary. (St. Luke Chapter 1 verses 26-35)


The Son of God was crucified on Good Friday.  On Easter Day, Jesus Christ arose and appeared unto the First Light Minister, Mary Magdalene.  She was given a message to go and to tell the other Apostles.  She obeyed. (St. John Chapter 20 verses 16-18)


One of the greater love stories in the Bible is found in the Old Testament, called the Book of Ruth. Naomi was her mother in law. She was married to the last of Naomi's two sons. Both sons had married women who were Moabitess. Then both sons had passed away also. One of the daughters returned to her own people, but Ruth clave to Naomi. Naomi had wanted both to return to their own people and find husbands. But Ruth said,
"Entreat me not to leave thee or to return from following after thee: for whither thou goest, I will go: and where thou lodgest, I will lodge; thy people shall be my people, and thy God my God; Where thou diest, will I die, and there will I be buried, the Lord do so to me and more also, if aught but death part thee and me."  Naomi had a kinsman named Boaz, and both she and Ruth gleaned his fields so that they might eat. Because of Ruth's loyalty to Naomi she found favor with Boaz who eventually married her. This lineage is critical in Christian history, because it is the direct lineage of David.  All prophecy concerning the Lord Jesus Christ links back to the House of David. (Ruth)


When the Israelites were coming out of Egypt, they had Judges to rule over them for a long time. The judges ruled until the Israelites wanted to be like other nations and have a king, and so, God gave them King Saul. One of those Judges was a woman prophetess named Deborah.  God used Deborah to help deliver Israel from the hands of Jabin, King of Canaan.  Another woman, Jael, wife of Heber, was also highly honored for her part in dealing with Sisera... (Judges Chapters 4 and 5)

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