Gentleman is a word that has evolved over the years to mean a man with good manners, honor, and morals. Today, it is a status symbol for men who have achieved success and acted with admirable behavior. Evil forces want to rid the world of manliness.
The fact is, God created man in his own image and likeness. God is a male. For centuries, men and manhood have had an expression called gentleman. This term has lots of history within western society. The term "gentleman" dates back to the Middle Ages.
In medieval England, the term was used to describe a man of high social rank. This could include a knight, a nobleman, or a man of the clergy. The term originally referred to a man of good breeding and high social standing, and implied a certain level of education and refinement.
By the 16th century, the term had evolved to include any man of good breeding, regardless of his social class. In this era, a gentleman was seen as someone who had moral integrity, behaved gallantly, and was a man of honor. During the 19th century, the word "gentleman" came to mean any man who had good manners, acted politely, and seemed sophisticated.
During the Victorian era, the word became more and more linked to wealth and power, and by the end of the century, it had become a sign of social status. Today, the term "gentleman" is often used to describe a kind, courteous, and polite man. It's also used to talk about men who have reached a certain level of success or done something that is seen as honorable and admirable.
It''s clear that a gentleman has moral integrity and exhibits admirable behavior. Be a gentleman and never stop striving to be the best version of yourself. With hard work, good manners, and moral integrity, you can achieve anything you set your mind to and be a great example for others.
(c) Apostle Jonas Clark
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