God has called every one of us to serve Him. He will place some of us in the right place like Esther. He will make some of us wait a while like Ruth. Some of us may be oblivious to His plans like Martha and then some of us are already at His feet like Mary. Whichever one you are, I pray that you will embrace your calling.
Remember that you are beautiful and your body is a temple. God loves you and He has numbered the very hairs on your head. He wants you to be happy and He will give you the desires of your heart. The world is going to try and tell you who to be, but ignore it, it might sound appealing but God has bigger and better plans for you. You are precious and because of that reason He will never leave you lonely. As sisters in Christ, may we learn to love one another with the love of Christ!
I pray that we will realise the power and importance that we have. When we realise that we are daughters of the King, we will realise just how valuable we are. I pray that a generation of women in Christ will rise and realise the importance of being God-fearing. A God-fearing woman will understand the importance of marrying well. A God-fearing woman will pray about her problems and not talk about them. Once a God-fearing woman understands the importance of marrying well, she will be able to raise children in the way that they should grow. Many problems that we face in today’s society especially with young children is because the parent’s simply did not wait on God’s timing. They did not wait on His timing to have a child or to even receive their spouse. We are told that there is power in prayer and even more power in the prayers that are prayed by more than one person. So what happens when one of the parents refuses to pray in Jesus’ name?
I pray that as sisters in Christ that we will build each other up and not tear each other down because at the end of the day we are all apart of God’s kingdom.
To my sisters in Christ, I ask in Jesus’ name, that you will grow closer to Him, Amen.