Bible women of faith and grace What better is a time such as this to remember all the good things in life? Women are born to remember the good things. We are born for any time that is called, a time such as this, in the like of queen Esther. I have compiled a list … Continue reading born for a time such as this: faith and grace
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She is a beautiful, wise, good, wealthy, royal woman. But her life is full of tragedies and sadness. She was forcibly taken and violated by a trusted family friend. Her loyal and heroic godly husband was betrayed and murdered by his best friend and superior. Her grandfather and father ended up in the enemy’s camp because of what their trusted king and friend did to their family…but God gives grace to her, a woman with no say and no power to do anything except to submit in silent anger in those dark ages of women. God preserves her brilliant and good son for her, and makes him one of the most successful and noteworthy kings in history! Her husband, the loyal godly warrior is vindicated. His name is placed alongside the king in the lineage of Jesus the Messiah!
An Epic tragedy: centered on a beautiful wealthy royal woman’s family story. Like a Greek drama. But it is written in the Bible.
Her name? Queen Bathsheba. Surprise! I have decided to write about this most misunderstood extraordinary woman of destiny. In Proverbs 31:1 the author declared that it is “the sayings of King Lemuel, which his mother taught him.” Proverbs 31:1-9 records an exhortation from a godly queen mom to her son, the king, on chastity, justice, mercy and temperance required of a good king.
Her famous son, Solomon, composed three thousand proverbs, and a thousand and five songs. (1 Kings 4:32) It is believed that the Solomon is King Lemuel here and the mother is Bathsheba, the most misunderstood queen (and queen-mom), an obedient daughter, a good wife, and a wise mother. Solomon is known as the wisest and richest man ever lived. No doubt he inherited some…
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Carol Purves -writer I came across this biography writer through watching a video on the story of Gladys Aylward (See the end of this blog for the video*). Here is her book. Do read. A missionary in the 1930s, Gladys Aylward, 24 February 1902 – 3 January 1970, was a British-born evangelical Christian missionary to … Continue reading “The eagle that soars in the upper air does not worry itself how it is to cross rivers.”
About our children. This is for mothers. And all women. https://www.breitbart.com/health/2021/02/25/watch-rand-paul-hammers-bidens-transgender-nominee-child-surgery-sterlization/ Sen. Rand Paul hammered President Joe Biden’s transgender nominee for a top position at the Department of Health and Human Services. Paul, a Kentucky doctor, pressed nominee Rachel Levine about the danger to children of “transgender” therapies. The dangers include bone-damaging drugs, sterilization, voice … Continue reading transgender issues: concerning our children
How very little can be done under the spirit of fear.- Florence NightingaleUnless we form the habit of going to the Bible in bright moments as well as in trouble, we cannot fully respond to its consolations because we lack equilibrium between light and darkness.- Helen KellerThe most pathetic person in the world is someone … Continue reading Random famous women quotes
For all my sisters in Christ in America. This post carries all my best wishes for your total wellness in spirit, soul and body! You hold 50.5% of the American population. You are significant!
Forgiveness is a mighty supernatural force. When I am led to listen to 2 Corinthians I realized that this is an answer to my prayer for America. I have been praying for America more seriously since the eve of the British Brexit referendum result. My spirit was alerted that there would be a significant change in Britain and in America (the two developed nations plus Swiss German where my Christian’s root derived). The things in heaven (spiritual realm) had changed. What I did immediately was to align my financial investment with the spiritual prompting which I confirmed with the Bible (God’s words), and the results came out exactly as my spirit received. Lately I have been praying and asking the Holy Spirit what next, looking at the “superficial surface” currents of America from a distance.
Today I believe the specific resolution word is “forgiveness”.
In Paul’s second letter to the…
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It is biblical for a woman to be a church leader. Moreover, if we deny gifted women the opportunity to exercise their ministries, we reject some of the very people Jesus has anointed, appointed and given to His church. Galatians 3:28 (NKJV): There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither slave nor free, there is neither … Continue reading important women leaders in Paul’s ministries
Martha, Mary and Jesus Is Martha less spiritual than Mary? Today we read what Jesus really says about her. Martha is a capable, proactive, and mature woman of faith. Jesus loved the two women, namely Martha, her sister (Mary) and their brother Lazarus dearly. (John 11:5) The three are presumably young, not yet married, affluent, … Continue reading a woman whom Jesus loved: a capable, responsible and bold woman of faith
internet marketing Dear one: I am praying for a miracle about you. I know you may not be reading this because you may have forgotten how to visit here. Because you may have forgotten how to access my blogs or anything called blogs. Yet I hope you will visit me (my blogs) one day. Perchance. … Continue reading I write this for you: about internet and social media (Women’s internet club)
How to make the Bible characters come alive when we read the Bible for ourselves and for others? This is one of my quests as a Bible scholar and teacher. I have read the Bible since 1983 when I encountered God through the Holy Spirit powerfully and was immediately filled with the passion to read … Continue reading Make Bible characters come alive
I always write with you in my mind and in my heart because you want to know about the women in the Bible. Yes, I have not forgotten, however briefly, the time we have spent together, pouring out our hearts on the words of God, searching and studying the Bible, the enthusiasm and passion for … Continue reading Paul’s leadership: resolving conflict between two women church leaders
Jesus with Samaritan woman at the well Today I received wonderful fresh revelation in how deliberate and persistent Jesus is when bringing a maritally broken (having had five previous husbands) Samaritan woman to salvation and in-filling of the Holy Spirit! Many want to know how to receive the Holy Spirit. A thirsty woman has received … Continue reading Jesus and women: How Jesus gives grace to a love-thirsty woman (modified with added revelation Mar 22, 2020)
Matthew 6:22-23 choose to see light Dear sister, congratulation for being selected to deliver possibly the speech of a lifetime in an honorable prominent position. I opened my Bible and here is the message for you. 1 John 2:8-11 (NKJV) 8 Again, a new commandment I write to you, which thing is true in Him and in you, because … Continue reading delivering a prominent speech: choose light
woman's In Christ position Gender polarization is an ancient monster that has reared its ugly head menacingly and is increasingly prowling around looking for victims to devour in this time. But I cannot remember my siblings and I being deliberately brought up in the polarization way. We were just flowing with life and circumstances. In … Continue reading Rambling thoughts: Gender Polarization and solution (updated June 8, 2020)
We read how God defines women in the Bible. Eight women (Gospel of Luke) are being defined, each according to her faith in God and love of God. Mary, a favored woman: She believed in the Good News from God. She obeyed. She is favored because the Lord is with her and she believes His … Continue reading Jesus and women: He defines them by their love of God and faith in Christ