Tag: Christian woman

America’s answer: forgiveness

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!

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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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Make Bible characters come alive

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

Do you see this woman? (1)

Jesus does not perceive women in terms of their sex, age, or marital status; He considers them in terms of their relation (or lack of one) to God. Surprised? Indeed, when reading the Gospels we do not see Jesus showing any favoritism towards the masculine or feminine genders in terms of His teachings and interactions … Continue reading Do you see this woman? (1)

Jesus and women: How Jesus gives grace to a love-thirsty woman (modified with added revelation Mar 22, 2020)

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)

delivering a prominent speech: choose light

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

current woman gender issue and resolute for 2018 and beyond (part one): spiritual issue and true worth

A current woman gender issue. Here is a Q and A based on a gender-struggle interview between two women. For convenience and without hidden meanings, the randomly picked alphabets Q and P are used. Q: sister, what is your goal for women for 2018 and beyond? P: well, I would like to see more women … Continue reading current woman gender issue and resolute for 2018 and beyond (part one): spiritual issue and true worth

The woman movement and God, a testimony: my self-esteem which the world cannot touch

Some women are very angry. They decide to take matters into their own hands and walk down the street to make their voices heard. I know how it hurts or infuriates oneself when one feels that others are not listening, or worse, perhaps mocking or scoffing in their hearts. It hurts to be considered and … Continue reading The woman movement and God, a testimony: my self-esteem which the world cannot touch

Two godly housewives

It was an impossible situation, with no man qualified or brave enough to fight the domineering powerful enemy commander. The nation was subject to years of oppression, humility and subordination. In this desperate time, two notable housewives (both mothers and wives) stood up and defeated the enemy. It was incredible and yet it happened: They were Deborah, the prophetess-political leader of the nation, and Jael, a housewife who killed the enemy’s commander.

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Today’s message is about two notable housewives (both mothers and wives): Deborah, the prophetess-political leader of the nation, and Jael, who killed the enemy’s commander.

In the history of the list of Israelite Judges (commanders) and their great exploits, there was a woman prophet-commander named Deborah. She ruled for forty years. Her life was interesting as she was proficient in a number of roles: the nation’s spiritual leader, the nation’s political leader, prophetess, strategist, military commander, national ruler, and also a housewife.

The following passage recorded her history briefly. I summarize below the significant events:

  1. Deborah knew how to hear God and align with the plan of God. She was courageous and knew her strength. She raised a victorious war against their powerful enemy and destroyed the enemy completely. God took care of the spiritual changes and she merely obeyed. She aligned with God. That was her key success factor. 
  2. She asked/assigned…

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“If you just work hard enough, you will get there.”

"If you just work hard enough, you will get there." Her life was remarkable, characterized by the confidence that she can accomplish whatever is required because of her trust in the Lord. In the midst of World War II, Margaret studied medicine in London. She topped the class with Paul Brand as second. Despite their brilliant academic … Continue reading “If you just work hard enough, you will get there.”

what is the female angle on an equilateral triangle

Lord Peter Wimsey's quote Was she a feminist? Was she ahead of her time in history? Or was she a mere writer of mysteries? In 1915 Dorothy Sayers (1893-1957) became one of the first women to graduate from Oxford University. In 1912, Sayers won a scholarship to Somerville College, Oxford where she studied modern languages and medieval … Continue reading what is the female angle on an equilateral triangle

woman’s half is beautiful

Why I name this blog fifty percent? From a man's perspective it means the male population. From a woman's perspective it means the female population. Similarly, the husband views his half s important, whereas the wife focuses on her half of the marriage relationship. Perhaps it's not exactly equal half for each to hold. Nonetheless none can … Continue reading woman’s half is beautiful

Schoolteacher, physician, and mother

Schoolteacher, physician, and mother. Kidd Trout (April 21, 1841 - November 10, 1921) was the first woman in Canada legally to become a medical doctor, and was the only woman in Canada licensed to practice medicine until 1880, when Emily Stowe completed the official qualifications. The field of the 19th Century was dominated by men while … Continue reading Schoolteacher, physician, and mother

Woman of faith: 48 years of diamonds

Be encouraged and lifted up by the quotes from Joni Eareckson Tada: "I can’t believe I’ve lived in a wheelchair for almost 50 years. At times it is hard. God has taken me down a rough road – living with paralysis isn’t easy. But on that rocky path, I have discovered many diamonds in the … Continue reading Woman of faith: 48 years of diamonds

dearest love, she called: a Mongolian haiku love story

  Homing dove not lost sure in heart swift wings to post compass pointing Love ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~She wrote back to him: I read your short email and post and affirm now that it was I who called. It doesn't matter what noise you may have heard from the airport crowd I am fine and well as … Continue reading dearest love, she called: a Mongolian haiku love story