5 Amazing Women In The Bible

Like every beautiful flower, God created woman to be special. Formed with certain characteristics no man can possess, God gave women prominent roles in history to spread His kingdom on earth. Though all women are not wives, God created the first woman, Eve, to be a wife in the first book of the Bible, Genesis. And in Revelation, the last book of the Bible, God metaphorically applies “wife” to humanity as His way of describing our final, intimate union with His Son. God considers the role of woman as wife to be sacred.

Those inspirational roles (whether as wives or unmarried) that women play in the Bible should be accepted as truth–God does place women in positions to accomplish His will. He did not us create to stay back in the shadows.

God has a perfect plan for every woman—from Mary, who He selected as a young teen to birth our savior, to Sarah, a wife who God selected at age 90 to birth Isaac.

Women, if we accept God’s will—then expect to receive His blessings!

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You Want Joy? Don’t speak negativity!

The surest way to turn a good day bad, for yourself and for others, is to spew negative words. In truth, if we often speak negativity, it turns into our norm. I know someone in particular whose conversation overflows with negativity. When I know I’ll be around that person, I approach the event mentally prepared.

Negative words and thoughts are not worthless, they do carry power. They trigger bleak emotion, aggressive action, cause pain, and forbid joy to evolve within you. Negativity does not nurture joy.

Matthew 15:10-11 Jesus called the crowd to him and said, “Listen and understand. What goes into someone’s mouth does not defile them, but what comes out of their mouth, that is what defiles them.”

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