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"Embracing the Divine Design: Unveiling the Power of Woman"

It's Women's Month and I'm have sat thinking of what I'd like to blog about this month and what came to mind is the power of womanhood Gods Divine Design.

In a world marked by diversity and individuality, the essence of womanhood stands as a testament to the intricate design crafted by God. From the dawn of creation, women have been endowed with a unique power, strength, and resilience that weaves through the fabric of humanity.

Our design as women are like a masterpiece, a tapestry woven with purpose and grace. Inherent in our design is the ability to nurture, create, and transform. We are not merely a reflection of societal expectations but are intricately connected to a divine plan that celebrates our inherent strengths.

The power of womanhood is rooted in the nurturing spirit that emanates from within. Like a garden flourishing under tender care, women have the capacity to cultivate love, compassion, and understanding. This nurturing aspect extends beyond the boundaries of family, reaching into communities and shaping the world with empathy.

An aspect, honestly, has been tested by some of the prejudice and divided mentalities that have spoken against our worth, value and leadership but God made us to not just carry great love but strength as well. It is hidden inside of the context of being the "Ezer Kenegdo" we were created to be at the very beginning.

Our strength, though, as women is not confined to physical prowess but extends to a profound resilience that withstands life's storms. In the face of adversity, women rise like phoenixes, embodying an unwavering determination to overcome challenges. This resilience is a divine attribute, empowering women to navigate the complexities of life with grace and fortitude.

It is easy to feel that who we are as women should be pushed away rather than celebrated because of all that we are still overcoming but may we never forget that it has never been Gods plan or design for women to be muted or silenced but rather the result of sin.

You can rise above the noise of culture's bias and be who God created you to be! You are strong enough, resilient enough, brilliant enough to do so. I truly believe there is no better person to be than woman and that's even knowing that the world around us needs to grow in acceptance to all that God has created woman to be.

Happy International Women's Day!



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