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We are thrilled to introduce a new 8-week Devotional Series here on Deliberate Women. As women who strive to live a life of faith in God with purpose and diligence, we also desire to be intentional with sharing Christ with others.
Do you ever wonder things like, "What's my purpose? Why am I here?" or "What does God want me to do? How can I serve?"
Figuring out our place in this world can be difficult. Added to the difficulty is when we look sideways at one another, comparing what she does with what we do, instead of looking up to discover what it is that God is calling us to do.
Each of us is created with unique talents and characteristics. We were lovingly knit together in our mother's womb by God the Father (Psalm 139:13). Each of us is commissioned to love the Lord with everything in us (Luke 10:27) and to share Christ with others (Mark 16:15): We are called to Know Him and to Make Him Known.
But sometimes that charge can leave us feeling overwhelmed and unsure of how to proceed. Our Devotional addresses eight women of the Bible and eight current-day women who took what they had and offered it to God for His glory. As a result, God took their willingness and their faithfulness and multiplied it as only He can.
The women we'll feature didn't set out to be women of renown or great in their own eyes. In fact, some of them were considered outcasts or forgotten. All of them however, have received the blessings of being willing and obedient when they chose to HEAR the Lord and step out in faith.
"I will hasten and not delay to obey your commands." Psalm 119:60
Join us on this eight week journey. Meet these women and perhaps see them in a way you never have before. Look for bits of yourself in these women. See how it only takes willingness and obedience to be used mightily by the Lord.
We will be featuring two women a week; a woman from the Bible each Tuesday and a current-day example each Thursday.
We are so excited begin this series! Won't you join us?
This space is reserved for Founder Mandy's perspectives and viewpoints of Scripture. Man is fallible, but God is not. It's strongly encouraged that you study the Scripture for yourself and allow the Holy Spirit to guide you in your understanding.
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