Upon marrying my wonderful husband, I decided to read the book, The Power of a Praying Wife and, boy, was I doing the whole godly wife thing all wrong! Stormie Omartian opened my eyes to how a mature wife in Christ prays, behaves, and serves the Lord in her marriage. The book was such a blessing to my life! You can read about that book and blessing HERE.
I soon realized I did not just need to be a wife that was God-centered, but a mom, a daughter, a teacher, and a friend. The roles that we as women uphold within our lives are endless. I came to the conclusion that if I wanted each of those roles to be blessed, enriching, and full of love- I needed to strive to be Christlike every day, in each aspect of my life. Thus, I am now striving to be a godly woman, and I hope you will join me!
I began this blog with a vision that it will better allow me to express God’s Word and teachings in my life (and yours), while opening up communication between women who are all striving to be more like Christ.
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The journey of striving to be a godly woman is not an easy one, but it is one that God has equipped us for when we accept Him. The journey will be filled will joys, love, blessings, and happiness—but the trials of a fallen world will have to be endured as well. I have peace though, that this journey with the Lord and other women will lead to an eternal reward that we can only begin to imagine.
Before we reach that eternal reward—let’s strive to be godly women, together.