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Philippians 4:13: "I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me."


Dear Sisters in Faith,


As you gather in spirit this beautiful Wednesday,  embrace the strength that your faith in Christ bestows upon you. In a world that often challenges our values and tests our resolve, remember that you are not alone. your journey is shared with the Almighty, who guides and fortifies you.


Reflect on His Word:

Take a moment to reflect on the scripture from Philippians. It reminds you that your ca

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Today, on International Women's Day, we celebrate the strength, achievements, and resilience of women around the world. This day serves as a reminder of the progress women have made towards gender equality, while also acknowledging the challenges that still lie ahead.


Throughout history, women have made significant contributions to society in every field imaginable. From science and technology to politics and the arts, women have demonstrated their capabilities and broken down barriers. Yet, d

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Deborah was a remarkable woman in the Bible who served as a prophetess, a judge, and a leader of Israel. She was the only female judge mentioned in the Bible, and she led the Israelites to victory over their enemies, the Canaanites. She also composed a song of praise to God for the deliverance he gave them.


What can women learn from Deborah's life and example? Here are some lessons you can apply to your own lives as Christian women:


- Deborah listened to God's voice and obeyed his commands.

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Hello, beautiful sisters in Christ! Welcome to another #Womanwednesday devotional, where we celebrate the gifts and talents of women of color who are shining for God's glory. Today, I want to share with you a powerful message from Psalm 139:14, which says:


"I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well."


This verse reminds us that you are not accidents, mistakes, or failures. you are God's masterpieces, created with a purpose and

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You are a woman of color, created in the image and likeness of God. You have a purpose, a destiny, and a calling that only you can fulfill. You are not an accident, a mistake, or a second-class citizen. You are a daughter of the King, a royal priesthood, and a holy nation. You are fearfully and wonderfully made, and God loves you with an everlasting love.


You have the power, the grace, and the wisdom to overcome any challenge, any obstacle, and any enemy that comes against you. You have the Sp

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Hello, lovely ladies! Welcome to another #Womenwednesday, where we share some Christian devotion to uplift and inspire you. Today, I want to talk about how God loves you just the way you are, and how you can love yourself too.


You see, sometimes we women can be too hard on ourselves. We compare ourselves to others, we feel insecure about our appearance, we doubt our abilities, we worry about what others think of us. We forget that we are fearfully and wonderfully made by our Creator, who knows

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As a woman of God, you are strong and courageous. You are a warrior who fights for what is right. You are a leader who inspires others to follow you. You are a mother who loves her children unconditionally. You are a wife who is faithful to her husband. You are a friend who is always there for others. You are a daughter of God who is loved and cherished.

No matter what challenges you face in life, remember that you are not alone. God is with you every step of the way. He will give you the streng

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Today's devotion is for women. It is titled "Stay blessed and keep slaying."

As a woman, you are strong and powerful. You are capable of anything you set your mind to. So don't let anyone tell you otherwise.

You are a child of God, and He loves you unconditionally. He has a plan for your life, and He will help you achieve it.

So stay blessed and keep slaying. You are a warrior, and you can do anything you set your mind to.

Here is a Bible verse for you to meditate on:

"I can do all things throug

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The Bible is full of stories and teachings about women who were wise, strong, and faithful. These women followed God's will and used their gifts and talents to serve Him and others. They are examples for us today of what it means to be a wise woman according to the Bible.


What is wisdom?


Wisdom is not just having knowledge or intelligence. Wisdom is the ability to apply God's truth to our lives and make good decisions that honor Him. Wisdom comes from God, who is the source of all wisdom (Pr

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Wisdom, Women And The Bible!

If you are interested in what the Bible says about being a wise woman, you might want to read some of the passages in the book of Proverbs, which is full of wisdom and instruction for living a godly life. Here are some of the characteristics of a wise woman according to Proverbs:

- She fears the Lord and trusts in His word (Proverbs 1:7, 31:30)
- She speaks with wisdom and kindness (Proverbs 10:31, 31:26)
- She is diligent and productive in her work (Proverbs 14:1, 31:13-19)
- She is generous and c

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Women are strong and powerful creatures. You are capable of great things, both in your personal lives and in the world around you. But I understand, sometimes, you can feel weak and discouraged. You may feel like you can't do anything right, or that you're not good enough.

But the Bible teaches that you are strong and capable. You are called to be women of faith, hope, and love. You are called to be lights in the darkness, and to make a difference in the world.

In this devotional Bible study, we

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by Tonja Taylor  

8 O taste and see that the Lord [our God] is good! Blessed (happy, fortunate, to be envied) is the man who trusts and takes refuge in Him.--Psalm 34:8, AMPC

I was feeling a little weird, because Dad had transitioned to Heaven about 5 years ago, and my husband and I were going to take my disabled 80-year-old mom to visit his grave the next day.

God had delivered me of many wrong roots and negative emotions the past several years, and I knew Dad was at rest, and rejoicing, healed

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More than 25% of women are considering downshifting their careers or leaving the workforce completely as a result of the pandemic. That’s according to the latest Women in the Workplace Study by McKinsey & Company. Women supporting other women at work is one way to protect gender equity and help women deal with growing challenges.


Many female employees are facing financial insecurity, along with increased burdens on parents and caregivers. Without additional resources, it’s easy to burn out.


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Most Black women can remember being told at an early age that our hair is our crown and glory. We learn to center our very existence based on what our hair looks like and how others perceive it. Of the many spaces we occupy, our hair represents points of joy and trauma. Nonetheless, throughout history, Black women have never allowed other people’s expectations to define our one-of-a-kind style.

Executive produced by Oprah Winfrey, Tracee Ellis Ross, and Michaela Angela Davis, The Hair Tale

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When you open your eyes each morning, you should realize that you are more than your gender, more than your emotions, and more than your natural ability as nurturer. You are more than a woman.


I believe that  womanhood symbolizes strength. Being a woman makes you able to meet tough challenges head on without fear or doubt.


You are  stronger than any label the world tries to pin on you.


I know that your womanhood epitomizes brilliance. You are a definer, and maker of great things. You can

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God knows the future and all the hurdles we have to face before getting to our destination. He knows what we have to pass through. He knows the steps we must take to get to our particular destination. This is why it is wise to walk with God. When you are walking with God, you are assured of where you are going.


You know for sure that you will get to your destination because God leads you. The Bible confirms this in Jeremiah chapter 29:11, which says,

For I know the thoughts that I think toward

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So this devotion was birthed out of honesty. This past week, for me, I found myself in a mental space. That was just I don't know how else to put it but overloaded. Okay, so just with everything going on, everything being exposed, I was doing a ton of research, all good things to be researched. You know, doing your research, being informed, asking questions. All of those things are amazing. However, I felt like I had pieces of my mind and this topic and this topic and this one and this

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ost successful women create a set of goals that they strive to reach, which helps them stay on track as they work toward success. Without setting goals and applying effort to long-term improvement, you won't get very far even if you do work hard.

This is especially true if you're trying to balance maintaining a busy household with helping your young business flourish. Here are some tips that may be helpful to women entrepreneurs while setting goals for themselves and their businesses.

Consider U

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Now it would not be far-fetched if I said every woman wants to be beautiful or at the very least she wants to feel beautiful. Every woman appreciates attention and compliments. Ladies, we put so much time and effort into fixing our hair getting the right shade of makeup. Finding the perfect outfit that doesn't make us look too fat or doesn't scream I'm trying too hard. Yes, all women want to be beautiful.


All women want to feel beautiful, but here's the thing beauty isn't found at a cosmetics

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International Women’s Day is a global celebration every year on March 8. It is a day when women are recognized for their cultural, political, and socioeconomic achievements. This year’s theme is “Gender equality today for a sustainable tomorrow,” which calls for climate action for women by women.

International Women’s Day grew out of the labor movement in 1908 when nearly 15,000 women marched in New York demanding better working hours,

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