Women An Agent Of Change

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How to Develop a Lifestyle of Gratitude, No Matter What
How to Develop a Lifestyle of Gratitude, No Matter What
Women An Agent Of Change

Women An Agent Of Change

By Abosede Obanla
Women An Agent Of Change
Women An Agent Of Change
Change as we all know is something that is constant. We live in a very dynamic world where things change from time to time. It is therefore expedient for us daughters of Zion to adjust and not static. What type of change have you been able to adjust to, or bring to your home?
Esther in her time brought about change into the lives of her people who were slaves in a strange land. She changed the course of their lives. She utilized her position for the good of her peopel to prevent them from iminent dead staring in their faces.
Deborah also was an agent of change which was used to deliver the Israelites from the Canaanites bondage.
You must understand that your being in that home is for a purpose and until you stand up to your responsibilities as a woman nothing will change. Know that your role is beyond giving birth, cooking and doing all other chores in the house. You have a central role to play in your home; both in the live of your husband, your children, your neighbours and the world at large. You too can cause a positive change to that situation, that pending problem that does not glorify God in your marriage. Be the salt that seasons everything around you, make up your mind from now to do something daily that will affect the world around you for good. Be determined to be the change your world is waiting for. This, you can achieve through faith, prayer and application of the word of God that suits the purpose. You are created to affect your world positively.
Remember, the time does niot have to be perfect.
SHALOM.
Women An Agent Of Change
Women An Agent Of Change

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