Who She Is

She Is… a wife.

She Is… a mother.

She Is… is a blog purposed to inspire that wife and mother of young children to fulfill her roles and calling by knowing who He says she is. Over the last couple of years God has really put a desire on my heart to encourage women walking through similar life seasons as myself. Marriage and motherhood are hard. Really hard… And women need truth spoken to their hearts in order to rise up and fulfill those roles with courage and excellence. They need to hear the truth about who they are in Christ. Wives and mothers everywhere need the support of other women to rally behind them and push them to go deeper in their relationship with Jesus.

My hope is to be a light in a dark world. Our society has a very backwards view of what it means to be a woman. Femininity is cast down as a weakness and women are expected to do it all. We are criticized for every decision we make, usually by other women that are getting attacked for the choices they have made. We have allowed the enemy to breed lies of insecurity and rejection in the hearts of God’s most precious creation. It’s time for the voice of Love to drown out those lies.

The foundational verses for this blog are Proverbs 31:25 and Ezra 10:4. These power verses represent a woman fully enlightened to God’s unconditional love for her. Proverbs 31:25 says, “She is clothed with strength and dignity, and she laughs without fear of the future.” The word dignity means, “the state or quality of being worthy of honor or respect.” Can you imagine being so filled with the knowledge of God’s love that your very essence exudes strength and commands respect? What would it be like to laugh without fear of the future? No fear holding you back from being the wife God wants you to be; no fear keeping you up at night worrying about your children and if you are doing what is best for them. I want to encourage the wife and mother who is struggling, who feels tired and alone right now. Many of us go through seasons in marriage and motherhood that break us. We get emotionally, hormonally and spiritually overwhelmed and often we feel like that makes us a failure. We try to hide our brokenness when we should be bringing it to light for healing and restoration. If you allow God’s love and grace to lead you in yourwoman3 marriage and guide you as you train up your children it will give you boldness and peace. When we run straight into the arms of Jesus, He is there to pick up the pieces and bring wholeness to our souls. But… He doesn’t leave us there. He molds us, changes and stretches us for His purposes. We have to be willing to accept His healing as well as His leading. Ezra 10:4 calls us to obedience. What is God calling you to? How is He asking you to change your actions or attitude with your husband and children? What heart issue do you need to take to the Father? The Word in Ezra says “Rise up, take courage and do it”.

Today, dwell on the truth of whom the Word says “she is”.

She is… a wife.

She is… a mother.

She is… strong.

She is… brave.

She is… captivating.

She is… feminine.

She is… a leader.

She is… loved.

She is… a child of God.

She is… His masterpiece.

8 thoughts on “Who She Is

  1. Kathy Ray says:

    Looking forward to many blogs from “She is” ….

    “A word fitly spoken and in due season is like apples of gold in settings of silver.
    Proverbs 25:11

    Thank you for being such a blessing..

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  2. Terri sims says:

    I think this is gonna be great for young moms. Women need to know who they r in Christ. This way they can learn to expect nothing less than respect and honor from their spouse and kiddos.

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