8 women of the Bible. All are very different, yet all share one very important thing in common: They HEARD the Lord and stepped forward boldly in faith to serve...just by being who they were, where they were.
Do you believe you couldn't possibly have anything to offer to ministry? Does the word "ministry" sound scary and daunting? Maybe...
We don't all serve in the same way. Some of us will travel overseas, some of us will be at the forefront of leadership and very visible, some of us will be on the front lines in exotic and faraway places...and some of us will be on the front lines in our own backyard. Where you are is not an accident. God has planted you there to 1) Serve Him in that exact spot and 2) To prepare you for future service.
You need only to be available to HEAR the Lord and to step forward in obedience to whatever He calls you to do and then step back and watch God do the rest.
God will take your obedience and multiply the fruits of it as only He can.
We may never see the full scope of our obedience, but be sure the Lord does, and He will bless us for it. The Lord can easily accomplish His Will on His own, without us, but He chooses to use us. What an honor! What a privilege!
Do you have a heart to serve, but you don't know where to begin? Begin by meeting these eight incredible women of the Bible; women who despite culture, time, and geography are just like you and me.
Regardless of 2,000 years passing, we can still learn from and imitate the faith of these women. Let's continue the legacy of being women who HEAR the Lord and obey, to His glory.
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