Women of Christ

Favoritism of a child:

Rebekah and Isaac both showed favoritism between their two boys without knowing the outcome of their actions. Favoritism hurts the whole family unit and it is up to us to stop it. Isaac and Rebekah did show favoritism with their two boys. They did not know the outcome of this just like we do not know the outcome of favoritism of a child. Favoritism by one or both parents can affect children. It is ...[Read More]

Rebekah The Wife of Isaac:

Rebekah was the wife of Isaac and the mother of two great nations through Esau of the Edomites and Jacob of the Israelites. There are many lessons to be learned from Rebekah; she was a loving mother and an obedient wife, she was faithful, rebellious as well as being passionate. She was a Godly woman but she did have her human weaknesses. Genesis 24:1-67, Genesis 25:21-28, Genesis 26:6-14, Genesis ...[Read More]

Harlotry of Today:

The harlotry of today is any kind of sexual deviancy of either men or women. It is shocking to learn there is as many as 1 out of 4 children (possibly 3 out of 5 girls) are sexually abused by someone they love or should be able to trust. Boys are at risk today more than ever before. Many survivors of sexual abuse have never talked to anyone about this. When this happens it affects the issue of tru ...[Read More]

The Faith of Rahab Helps our Faith:

The faith of Rahab condemns the Israelites and many Christians. Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. We need to continue to walk our life journey in faith and trust in our Lord Jesus Christ. Hebrews 11: 1-40 “Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. 2 For by it the elders obtained a good report. 3 Through faith we unde ...[Read More]

Rahab:

Rahab had an immoral past, she was a harlot, and had a pagan background. Then her life changed and she is an example of bravery, conviction and hope for all of us who did not have a “pretty perfumed beginning” in our lives. Joshua 2:1-24, Joshua 6:17-25 Rahab was a harlot in Jericho around 1400 B.C. Joshua, the son of Nun, who took over the leadership of the twelve tribes from Moses into the land ...[Read More]

Dealing with Jealousy:

Rachel displayed jealousy from the time Jacob married Leah. Jealousy is an emotion that can control our lives and lead us to mistrust even ourselves. Rachel was not alone in displaying jealousy in the Bible. What can we learn from Rachel on how to control jealousy? One of the characteristic we found with Rachel was that of jealousy. Relationship jealousy takes the involvement of three people. This ...[Read More]

Rachel the Wife of Jacob:

Rachel was the wife of Jacob who founded the twelve tribes of Israel. The characteristic we see from Rachel is jealousy, resentfulness; she was a loving and giving wife and mother. Rachel is a reminder to us that being beautiful, having a great job and husband does not bring happiness. Genesis 29-35 Rachel was the younger daughter of Laban. Laban was the Aramaean and the brother of Rebekah. Rachel ...[Read More]

How to Survive Financial Problems Today:

The widow with the two mites had to depend on her family, community, and the church to survive the burden of being a widow. The norm today are single parents with no job or prospects of a job, no child support, no day care for children, no car to get to a job that does not exist. With banks closing, jobs disappearing and the stock market crashing it takes creativity to try to make ends meet and pr ...[Read More]

The Widow With the Two Mites:

This unnamed widow was the poorest widow in the city. We know that this unnamed widow loved God. You see she had nothing but two mites, which makes a farthing. And she gave all she had to the LORD. No one else saw what she had done; no one except our Lord Jesus Christ. Jesus called his disciples unto him to witness this woman. The disciples had seen many rich people make wealthy contributions and ...[Read More]

A Journey Through the Diagnoses of Breast Cancer:

It can be devastating to be diagnosed with breast cancer. Understand the journey of a woman newly diagnosed with cancer to the day she walks out of the hospital and back home can help better assist these women through their journey. All women are different and their needs will depend on their individuality. The woman with the issue of blood gives us an example of courage and faith in Jesus Christ. ...[Read More]