What does God say to a woman?
His letter to her reads something like this:
I loved you before I created you. You are my masterpiece. But, sin has distorted My perfect creation. Sinful people are challenged by difficult choices. You, My daughter, are tempted by feelings and emotions. You can’t trust these emotions, but you can always trust Me. Your life is of such value to Me that I came to earth in the person of Jesus Christ — the God become Man willing to rescue you from the consequences of sin. I paid the highest price for you.
Because of this great price, your body is not your own — to do with as you please. It was covered by the Robe of Righteousness when Jesus shed His blood on the Cross. The sacrifice of Jesus, your Savior, made you a new creation. You have the promise of heaven. I don’t want you to be hurt. I don’t want your heart to be broken or your body abused. So please, daughter. Guard your body, mind, and soul by making choices that glorify Me.
It’s o.k. to rebel. Rebel against all that is sinful and wrong in this world. Dare to be different from those who follow worldly opinions. They chase after popularity and selfish ambitions. When they do wrong, they want you to do wrong, too. They say, “Follow your heart,” or “Do whatever feels right for you.” But, a sinful heart cannot be trusted. It is filled with all manner of bad things. Your feelings and moods blow with the wind. They are high and low like a rollercoaster. Look to Me, My daughter. I never change. You can trust your life to Me. I know you better than you know yourself. I know your thoughts… your desires… your needs. You are never alone in My world.
I didn’t create you to be sexy, but holy. Practice modesty in the way you speak, act, and dress. Call attention not to yourself, but to Me — the One who made you. Show your beauty not by revealing your body, but revealing your love for Me. Resist being a temptress and, instead, lead others away from sin with its ugly consequences.
Be alert to deception. My daughter, if you acknowledge Me to be God, your Father, then you also acknowledge the evil one who opposes me and despises you. He hates you because I love you so much. He will try to deceive you. He knows when you are vulnerable. He will tempt you with one question, “Did your Father really say . . .?” Then, when you doubt Me and fall to deception and sin, the tempter becomes your accuser, “Look at what you have done! Can your Father ever forgive you?”
Oh, yes, My daughter. I can and do forgive. There is nothing you need to do but confess your sin. In your sorrow, I reach down to lift you from despair and secure the Robe of Righteousness tighter around you. Forgiven and set free, you are no longer captive to your past. Satan may tempt you again and again, but I have given you dominion over the father of lies.
Don’t let anyone look down on you for being young. Instead, let your speech, behavior, love, faith, and purity be an example for others. Entrust your life to Me. I’m not a god of chaos, but the God of order and beautiful design. I made you to be a woman. Live as a woman — My daughter — while you wait for Jesus to return for you.
Your identity is not found in your appearance or what you do. Your identity is a creation of God and the treasure for whom Christ gave all He had. No matter your age, no matter if you are single or married, no matter your health or the circumstances of your life– that identity remains.
I am the King… the Lord of life. Because of what Jesus has done, you are my daughter. My heir.
With the greatest love of all,
Your Heavenly Father
First posted 10-22-2010 in Ezerwoman