From feeling all of His love, I am really excited to share a message of His love with, you, women of God!

In fact, I want to remind you that you are loved by God: single, divorced, and widowed women. As I am sure you know, His love is SO far from ordinary! You are special to Him because He made you (Genesis 1:27) for a great purpose.

Know that you have all of His best at your disposal, and should always expect nothing but the best, from Him, now and in the future (John 10:10) (Isaiah 65:24). Likewise, I pray that you keep in mind that it is all about by His will for your life (Jeremiah 29:11). This is something I also remind and encourage myself about.

Along with this message, I also want to pour into you that you are not your job, your looks, your possessions, or your skills and talents. You are not who does or does not like or love you. You are more than this to God. He will ALWAYS love you! Only get validation from the Creator (Galatians 2:20).

Remember, these things don’t define you. God does (1 Peter 2:9). Should material things or people change, come, or go, life will still have meaning in the Lord. God’s love for you will never change. God will always be consistent when life is not (Malachai 3:6)!

That being said, I also want you to know that being a person of standards, careful selection, Christian morals, and spiritual conviction is not a bad thing. It is to be embraced and celebrated as you make your way through life. Thank you for shining your light for Jesus! Others will be blessed because of your positive influence.

Though it may not be always popular or may be looked at as outdated, you have set your pathway to a blessed life (Psalm 1)!

Even when others can’t handle God’s love in your life and your love for Him, hold on to it. Don’t forsake it. Don’t compromise it for people, places, and things.

Yes, being a woman with Christian standards is what protects you, shields you, guides you, and will elevate you higher and higher to the place that your Heavenly Father intends for you to be (Romans 8:28). Especially, to the never-been-married-women, know that your time is precious to God and so is the future of your life (Psalm 139:17-18). Being single is not wasted time, unless you allow it to be and choose to live it that way!

Where you go, who you hang out with, and how you present yourself to the world matters to God. He wants you to live a life with His standards for your good and His glory (Romans 8:28). Know that He wants nothing but the best for you. Continue showing others how to live for Jesus.

With you, God is well-pleased (Matthew 25:21).

This is why you can ask what you will. Boldly, ask Him for what you want (Hebrews 4:16). Even if it is a husband, there is nothing too hard for God. Yet, don’t fixate on it. Remember your purpose, and always desire God more than anything (1 Peter 3:17-18)!

Above all things, pray that you continue to be faithful to God and that His will be done in your life always (Luke 22:42). In the meantime, just keep doing what you are doing. Keep living for God (Matthew 6:33).

“Many women do noble things, but you surpass them all.” Charm is deceptive, and beauty is fleeting, but a woman who fears the Lord is to be praised.

Proverbs 31: 29-31
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