Sisterhood

              I always felt that being around too many women was never a good thing.  As you mature, and begin to understand life better, there are some habits that are hard to break.  For example, getting up early (even when you don’t have to), making Saturday your cleaning day, and accepting women as close friends.  I’ve always been the person that made friends with men before women, because men are so much easier to be friends with.  There was a time in my life when I did not want “confide” or have lunch with a woman because I feared that she would mentally judge me the whole  time.  It wasn’t until I came crawling back to Jesus that I began to understand what true sisterhood meant.
               GOD always knows what we need and when we need it.  HE lovingly removes all of the “junk” from our lives, and in my case HE saved me from myself.  GOD knew that not trusting women  was a struggle of mine, and HE brought me three sisters that not only changed my mind, but has brought so much peace into my life.  They each bring something different to the table, and our mantra is “Iron Sharpens Iron.”  I cannot put into words what they mean to me, and their love for the Lord is priceless.  I’ve given my heart over to them, and although I have biological sisters, these powerful women of the Lord keep me grounded and focused on the Lord.  I couldn’t have asked for a better gift, than to have these beautiful women of GOD to lean on and to seek advice from.  I am new at this, and I love and rely on them so much that imagining my life without them makes me shudder.  I have come to trust and believe in them, and I pray they feel the same way.  THANK YOU GOD for the precious gifts of NAT.

Your daughter,

Monica

 

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