I am so grateful that the Holy Spirit laid this book on my heart. I had the the subject and the idea taped to the back of my cell phone ( on a pink post-it) for over a year. I love the way the Lord works and when He places something in your spirit, it simply doesn’t let you go. I pray this book blesses you like it has blessed me. I am thankful to my editor Jannette Fuller and Bisila Bokoko for such a beautiful foreword. Girls, thank you for helping this book become a reality. It has all been such a humbling experience. So glad it is out for all of you to read and learn about these women as I continue to learn from as well.
There is a misconception that the Word of God is only full of perfect and unblemished individuals, nestled and folded throughout its pages. However, the beauty of the Bible is of one that displays historical places, within extraordinary biblical circumstances, involving ordinary people with their biblical problems.
Perhaps you didn’t know it, but God can use anyone. That includes, at times the complicated and yet called, women. Are you one who seems to be drenched in failure never knowing where to turn? Perhaps, in the past, you hadn’t any problem with following those that you trusted and loved, only to have discovered their foundation (which you’ve been following) was based on faulty ideologies, negative traditions, and decades of poor influence.
Perhaps, being a great leader is only indicative of being a great follower, but who are you following and what are you being influenced by? After the fall of man, humanity needed the love and counsel of the Godhead even more so, but in a world corroded with sin and polytheism who could be found listening for the still small voice.
To listen to the video where I share my thoughts about Leah in the Bible, click here.