by Belinda Kendall
Women are a lot like water, they are an essential necessity for life. Where there is water there is life.
You can find water just about anywhere, if you visit a gas station enough they will allow you a courtesy cup of water, where they would normally charge. You can visit any restaurant they will give you water as long as you are buying something else. The supermarkets have water in all different shapes and sizes you can buy, and spend as much as you want. You can pay the city you live in, and they will make sure you have water running through your house.
But in Africa water is like gold. They spend time and money digging for water, and there are schools that teach on how to find the water source. Their desire to provide for their family means the world to them.
But people in other countries take it for granted, just like we do women. Women are so powerful that God himself came through a woman to enter this world, as His Word wrapped in flesh. Why can’t women wait on that man that will not take them for granted? I mean that man that will sit under a good Pastor to teach him how to break generational curses, and treat a woman. That man that will keep digging and digging until he finds a woman he is proud to give her his name. What about that man that wants to provide for his family: even if he is not the father of the children.
When will women start realize that they are an essential necessity for life? Or, maybe you like being a courtesy cup for that man that stops by all the time, or free because they are paying some of your bills.
You are not what others think you are. You are what God knows you are.”
― Shannon L. Alder