A Diabolical Plot Against Femininity

There are many teen, young adult, and adult women who suffer from what some coin, “The Motherless Syndrome.”  These are women who may have been abandoned or abused by a biological, adoptive, foster, or mother-figure in their lives.  Adoptive moms, foster moms, women’s ministries, and communities must recognize women who are struggling with an orphan mentality.  Studies show, “When there isn’t a mother in the home; there is less overall income, more poverty-related issues, and less stability for the children.”  We renounce this diabolical plot against femininity. 

The Word of God introduces women to a spiritual mother, Sarah.  By no means is she perfect.  Sarah has been known to deal with others harshly.  She is known for trying to help God out (and not in a good way).  Nonetheless, with all her flaws, she is a mother.  A maternal figure who teaches a basket full of powerful lessons. The Bible says, “Even as Sara obeyed Abraham, calling him lord: whose daughters ye are, as long as ye do well, and are not afraid with any amazement.”  1 Peter 3:6  We are called, Sarah’s Daughters.  What is a daughter, “A female offspring; a girl or woman in relation to her parents.”We are the spiritual offspring of Father Abraham and Sarah.  This is the lineage which would eventually produce, Jesus Christ.  Wow, we are the heirs of a spiritual dynasty!  So regardless of my natural parents.  God has drafted me into a spiritual family, with spiritual-earthly parents.

As well, Scriptures show God providing the care that a mother provides her children.  He is compared a comforting mother “As one whom his mother comforteth, so will I comfort you; and ye shall be comforted in Jerusalem.” Isaiah 66:13  God is also Biblically referred to as a mother teaching her child to walk, “I taught Ephraim also to go, taking them by their arms; but they knew not that I healed them.”  Hosea 11:3

As long as, women with the testimony that they have been abandoned have Christ in their lives; they have a spiritual mother, Sarah.  You can study her life in these Scriptures: Genesis 11:27-32, Genesis 12:11, Genesis 15:3-4, Genesis 16:1-16, Genesis 17:15-21, Genesis 18:9-15, Genesis 21:3-11, Genesis 23,  Hebrews 11:11-12, and 1 Peter 3:1-7.  As well, women who have been abandoned can lean on God to show His  tender care as a  comforter and teacher.   

I close this post by vehemently rebuking the orphan mentally and asking God to give His women a deep sense of belonging and worth. 

For Discussion: Can you think of one way that a woman with an orphan mindset may act in her daily, prayer, business, and home life?  Write your thoughts in the comment box below.  I’ll respond soon.  If you need special prayer concerning this topic; e-mail me at fearlessinhighheels@gmail.com with your prayer request. I am excited to hear from you!

God’s women do not have to stuff their need for maternal guidance. 

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8 thoughts on “A Diabolical Plot Against Femininity

  1. Beautiful words of encouragement! I think women who suffer with this mindset should definitely gravitate towards spiritual mothers in the church. The scripture: Titus 2:4 encourages, ..”the aged women to teach the younger women…” I believe this scripture absolutely works to prepare women for future husbands as well as how to be better women. Although my mom was alive, we attended different churches, I had a tendency to do just that, gravitate towards the mothers at my church for the love and wisdom that they were so eager to give. Some of the best prayer partners, undoubtedly, are the wailing women(mothers)! Thank you. ❤️

  2. Can you think of one way that a woman with an orphan mindset may act in her daily, prayer, business, and home life?
    She may perform daily affirmations to herself until she believes and know her value:
    I am a good keeper of my home both spiritually and naturally.
    I will pray without ceasing.
    I am not my circumstances, life happenings and experiences.
    I am not a victim.
    I am loved and cherished by the ONE that was intentional about my creation as I was made in HIS image.
    I am not responsible for the choices others have made to my detriment.
    I am forgiving to free my spirit space for unconditional love.

  3. ladymelissaffields July 14, 2020 — 4:51 am

    Thank you for sharing words of wisdom and your personal experience, Shawn Wilkins. The seasoned women can provide essential lessons on marriage, child-rearing, home/work life balance, and more. Absolutely, every Ruth need to Naomi. Nurturing is definitely needed and the 21st century church. Lady Melissa F. Fields.

  4. Absolutely, definitely confessing Word-based statements that affirm the Word of God can be yoke destroying. Daily confessing God’s Word as we fulfill our daily assignments can revolutionize our lives. Posting the confessions somewhere that they are clearly visible would be helpful too. Thanks so much for sharing, Shannon Ayers. This is a blessing! God is able to heal us every where we hurt.

  5. Thank you, Lady Fields and Lady Ayers!!!The words of Affirmation is a great example of putting away orphan minded thoughts!! I will begin to recite and post words of affirmation in my home.

  6. Thank you Lady Melissa for the opportunities that you give to women to express themselves. I appreciate you!

  7. ladymelissaffields July 15, 2020 — 1:18 am

    kameko barker … You’re most welcome! I have used these systems so many times and I still use them. It really helps me with the struggle of keeping my mind on God’s Word as opposed to focusing on what the enemy is using to try to make me lose focus on. We are overcomers! Happy for you with this new system.

  8. ladymelissaffields July 15, 2020 — 1:20 am

    Blessings! We have so much inside of us. God has deposited so much beauty and so many different experiences. We have so much to share with one another. I love listening. I value you, LF.

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