Put Respect on Women’s Name (A Woman’s Worth)
It’s time to put some respect on women’s names
Throughout history, men have always claimed the fame
So, let’s salute our women, they deserve a celebration
Women are tired of being runner ups and underappreciated
Afterall, we are the reward of every woman’s womb
Her worth is based on God’s estimation and righteous truth
To start, the Lord created women, not man
We’ve placed false expectations that’s contrary to His plans
Therefore, a husband doesn’t make a woman complete
Her Heavenly Husband calls her blessed, beloved, and elite
A woman’s contributions to the world should be valued
Compared to men, her kingdom importance is equal
Always making things better wherever she goes
The Lord calls her “a good thing” because favor follows
Confirming that a woman’s role is just as important as a man’s
Confirming her role maybe different, yet with equal demands
Women aren’t just cooks, cleaners, or child bearers all the time
Women participate and cheer, beyond standing on the sidelines
So, we are thankful for the influence of a godly woman
We refuse to keep responding to you, like second class citizens
However, women aren’t called to be independent, ratchet, or a boss
A godly woman apart from any other woman boils down to her fear of God
Therefore, we declare a woman’s worth is far above rubies
Her reverence of God determines her thoughts, words, priorities, and duties
Prayer: Lord, Your plans for women must not be marginalized. Continue to remind us and women of their divine worth and calling. Her role must be honored with importance and equity. Forgive us for not valuing a woman’s worth as we should. Lord, lead women in the direction you want them to go. Overshadow what the world believes a woman should be with your righteous purpose. We ask these things in Your Son’s name, Amen!
(by Glenny Z. Moore)
Amen Bro. Glenny!! Thank you
Beautifully written Bro. Glenny and blessings to you for your giftedness.
The Lord used you to SAY DAT Glenny! What an amazing gift He has given you ... and you use it well! Blessings upon you & all the works of your hands!
Amen, Brother Moore!