Family and Faith Magazine Christmas Edition Issue 11 - Page 14

Whose daughter are you? Whose daughter are you my sister? From whose platform do you speak? Are you a child of Jezebel, salivating, conniving, coveting power? Or are you the daughter of Deborah; a righteous judge, positioned by God at her podium? Whose daughter are you my sister? From whose basket do you eat? Are you the daughter of Delilah, trapping men, trapped by men or the daughter of Eve easily deceived, deceiving men? Or are you the daughter of the nameless faceless widow with gates adorned with goodness and praise open to the man of God? Whose daughter are you my sister? From whose pillow do you rise? Are you the daughter of Gomer wanton, wearied and worn knowing every man or the daughter of Sapphire poking holes in God’s purse with her husband or the daughter of Lot’s wife with belly heavy and eyes long for pretty things? Or are you the daughter of Rahab redeemed from the night cloaked in his blood? Whose daughter are you my sister? From which fountain does your faith flow? Are you the daughter of Esther humble and submissive selfless and powerful influencing a king saving a people? Or are you the daughter or Elizabeth carrying the vision, keeping friends with women of destiny? Or the daughter of Mary daring the odds, birthing the impossible? Are you the daughter of Sarah? A foolish woman in the eyes of the world her foolishness cherished like pearl and gold trinkets by her God Who are you my sister? From whose womb do you spring? - from the collection The Goodies on Her Tray