Woman Under Construction

Woman Under ConstructionHave you ever felt pain or loss so intense that you thought you would suffocate?

Daily, our families, finances, homes and hopes are being shattered and dismantled. You may have had some detours in life that have caused some shame, but that’s OK!

Woman Under Construction is your teaching manual for bouncing back from adversity.

Have you ever asked yourself, “How can I become a successful woman?”

Woman Under Construction is your journey to renewal, rejuvenation and renovation in every aspect of your life.  It provides the blueprint for reaching your purpose.

Are you still having flashbacks of anger, guilt, bitterness, forgiveness or regret?

Woman Under Construction empowers you with the tools to accept God’s forgiveness and healing and it teaches you how to forgive others.
It’s time to charge toward the giants in your life, and cut off their heads, once and for all. Each chapter will provide you with the arsenal in your hands to conquer, slay and destroy every dream killer that has been holding you back from succeeding.

Woman Under Construction Tool Book

In this workbook, you will be provided with key points of each chapter. You will have a time of reflection: brief exercises, along with a Weekly Memory Verse, Weekly Prayer, Weekly Action List for implementation, and conclude with our Weekly Character Building Block Word for you, the “Woman Under Construction.” This Tool Book will be our roadmap as we work together throughout this journey of renovation.

 

For additional information go to: www.womanunderconstruction.com

 

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Construction Site

Consider God as the carpenter working to patch up your flaws. Because He is omnipotent, He is also the drywall and plaster. “Living in the spirit,” means that I trust the Holy Spirit to do in me what I cannot do myself. This life is completely different from the life I would naturally experience without God. Getting rooted in a firm foundation is not a case of trying but of trusting; not of struggling but resting in Him. If I have a bad temper, a quick tongue or a critical spirit, then I cannot change myself. Instead, I must seek the Spirit of God to produce in me the needed purity of humility or meekness, and be confident that He will do so. Resting and allowing God to perform His work is what it means to “stand still,” and see the salvation of the Lord, which He will work for you (Exodus 14:13).

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Designed for Purpose

When God fashions a woman after His design and she lives out her authentic self, He makes her so priceless that nobody can “buy” her. Listen, if a man can purchase you with extravagant gifts or with fancy, empty words, then perhaps you haven’t allowed God enough time to process you. What I place around my neck, or carry on my shoulder, does not define me. If you allow someone to buy you with compliments or charm, then you don’t understand your Master Designer. You have to examine your relationships, and ask the all-important question. Does this person add or take away from my purpose? Is he always looking at your flaws or complaining about decisions you have made? You may have nurtured a few unhealthy relationships for far too long. It’s time to clip the umbilical cord. Those associations have been draining you, feeding off your accomplishments, and depleting your energy. (Proverbs 4:25-27)

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Break the Fallow Ground

Sadly, I have heard alarming statistics that here in America, every few seconds, a woman is harmed in some kind of way; beaten, a victim of rape or attempted rape. Such horrendous crimes have become a “devious norm” in our society. Countless women today are now disposable objects at the hands of abusive husbands, fathers, lovers, etc. When a woman’s distinctiveness is plundered, it can trigger almost irrepairable damage to her and those within her circle. By nature, females are survivors – although they may be beaten, bruised and scarred. Emotional scars are invisible. However, they surface like a tsunami that surges from the bottom of the sea and overtakes dry land. Thankfully, God has given a system for full restoration of our uniqueness! Our past does not taint our future!

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Bent Nails

Nails were scattered along the slabs of cement that we used as walkways. I saw straight and bent nails mixed in the dirt. I discovered still more nails hidden deeper under layers of dust and grime. Conversely, many of us are buried under iniquity! This “filth” bounds people from head-to-toe, and consists of jealousy, strife, bitterness, idolatry, fornication, and addiction of all sorts. Some of us are buried deeper in sin than others. Thankfully, God looks beyond our mess. He can reach out in time to raise us up – despite the difficulty. God doesn’t complain about how deep we’re covered, or how crooked we’ve become. The “hammer” or Word of God can straighten out any bent nail! You are made of the same material as “new nails” – fresh and right out of the box. God is saying, “I want to use you in my wall.”

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