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“The inhabitants of the villages ceased, they ceased in Israel, until that I Deborah arose, that I arose a mother in Israel.” Judges 5:7 (KJV)

Many people do not understand the weight of motherhood. Many have taken it for granted and have allowed themselves to get carried away by the distractions of the enemy that have left people at the tough end of the rope.

One of the things you must know is that we are all Children of God. In the sight of God, there are no males or females, bond or free, Jews or Gentiles. Let me drive it home further, there is no female spirit or male spirit; all we have is the Holy Spirit and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is absolute liberty – liberty to be all that God has ordained you to be. I have come to challenge every woman today to arise.

In our scripture today, we see a unique woman by the name Deborah. Let us look at The Message Translation of that scripture: Judges 5:7 (TLB) “Israel’s population dwindled, Until Deborah became a mother to Israel.” Can you imagine? A whole nation was dwindling until a woman arose! What is dwindling around you? What is it that the enemy is robbing you of? You have sat down for too long, it is time for you to arise. Woman, arise! For such a time like this the Lord has called you. Don’t sit down and fold your hands. Nothing works until it is worked. There is a call  upon your life; there is an assignment for you to do, don’t let your seat be vacant.

The beauty of motherhood is that there is so much in you that the world wants to draw from. As a woman, you can multitask and still be effective, so arise. What is the Lord prompting you to do? The time to do it is NOW. Stop procrastinating. The world out there is waiting. Learn from Deborah; she dared to stand and the Lord wrought a major deliverance for Israel through her. Happy Mothers’ Day!

Further Reading: Judges 5:1-7

Daily Bible Reading: Morning- Judges 11-12; Evening- Luke 6:1-26

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