Throughout my journey, I have consistently supported, uplifted, encouraged, and empowered the women who have become my spiritual daughters. It has always been my goal to see them thrive both in their ministry and in life.
Sadly, there are still many who hold the belief that women should not occupy the pulpit or have a voice amplified by a microphone. It may seem unbelievable, but such notions persist.
However, just as we discuss the sons of God inheriting spiritual gifts, let us not forget that the daughters of God also have their own inheritance. They have been entrusted with the ability to prophesy actively and fearlessly within the prophetic ministry. Fathers within the apostolic realm endorse and bless their daughters in this pursuit.
In the scriptures, we encounter numerous examples of women who held positions of authority and exhibited great strength in prayer and worship. Admittedly, in the Old Covenant, men were more prominent in positions of power. Nevertheless, it is crucial to recognize that God did not create women to be weak. Unfortunately, some men struggle to accept strong women and hastily label them as Jezebels. However, it is essential to distinguish between a strong woman and the negative connotations associated with Jezebel, who was known for her witchcraft, manipulation, and domineering nature.
Know that God has something extraordinary in store for you. There is a grand plan that will propel you far beyond your past experiences. Refuse to let narrow-minded individuals impose limitations on you due to their own insecurities. Now is the time for you to rise up and embrace your calling!