As God creates a new life, we see Him as the first artist, sculptor, embroiderer, needle worker, potter, architect, scribe, and more. Psalm 139 reveals His Omniscience, His Omnipresence, His Omnipotence, His Omni-benevolence, and His Omniscience. Lots of teaching to bless you in this podcast.
God calls the creating of the baby in the womb “marvelous” (Psalm 139:14). God uses many adjectives in His Word. We then look up the adjective in the Hebrew to understand the word and we get more adjectives! The full understanding of this Hebrew word means “extraordinary, wonderful, miraculous, astonishing, and difficult. It is the revelation of God doing things beyond the bounds of human powers or expectations.” We discover where this word is used the first time in the Bible.
God creates each new baby separately, uniquely, and distinguished. Every new baby is a DESIGNER CHILD! A MASTERPIECE! All the remarkable inventions, astounding advancements, brilliant discoveries, and amazing feats (both intellectually and physically) cannot happen without a person being born. They can’t happen without the womb. Without the womb NOTHING happens in this world. It all comes to a screeching halt.
When you act like a queen, your husband will act like a king. Rise up and live like a queen, speak like a queen, dress like a queen, and enjoy being queen of your home.
Q & A: What do you say to folks when they say, “I’M DONE!” In other words, I don’t want any more children. What’s the answer?
God established men to govern. But are women subservient? No. Women REIGN! God wants us to be queens, ruling and managing our household domain.
I also answer the question: “How do I as a young mom, learn to find my identity in Christ and not in motherhood?” What the answer?
I talk about the Fatherhood of God. Did you know that God established the roles of father and mother BEFORE there was ever a father and mother on the earth? We check the Scriptures to find out what God says about male headship. Controversial subject to many, but we've got to go back to the Word. Eight points in all-six in this session.
In this podcast we talk about caring for an elderly relative in the home. We talk about life from conception to the grave. We talk about building or destroying our homes. And I begin answering your questions. You can email questions to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
In Jeremiah 29 we read a message from THE LORD OF HOSTS to the exiles in Babylon. Although these Judeans were now captives in a foreign land, God comes to them through the prophet to tell them seven things He wants them to do in Babylon. They are a reiteration of what He told them in the very beginning, but He reminds them that He doesn’t want them to stop doing these things just because they are in a foreign land. God’s commands are for all times and all circumstances. God doesn’t...
The last point about the exciting home:
15. A GARDEN CENTER. The first home, which was the prototype for all homes to come, was a garden home. A home is not truly a home without a garden, especially growing food to eat. If you are not able to grow a big garden, grow a little garden. Even a tomato plant or herbs in pots on your deck!
And introducing Nadia Mutana, mother of seven children. Nadia is originally from Rwanda where she grew up with a single father (no mother) and servants. She...
We continue the series of BUILDING AN EXCITING HOME. We talk about making your home . . . 10. A HOSPITALITY CENTER. Hospitality is the lifestyle of the kingdom of God.
12. A HEALING CENTER. Your home is to be a place of healing—healing the mind, soul, spirit, and body.
14. A CONVALESCENT CENTER FOR THE ELDERLY. But I forgot to talk about this one (another time!).
One more point to come!
We continue the series of BUILDING AN EXCITING HOME. We continue to talk about making your home . . .
7. A CULTURAL DEVELOPMENT CENTER/PLAY CENTER-teaching your children how to play creatively.
9. AN EATING CENTER-making every meal a love affair.
More to come next week.
God wants your home to be a place of rest, a place of delight, a place of glory, and a place filled with His presence. He wants to use your home and family to bring revival to this nation.
Painting by Elizabeth Shippen Green (1871-1954).
God was the first Architect and Home builder. He has given the plan for how He wants us to build our homes. We begin the series: BUILDING AN EXCITING HOME. Make your home . . .
More to come next week.
Picture Artist: Lin Wang
Meadow Hall continues to speak with me about her convictions regarding modesty and femininity. What about bikinis and leggings? Should they be part of our wardrobe? Can Christians wear jewelry? How do we embrace femininity in a genderless society? Should we pursue an egalitarian or complementarian marriage?
I also introduce to you my 13-year-granddaughter, Autumn Rose, Pearl’s youngest daughter. She shares how she loves being an Aunty to Warren. And now she is waiting to be an aunty again...
My granddaughter, Meadow, a young mother of this generation joins me today. She shares her convictions about modesty. What is modesty in the 21st century? How does it affect us as Christian women? Should we dress drably or gloriously? Meadow Hall is Pearl Barrett's daughter (Trim Healthy Mama) and is married to Kendall Hall. They have a little baby called Warren who is nearly six months old.
Allison Hartman and her 19-year-old daughter, Makenna, speak with me on this podcast. Allison shares how she and her husband managed to get out of debt and build a debt free home. McKenna speaks about her life in a big family and how she has built strong convictions into her life.
We talk about raising children to speak in the gates. Dear mothers, we are not only feeding and clothing our children. We have a huge task raising them to speak—speak clearly, speak with conviction, and speak with...
Introducing Allison Hartman from Florida. Allison and her husband, Daniel have 10 children and run a family business. We talk about how she fits this all together and how keeping the family together is their greatest goal as parents. One of the most powerful things we can do to build our nation is to strengthen our marriages and family lives. In every decision and plan we make in our family lives we should first of all think: Will this strengthen our family life, or will it fragment our...