The power of a woman is not using her seductive powers to lure men into sex to get favour, position, fame or roles in return.
The power of a woman is not about using feminine manipulation to take over the husband of another woman, fighting for the wrong reasons or teaching wrong motives.
The power of a woman is not flaunting her physical endowments to deceive unsuspecting clients into prostitution and taking them through the road of destruction. I must say it is beyond that.
The power of a woman is understanding virginity before marriage like Mary the mother of Jesus (Matthew 1:23).
The power of a woman is using your position to save lives like Esther (Esther 8:5).
The power of a woman is being available for God to use you like Deborah the prophetess (Judges 4:4).
The power of a woman is being obedience to your husband even in barrenness like Sarah (Genesis 16:1) and having faith in herself to conceive (Hebrews 11:11).
The power of a woman is using your substance to do the work of God like Mary called Magdalene, Joanna, Herod’s steward and Susanna (Luke 8:2-3).
The power of a woman is acknowledging your weakness but using your strength to protect God’s people like Rahab the harlot who saved the spies by her kindness (Joshua 2:12).
The power of a woman is giving the little you have to save a soul like the woman of Zarephath did and was blessed in abundance (1 Kings 17:12). As a widow you still have something to offer.
The power of a woman is being virtuous at home, in the family, at work and in your nation (Proverbs 31:10-31). People call you blessed when they see your good works.
The power of a woman is to rise against laws that degrades womanhood like Mahlah, Noah, Hoglah, , Milcah and Tirzah did to abolish the law of not allowing the daughters get the inheritance of their father (Numbers 27:1-11).
The power of a woman is using the good qualities you have to get other qualities you need to achieve what other women couldn’t achieve.
As a woman your power is in you. Use it wisely and God will see you through.