Sunday, October 17, 2010

Why Women Need A Savior By Kelli Zaniel


To teach her that her value as a woman is more than the way she looks.

To teach her how to become more than she thinks she is.

To know how it feels to be someone’s favorite.

Who softens her rough edges when they seem a little sharp.

To make her crooked paths straighter.

Who teaches her the importance of spending time together.

Who always welcomes her home, no matter how long she’s been gone.

To show her how He carried His cross just for her.

To provide footprints she can follow behind.

Who shows her what a true romance is supposed to look like.

To remind her that Jesus is her first love, when she forgets.

To teach her to be more concerned about His glory than her relief.

To remind her how it feels to be held when a mean world tosses her aside.

Who teaches her that she is His princess-- a daughter of The King.

To be the shelter she can always run to.

Who shows her the joy in serving Him and others.

Who shows her she has at least one hero who will never let her down.

Yes sweet sister, I’m talking to you. God wants you to be His girl a “daddy’s girl,” no matter how old you get. You’ll never outgrow His love for you.

As you do that special thing you do today, He’s watching you, noticing you and loving you. So don’t forget to watch for Him, notice Him and love Him no matter how busy you get!

Psalm 18:32-36 (New International Version)

It is God who arms me with strength
and makes my way perfect.

He makes my feet like the feet of a deer;
he enables me to stand on the heights.

He trains my hands for battle;
my arms can bend a bow of bronze.

You give me your shield of victory,
and your right hand sustains me;
you stoop down to make me great.

You broaden the path beneath me,
so that my ankles do not turn.


  1. Sweet reminders... He covers our every need. How He loves us!

  2. Even though I'm not a woman, this was beautiful. You are very good.