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Woman Of Value

Hey Sisters,

Welcome to a new week loaded and embedded with multiple of God's blessings for you and for me.

Before we get started on today's post, I will pose a question to you. What have you added to yourself this year as a whole?

What value are you adding to yourself? Have you allowed the past eleven months leave you the same way it met you? what have you done to increase your worth?

The proverbs 13 woman was praised for her values. She was celebrated by reason of her worth. To increase you value as a either a business/career woman, wife, mother, woman in ministry you have to increase your worth.

Look out for women who are setting the pace in the world at large, they are value adding women. Sis, stop sitting and claiming the aftermath of the proverbs 31 woman if you are not ready to do what she did.

It isn't a once in a life thing, it is a continuous thong. To be reckoned with, to shine and become that light you have been ordained as, you have to play your role too.

The year isn't over, there is still that opportunity for you to add value to yourself, read books, enroll for that course/training. May I add too that in adding value, cost is incurred. Oh yes, yes! It doesn't come cheap, though some maybe.

Cut cost on the mundane and invest fearlessly in and for yourself. we have no choice, this light in us must shine. Even when you are in full time purpose as in the pulpit ministry, you still have to do something to add value to yourself. No one is excused. Sharpen yourself and cultivate yourself with every single opportunity that you have.

God bless

Your Sis


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