I am looking forward to speaking at the Boundless Sisterhood’s ARISE Women’s Conference on Saturday, September 25th at LifeSpring Church in Durham, NC. Today I am sharing on the Boundless Sisterhood blog about what it means to be a daughter of the King. I hope you will join me by clicking here: Daughters, Arise!
This is the intro:
What comes to mind when you think of the word “daughter?”
What does it mean to be a daughter of the King?
Let me ask it another way, “How has your experience as a daughter shaped how you view God as a Father?”
One of the most significant ways God has helped me discover what it means to be a daughter of the King has been through experiences with my daughter. One of the first lessons was when I brought her home and held her with my tears leaking onto her puffy cheeks.
I cried because I desperately wanted to protect her and keep her safe. She felt so tiny and vulnerable in a big and scary world.
God Protects His Daughters
That hunger to protect her gave me a glimpse of seeing God as a Father who protects his daughters. I was learning to see Him as my protector.
You are my hiding place; you will protect me from trouble and surround me with songs of deliverance.Psalm 32:7 NIV
He revealed more of His character and showed me His lavish love for me as I began my journey to heal from childhood sexual abuse.
Please join me over at Boundless Sisterhood to continue reading my guest post. Here is the link: Daughters, Arise!
Thank you for being here and please let me know if you have any questions about the conference.