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July 9, 2022

July 9, 2022

By Kimberly Hobbs

EMPOWERING LIVES WITH PURPOSE:
May we all be women that God can use at any given moment wherever we are. I often see people I barely know stumble upon my path and begin telling me their problems. They open up like I’m their best friend in the world. Why? I believe it’s because I’m expecting it…I’m expecting the “favor of God” to drive the attention in my direction so that I may help others.
Are you expecting God’s favor? Are you always ready to be used by Him?
Hearts are hungry for God in our world situation. People are wondering who they should turn to for truth. Hurting women are surrounding each of us on our daily path. They are desperately looking for someone who will introduce them to LOVE. The love of Jesus and someone who cares.
 We are Women World Leaders, we have God’s love we carry wherever we go! We have their answers. We need to carry a  confidence with us that people are drawn to. People need hope.
God is bringing women toward you and you must be willing to share your experiences with any of them who ask or show need!
Ladies, if we are connected to God’s desire and wish to draw people to Him, opportunities will present themselves and it won’t be just a mere coincidence they are drawn to you!
God knows who is willing to serve and help in these times. It takes God’s given COURAGE in you to walk this out.
Just ask God to use you as a vessel and He will, you will be His vessel for His use. Allow convictions and compassion to drive you to be the best example of a Christ-follower you can be.
Ask God to create a burning desire within yourself to be a “light” to draw people toward your radiant beam of Him in you, Jesus~the Light of the world.
 If you know Him and He’s alive inside your heart, you have “His light”. You will shine with radiance and draw others to you and God will use you to be His biggest blessing to another in need.
“Instead, you must worship Christ as Lord of your life. And if someone asks about your hope as a believer, always be ready to explain it.” (1 Peter 3:15)