If you have a moment between campaign stops, there’s something I need to say.
Forgive my bluntness, but…well, you’re wrong. Both of you.
We are not nasty.
Nor are we sex objects, pigs, “witches,” bimbos, or deplorables.
We are created in the image of the Most High God and we have a purpose.
The moment we accept His free gift of life, we are royalty—daughters of the King.
We are forgiven. Washed and clothed in His righteousness.
We are loved, cherished, and held in high esteem. This King laid down His life to bring us into His kingdom. He fought the forces of evil and won (He went to battle for us, not against us). We are indwelled by His Holy Spirit who guides and refines us.
We are called to a life of purity and holiness—not nastiness.
(It is not cool to be nasty.)
We are called to give and to serve and to love—not kick, scratch, and claw our way over others.
We are to be set apart.
We are beautiful. Unique. One-of-a-kind. Fashioned in the very heart of God.
We are powerful. By approaching the throne of God in prayer, we can rock the world—shaping hearts and kingdoms—and touching eternity.
In fact, there is more power in our feeblest prayer than in any executive order from the Oval Office.
And on that note…
We continue to pray for each of you. That the veil of darkness will be lifted from your hearts and minds and you will seek the light and wisdom of the One True God.
A Daughter of the King
Charm is deceitful, and beauty is vain, but a woman who fears the Lord is to be praised (Proverbs 31:30).
The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge; fools despise wisdom and instruction (Proverbs 1:7).