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Loving God's Woman


Whether it be from a place of judgement, ridicule, or admiration, the world is fascinated by women who love Jesus.

It should be.

When a Woman Loves Jesus

When a woman truly loves Jesus,

when she makes the Savior a priority in

her home,

her movements,

her heart,

it is not hard to see how Christ reciprocates.

He shows up in

her home,

her movements,

her heart.

Her energy is anointed.

Her tears are not just purging, but cleansing.

Her commitment to family and community is not only service but also sacred.

Her body.

Her mind.

Her heart.

Heaven considers these to be sacred things.


Not perfect. Pure.

When was the last time you thought of a woman as pure?

It is the second thing Heaven thinks of when it thinks of a godly woman because Jesus himself trusted a woman's body, mind, and heart with this sacred thing called "life".

The first thing is she is mine.

The virgin’s name was Mary. The angel went to her and said, “Greetings, you who are highly favored! The Lord is with you.” ~Luke 1:27-28, New International Version

Before the angel ever spoke a word about her assignment, he made sure Mary knew the Lord was with her. And yet, even a godly woman can find it hard to see how fearfully and wonderfully made she is. We all hesitate at times when confronted with the magnitude of God's love because we live in a world that tells us we do not deserve it.

That is a lie.

Want to know how to love God's woman?

Remind her that she is God's woman.

Not your woman.

Not the worlds to do with as it sees fit.

God's woman.

Remind her that she is God's woman, then love her like He does.

Don't analyze her tears.

See her tears as cleansing, and never forget the tears she has cried for you.

Don't minimize her commitment to family and community. It can be in the garden, washing dishes, or negotiating million-dollar contracts, God honors the work of her hands. Do you?


It does not matter who she is to you (wife, lover, homegirl, sister, auntie, mother, etc...), in the eyes of the Father she is your sister in Christ.

So, be careful.

Be careful. Be mindful. Be thoughtful.

Oh, how we could change the word with a single thought!

"This is my sister in Christ."

A small reminder to every woman we encounter...

"You are my sister in Christ."

Six words can set the standard on how we see women and ultimately how we love them.

When your words and actions communicate to a woman that you see Christ in her, you ignite the GOD in her.

Handle with care.

Handle with Care

Her body, her mind, and her heart are sacred things.

Handle with care.

God sees her first as pure. Not perfect. Pure. Cleansed by the blood of the Sacred Lamb.

Handle with care.

From before the womb, to the cross, to the grave, Jesus took care of and included the women in every aspect of his human life and beyond.

Handle with care.

Love the women in your life like this and it will change your life.

This completes the R.E.A.L. Woman series! I hope you are able to take something from the series to bless your life and the lives of the women you love. If you missed any of the series, check it out at

Brothas! You're up! June is ALL ABOUT YOU! Some content will be from a women's perspective, some from from fellow brothers in Christ. All out of it will be fire! It starts next week. Everyone, join us!

Until then, as always, much love!

Equipping You for Intimacy, Transparency, and Destiny with Christ.

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About Phillipa



Phillipa Williams has dedicated her life to building God’s kingdom. A former programs director for new member and Christian education with over 36 years’ experience in leadership and discipleship, she has equipped thousands to serve God and community.

She is the Founder/CEO of GOD n Me International, a faith-based social enterprise equipping and inspiring others for spiritual intimacy, transparency, and destiny. Her blog,, was named one of the "Top 10 Black Christian Blogs, Websites, Newsletters To Follow in 2019“ by In Spring 2022, Phillipa published her first book, GOD 'n You: Finding Your Place in Forever. She also completed the licensing and ministerial requirements at the Potter's House School of Ministry in Dallas, Texas.

An advocate for women and children, Phillipa founded and serves as Executive Director of the 501 (c)(3) nonprofit, ilooklikeLOVE, Inc.. ilooklikeLOVE works to eradicate early childhood poverty through diaper assistance and capacity building for new mothers.


She is the proud parent on one adult son, Kenneth.

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