Becoming Better Women (With the Anointed Mind) Pt. 2 Childish Behavior

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Becoming a better woman requires maturity.

1 Corinthians 13:11, NIV, says: When I was a child, I talked like a child, I thought like a child, I reasoned like a child. When I became a man (woman, an adult), I put the ways of childhood behind me.

Becoming a better woman, requires us to not simply be grown in body and age, but it requires us to become mature spiritually. Paul said that when he was a child, he talked like a child. This means his conversations were childlike. Uh oh! We have to grow up our conversations. “He said, she said. Did you see, Girrrllllll call me after rehearsal (The Zoom Meeting). I have something to tell you. ” Grow up your conversation!

Paul said he thought like a child. “Mines!!! That’s my job. That’s my spot. It’s all about me! What about me?” Paul said he reasoned like a child. “Mmm hmm. I see you left my name off the program again! You just wait until I’m over The Garden for Churches Program. I won’t ask you to help!” Sons and daughters of the Most High God, that is childish reasoning!

~Nikki (See part one)

One Reply to “Becoming Better Women (With the Anointed Mind) Pt. 2 Childish Behavior”

  1. Hey Paul was peaking about me. Well I mean except Paul might have been thinking of my father. Of course may father thought he meant his father. And his father knew it has all his wife’s relatives. Now there is where we get to root of the issue. Its my great grandmas family. Or maybe be it was my mom’s family? Naw, I am sure if it has to be said it is Sheryl’s family.

    Ahh like I said, Paul meant me.

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