Second, I wanted to get back to the "women in faith" statement from yesterday's post. I kind of said what I think in my post yesterday, but I wanted to hear what others said first and most of you agree with me. At first glace a "woman of faith" sounds good, but when I stop to think about it I am not sure that is how I choose to identify myself.
I am most definitely a woman of faith, but in this day and age with so many different kinds of faith I'm not sure that I want to be identified under a broad umbrella of "woman of faith". I want to be identified as a Daughter of the King, the One and Only King of Kings!
The only connection this thought has with the book that I will probably review tomorrow is the fact that throughout the book the author talked about 'women of faith' and I had a heightened awareness of that phrase because the other day I was visiting with a friend whose salvation I'm unsure about and she kept calling herself a 'woman of faith' and it got me to thinking about that phrase and if it's a good way to identify ourselves.
I liken that phrase to the word Christian. Many people equate being Christian with being born in America rather than being born into the family of God through His Son's precious blood.
Because I don't know who reads my blog here is the plan of salvation for you to read and think about. Are you just a woman of faith or are you a Daughter of the King?