Michelle McKinney Hammond Articles

Single and Simply Fabulous

single-womanTo a woman, whether single or married, what matters most is knowing her worth in the eyes of God.

What do you think of yourself? How would you describe
yourself to someone if you were being objective? Would you want to get
to know you if you met yourself walking down the street? Well, it’s
time to get under the skin you’re in.

I’ve told the story of the time I was deeply hurt in a
relationship—so deeply I had a party with the devil who served me
Unbelief Tea and Resignation Pie topped with “Why Me?” sauce. Well, the
man got married and divorced. He became a Christian. He came back to
me. I was thrilled.

Then we had a major disagreement. He married someone else
without telling me. (Can you believe he got married on me twice? What
was I thinking?)

Let the Pain Go

Let the Pain Go

girlinthought-prayEvery
woman has endured one kind of heartbreak or another. We’ve all had the
unfortunate experience of betrayal, and we’ve grieved over the
difficulty of getting past it. As Christian women, how do we process the
hurts we go through? And where is our God in the midst of them?

In
the book of 2 Samuel, King David’s daughter Tamar suffered an
unspeakable violation at the hands of her brother Amnon, who afterward,
rejected her and cast her away. The Scripture says: “Tamar put ashes on
her head and tore the ornamented robe she was wearing. She put her hand
on her head and went away, weeping aloud as she went” (2 Sam. 13:19,
NIV).

Let the Pain Go

Every woman has endured one kind of heartbreak or another. We’ve all had the unfortunate experience of betrayal, and we’ve grieved over the difficulty of getting past it. As Christian women, how do we process the hurts we go through? And where is our God in the midst of them?

In the book of 2 Samuel, King David’s daughter Tamar suffered an unspeakable violation at the hands of her brother Amnon, who afterward, rejected her and cast her away. The Scripture says: “Tamar put ashes on her head and tore the ornamented robe she was wearing. She put her hand on her head and went away, weeping aloud as she went” (2 Sam. 13:19, NIV).

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