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March 08, 2023 2 min read

Happy International Women’s Day friends!

Did you know that Church Murch is both owned and run by women?   My BFF Lauren & I make up the team today and both take pride in being women of God who are following His calling.

Today, we celebrate all of the incredible women out there who are holding it down for the kingdom of God! The mothers, daughters, wives, sisters, business owners, prayer warriors, friends, etc. who are the shining light on the hill of everyone in her life.

In spirit of this day, I wanted to share one of my favorite women in the Bible. We will never know her name, but the story of the hemorrhaging woman in Luke 8 has always inspired me. 

“Now there was a woman who had been suffering from hemorrhages for twelve years; and though she had spent all she had on physicians, no one could cure her. She came up behind Jesus and touched the fringe of his clothes, and immediately her hemorrhage stopped. Then Jesus asked, ‘Who touched me?’ When all denied it, Peter said, ‘Master, the crowds surround you and press in on you.’ But Jesus said, ‘Someone touched me; for I noticed that power had gone out from me.’ When the woman saw that she could not remain hidden, she came trembling; and falling down before him, she declared in the presence of all the people why she had touched him, and how she had been immediately healed. He said to her, ‘Daughter, your faith has made you well; go in peace.’” - Luke 8:43-48

I remember reading this scripture for the first time and I immediately put myself in her story. Instantly, all I could think about was the anxiety and fear I would have, knowing I touched Jesus without His permission - and then would have to come clean in front of everyone!

And then I realized this story is so much more - instead of her fear and anxiety, I saw her HOPE and FAITH in Jesus! Without even meeting him, she knew without a shadow of a doubt that Jesus was her only hope to be cured. She was at the end of her rope and placed all of her faith in Jesus to heal her. 

This nameless woman is a constant reminder for me that God has called us women to boldly go to the throne of Jesus, ask for healing and proclaim it in His name. Whenever I feel less than, discouraged, scared, etc., I think of the hemorrhaging woman, who spent years living in shame, fear, hopelessness with an incurable disease; BUT GOD! The moment she even heard about her future Savior, she believed, she hoped, and she WENT boldly to Him and believed for healing. 

“Daughter, your faith has made you well; go in peace,” Jesus said to her; and that’s how I want to live my life - by great faith and action!

What are you believing in God for today? Proclaim it in Jesus name. Amen!


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