And the LORD God said, It is not good that the man should be alone; I will make him an help meet for him. Genesis 2:18
Today, we are recognizing A Day Without A Woman and International Women’s Day.
No matter where you may stand on this particular day, for or against it, we have got to give credit to God for showing Adam that he needed a help meet.
When I awoke this morning, I didn’t put too much emphasis on this day because it was just, so I was thinking, just another day. My plans were pretty much already set for the “things I have to do” and the “class I plan to attend,” later today.
But, when I turned on my laptop and went to check my email and view the national headlines, there it was. The headlines, A Day Without A Woman rallies will be taking place across America.
This year, so far, has indeed become an exciting time for women who never thought to protest and spearhead groups of vibrant women of all ages, ethnicities and races, to make their voices be heard with their elected officials.
There is a spirit of like-mindedness and unity that is putting some of the most unlikely of women, together. And that is a good thing.
Although, it would be great to see all women taking the day off, it cannot happen for those women who are taking care of their families, working to maintain their household and those women who are making a difference in the lives of those in need of their help (doctors, nurses, missionaries, volunteers, etc).
And although a number of women cannot be out in the streets rallying for a particular cause, today, A Day Without A Woman is still making an impact for our young girls.
Sure, A Day Without A Woman might have seen far-fetch when it was first presented.
But it can’t be ignore…nor should it be.
Regardless of how many women show-up or don’t show-up to their jobs.
A Day Without A Woman is affecting this world and thank God it’s for the good of mankind.
“Favour is deceitful, and beauty is vain: but a woman that feareth the LORD, she shall be praised.” Proverbs 31:30
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