What I Want to Teach My Daughter About Biblical Womanhood from Genesis

Posted By on May 19, 2015

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My daughter is a jabbering, vivacious toddler, but she’s not too young to be introduced to her great, great, great … grandma Eve. In the evenings, she gets excited about “Bible time” with Daddy and Mommy, and she looks at Bible pictures as we read her Scripture. During brief moments of reflection between diaper changes or cleaning out her highchair, I’m gripped by my responsibility to show her what it means to be a “woman who fears the Lord” (Proverbs 31:30)—something she certainly won’t pick up from the culture that surrounds her. As she grows, I have so much to teach her to affirm and articulate about Genesis as it relates to biblical womanhood.

May we redeemed daughters of Eve consistently root out the deceptive influences within and without, trusting and obeying God’s perfect Word and teaching it to the next generation.

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