Spiritually, Mentally, and Emotionally Renewing Woman’s Awareness and Recognition of Her Divine Prestige

by Eira Ashling Kynthia



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 4/19/2011

Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 108
ISBN : 9781449714277
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 108
ISBN : 9781449714260
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 108
ISBN : 9781449714253

About the Book

Mary, Mother of Jesus

King David’s lineage ends with Jesus through Mary, a woman who God has placed above even man, as He permitted Mary to beget a Son, without the seed of man. He bestowed the greatest honor, as a sign of respect, not to man, but to woman, and specifically a woman of a long line of Levite Priests, our blessed Mother Mary, “Blessed is she among all women. Blessed is the fruit of her womb, Jesus!” The line of Kings ends with a woman, Mary, so that no others may claim the right to sit upon the throne. Mary is the last to have the inalienable birth right to the throne of Adam. Belief in Jesus gives us an inheritance to the throne, not because of anything we have done or because of our position in life, but solely because of Jesus and His position promised by God in the very beginning in the book of Genesis. Ladies, this is the level of respect, honor, and grace which has been, is, and will always be given to women by God. God recognizes women with precedence and therefore, no other being has any right or authority to usurp that which He has bestowed upon women. It is time that all of mankind recognize women based on this precedence, granting them equal respect, honor, and dignity in all matters. For it is written that woman is graced with the power of the Angels (1 Corinthians 11:10, emphasis mine), “For this cause ought the woman to have a power on her head because of the angels”, which is the authority over woman—not mankind (KJV Study Bible, 2002).

About the Author

Author’s Note:

I have gone through that which no parent should ever have to endure—the loss of a child. That loss is nothing short of a holocaust of pain. You can bet that I was angry with God, and that He and I had more than one angry conversation and screaming match. But God had already made provisions in mine and my son’s lives way before this time and continued to provide through that time. I prayed daily that God would protect my son and keep him safe. And God did just that, for He has never once promised to protect our earthly bodies, only our souls. And so He has.