Purpose of motherhood

The Purpose of Motherhood

Let´s start with womanhood okay? What is a godly woman and what is she before marriage and children?


She is a woman who loves God with all her heart, mind, and soul (Matthew 22: 37-38). She is a woman who loves people, especially the ones that are closest to her (Matthew 22:39).

She has and continues to seek His kingdom and lives a lifestyle of righteousness. She doesn’t worry about her future because God will provide everything she needs (Matthew 6:33). She has full confidence in Him,  she is led by the Holy Spirit, and commits all her work to the Lord (Proverbs 16:3).

She recognizes God’s voice because she has an active relationship with God. She prays for guidance and direction. She finds her worth, her identity, and confidence in Him. She’s not easily influenced by the world because she knows that she only needs to please God.

Even if you have not done all these things you should know that as you are maturing as a woman you can also mature as a spiritual woman by learning what God has in store for you next.

Ask God to prepare you for the next season in your life by helping you focus on what you need to do now. For some women God has planned marriage, for others it’s a career, for others it’s to care for someone, whatever direction He takes you to, know that he wants you to be prepared.


Use your womanhood to learn qualities and skills and to master the ones you enjoy. Study women of the Bible especially the ones that were not married at the time they are mention (Ruth, Esther, Mary etc). What inner qualities did these women have? What can you learn from these women’s stories? Pray to God to help you understand what womanhood is and how you can use your womanhood to glorify Him. Don’t waste your womanhood on what the world thinks a woman should be. First of all you don’t belong to this world. This world belongs to you. You tell the world what womanhood is about. Reinvent the wheel. Listen to what God tells YOU. And take action.

God searches our hearts and he checks our desires, characteristics, faith, and trust (Jeremiah 17:10). Pray that your desires and needs are parallel to the purpose He has for you (Psalm 139:24). He made us all unique and each to our own (Romans 8:28). He gave us specific desires that will help Him fulfill His purpose. He gave us fire and passion to certain things that only we with that fire can fulfill with God.

So, I’ve compiled a list of inner and physical attributes for you to read and pick. As you are reading each attribute notice inside of you, which one brings you fire? Which one moves you in the slightest way? Which one makes you excited? Do that one first. Once you have mastered that skill move on to the next and before you know it you will have built godly characteristic traits that will help you fulfill God’s purpose.

Noble Character qualities in no specific order (there are more inner qualities than these, this is just to give you an idea): Use your womanhood to develop a noble character as well as physical skills. Start learning and applying them. Use your womanhood to glorify God.

Have love for God and people. (Matthew 22:37-39)

Be selfless. (Philippians 2:4)

Have a servant heart. (Luke 10:30-37)

Live in humility. (Luke 14:11) (Proverbs 29:23) (1 Peter 5:5)

Be in content. (Philippians 4:12-13) (1 Timothy 6:6-7)

Have inner peace. (1 Peter 3:11)(1 Peter 5:7)

Have confidence in the Lord. (Matthew 6:25-26)

Trust God whole heartedly. (Proverbs 3:5)

Have child-like faith. (Matthew 18:2-4)

Be generous from the smallest resource you have to the biggest resource you have. (Matthew 10:42)

Be kind. (Genesis 24:14)

Be gentle. (Galatians 5:22-23) (1 Timothy 6:11) (1 Thessalonians 2:7)

Be hospitable. (Hebrews 13:2) (Luke 14:12-14)

Be strong. (Isaiah 40:31) (Psalm 28:7) (Ephesians 3:16) (Philippians 4:13)

Have and act on wisdom. (Ephesians 5:15-16) (James 1:5) (Proverbs 16:16) (Colossians 4:5-6)

Have self-control. (1 Corinthians 10:13)

Be self-discipline. (2 Timothy 1:7)

Be brave. (1 Chronicles 28:20) (Psalm 27:1)

Learn what values are and become value-oriented. (Proverbs 19:1) (Hebrews 13:18)

Become family oriented. (1 Timothy 5:8) (Colossians 3:13) (Exodus 20:12) (Proverbs 22:6) (Ephesians 6:1-3)

Develop a moral compass and make choices based on this compass. ( 1 Corinthians 15:33)

Develop dignity. (Proverbs 31:25)

Develop honesty. (Proverbs 11:3)

Be obedient to what God has asked you to do. (Revelations 14:12-13) (2 John 1-6) (1 Kings 2:2)

Learn to give thanks in all things and situations. (1 Thessalonians 5:18)

Physical skills (You can start with the list of Proverbs 31:10-3)

Hygiene (how to properly care for your body) (Romans 12:1) (Ruth 3:3) (Esther 2:9)

Learn to cook. Ask another woman in your life to give you lessons. (Proverbs 31:14-15) (Genesis 9:2-3) (Matthew 6:11)

Learn to clean. Ask another woman in your life to give you tips and tricks. (Proverbs 31:27-28)

Learn to organize your home from materialistic matters to your family affairs. (1 Corinthians 14:40)

Learn to decorate. (Proverbs 31:22)

Is there a skill or a hobby you are really good at? Could you find a way to turn it into a business? Is there a place you could work to learn business tips? (Proverbs 31:24)

Develop negotiation skills. (Proverbs 31:16)

Learn to delegate. Jesus modeled delegation. He had 12 disciples. (Genesis 39:4) (Proverbs 31:15) (Luke 19:19)

Help your mom or learn from your mother how to make the home. (Titus 2:3-5)

Learn to sew. (Exodus 35:25-35) (Mark 2:21) (Exodus 28:3) (Acts 9:39)

Learn to meal plan and prep. (Nehemiah 8:10) (Acts 2:46-47)

Learn to budget and to be in content. (1 Timothy 6:10) (Luke 16:11)

Learn to do laundry and ironing. (Exodus 19:10-11)

Learn how to pay bills and how to search for the best deal. (Psalm 37:21)

Learn basic first aid. Learn how to care for small injuries. (Ezekiel 34:16)

Learn how to handle common sickness. (Deuteronomy 15:11)

Learn hospitality. The Bible has a lot of stories of hospitality).

Learn how to style your hair. (1 Timothy 2:-10) please read this carefully, it is using the word elaborately (complex).

Develop a wardrobe that best compliments you and who you represent (Jesus). (1 Timothy 2:-10)

Learn how to put makeup. (1 Timothy 2:-10)

Learn table manners and etiquette. (Philippians 4:5) (Leviticus 19:32)

Be helpful and resourceful. (Matthew 6:21) (Deuteronomy 15:11)

Learn how to grown and care a garden unless your allergies go haywire every time you go outside than I suggest to stay away. (Isaiah 58:11) (Jeremiah 29:5)

Learn how to care for pets unless your allergic to them than stay away. (Genesis 1:24)

Learn to tithe. (Malachi 3:10)

This will prepare us to our next hood or season in our life. Wifehood.


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