for her proceeds are better than the profits of silver,and her gain than fine gold”
PERSONAL GROWTH is the work of a lifetime and differs from one person to another, next, because everyone experiences it at their own pace and according to their needs. We all are who we are, and grow in different ways and for different purposes.
From the moment we’re born until we die, life takes place in the midst of struggles, fears, failures and success; this is because we were created for something higher. but we’re immersed in a non-stop world that moves and changes, invents and discards, succeeds and makes mistakes. In the midst of that whirlwind, we will only stand the test if we grab a strong hold of God’s hand and continuously focus our sight on Him and the eternal mansions waiting for us.
Personal education goes beyond human sciences and knowledge.
For a Christian woman, this entails much more than going to the university In fact, it is very different. It has to do with the science of salvation. In order to grow in that direction, I’ll give you the following recommendations, hoping they might be useful to you:
Develop and maintain a constant relationship with God. This will give you security to face daily challenges without fear. Psalm 27:1 encourages us: “The Lord is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear? The Lord is the strength of my life; of whom shall I be afraid?”
Acknowledge that you are God’s handiwork. Knowing this reinforces your sense of identity, which enables you to, overcome your feats and to face problems.
View the future as a promise of great and wonderful things to come, not as something menacing and fearsome. In the most devastating crises, learn to depend on God and draw strength from your faith. An incorruptible home awaits you. If you. view eternity this way, you’ll live the present with the right expectation.
Be grateful every day for having God in your life and count the blessings you’ve received every evening.