I saw this on the opening credits of a Netflix film and had to share as it made me think of the book listed underneath.
“Each gifted man needs a gifted woman to help him to fulfill his objective, destiny and purpose in life. The male and the female should be of one mind in doing the work of God.” -Anonymous
“Women are Kingmakers” – Wellington Boone
Guess now you know why it’s called Kingdom building. Sadly, some women don’t know how to make kings and even sadder is some men don’t want to be kings. The book I referenced is a quick read but it is so powerful that you might not be ready for it. I wasn’t. Got to a certain point and papa’ and I were having a conversation and I had to put the book down. Wasn’t ready for that part yet. See, if you know how to make a king, you can’t force the king to take the throne and far too many men abdicate the throne then get mad at the king for the rules they lay down. Or, worse yet, the kingmaker is forced to play the role of king. Sure, we are all kings in our own right but everything has a hierarchy. Call it old fashion but a man is the head of the house. A man’s home is his castle and castles have kings. Kings take advice and counsel from the queen. To have a happy castle the queen cannot take the role of king while the king is still able to rule. There will be conflict. To be king you have to want to be king. Being king is a huge responsibility but with the right queen at your side your land will live in peace and harmony.
What I’ve come to understand is that the bible is one big puzzle that you have to link together. 28: “So husbands ought also to love their own wives as their own bodies. He who loves his own wife loves himself; 29: For no one ever hated his own flesh, but nourishes and cherishes it, just as Christ also does the church,…” When you add on “bone of my bone and flesh of my flesh” the puzzle starts to take shape.
If you let that steep in your mind and soul for a few: loving your wife as your own body. In today’s society, some of us love ourselves so much we have no room for others because we love our body so much that that is all we show you. NO hate or shade, I’m just point out the obvious. If you’re a married man, ask yourself, “Do I love my wife like I love myself?”
I AM a kingmaker or at least I try to be. Every woman’s king making skills are different but the common goal is the same. If you’re a man, ask yourself, ‘Do I want to be a king?” I use lowercase king because Jesus is the King of kings. Who did you think he was referring to?
#ilovemyself #knowyourrole #stayinyourlane #ilookgoodyoulookgood
What ails ya?