OK, so we’re not like Vanna! My point exactly!
There is inside you something to bring to the world, to your world that only you possess. What is in the remoteness of your soul and spirit and mind? You will discover who you are as you commune with God. Search Scripture for awareness. Ask those who are true friends (even if you have only one, He is the “friend that sticks closer than a brother”), Ask, “What do you see in me that could be a gift?” Develop what you think it is. With time and tenacity you will morph into the fully developed woman God intended when he created you specifically.
He gave up his life, and rose again to prove his power; that power rests inside your being as you access it by a yielded heart. He “gave himself for us that he might redeem us from all iniquity, and purify to himself a peculiar (Greek: periousios: feminine, beyond usual, special) people” a zealot for valuable, good works. (cf Tit 2:14)
There is something special in you and for you to do, some valuable, good work that is designated by God for you to accomplish; become the best version of what is resonating in your heart.
“She is like the merchants’ ships; she brings her food from afar.” Proverbs 31:14. Look closely at the meaning of the words here:
She is (hayah; beacon) like the merchant (sachar’; travel round, trade) ships (oniyah; feminine; a ship); she brings her food (lechem; especially bread or grain, victuals) from afar (merchaq; remoteness; very far, distant place).
What those abilities inside you are, those gifts you will definitely discover within . . .when you think you know, begin to polish them. God put them there to share with your husband, your family and the world . . . “let us consider one another to provoke to love and to good works.” (Heb10:24)
I love thinking through these things about women. We all need each other.
Let me hear what you think.