The Servant Queen

“I’m a Queen, okay? I am a Queen, have you heard?” “Okay.” “I have been reading Queen Esther Preparation and the writer says I am a Queen, so don’t tell me to open the gate for you anymore.” “Uh..” “I am a Queen; so I don’t just do things for people like that-.” “Okay, please…

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The Pinocchio Type of Relationship

You know the story of Pinocchio? The little wooden boy? The one that was created by a wood carver yet wanted to be a ‘real boy’ and so was given the condition that to become one he had to be truthful. However he had the habit of lying often! Funny thing was that each time he lies his…

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When A Woman Has Grace

Scared you are not going to do well in that interview? You need Grace. Scared that test is going to be a big flop? You need Grace. Scared about the concept of marriage? The thought of being a wife? – do I have to cook? – do I have to clean?? – how am I…

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The Seven Friends Of Esther

Surely, if Esther lived in our times, she would have hit the Facebook friends limit by now. She definitely would have had over 4999 friends on her Facebook friends list. Just imagine social media to have existed in the time before she wed the king; once she puts up her DP (display picture) on Facebook, thousands…

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Why Every Woman Should Have A Tambourine

You know Miriam? Moses’ sister? Well, she had a tambourine. With this tambourine, she praised her way out of dreary situations that arose in her life! The concept of Miriam’s tambourine is the concept of praise! QEP believes every woman must have a tambourine and no; not necessarily to own one physically (although that will be great)…

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The practice of ‘It is well”

  When life places you in a boxing ring where you keep receiving blows after blows; practice your it is well. Whether or not your king has delivered to you a bunch of roses this Valentines day, you need to have the practice of “It is well” at the tip of your tongue:   “It is well,”…

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Slay, Queen… Slay!

More often than not; ‘to slay’ has become an urban slang these days which means that a person has greatly impressed, especially in the area of dressing up. We find that we tell our fellow sisters, “Gurrrl, you slayed!” or “Girl, you killed it!” to emphasise how well they are looking: While that is all well and…

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