Scripture that resonates with a woman's daily living:

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Ordinary women become extraordinary not because of any qualities of their own, but because God inspired them to be used by Him.  Women of the Bible have one thing in common - faith, hope, consistency, steadfastness, boldness, strength, clear thinking, a resolution to win the battle, effort, vision, administrative gifts, financial prominence, and leadership qualities.  If you are in a position of influence, or believe beyond a doubt you have the potential to be, read on. 

Genisis 3:20  The first woman is created as the 'mother of all living'

Genesis  Sarah, Rebekah & Rachel all are a huge part of the Genesis account of God's dealings with their husbands

Exodus 20:12  Children, honor both father AND mother

Leviticus 19:3  Women are to be revered and obeyed by children

Judges 4:4  Deborah, was a judge in Israel

Deut. 16:14  Women partook in all the feasts

1 Kings 2:19  Solomon publicly paid homage to his mother, and bowed to her as he sat on his throne

Esther  Saved her people from being annihilated

Proverbs 12:4; 31:10; 1 Cor. 11:7  The Bible celebrates the priceless value of a virtuous woman

Proverbs 31:10-30 Scripture honors women AS WOMEN and encourages them to seek honor in a uniquely feminine way

Proverbs 14:1; 1 Timothy 5:9-10, 14  Wives administered the affairs of their households

Hebrews 11: 23  Moses' mother, Jochebed, is included by implication

Luke 10:38-42 and revealed them to be more important than merely domestic service

Acts 12:12-15; 1 Cor. 11:11-15  Women become prominent in the ministry of the early church

Acts 9:36  Women were renowned for their good deeds

Galations 3:28  Women are not marginalized or relegated to second-class status

Philipians 4:3  Paul regularly ministered and lead alongside women who were recognized for their faithfulness, and giftedness; women were viewed as 'co-leaders'

John 4:4  What is staggeringly unexpected about this amazing account is that Jesus chose THIS time, THIS place, THIS woman, to be part of the setting where He would (for the first time ever) explicitly and formally unveil His true identity as the Messiah.  And THIS woman, was never the same again