Wednesday, September 22, 2010

What a Blessed Saturday with Beth Moore

Beth Moore! This is the face of a women who has changed so many women's lives with her ministry. I know first hand, because she changed mine. This past weekend she was at the Rosemont Theater for her Chicago Living Proof Bible Study. It was a day filled with music, fantastic word and tons of laughter. If you can picture it she is this little southern women who has great hair and fantastic style. You would never imagine the energy that comes out of that little body. She is so incredibly real and has suffered a lot of hardships in her life.

This particular study was simulcasted to 596 host site, 46 states, 26 churches in Canada, 11 different countries, 5 military bases, 1 college, that equaled 125,000 women and a few brave men! It was chilling to know how many different people all over the world were worshiping at the same time. God is using Beth Moore to do so much good for so many people.

Her study was on Kindness and being a real women who opens her mouth with wisdom. A women who brings people up instead of cutting them down. It was inspiring! The music was beyond amazing! The energy in this room was something i had never experienced before in my life.

I am going to leave you with something Beth left us with:

My Dear Sister, 
"Your God has called you to use that mouth of yours For His great glory. Don’t just add to the noise. Become a real woman Who opens her mouth with wisdom. God wants the Law of Kindness On your tongue And the love of Christ In your heart. Never forget: Kindness is not a weakness! When you’re wearing down Head to Christ and His people And let them build you back up. Always remember: His yoke is KIND. Make sureIt’s the only yoke you wear. It’s time to go our separate ways But we’ll all meet up again At the glorious epiphany of our Lord Jesus Christ. Until then, Let the One who led you here Lead you on with cords of kindness. Now, get out there And build a welcoming fire In a cold world. Live by the Law of Kindness!"
I think living by the law of Kindness is something all of us can stand to do a little more of, no matter what religion you choose to practice. Any of you ladies out there interested in Beth Moore blog me:)


  1. I love that Beth said "Kindness is not a weakness." I recall hearing as I've grown up, "You're too nice." I love the differentiation between being 'nice' & being 'kind.' Hopefully she'll come back to Chicago!

  2. Beautiful words to live by.. I know that as a woman it is easy to get caught up in gossip..and saying un-kind things...I really want to focus on building people up rather than breaking them down...wish I could have been there sounds awesome!

  3. I just adore Beth Moore! I'm your newest follower:)


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