So I’ve been really thinking about the whole women being like pure gold thing, since I heard that sermon. The more I think about it, the more I realize just how powerful we are. When you look throughout history, you see just how much gold has had such a huge influence on people. Do you realize that people have left their livelihoods to go on a lifelong pursuit of it? Do you understand that nations have gone to war to acquire it? Do you know that kingdoms have met their demise because they lacked it? Even today, gold still holds weight. It’s easy to forget that we still use gold and that the money we barter with, is only a representation of the gold that’s held in the Federal Reserve. Without gold backing it up, the paper money we use is worthless. With that in mind, do you realize your worth and what you will do/are doing for your husband? Your life and influence will add value to everything he does and every transaction he makes. Your presence will determine whether or not he can walk into a board room and sign multi-million dollar contracts. Your life dictates whether he will be mediocre or excellent. Your influence on him will decide whether his calling in life will become a global one.
Ever heard of the saying that men are the “king of the castle”? Well, you serve as proof and verification of your husband’s kingship. When the three wise men brought gifts to Jesus, one of those gifts was gold. This gold was a symbol of the King that He was destined to be. In the same way, when your husband receives you, it will verify to him and others that he is a king fit to have rulership and dominion over many great things. He may already have a powerful anointing on his life, but you are what verifies that anointing. People will see you and know that his anointing is real. They will allow him access to opportunities and places because you serve as the proof that he is worthy of those things.
With all of that being said, you are so powerful, even in your delicacy and feminine beauty. Your essence is so alluring and captivating that you don’t have to be tough and hard like iron to influence people, especially your husband. Your husband will see you and know exactly what you are and the value that you hold in his life. He will hear your soft words and watch your gentle actions and will be moved and convicted to do things on your behalf and on the behalf of others, that no amount of nagging, arguing or forcing can do. Recognize your power and know that God created you to be just like gold- soft and delicate, yet incredibly powerful and influential.