Jewels Acronym Affirmation and Ode To Women
The following poem and acronym was inspired by the Jewel Ministry of St. Paul Community Baptist Church in Brooklyn, NY as an encouragement for women to embrace their beauty and divinity within and walk in the power and authority made available through the resurrected Christ.
We are beautiful Diamonds,
who are precious gems;
We are part of the jewels
in the diadem.
The crown chakra is where
our energy flows;
We are one with God
and we seek to know.
We are wonderful creations
of the Most High God:
He can meet our every need,
nothing is too hard.
We are spiritual, thinkers,
and we’re resourceful;
We are advised by the Spirit,
who is our muse.
We are dazzling Diamonds,
God’s light shines in our hearts
as a reflector.
We are growing in the power
of the resurrected Christ;
We’re here to minister to others,
sharing the message of life.
The following acronym and poem is a welcome to all women, who are fearfully and wonderfully made. A salute acknowledging women as diamonds and other precious jewels and gems purposed to grow in God and shine His light and love in service to others.
W - Welcome Wonderful Women
E - Extraordinary Effervescent Edifiers
L - Lovely Liberating Leaders
C - Commissioned Capstone-Cut Creations
O - Outstanding Original Overcomers
M - Majestic Meritorious Ministers
E - Effective Empowered Endurers
J - Joyful Justified Jewels
E - Elegant Exciting Endeavorers
W - Wise Willing Worshippers
E - Exceptional Encouraging Examples
L - Loving Life-giving Lights
S - Strong Sanctified Servants
Namaste̒ (the divinity in me salutes the divinity in you).
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