In Jesus Eyes There Are No Inferior Women

In a world where there are different views about women, I am here to let you know in Jesus eyes there are no inferior women. We are valuable in His sight, precious in His thoughts and absolutely important in His kingdom agenda. It does not matter what the traditions say about women or how the current culture is depicting women in a funny way but what will forever hold ground is the Biblical view of women which is respect, value, and invitation. I’ll be real with you, whenever we read the Bible without proper understanding, we can take something beautiful that God was doing and pervert it into an oppressive tool for evil to give a misrepresentation of God’s creation.
We have to be aware, the cultures to which the Bible was originally written were male-dominated and the world was a male-dominant society where women had limited rights. Culturally, men held all power politically, economically, and socially. And the presence of women was not always even worth being accounted for example in John 6, the story of “Feeding the 5,000” is only totaling the men present and does not include women or children.
This may have been the view of the world, but Jesus had a different perspective that:
  • Acknowledged women.
  • Empowered women.
  • Remembered women.


In Mark 5, beginning in verse 21, Jesus begins traveling to heal the daughter of a synagogue leader named Jairus. On the journey to Jairus’ home, a crowd forms around Jesus. A woman who is known to have suffered from constant bleeding for 12 years exits her exile to reach out to Jesus. This woman believes in Jesus so strongly that she thinks if she can only touch him, she will be healed. Upon touching His robe, Jesus feels power leave his body and he searches for her.
“Then the frightened woman, trembling at the realization of what had happened to her, came and fell to her knees in front of him and told him what she had done. And he said to her, ‘Daughter, your faith has made you well. Go in peace. Your suffering is over”. Mark 5:33-34, NLT
In a world that outcast her, Jesus turned to find her. In a world that called her unclean, Jesus called her daughter. In a world that said she should touch no one, Jesus accepted her outstretched hand and said that act of faith made her well. In a world that wanted her suffering out of sight, Jesus acknowledged her suffering and ended it.
Today I want to assure you, the same Jesus that acknowledged this woman who had an issue of blood, is the same Jesus who has acknowledged you. His character does not change, His Mercies are new each and morning. People might have given up on you but Jesus will never give up on you. He is the same yesterday, today and forever.


On his return to Galilee in John 4, Jesus was prompted by the Spirit and had to pass through Samaria. When his disciples left to search for food, He was met by a woman at the well during the hottest time of day. The timing alone signaled she was an outcast of the society because people did not frequent the well at that hour. To her surprise, Jesus spoke to her and in doing so, He opened her eyes and heart as He revealed His identity as the Messiah.
“Just then his disciples came back. They were shocked to find him talking to a woman, but none of them had the nerve to ask, ‘What do you want with her?’ or ‘Why are you talking to her?’ The woman left her water jar beside the well and ran back to the village, telling everyone, ‘Come and see a man who told me everything I ever did! Could he possibly be the Messiah?’ So the people came streaming from the village to see him.” John 4: 27-30, NLT
While the disciples saw a woman unworthy of Jesus’ attention, Jesus saw a woman worthy of his time. Jesus saw a woman with a repentant heart and He empowered her to take the Gospel to a nation.
You are currently entangled with all manner of proclivities and your guilt is making you feel unworthy in the eyes of Jesus. You think God cannot give you another chance due to the bad choices you have made in life but am here to tell you, Jesus is willing to give you another chance and deliver you completely and empower you to fulfill your ordained purpose. It’s never too late for God to change a willing heart.


Just a few days before crucifixion in Matthew 26, while in the home of Simon the ex-leper (“ex” because Jesus healed him of leprosy), a woman entered a room of men and worshipped Jesus. She was criticized for entering, criticized for being wasteful, criticized for not thinking of the poor.
“’Why criticize this woman for doing such a good thing to me? You will always have the poor among you, but you will not always have me. She has poured this perfume on me to prepare my body for burial. I tell you the truth, wherever the Good News is preached throughout the world, this woman’s deed will be remembered and discussed.’” Matthew 26: 10-13, NLT
She never said a word, whether because she wasn’t given the option or from fear that no one would listen. Jesus spoke for her in a place that silenced her voice. Her actions were controversial to everyone but Jesus took notice off her act of love and ensured she was remembered forever.
Please hear me out sis, your love for God and your passion to do what pleases Him, will rub some people off the wrong way ,during these days when bad has become the right thing to do. Jesus will always take notice of your love for Him, your submission to Him and your obedience to do and follow His Will. At times you will look crazy in the eyes of men by doing what is right when everyone else is compromising left, right and center but in the eyes of God! You are His prized possession, a loyal ambassador who is representing Him the way He desires to be represented in all that you do.
Parting Shot: –Each of the above women were seen by God, even if their importance wasn’t recognized by those around them. Their names may not be recorded in Scripture, but Jesus ensured they would be remembered forever -get the key word (They will be remembered forever) even if they couldn’t own property or live out a career, these women took risks to serve the God who saw them when no one else did.

In Jesus eyes, there are no inferior women and in His kingdom, there are no marginalized disciples.

Love ReinaBeaty

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