I am A Woman

The following poem was read out during the ibethel sermon by Kris Vallaton on Mother’s Day.
We listened to it and it so resonated in our hearts that my dear sister Talitha, transcribed the whole poem that was read. The author’s name is Christina Moss, THANK YOU for such a beautiful poem.

Happy Mother’s Day 🙂


My willingness to carry life is a revenge –
the antidote,
the great rebuttal of every murder,
every abortion,
and every genocide.

I sustain humanity
deep inside of me life grows;
I am death’s opposition.

I have pushed back the hand of darkness today
I have caused there to be a weakening tremor among the ranks
of those set on earths destruction.

Today –
a vibration that calls angels to attention
echoed throughout time;
our laughter threatened hell today.

I dine with the greats of God’s army –
I make their meals,
I tie their shoes.

I walk with greatness,
and when they were tired,
I carried them.

I‘ve poured myself out for the cause today.

Its finally quiet,
but life stirs inside of me –
gaining strength.
The pulse of life
sends a constant reminder to both good and evil
that I‘ve yielded myself to heaven
and now carry its dream.

No angel
has ever had such a privilege
nor any man.

I’m humbled by the honor;
I am great with destiny –
I birth the freedom fighters.

In the great war 
am the leader of the underground resistance.
I smile at the disguise of my troops,
surrounded by a host of warriors
Destiny swirlinginvisible yet tangible
and the anointing to alter history.

Our footsteps make our land for conquest,
we move undetected throughout the common places.

Today –
I was the barrier between evil and innocence.
I was a gatekeeper,
watching over the hope of mankind,
and no intruder trespassed.

There’s not an hour in the day or night
when i turn from my post.
The fierceness of my love is unmatched on the earth.
And because i smile instead of frown,
the world will know the power of grace.

Hope has feet –
it will run to the corners of the earth
because i stood up against destruction.

I am a woman
I am a mother.
‘m the keeper and sustainer of life
here on earth.

Heaven stands in honour of my mission.
No one else can carry my call.

I‘m the daughter of eve,
and eve has been redeemed.

I am the opposition of death;
I am a woman.


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