What God Really Thinks About Women

By (author)Sharon Jaynes

Finding Your Significance Through the Women Jesus Encountered

Step into a world where women’s stories come alive, where the pages of the Bible reveal the deep encounters they had with Jesus. In “What God Really Thinks About Women,” renowned speaker, teacher, and author Sharon Jaynes takes you on an extraordinary journey, unlocking the secrets of women who found profound meaning in their encounters with the Son of God.

With her trademark biblical perspective, Sharon dives into the lives of remarkable women such as Mary, Jesus’ mother, the woman at the well, Mary Magdalene, and many others. Through their stories, she unveils the transformative power of Jesus’ forgiveness, healing, and love.

As Sharon delves into the divine interactions between God and women in the Bible, she unearths captivating surprises and eagerly shares the news with today’s readers. Brace yourselves for this revelation—God has extraordinary dreams for women. He continues to take them from being perceived as insignificant to being highly esteemed, from feeling disgraced to becoming full of grace, and from living with guilt to experiencing complete forgiveness.

Prepare to embark on an inspiring journey that will touch the depths of your heart. “What God Really Thinks About Women” uncovers the profound truths of God’s heart and His unwavering hope for women. In His boundless love, He tenderly exchanges their heartaches, hopelessness, and shame for the resplendent beauty of wholeness.

Are you ready to uncover the secrets of God’s perspective on women? Dive into this transformative book and be forever changed. Join countless others who have discovered their true worth, identity, and purpose through the timeless wisdom of the Scriptures.

Order your copy of “What God Really Thinks About Women” today and embrace the liberating truth that will revolutionize your life. Let the whispers of God’s love and His unending grace resound in your soul, empowering you to walk in the fullness of His divine design.


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Title: What God Really Thinks About Women

She was beautiful. She was bright. And she was mad at God.

I sat across the lunch table picking at a salad and trying to digest Jan’s words. Her startlingly teal eyes were tinted with frustration at God, primarily because of how she perceived He felt about women.

“I don’t understand God. It seems like He is against women. All through the Bible I see how God used men in mighty ways.

“Abraham, Moses, David, you name it; it is always the men. And polygamy. How could God allow that? Today, there’s so much abuse toward women. Where’s God in all that? There are so many inequalities and injustices between how men are treated and how women are treated. I think the bottom line is that God just doesn’t like women.”

We had a long chat and I shared with Jan what I had discovered on my journey to answer some of those same questions.

As I studied, I was struck by Jesus’ radical relationship with the women whose lives intersected with His during those thirty-three years he walked this earth. He crossed man-made social, political, racial, and gender boundaries and addressed women with the respect due co-image bearers of God. The God-made man broke the man-made rules to set women free. Every time Jesus encountered a woman, he broke one of the societal rules of his day.

God created women as co-image bearers of Himself (Genesis 1:27). But a lot changed between the Garden of Eden and the Garden of Gethsemane. By the time Jesus made his first cry in Bethlehem, women lived in the shadows. Women weren’t counted as people (aka the feeding of 5,000 men), couldn’t speak to men in public, weren’t allowed to worship with the men, couldn’t sit under a Rabbi’s teaching, eat with men at social gatherings, or testify in court. Women were divorced for any reason at all and had no legal rights.

But Jesus came to change all that. He didn’t speak out about the injustice; He simply went about His ministry ignoring the man-made rules.

He taught in places where women would be present: on a hillside, along the streets, in the marketplace, by a river, beside a well, and in the women’s area of the temple.

  • Jesus spoke to the Samaritan woman at the well. It was the longest recorded conversation he had with any one person. She was the first person He told that He was the Messiah. (John 4:1-30)
  • Jesus welcomed Mary of Bethany into the classroom to sit at His feet to learn. (Luke 10:38-42)
  • Jesus invited Mary Magdalene to join His ministry team. (Luke 8:1-3)
  • Jesus encouraged the woman healed from 12 years of bleeding to testify in the presence of all the people what God had done for her. (Luke 8:42-48)
  • Jesus welcomed the sinful woman into a room full of men as she anointed his feet with perfume. (Luke 7:36-50)
  • Jesus entrusted the most important message in all of history to Mary Magdalene and told her to go and tell the Apostles that He had risen from the dead. (John 20:11-18)

Jesus was willing to risk His reputation to save theirs. He delivered women from diseases and set them free from spiritual darkness. He took the fearful and forgotten and transformed them into the faithful and forever remembered. “I tell you the truth,” He said, “wherever this gospel is preached throughout the world, what she has done will also be told, in memory of her.” (Matthew 26:13)


Sharon Jaynes

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