7 Characteristics of Blessed Women
Psalms 1:1-3
Her Companionship
She companies with other godly women.  She reaches out to all, but seeks close companionship with believers.  She seeks God’s plans, purposes, desires, treasures, and goals for her life.

Her Focus
She is not found in the places, with the things, or the people who are not seeking a greater and more intimate walk with God.  Her vision is firmly focused on the plan that God has for her.

Her Conversation
She does not gossip or mock the less fortunate, the more fortunate, and the lost people of the world.  She seeks to redeem them through the godly life example she displays on a daily basis.

Her Delight /Joy
She delights in the word of God.  She reads it, teaches it, lives it, studies it, ponders it, & meditates upon it. She speaks it over all of her life and circumstances and the lives of other people day and night.

Her Commitment/Maturity
She is steadfast and bears godly fruit.  She is firmly rooted in God’s word.  She is not “flaky” and foolish, and fickle.  Her word is her bond and she passes out good and not evil.  She is not a troublemaker.
Her Influence
Her leaf does not wither.  People can count on her to fulfill her promises.  She is influential and when she talks, people listen.  He name is honored by God and men.

Her Prosperity
Everything she puts her hand to prospers because it is blessed, sanctioned, and ordained by God.

Why "Hepzibah in Training?"

More than twenty five years ago I stood in a powerful praise and worship service. As I entered into worship weeping in the presence of the King, I heard the voice of Jesus in my spirit. He called me two names. The first name was Hephzibah and the second was Beulah. I was stunned and immediately sat down on the bench to ponder these two names. Neither of these names appeared flattering to me.

I left church and called my sister, a mighty warrior of God, and told her that God had called me two names. Her reply was “If God called me names; I needed to find out what they meant.” I searched scripture and found that the name Hephzibah means, “The Lord delights in her” and that Beulah meant, “Thy land is married (committed, spoken for, etc). Needless to say, I was delighted in the significance of these two names that my Savior has bestowed upon me. My goal and treasure in life is to fulfill the plan for my life on this side of Eternity and to train for the other side of Eternity.

I offer you the revelations, thoughts, and meditations that God imparts to me in this blog “Hepzibah In Training”.

I thank you for your comments.