No Glass Ceiling

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There was much discussion last week of the glass ceiling. What does that mean for you?

 

 

  • It doesn’t change my life
  • Sometimes the best man for a job is a woman
  • Much brouhaha about nothing

God has never had a glass ceiling for women (or children or different races). Through the centuries, culture imposed boundaries on what we women could do. But from the beginning of time, women had the same access to God as men.

God hears our prayers. He speaks to our hearts. He blesses us with spiritual gifts. He saves our souls. That’s what matters most.bless soul pic

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2 Responses to No Glass Ceiling

  1. I saw a glass ceiling a bit differently; when I got my doctorate, I found that very few universities would even look at a fortysomething Asian male, because ‘that demographic was already over-represented in engineering’. This, having taken some pains to survive schooling at a very high-end institution.

    But God disposes, and my life now is completely different from that I would have imagined then. I am content, and the glass ceiling let in the light.

    • Shirlee Abbott says:

      Stay tuned, Andrew. I wrote the next post before I read your comment. We think alike.

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