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21 Powerful Christian Quotes for Women

  1. “When we acknowledge God’s supreme role in our life and set our mind on Him, He enables us to be women of hope.” — Elizabeth George
  2. “There is something wonderfully sacred that happens when a girl chooses to realize that being set aside is actually God’s call for her to be set apart.” — Lysa Terkeurst
  3. “What women rightly long for is spiritual and moral initiative from a man, not spiritual and moral domination.” — John Piper
  4. “There is nothing in this world as personal, as nurturing, or as life changing as the influence of a righteous woman.” — M. Russell Ballard
  5. “Being a praying woman doesn’t mean I don’t have bad days. It means I am willing to find beauty, even in the ugliest days.” — Author Unknown
  6. “A woman of God never impresses others at the expense of her relationship with God.” — Gift Gugu Mona
  7. “A woman's heart should be so lost in God that a man must seek Him in order to find her.” — Rebekah Linser
  8. “A miracle is really the only way to describe motherhood and giving birth. It’s unbelievable how God has made us women and babies to endure and be able to do so much. A miracle, indeed. Such an incredible blessing.” — Jennie Finch
  9. “A woman who lives with the stress of an overwhelmed schedule will often ache with the sadness of an underwhelmed soul.” — Lysa Terkeurst
  10. “I'm not some mighty prayer warrior. I'm a woman with faith who prays to a God who listens and knows my prayers can move mountains.” — Author Unknown
  11. “A strong woman has waited patiently while her roots grew down deep into the Word of God. Over time, she becomes unshakeable in her faith. She starts bearing fruit naturally and is full of life. People are attracted to her strength and growth, and many find rest and peace as they lean on her. And when storms and trials come, as they always do, they will not be able to take her down. A few branches may be lost or pruned away, but in their place comes new growth, new life. This is what I long to be! A strong woman who is anchored in God’s promises.” — Francis Chan
  12. “The most beautiful women I’ve ever observed are those that have exchanged a self- focused life for a Christ- focused one. They are confident, but not in themselves. Instead of self-confidence, they radiate with Christ- confidence.” — Leslie Ludy
  13. “Nothing is more impressive than a woman who is secure in the unique way God made her.” — Rhonda Kulczyk
  14. “I wish we had a few more women like the woman of Samaria, willing to confess what the Lord Jesus Christ had done for their souls.” — D. L. Moody
  15. “Nothing is more beautiful than a woman who is brave, strong and emboldened because of who Christ is in her.” — Author Unknown
  16. “I want to be a woman who overcomes obstacles by tackling them in faith instead of tiptoeing around them in fear.” — Renee Swope
  17. “I believe that a woman who loses interest in her Bible has not been equipped to love it as she should. The God of the Bible is too lovely to abandon for lesser pursuits.” — Jen Wilkin
  18. “No doubt [women of faith in the past] were reproached for His name’s sake, and accounted mad women; but they had a faith which enabled them at that time to overcome the world, and by which they climbed up to heaven.” — George Whitefield
  19. “Older women should teach younger women the skills and disciplines needed to have a successful home and marriage. Experienced wives and mothers will find their greatest avenue of ministry in teaching younger wives what they need to know to be effective wives, mothers, and homemakers.” — John MacArthur
  20. “A woman of God climbs the mountain without any fear, because she knows that the One she knows, will let her reach the mountain top. She does not depend upon her own strength. She has resolute faith in the Lord, because she is a woman of God.” — Gift Gugu Mona
  21. “To submit to anyone less than Christ is difficult in a marriage. Yet it is Christ who commands women to be submissive to their sinful, fallible husbands. In this sense Christ is the silent partner of the marriage. It is hard for a wife to submit when she disagrees with her husband. But when she knows her submission is an act of obedience to Christ and honors Christ, it is much less difficult.” — R. C. Sproul
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