Home Features THE POWER OF A WOMAN ( part 3) – JFK ABIONA



A woman is not your property so don’t treat her like goods or toys. A woman is not a baby manufacturer so don’t send her to labour room every year. A woman is not a necessary evil so don’t cast her out like a demon.

Am 51 and I have lived my life in the world before Christ for 24 years and for 27 year in God’s kingdom. Meaning, I have seen both sides of the two worlds and I can say without any shadow of doubt that it is good to be born again.

Meanwhile, I have had very close interactions with girls, ladies and elderly women at very close range. My Mum lost her husband at 38 and she singlehandedly raised 5 boys and 2 girls. I saw her struggles as primary school teacher and a widow. I saw her lion’s heart yet with chronic asthma making sure none went to bed without food.

That’s why the only punishment disallowed under my roof is “no food for you today”. I can’t stand it. In view of this, let me show you 3 AWESOME POWER OF A WOMAN.


We had a twin 3rd of June 2010. The girl came out well but the boy died. In the Sosoliso air crash in 2005, only two girls made it. One of them had a severe 3rd degree burn yet she made it.

The muscle of men are outside just like their reproductive organ but that of the woman is inside. A woman can stand by a man in his humble beginnings and help him rise to greatness only for some men to look for another woman when breakthrough has come.

Never take the quietness and simplicity of a woman as weakness. Never take the one who is extroverted as a parrot. On both sides, they are tenacious and very enduring.


When Women Pray, they use the power of their womb. Prophet missed it when he saw Hannah negotiating for Samuel. Women don’t miss target in prayer. They are the secrets behind all great men in this world.

Please only let a woman pray for you and not against you. Why is because, they won’t stop if the answer has not come. Am sure you still remember that dangerous woman called Anna in Luke:2:36-37…Anna the prophetess was also there, a daughter of Phanuel from the tribe of Asher. She was by now a very old woman. She had been married 7 years and a widow for 84 years. SHE NEVER LEFT THE TEMPLE AREA WORSHIPING NIGHT AND DAY WITH HER FASTINGS AND PRAYERS.

I saw women doing prayer walk in Lagos, Abuja, Port Harcourt and some other cities and I saw a deadly signal 😷🤐. Let me zip my mouth but history don’t lie. Men may have been shouting for a long time, BUT THE DAY THIER WOMEN ARISE!!!!!!!

And I see that happening. I think Nigerian women are ready to tell the leadership they don’t just belong to “THE OTHER ROOM”. They are the mother of the nation.


Women have deep seated knowledge of unforeseen events. They sniff danger when it doesn’t look it. She knows her child is in danger even if she is thousands of miles away from him or her. If her brain can’t sense the danger, any other parts can do it.

There is a Yoruba adage that says “dead mothers don’t sleep in their graves”. Wise men who carry their wives along in business transactions always end up successful.

But virtually all unclaimed monies in the Swiss banks as well as commercial banks in Nigeria is as a result of men didn’t carry their wives along not knowing death would come unexpected.


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