What would Mrs. Ester do? | Bishop Macedo

We don’t choose to come into the world, but we have the power to choose where we’ll spend eternity.


Bishop, my name is Camila and I am happy to say that I’ve been a member of the UCKG since 1999. I have always paid close attention to your preaching about family, marriage and children. I am married and a mother of two girls. But a while back I started to pay closer attention to your preaching and made a point of purchasing all your books and reading them quickly. Some of them I even reread. Though you don’t know me, I feel like I’ve known you for years and that you’re a part of my own family. I pay even closer attention to anything you say about your wife, Mrs. Ester. Whether in books or from the altar your words about her are sweet and affectionate and always remind me of what a great role model she is.

Women are constantly seeking role models. My mother has personality, a good character, is generous, and has many good values to be admired and followed, but in matters of faith, unfortunately I cannot follow in her footsteps.

Women of faith in the past are role models, but we live in the 21st century and I needed a female figure to admire and model my life after.

In your preaching, and even in your biography, my attention is drawn to the role of your wife, and I have found myself admiring her more and more. It is clear that behind the great man of God that you are, there is a great woman of God.

And so, I decided to adopt a very simple catchphrase that I believe was inspired by the Holy Spirit. Whenever I’m going through hard times with my husband, or we have a problem to solve, I stop and ask myself: “What would Mrs. Ester do? How would she act?”

I then get on my knees and place it in God’s hands, and show Him that I’ve chosen her as my role model. Ever since the results have been very helpful and satisfying.

How great it is to have such a great example. Thanks for sharing the virtues of an ideal woman with the people of the Church. I’ve learned so much.

God bless you.

In faith.

Camila – São Caetano do Sul / SP – Brazil

Bispo Edir Macedo
Bispo Edir Macedo

Leave your comment on this post

  • Lupe

    Great messages!

  • busitm - PE

    Thanks for sharing your experience Camila it is very true Mrs Ester we don’t hear her much but Bp speak of her convincingly what a true example stay blessed

  • ms guni,england

    Mother Ester is mother of modern day faith she has stuck in the faith when times are good and bad I salute you.

  • phoenix Bocho

    Camila im a member like you and have learnt in the church fortunatley for us who are single that a partner from God is vital if you are from God,and I speak for only mans of God,and assure you that,they only bring solutions for their wives and not problems because the Holy Spirit always guide and strengthen them for this challenging role so dont forget to pray for your husband so he may become a true man of God and most of your problems will be sorted,thank you Bishop for allowing the Holy Spirit to use you so you can guide us with wisdom and humbleness

  • Daniela Oliveira

    what this woman wrote is very true, bishop, because the woman of God in the past are dead. We need a role model today, and Mrs. Ester is our role model. Not only mines, but I’m sure to all. She is a mother to all of us, at least to me she is a second mother.

    God bless

1 2

Did you know that can also receive the messages from my blog by email? Complete the information below: