I’m a Princess!

Yes, you read it right. I am a princess! A daughter of the King of kings, royalty, joint heirs with Christ. I’ve got a mansion waiting for me. I wonder if it is pink? Maybe you’re a princess too – that would make us princess sisters! I am following the series It’s a Real Job and last week was about your job description. I began thinking about my roles and the tasks required to fulfill those roles

My Beautiful Calling (a.k.a. my job description):
  • Daughter of the King
  • Servant of Christ (thanks Mrs. G)
  • Wife
  • Mother
  • Keeper of My Home
  • Daughter
  • Sister
  • Friend

Tasks/Roles Involved

  • Student of the Bible
  • Testimony to Others
  • Laundress
  • Housekeeper
  • Dishwasher
  • Cook
  • Taxi Driver
  • Errand Runner
  • Grocery Shopper
  • Menu Planner
  • Receptionist
  • Baker
  • Event Coordinator
  • Groundskeeper
  • Doctor
  • Boo-boo Kisser
  • Diaper Changer
  • Listening Ear
  • Shoulder to Cry On
  • Story Reader
  • Hospitality Manager
  • Teacher
  • Counsellor
  • Song Leader
  • Playmate
  • Craft Coordinator
  • Incubator – what a blessing! (this one is compliments of my sister)
  • Correspondence Officer
  • Filer
  • Photographer
  • Steward of Resources
  • Home Decorator
  • Chief Organizer
  • Blogger

Give me some time and I could probably expand upon this list. I’m sure you could too. I agree with Brianna – it is a real job, and a big one.

It may seem to pay poorly and sometimes there are no apparent or immediate rewards. We must be faithful and persevere because each and every task done for right reasons and with the right attitude and, of course, with the right focus, has eternal benefits for us and our loved ones!

When we get overwhelmed by our huge job description (just look at it!) we need to remember that
He gave us the job in the first place. He’ll give us all we need to succeed!

One comment

  1. Wow, Jenn! That’s quite an impressive list you made. Kinda overwhelming, huh? It makes me laugh when someone asks me if I don’t get bored being at home with my children. When, pray tell, is there time to be bored?!

    But I like your first part best of all. We are His daughters. There is so much security in that. Knowing that first and foremost, I belong to the Lord.


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