Genesis 2:21-22 (MSG) God put the Man into a deep sleep. As he slept he removed one of his ribs and replaced it with flesh. God then used the rib that he had taken from the Man to make Woman and presented her to the Man.

Last week I talked about Eve being a solution to a problem and how womankind was created with a specific purpose. (Read it here.) Today I want to touch upon two revelations that a dear mentor of mine shared with me once.

1. Both Adam and Eve had alone time with God.
2. Eve was created whole and complete.

In Genesis 2:21 God gives Adam a forced nap time. Prior to this nap  Adam had an opportunity to commune with God. One on one time. He then falls into a deep sleep, I love the imagery, it’s a deep sleep as opposed to a light sleep lest he woke up in the middle of woman’s creation.
In verses 22 God creates woman. During this formation process and until God presents the woman to Adam, they too have an opportunity for some much needed QT. I was blown away when it was presented to me this way.

I love that thought: God had alone time with Adam and Eve separately before bringing them together. Independent of each other.

This reminds me that as much as I long for a husband who will lead me and my family in chasing after God, it will always be of utmost importance that I have that same quality time with Jesus myself.

Ladies, communion with our King is key for point number 2.

Have you ever heard the expression, “God created a God sized hole in your heart that only He can fill.”? I happen to believe that to be true. I want to break the mindset that so many women have. A mentality that has been perpetuated by novels, fairy tales and movies.


I really cannot stress this point enough. Trust me as I type it I remind myself.

That second revelation that was shared with me is that woman was complete in the moment of her creation. I imagine her sitting there in Eden, feeling comfortable in her own skin, ready to be of service, confident in her ability, secure in her designer and creator.
She was COMPLETE!!! 
She wasn’t boggled down by insecurities, lack of confidence or the pressures that we face today.
My dear sisters, I have good news!
You and I were created by the same God! We too were made complete in God’s own imagine! We too can experience the confidence and wholeness that blessed Eve’s spirit. Seek your King Jesus and ask Him to fill that God shaped hole in your soul. Chase after Him with reckless abandon and watch as He heals and satisfies you.

My prayer for you:
Heavenly Father, I know the pain of feeling incomplete, of chasing after the things of this world to satisfy the depths of me that only you can quench. I pray that as you have worked in me you may also move in the hearts and minds of every woman reading this now. That she may see the importance of spending time with you to allow you a chance to refresh her spirit. I pray that she may lean into you and find her satisfaction in you. I pray that every woman reading this today may know what it is to be confident and secure in her designer and creator. I thank you in advance for how you will move in their lives. In Jesus holy name, Amen!

Memory Verse Colossians 2:10 (ERV)
Colossians 2:10a And because you belong to Christ you are complete, having everything you need.



  1. Dawn

    So true, powerful message… Many women lose themselves to false assumptions.. I did for a long time… only to fail time and time again… Until this very truth hit the very core of my being…
    Psalm 37:4
    take delight in the Lord, and he will give you the desires of your heart.

    To delight in, spend time with, be with the Lord is what will complete you… and make you ready for all other things to fall into place…..Our first love is Our Lord!


    • superstarnat

      Thank you so much for your comment and subscription!!!! I agree with you. I have also done that in previous relationships or even in identities I’ve created for myself within certain social groups. I’m grateful for reminders of God’s grace. XOXO



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