We are an organization that serves Women and their families through our Teaching, Intercessory Prayers, Missions and Outreach ministries.

Statement of Faith

We believe in:

1. The Holy Trinity, God the Father, God the Son, and the person of the Holy Spirit as one. 1 John 5:7

2. Baptism of the Holy Spirit with the evidence of speaking in tongues. Acts 1:5

3. New testament biblical practices of the Holy communion, washing of the feet, sprinkling of the Blood. John 13:3-8, Acts 19:11-12, John 13:3-8.

4. The manifestation of God's power through signs and wonders, Luke 9:1, 1 Corin 2:4, Isaiah 8:18.

5. The deity of our Lord Jesus Christ, the virgin birth, His sinless life, His miracles, His atoning death through his shed blood, His bodily resurrection, His ascension to the right hand of God, the Father and in His personal return to earth in power and glory.

6. The Infallibility of the Holy Scriptures, the Bible as the final authority in all matters of doctrine, conducts relative to daily living.

7. The administration of spiritual gifts led by the Spirit for the edification of the church of God. 1 Corinthians 12:4-7

8. The personal return of Jesus Christ, the eternal damnation in a literal hell for the wicked and everlasting life with the living God for the righteous.

"Sing and rejoice, O daughter of Zion, for behold i come and I will dwell in your midst, declare the Lord" Zechariah 2:10.

DOZme Women's International Fellowship

Are you needing encouragement or prayers? We have a group of prayer warriors "WHEN WOMEN PRAY" who meet daily to intercede on behalf of the Body of Christ. The Lord of Glory is always in our midst to hear and answer. These women of faith are ready to pray along with you and offer encouragement. If interested in prayers or requesting more information , please email us @ dozmeinternational@gmail.com

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Becoming One

"Therefore a man shall leave his father and his mother and shall become united and cleave to his wife, and they shall become one flesh. (Amplified version)  Gen 2:24
By Joyce Meyer

The minute two people marry, they are legally joined together.  Experientally, though, they do not immediately "become one" when they say, "I do"; they simply begin the process of becoming one (Genesis 2:24).  As the process works itself out, each partner should hold marriage in honor and esteem the relationship as worthy and precious.  They should treat each other as being very valuable.

Note in Genesis 2:24 a three-step progression that demonstrates how to become one: (1) Leave. Sometimes a wife clings excessively to her mother and mother's opinions about what  she ought to do, or a husband runs to his father for advice. when the couple should be trusting and leaning on each other.  If two people are married but have not left home (both physically and mentally), they need to do so.  (2) Cleave.  In practical terms, the word cleave means to stick to each other like glue.  (3) Become one. Becoming one means the complete union of body, soul and spirit-and again, this takes time.

If both people in a marriage relationship are born again, then the spiritual union is in place.  The most difficult part of the "becoming one" process is usually the uniting of two souls- the joining of two minds, wills, and sets of emotions.  Most marital problems in the arena of the soul result from strife over lack of communication, sexual misunderstanding, money, goals, and the disciplining of children.  All of these things need to be worked out in the soulish realm of the marriage union, and in order to become one in that area, a husband and a wife need to give their issues to God and say, " Father, change my mind or my will if I'm wrong. " God is the One who will bring them into agreement with His will and purpose.  If each partner is willing to be brought into agreement with the other, they no longer try to force each other to be someone they are not, but realize they need each other to be exactly who God created them to be.  They no longer pick on each other's weaknesses.  Instead, they partake of their strengths, they enjoy one another, and they enjoy the process of becoming one.

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