The book of Proverbs has a lot to say about wisdom and foolishness, about righteousness and wickedness. It is easy to read these proverbs and remove ourselves from the idea of being the foolish person mentioned in many of them-to subconsciously think that that does not relate to us/me. I had done this for years. Then one time I read Proverbs 14:1 "The wise woman builds her house, but with her own hands the foolish one tears hers down." I felt like a bucket of cold water had been thrown on me, when I sensed God telling me that I was the foolish woman spoken of! I had said some words and done some things that were destructive to my family, and God was telling me that I was acting like a foolish woman.
We single christian moms marriage should be serving our Lord Jesus Christ in doing good works. It is written in Ephesians 2:10, "For we are His workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand that we should walk in them" (Thomas Nelson, NKJV). Why not seek the Lord in prayer for Him to lead you to your good works?
If a woman conceives, and bears a MALE CHILD, then she shall be unclean seven days.. But if she bears a FEMALE CHILD then she shall be unclean two weeks.
But stepping away from the issue of the Bible's literal justification for murdering 'witches,' let us take a look at basic morality. Isn't it just plain wrong to persecute someone for being a woman and doing something as innocuous as fortune telling, exercising freedom of religion, researching ancient mysteries, or just so happening to be at the wrong place at the wrong time -- near a crop failure or a traffic accident, for example? The Bible itself says "Thou Shalt Not Kill," "Love thy enemies," "Judge not lest you be judged." But we need not just go to the Bible to find morality. It is a universal imperative to "do to others as you would have done to you." And it is generally known that murdering people, for any reason, is a heinous act.
With so much negativity out there about the black woman and how much of a struggle it is to find a mate, it's no wonder so many black women are discouraged. I beg you not to give an ear to all the negative reports and distortions. The Lord is able to continue to do a great work in you, while preparing you for love, teaching you how to receive it, and giving you the ability to accept it and grow in it with your husband.