Did you have an older sister or brother that you looked up to as a child? I was the oldest sibling in my family, so I didn’t have that experience. However, I remember one of my friends had an older sister that I thought was very special. She was pretty, popular, and had lots of poise.
These days, that’s almost how I feel when I think of the virtuous woman described in Proverbs 31. Thankfully, the criteria for who I want to emulate is just a bit different now! When I study the verses describing all that she does, I want to be just like her.
I see how prepared she is, how well she takes care of her husband and children, and how efficiently she runs her household. Most of all, I read how she fears God and realize that it’s the key to it all.
She challenges me – and that’s good.
Thanks to all of you who have encouraged me in this ebook writing process! May we all grow to be more virtuous as we walk with Christ and access the power of His Holy Spirit.
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Mining the Gems of Proverbs 31: One-Word Virtues for the Christian Woman
Congratulations, Tracey ~ SO excited to read this and be challenged!
Hope you had a wonderful anniversary weekend. Hubby and I celebrate an anniversary this week! 🙂
Blessings to you and THANK you for this wonderful ebook…for free!!! ♥
Besides our early morning trip to the beach along with lunch out on Saturday, we just celebrated by going out for supper tonight. Both girls are at sleepover camp at a local church this week. (It's the first time they've both been gone from home for this long – except when John and I were traveling and they were with my parents – so this will be a different week for sure!)
Hope you have a wonderful anniversary as well!!
I can't wait to read this book! It looks like it's full of great information. Thanks for sharing it for free!
Yes!!! Congratulations on accomplishing such an important goal!!!!!