10 Days of Proverbs - Day 10

Well, we’ve done it. We have spent the last 10 days looking at Proverbs 31 in light of organization/preparation. Some days I shared some practical tips, some days we did a bit more of a study, some days were meditations on things God brought to my mind using Proverbs 31 as a spring board. . . . →Read More:

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10 Days of Proverbs - Day 9

She senses that her gain is good…Prov 31:18a Anne from Shadow Wonder commented on my Day 4 post on this verse and I wanted to expand on and discuss that a little more on today’s post. As a refresher, Anne said, “I had never noticed before that scripture shows this woman actually recognizing that . . . →Read More:

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10 Days of Proverbs - Day 8

…for all her household are clothed with scarlet. Prov 31:21 I was talking to my husband about this verse and it’s interesting how this it compares with: Likewise, I want women to adorn themselves with proper clothing, modestly and discreetly, not with braided hair and gold or pearls or costly garments…1 Tim 2:9 Over . . . →Read More:

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10 Days of Proverbs – Day 7

She is not afraid of the snow for her household… Prov 31:21 We had a snow storm recently that left us with about 6 inches of snow. Now, compared to when we lived in North Dakota, that isn’t much. It did, however, close many of our businesses and send school students and staff home . . . →Read More:

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10 Days of Proverbs – Day 6

“She makes linen garments and sells them, and supplies belts to the tradesmen.” Prov 31:24I have always wanted to be a homesteader. In my single years my dream was to live in upstate Maine, teach in a one room school house, have a small plot of land with chickens, goats, sheep and a cow. . . . →Read More:

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