I LOVE the bible. Ready different bible studies, different versions of the bible and especially study bibles, I have one on marriage and this one I’m going to review and show you guys is about womanhood.
This bible is very inspirational, informative with biblical womanhood in each book of the bible. Each chapter with insightful information that will help you with your everyday walk, getting started with your own bible study and growing in your walk with the Lord.
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This was inspired by a sermon message my pastor preached on Mothers Day! I was inspired by the message and wanted to share with you guys. Below is a video on the message I’m sharing with you guys in this blog post check it out.
The book of proverbs is filled with relevant, practical, guidelines for everyday decision making as well as to living a lifestyle that’s pleasing to God. This book can help with living a life that’s wise.
Specifically I’m going to point out 3 lessons from a mom in Chapter 31 of Proverbs. In this chapter, the advice is by the mother of King Lemuel. King Lemuel, some scholars believe is King Solomon and his Mother Bathsheba is giving him advice. The name Lemuel is a nickname she gives him.
The chapter starts out by saying: A pronouncement that his mother taught him: The scripture is letting us know that this is serious what his mother is about to share with him. She spends the next 9 verses talking about things that will help him in life, characteristics to develop.
3 Lessons we can learn from a mom:
1- Make Wise Decisions. From v.2-7, she states to make wise decisions. She says how in verse 3, “Don’t spend your energy on things that will destroy you as a king.”
2- Look out for the poor or needy. From v.8-9 Look out for those that are poor. In V.8 she says how: “Speak for those that has no voice.”
3- What to look for in a wife of Noble Character. Then from v.10-31 she shares with her son characteristics of a Wife of noble character.
She talks about her:
-Her Family Commitments (v.31:11, 23,28)
-Her Household management (v.31:13-15,21,27)
-Her interest in the community (v.31:20,26)
-Her Beauty and Her gifts (v.31:22)
She is a woman that “Fears the Lord.” (v.30). Being a woman that fears the Lord is one that is set apart from the rest.