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I wonder if you are feeling burdened under the things we’ve talked about so far. Are you feeling like you’re not doing enough? Or you’re not doing whatever you do, good enough? Have you piled these things on top of your already bulging schedule? Please don’t do that. Remember this –

“For My yoke is easy and My burden is light.” Matt.

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She is like the merchant ships, She brings her food from afar. Proverbs 31:14

She shopped. She clipped coupons and went to the stores with the best deals. The merchant ships were a big deal in those days. They still are today, we just aren’t as aware of them. In our world, merchandise comes from the store. How it gets from there to here is of no consequence,

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I know we don’t all have the time to knit socks for every member of our family, but you know, women used to do that when they had more to do than we do. But if we did, and if we could – wouldn’t that be an awesome feeling?  To know your family’s toes are cozy because of what you did!

So many homemaking arts have been lost through the decades.

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“She seeketh wool, and flax, and worketh willingly with her hands.”

Now, this is something I can talk about! 🙂

She seeketh – this is a verb. It basically means ‘shopping’. Okay, not quite, but close. seek, seek with care, enquire, require Later, in vs. 21, we see that her household is warmly clothed (woolen garments),

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You know what struck me about ‘doing good and not evil’? If we are walking with our Lord, then this is easy. We would actually have to go out of our way to do evil. And why would we want to? I know husbands sometimes do things that make us want to leave a banana peel on the kitchen floor, but in all honestly,

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