A Crown to Her Husband, Prov 12:4

A Crown to Her Husband Prov. 12:4 CLICK TITLE FOR AUDIO In Esther, we find a woman who became a queen and, likewise, a crown to her husband.  As Proverbs 12:4 says, a virtuous woman is a crown to her husband.  Virtuous means she is morally excellent, chaste and pure.  Her...

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Thank God For Your Wife, Prov 19:14

Thank God For Our Wives Prov. 19:14 CLICK TITLE FOR AUDIO If you have a prudent wife you ought to thank God for your wife because she came from the Lord according to Prov 19:14. Now, your wife may not have been a perfect fit for you when you first...

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Rottenness Prov.12:4

Rottenness Prov.12:4 CLICK TITLE FOR AUDIO There are several things that will cause rottenness in the Bible.  Rottenness is caused by: A Bad Wife – Prov 12:4 – don’t be bad wife and don’t choose a bad wife.  She makes her husband ashamed.  There is a greater problem here.  The church...

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Likewise, Ye Husbands, 1 Pet 3:7

In the latter part of 1 Pet 2, Peter exhorted servants to be subject to their masters whether they are good or forward.  In 1 Pet 3:1-6, he exhorted wives to be subject to their husbands even when they are being disobedient to the words of God.  In 1 Pet...

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You Are To Rule, Gen 3:16

The Bible shows you that you have some areas of your life over which you must rule.  God has set up everything in the universe under rule.  God rules over the kingdoms of men [Dan 4:32].  The sun and the moon rule the day and night [Gen 1:16].  Rulers rule...

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A Virtuous Woman, Prov 31:10-31

A virtuous woman is known by: The excellence of her character – Prov 31:10, 29 – she is virtuous and, therefore, her price is far above rubies.  According to gemsociety.org “Rubies are the most valuable members of the corundum family. Large gem-quality rubies can be more valuable than comparably sized...

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They Quit Relying Upon God 2 Chr 16:7

They Quit Relying Upon God 2 Chr. 16: 7  CLICK TITLE FOR AUDIO One of the most tragic things you find when reading the chronicles of the kings of Judah is that they quit relying on God.  Many of them started out very humbly relying upon the Lord.  But toward...

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