Have you ever noticed how many people do not keep their word anymore?
How often have you been left waiting for someone who never showed up? Or returned a phone call?
It can extremely frustrating , heartbreaking, and sad when you initially believe what somebody has told you, but then you find out that they are not telling the truth.
Their words are empty. Their promises are empty. You don’t believe what they have to say. You eventually stop trusting them.
These are the many women and men that are lacking in integrity. Integrity is a virtue. A virtue is behavior showing high moral standards.
As Christian’s we are called to the hold the highest moral standards. We are to have excellent virtues, be chartible, be kind, be understanding, and to be unselfish in our journey’s of faith.
The Bible should always be our first resource to go to for Christian living. The Bible is the blueprint for our lives. It has been called life’s instrution manual because it contains everything we need to walk in strong faith and become wise.
Yet, there are times when you are blessed to stumble upon other helpful resources to assist you in the quest for Christian living. Through the myriads of false teachings and Christian mumbo jumbo for Biblical Womanhood, it is a blessing when you find something that speaks the truth and is based on Scripture.
For me it was the book, LIVING VIRTUOUSLY: A WIFE”S GUIDE TO KEEPING HER HEART AND HOME by Erin Harrison. This book is a must have for keepers of the home who looking for more material or resources to encourage and educate on Biblical Womanhood and Christian homemaking.
Erin Harrison, in her book, Living Virituously: A Wife’s Complete Guide to Keeping Her Heart and Home teaches and encourages women to lead a virtuous life, one that is more precious than rubies.
In Proverbs 31:10b states, “Who can find a viruous woman? For her price is far above rubies.”
There is a lot of emphasis placed on being virtuous in the BIble and I would like you to join me as we learn how to live a virtuous life, how to keep our heart and home, and how to continue on our walk into Biblical Womanhood and Christian homemaking.
Please join me as we go chapter-by-chapter through this book. You will find questions to answer after you read each chapter, along with deeper probing questions to get you thinking.
Below you can click on the link to download the study questions and print.
I pray that you are as encouraged as I was when I read this book.
Stephanie, Training Keepers of the Home