VIRTUOUS HOSPITALITY AND CONSIDERATION
A virtuous woman is on call at all hours from teething toddlers, hungry husbands, needy neighbors, to a sobbing sister. She must be there, offering her services by serving others with only pure motives.
Serving, always there, and certainly selfless; a virtuous woman is dependable. She makes meals ahead of time for her family, gets up before her family, and is just always there.
This virtuous woman is not a fictitious character in some Amish trilogy. This woman is depicted in Proverbs 31 as a Biblical example for women.
She is hospitable. She is a servant for others. She is selfless and puts the needs of her others before her own.
This week in Chapter 10 we read about Virtuous Hospitality and in Chapter 11 we learned about Virtuous Consideration. Please join me as we go through the study questions.