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1 Corinthians 1:9

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Have to remember this one

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Give a Mother the fruit of her hands, and let her own works praise her in the gates [of the city]!

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Charm and grace are deceptive, and beauty is vain [because it is not lasting], but a Mother who reverently and worshipfully fears the Lord, she shall be praised!

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Many daughters have done virtuously, nobly, and well [with the strength of character that is steadfast in goodness], but Mother, you excel them all.

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A Mothers children rise up and call her blessed (happy, fortunate, and to be envied); and her husband boasts of and praises her

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A Mother looks well to how things go in her household, and the bread of idleness (gossip, discontent, and self-pity) she will not eat.

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A Mother opens her mouth in skillful and godly Wisdom, and on her tongue is the law of kindness [giving counsel and instruction].

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Strength and dignity are a Mother’s clothing and her position is strong and secure; she rejoices over the future [the latter day or time to come, knowing that she and her family are in readiness for it]!

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A Mother makes fine linen garments and leads others to buy them; she delivers to the merchants girdles [or sashes that free one up for service].

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A Mother’s husband is known in the [city’s] gates, when he sits among the elders of the land.

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A Mother makes for herself coverlets, cushions, and rugs of tapestry. Her clothing is of linen, pure and fine, and of purple [such as that of which the clothing of the priests and the hallowed cloths of the temple were made].

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A Mother fears not the snow for her family, for all her household are doubly clothed in scarlet.

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A Mother opens her hand to the poor, yes, she reaches out her filled hands to the needy [whether in body, mind, or spirit].

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A Mother lays her hands to the spindle, and her hands hold the distaff.

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A Mother tastes and sees that her gain from work [with and for God] is good; her lamp goes not out, but it burns on continually through the night [of trouble, privation, or sorrow, warning away fear, doubt, and distrust].

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A Mother girds herself with strength [spiritual, mental, and physical fitness for her God-given task] and makes her arms strong and firm.

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A Mother considers a [new] field before she buys or accepts it [expanding prudently and not courting neglect of her present duties by assuming other duties]; with her savings [of time and strength] she plants fruitful vines in her vineyard.

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A Mother rises while it is yet night and gets [spiritual] food for her household and assigns her maids their tasks.

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A Mother is like the merchant ships loaded with foodstuffs; she brings her household’s food from a far [country].

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A Mother seeks out wool and flax and works with willing hands [to develop it].

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A Mother comforts, encourages, and does him only good as long as there is life within her.

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A Mother capable, intelligent, and virtuous woman—who is he who can find her? She is far more precious than jewels and her value is far above rubies or pearls.

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A Mother capable, intelligent, and virtuous woman—who is he who can find her? She is far more precious than jewels and her value is far above rubies or pearls.

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