She suffers for others !ut never looks flustered"ou’ll never see her fatigueShe acts like an angelThough her nerves are mangledShe mustn’t lose her mysti#ue.She earns her own bread$ike Solomon saidThough there’s no time to eat it %&ause '()*She works to earn heavenShe doesn’t seem to need it.Sleep is forbiddenShe won’t feel forgiven+f she should close her eyes,er health’s unimportantThis virtuous womanWill be a doormat for life.+ read a disturbing blog posted by some poor woman who seems tobe in bondage to the -irtuous Woman described in roverbs /0.Whenever you read any scripture1 ask 2od to help you rightly digestit for proper application 3if any4 to your own life. + #ualify thisstatement because some scriptures you wouldn’t apply to your ownlife1 like 56udas went out and hanged himself 37att.'*89b4.:. "oucould even misapply scripture to try to build a case for copying thiseample by combining it with 52o and do thou likewise 3$uke0;8/*b4.: <idiculous1 but tragic. +t’s possible for two scriptural concepts toseem to clash with one another. =ample8 +n >eut.'/8? 2odcommands ,is chosen people to forever be at enmity with certainethnic groups and not to seek their good1 because those peopledidn’t treat them right 3>eut.'/8(4. !ut later you read in the @ewTestament where 6esus teaches ,is people to love even their ownenemies and do good to those who hate them and don’t treat themright 3$uke ?8'*4. Taking the 2ospel to A$$ nations as 6esuscommanded +S doing good to them. Seemingly contradictoryconcepts are found in Scripture1 but which has the final say in yourown life Are you under $aw or under 2race>id the -irtuous Woman of roverbs /0 live under $aw or under2race
She lived under Law!
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