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Biblical Advice for Brothers Who Want to Find a Wife (pt. 1)
Today we move into chapter 18 of the book of Proverbs and we have a guest! She is a married to her best friend, and gets the privilege to love on their three blessings who lost their biological momma leaving her husband widowed. She loves to bring God glory through her roles as Christ-follower, Wife and Mother in that order!
She also blog about living a life of Worship through all aspects of her life at Worshipful Living. Sure, I went through a stage when I played with dolls, and would dress them up for the wedding. When God changed my direction, my heart toward marriage changed too.
Then, I wanted nothing BUT to get married. I dreamed of it, longed for it, and waited. It seemed like it would never come. Years started to trickle by, and soon, I was past my mid-twenties. Instead of focusing on finding the one, I began to focus on God.
He was worth every second of the wait — and I knew God had blessed me exceedingly, abundantly, above all I could ask or think. You see, toward the end of my wait, I stopped focusing on finding the right one, and I started focusing on being the right one. Not for a man — but for God. Tucked away toward the end of Proverbs 18, we find verse 22 which says,. Tucked into a passage that talks about humility — we find that a wife is a good thing.
Tucked into a passage that talks about a friend that sticks closer than a brother- we find that a wife is a good thing. I think the answer is found in the verses surrounding verse They need us to know when to share our opinions and when to keep them to ourselves. My tongue gets me in more trouble than anything else. The main key to keeping it in line for me, is watching what I allow to go in my ears.
What we put in our ears will come out of our mouth. So, guard your ears, and you will guard your tongue. To be able to place ourselves under their leadership, and trust them as they follow the Lord. If your husband is not a believer , trust that God will protect and guide your family and use your humility as an opportunity to share the love of Christ with your husband. The day we got married, we left our father and mother to cleave to our husband.
They need to know we have their back. We can do this by always speaking well of our husband to others and by being their biggest fan, cheerleader and prayer warrior. May we be the blessing God intended us to be. Are you married? None of us are a perfect wife. We all make mistakes. In what ways do you guard your words so your husband is protected and honored?
I feel that in certain circles I am not only my husbands best friend and cheerleader, but also his shield. This is something I am working to overcome. I want to always speak well of this man… If anyone in this world loves him half as much as God, I should be that one. If anyone is his number one fan it should be me. Samantha, I totally understand that. It is hard to always come to their defense, and it does take work, but I know that the Lord blesses it- and it encourages your husband!
I love the way that you said you are his shield — that is a perfect analogy. I also tend to think sometimes I am a filter as well. There are times when I defend him- and then tell him about things that have been said if it is necessary — I can filter those things to him in a way he can relate to easier without it coming across as hurtful.
Thank you so much for posting this. It really was like some one speaking my current situation. My husband is often misunderstood but his effort and motive come from a good place.
I then have to repent and apologize because at times his ideas pan for our betterment. This really encouraged me Thank You! I love this! I am married as well and I have always set my mind to only speak respectfully about my husband.
And even though the counsel of close friends is wonderful some things are meant to be kept just between my husband and I and God! I feel that protecting his privacy is also an important aspect of respecting him. Yes, it can be hardest with our closest friends. I know the Lord blesses us when we choose to stand by our husbands! Blessings to you! I am in a marriage and with that marriage comes responsibility, specifically noted in the Bible.
God is continuing to bless. Jackie, praise God that you were open to HIS direction and correction in your life! This the way I have growing. A painful situation several years back to place that broke a relationship with my sister in law. For sure, our children are watching. I do know that they will respond to Daddy the way I do and vice versa!
Dear Mandy, thank you very much for this post! More love and joy for your family!!! Anya, I was hoping that I could relate to the unmarried woman as well. Those years were hard for me -I kept feeling like there was something wrong with me, or that I was living in sin. However, I now know God used my wait — and that it was for His purpose! Praying for you as you become the one God wants you to be — for His glory and purpose!
My husband is wonderful and we both strive to keep God the center of our marriage. I can be a better wife. My prayer is that I do become the helpmate God created me to be. This study of Proverbs is helping so much and after I read it on my own I read it to my husband and we discuss what stands out to us.
We are both quicker to realize when our younger is running off. My tongue gets me into more trouble then I care to admit! It is a continual battle — and something me and the Lord are constantly working on.
I love that you and your husband are reading Proverbs together! I believe spending time in the Word of God together grows your relationship toward God, while pulling you closer together! Prayers for you as you make this transition of life! Thank you for the great article! I love how you tie in the relevance of the verses surrounding!
I have a hard time doing that a lot with Proverbs! I have been married only a little over two years now but your words ring true! More than anything I know my husband needs me to be his words of encouragement! What I have found strengthening in my marriage is to daily pray for my husband and to daily pray for my heart to see my husband as God does! This prayer has made so many transformation in my struggle to fight disappointment and negativity. When my heart sees him as God does I am able to pray more specifically for him, encourage him with the right words, and have a pure heart that wont spew out impurities amongst others!
Thank you Mandy! I am only coming up on my third wedding anniversary as well! I find that the more I pray for Him, the more the Lord changes me — and helps me to remember that my fulfillment is not in my husband, but in the Lord. I have learned the hard way!
Proverbs can be hard to tie together — but I think that if we look closely, we can find that wisdom is the theme and the answer! What great advice you give from this chapter.
I continue to pray for him and lately, he has actually been listening to some scripture and a teaching class on TV. I will share that I also had a son that needed much prayer, and it took years and Praise Jesus three years ago he became born again and is such a new man.
A real miracle in the flesh. I enjoyed your guest post very much and your words were a blessing. Thank you. Bless your heart and your family. Continue to use Paebea, as you have, as a testimony of your grace and love.
In Jesus name, Amen.
He Who Finds A Wife
Church and ministry leadership resources to better equip, train and provide ideas for today's church and ministry leaders, like you. God said it was not good for man to be alone. He created a companion for him that would live life by his side.
What does the Bible say about? He who finds a wife finds a good thing and obtains favor from the Lord. Let marriage be held in honor among all, and let the marriage bed be undefiled, for God will judge the sexually immoral and adulterous. An excellent wife is the crown of her husband, but she who brings shame is like rottenness in his bones. Older women likewise are to be reverent in behavior, not slanderers or slaves to much wine.
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You may have heard of that popular scripture before. I won't use this space to draft a sermon on the matter, but instead to inspire the women who may have forgotten how powerful their influence is. The women who may have grown tired of waiting. The women who may have forgotten that the weight of their crown won't ever be too heavy for the right man. What I find most often is that we want to be found so bad that we indirectly do the looking. We go to the parties, cookouts and community meetings to be found. We attempt to position ourselves in the paths of men we think would be good for us. We prop our booties on bar stools or church pews and bat our eyelashes to the handsome guy across the room, hoping that he'll receive us as positively as we'd like to receive him.
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Proverbs Drink waters out of thine own cistern, and running waters out of thine own well. Proverbs A virtuous woman is a crown to her husband: but she that maketh ashamed is as rottenness in his bones. Proverbs So shalt thou find favour and good understanding in the sight of God and man. Aramaic Bible in Plain English He that finds a wife finds a good thing, and receives the will of Lord Jehovah, and he that puts away a good wife puts away good from his house.
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Trying to control her is like holding a scorpion. If you don't, she'll take advantage of any chance she gets. Such restraint is admirable beyond words. Fortunate is the husband of a good wife, because he will live twice as long.
And the Bible has a lot of great instructions for husbands and wives alike. Throughout the Bible God stresses that a good wife is a gift to her husband, but also that she can be a rarity in the world. So instead of trying to be another diamond, strive to be a rare ruby who stands out as a woman who loves and fears the Lord. Biblical love is not the same as worldly love. Worldly love is determined by feelings and circumstances. It is easily fired up or burned out depending on your emotions.
Bible Verses About Being a Good Wife
Today we move into chapter 18 of the book of Proverbs and we have a guest! She is a married to her best friend, and gets the privilege to love on their three blessings who lost their biological momma leaving her husband widowed. She loves to bring God glory through her roles as Christ-follower, Wife and Mother in that order! She also blog about living a life of Worship through all aspects of her life at Worshipful Living. Sure, I went through a stage when I played with dolls, and would dress them up for the wedding. When God changed my direction, my heart toward marriage changed too.
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