~Proverbs 31 Wife~

As I have told many, I speak many times a day, while driving especially, that the ow is as bitter as wormwood, a two edged sword, she strays off the paths of life and knows it not, she is loud and ignorant and her feet never stay at home. Her paths lead to death, all the things God says the adulteress is, and I usually end it with but I am far more precious then rubies in my husband eyes. God is clear about what an adulteress is, and He is also clear about what a good wife is. And when we speak Gods word, it manifests in the physical world because His word never returns to Him void, it accomplishes the purposes for which it was sent, and therefore it becomes reality. Below are some words by God that state what you are. Speak them and you will become them to your spouse. Better yet, you will truly become them because you are declaring you are all these things and so you shall be. Just as we want the ow to be what God says she is so our spouses will come to loath them and get away from them, we also want to be that rubie in his eyes so he will be drawn to us.


I am a capable, intelligent, and virtuous woman.I am far more precious than jewels.

My value is far above rubies or pearls.

My husband trusts in me confidently so that he has no lack of gain.

I comfort, encourage and do my husband only good all the days of my life.

I focus on the good in everything.

I work with willing hands, sowing and cultivating my seed. (verse 13)

I do whatever it takes.

I go the distance.

I obtain spiritual food for my household no matter what it costs anddelegate tasks.

I do business wisely and carefully, expending my life prudently without neglecting my present responsibilities.
(verse 16)

I gird myself with strength spiritually, mentally and physically so that

I may accomplish my God given tasks today.
(verse 17)

I taste and see that the gain from my work with and for God is good. (verse 1 My lamp does not go out, but burns on continually through the night (of trouble privation and sorrow), warning away fear doubt and distrust.

I make my arms strong and firm, I grab hold of the plow and do not turn back nor look back. Whatever I put my hands to prospers.
(verse 17, 19)

I open my filled hands to the poor and needy whether it be in body, mind or spirit.
(verse 20)

I fear not the cold snow for my family, for all of my household are doubly clothed in scarlet. We have a double portion of God's goodness and we are covered by the blood of Jesus.

I use my hands to create a beautiful atmosphere in my home.
(verse 22)

I am clothed with righteousness and royalty. My husband has a good strong reputation and sits among the influencers in our city.

I am the righteousness of God. My mind thinks righteous thoughts and therefore,

I produce acts of righteousness and lead others to them as well. My anointing helps relieve others of their burdens so that they may serve God whole-heartedly.
(verse 24)

Strength and dignity are my clothing and my position is strong and secure. (I am crowned with beauty and compassion).
(verse 25)

I smile at the future knowing that my family and I are ready for it.

I open my mouth in skillful and godly wisdom (confessing God's Word consistently).

The law of kindness is on my tongue.

I look well to how things go in my household. I am not ignorant, thoughtless or foolish but I understand the will of God.

I do not eat the bread of idleness, gossip, discontent and self-pity. Charm is deceitful and beauty is vain but I am a woman who fears the Lord and I shall be praised.
(verse 30)

I will enjoy the fruit of my hands and my works will bring me honor in the gates of the city.

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