Proverbs 31: The Epigraph
The Wife of Noble Character….…. By LaKisha M. Johnson
A Series on being the Proverbial Woman……..The Epigraph
Proverbs 31:10-31, “The Wife of Noble Character.
Scripture Reference: 1 Cor 7:8, Ephesians 5:22 and James 1:5
As we walk out this study on the ideal proverbial woman, we as women, should take note of her attributes, she is uniquely designed for a “kingdom” mindset. She is no average woman, she doesn’t live life any kind of way, she is smart, sober, well thought out and planned. She has strategies and wisdom that can only come from above. She delights her ways in the Lord, because she knows without a doubt that He will give her every desire of her heart.
Join us over the next several days as we look at the life of the “wife of noble character. Pray and ask the Holy Spirit to show you, if you are the wife or desire to become one, how to mirror your life after her. If you are a husband or desire to have a wife, ask the Holy Spirit to show you how to cover your wife, and get in position in her life, so that you can get into position to help her be the best you can be. There are a couple of things that you I want you to know if you are not married or if you are married.
Don’t get married if your heart set on God! 1 Cor 7:8
You need to understand your role in marriage Ephesians 5:22
There is wisdom you need for marriage James 1:5
I promise this series is going to bless, and change all of our lives, as we focus on being all we need to be with a kingdom mindset….Let’s Go!
Prayer: Father I only want YOUR very best for my life. I don’t want to mediocre, or act “half-way”, I want to live in Kingdom, here on earth as it is in heaven. Make me more than a conqueror in Jesus Name. Amen
LaKisha M. Johnson is mom, author, motivational speaker, minister and teacher. She is the host of Coffee and Conversations on “facebook live” Monday-Friday at 5:00 am central standard time and Saturdays at 8:00 am central standard time. She hosts a pajama party for women, “Pillow Talk” several times throughout the year, walking them through God inspired truths, while providing a place of vulnerability and transparency to talk. To find out more information on her log on to lakishamjohnson.com and follow her on social media @justbeinglmj.