Proverbs 31: Woman of Warfare

Proverbs 31: Woman of Warfare

All credit goes to Stella Payton who wrote this article on her website. I thought was the most perfect explanation of Chayil: The CHAYIL WOMAN comes from Proverbs 31:10. Few people realize that the word “VIRTUOUS” is translated from the Hebrew word “CHAYIL”. To the King James Translators, the word virtue was emphasized for good … Read More

Proverbs 31: It’s So Much More Than We Think

Proverbs 31: It’s So Much More Than We Think

The more I study Proverbs 31, the more I discover and the more I realise how little I had known before. It is truly a chapter filled with hidden treasures that we miss when we take this scripture at surface level. “Surface level”, meaning that the majority of women – myself included – first read … Read More

Traditional Womanhood vs Biblical Womanhood

Traditional Womanhood vs Biblical Womanhood

Traditional womanhood encourages beliefs or principles that have been passed down from generation to generation that are not necessarily bad, but not necessarily biblical either. Biblical womanhood encourages a lifestyle that is rooted in faith and glorifies God. When we think of it in this way it’s easy to understand, but we often confuse one … Read More