The Characteristics of a Virtuous Wife

The Life of a Wife, Mother, and Nurse

Breaking a Fast While Pregnant

FOT Family of 4 Prep Clothes, Hygiene and Medicine

Fruitful at all ages

Being a Financial Aid

Taking Women's Work to Another Level

Godliness with contentment

Freezer meal prep

Raise him up

Make ready the King's plate

Camp Uniform Prep w/Sister Haddasah

Appointed From The Beginning

Happy Husband, Happy Life

NewlyWeds - Honorable Union
What I've Learned So Far

Hibachi With Him

Issachar Princess

As Is The Mother

Issachar Date Night

Removing the Leaven
in Marriage

The Art of Being Feminine

One Flesh

Passover Decor With Meaning

First Year of Marriage

DoS Lingerie Essentials

Date Night With A King

Marital Meditations for Day of Atonement

1 Corinthians 1:10 (KJV) tells us that we are to be “perfectly joined together”. That is no easy task. If you are married, you now must combine attempting to adhere to that and many other commandments along with becoming “one flesh” (Matthew 19:6). Are you prepared for a long and often bumpy ride?!

Happy Lord, Happy Life

Titus 2:4 (KJV) tells us that we are to learn to love our husbands.  Many may think that this can be done through things purchased or by pleasure only.   We are commanded to grow old together and to become one flesh. In that consider the things our men go through on a daily bases; the stress and the cares of the world. As pillars is it not up to us to take those things away from him?  The below list is a compiled list from aged women in this truth and in marriage. Given in hopes to provide find the things to help learn to love our Lord.  Nevertheless, figure out what your Lord loves and do those things accordingly…

Keep Your Husband

Every Woman Should Read These 30 Rules for Godly Women

From A Lesbian to a Wife

Are you battling homosexuality? Psalms 19:[7]The law of the LORD is perfect, converting the soul: the testimony of the LORD is sure, making wise the simple.

I am Israelite from the tribe of Judah and I used to battle with this sin. I started to battle with it when I was 8 years old and eventually “came out” when I was 15. I never thought about change or even believed that I could change until The Most High sent a prophet to me from IUIC. He let me know that Christ was black (Revelations 1:14) and that I was an Israelite according to the curses detailed in Deuteronomy the 28th chapter.

Proverbs 31 Report Card

Words of Wisdom, Truth, Love & Sisterhood

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If you could have a conversation with any of our foremothers, who would it be? What would you ask? And why?

I would love to have a conversation with Judith. I admire her strength and wisdom. I look up to her for dealing wisely with aged men and leadership and the respect she maintained in her lifetime .

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