But in verse 29 the second person pronoun is used for the first time:
Not only does this speak of her kindness to those working under her, but it also indicates that she demanded of others only what she herself was willing to do.
She loves the poor, not in word or in tongue only, but also in deed and in truth 1 John 3:
The idea of the verse is simply this:
This word "belt" is used in 2 Samuel
The word "virtuously" is the same word as found in verse "Who can find a virtuous woman?
They go on shopping sprees or incur immense credit card debt or waste countless hours each week engaged in unproductive activities television, etc.
A previous state of innocence is envisaged in which the first man and woman "were both naked
These were Phoenician traders, according to the meaning of the Hebrew word.
We are reminded that under the Old Testament economy, the Israelites who honored and feared the Lord were promised not only spiritual blessings but also material blessings, and certainly the woman described in Proverbs 31 had both.