The work of her hands

Renee Ann Smith —  January 22, 2014 — 13 Comments

woman who fears the Lord 24

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from Proverbs 31
An excellent wife, who can find?

For her worth is far above jewels.
Strength and dignity are her clothing,
And she smiles at the future.
She opens her mouth in Wisdom
And the teaching of Kindness is on her tongue.

She extends her hand to the poor
And stretches out her hand to the needy.

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Many daughters have done nobly,
But you excel them all.
Charm is deceitful and beauty is vain,
But a woman who fears the Lord, she shall be praised.

How are you blessing those who need you today, friends?

Photo Backstory: I love this sweet tablescape from my niece’s kitchen. It’s such a warm and welcoming place!

This week I may be linking up with Miscellany Monday, WW Create with Joy, WW Catch My Words, WW That Suburban Mama, WW Ms Mystery Case, Wholehearted Home Wednesdays, Wordless Wednesday, Woman to Woman, WW Books & More, WW Mom’s Own Words, WW Stacy Uncorked, Jenny’s Wordless Wednesday, Sugar & Spice WW, Mrs. Tee WW, Mom’s Bookshelf WW, Mary Denman WW, Raising My Boys WW, Winsome Wednesday, Hope in Every Season, Wise Woman Wednesday, Works for Me Wednesday, WW @PD Mama, WW Blogspot, Imperfect Prose, WW 5 Min for Mom, A Mama’s Corner WW, My Organized Chaos WW, Whimsy Wednesday, In Him We Live, Rurality Blog Hop, Thursday Favorite Things, Thriving ThursdayLittle Things Thursday, Hearts for Home, Thoughtful Thursday, Raising Mighty Arrows, Share the Joy Thursday, Time Travel Thursday, Create It Thursday, Thrive @Home Link Up, Thought provoking Thursday, Grace at Home, Faith-filled Friday,  Fellowship Friday, Friendship Friday, Freedom Friday, Womanhood w/ Purpose Friday Link Up, Essential Friday Link-up, Still Saturday, Sunday Snapshot, Heart Reflected, Fresh-brewed Sundays, Sunday Stillness, and The Sunday Community.

Renee Ann Smith

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I teach literature in a Christian high school by day and write inspirational fiction by night. I love to share heart-touching quotes and stories here on my blog. So glad you stopped by!

13 responses to The work of her hands

  1. Seems like a wonderful place to sit and eat. I love the quote that goes along with the photo.

  2. What a beautiful reminder from God’s word of how a woman should be! Your photo goes perfectly with the both verses. Thanks for sharing with the WW clan!

  3. A most beautiful & inviting table setting. May my hands ever desire to reach out to those in need. Wonderful match of photo & Scripture.

  4. I was just reading Proverbs 31. It’s soooo good and such a good reminder and goal.

  5. Perfect! love the design and everything that is related to our Father God.

    Happy Wordless Wednesday! My entry is here .

  6. What an inviting kitchen area! Thanks for sharing at Tales of a Pee Dee Mama.

  7. That is one of my favorite verses! And, yes, it looks so inviting. Would love to have tea at a place like that.

  8. Lovely post!! Thank you!

  9. Love this translation — extend and stretch — we need to reach out. Thanks for linking up with Thought-Provoking Thursday!

  10. Lovely! Thanks for sharing at Fellowship Friday. :)

  11. Those hand-stretching opportunities are there – just waiting for us to reach out. But we have to connect, engage – live care real – doesn’t work with smoozing! Your post hit a note in me today – I had a hand-reach opportunity – so glad I took it!

  12. I found your website from the link-up on raisinghomemakers.com. I like your post – simple but encouraging!

    I would like to invite you to HomemakingHearts.com on Fridays for a brand new link-up; it would be a delight to have you join us!

    Gabriella

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