Tag Archives: Goodness

Doing Good, Day 27

From the BHE archive:  We use the word “good” loosely in the English language. We say “good job” when someone has done a task well. We say “veggies are good for you,” because vegetables are beneficial to your health. We say “that house has a good foundation” meaning the house’s foundation is reliable and won’t …

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Only Goodness, Day 28

In February 2014, a wolf was discovered in the hallway of the hotel where Olympian Kate Hansen was staying during the Sochi Winter Olympics. The whole thing was revealed to be an elaborate prank, but it got me thinking about protecting my marriage from the “wolves in the hall.” However, wolves don’t just wander around outside …

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The Spirit-filled Wife, Day 6

Sometimes I wish there was a good wives guide to loving your husband. Meeting the world’s definition of a good wife is impossible. Proverbs 31:12 says, “She brings him good, not harm, all the days of her life.” Becoming like the good Proverbs-31-wife would be impossible too, except we have something the world doesn’t have…

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The Good Wife, Day 2

Proverbs 31:10 says, “A good woman is hard to find” (MSG). Other versions of Proverbs 31:10 use different adjectives, shedding some light on what a good woman is. The ESV and NASB says “excellent wife;” GWT uses “a wife with a strong character;” CEB says, “competent;” and the NET uses “wife of noble character.”

Let’s break down some of these terms.

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Doing Your Husband Good, Day 20

What is Good? We use the word “good” loosely in the English language. We say “good job” when someone has done a task well. We say “veggies are good for you,” because vegetables are beneficial to your health. We say “that house has a good foundation” meaning the house’s foundation is reliable and won’t crumble. …

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Does God Hate Fig Trees? Easter Challenge Monday

This post is apart of the Easter Challenge. It includes activities for tomorrow – Monday, March 25, 2013. Be sure to check out Celebrating Palm Sunday also. If you’re behind, no worries! Just pick one activity you can do with your spouse/family together.  “The next day as they were leaving Bethany, Jesus was hungry. Seeing in …

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