10 Virtues of the Proverbs 31 Woman

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The Proverbs 31 Woman Today

Here at A Virtuous Woman, I want to encourage women to serve God in every aspect of their lives. Being a Proverbs 31 woman is not about being “perfect.” It’s about living life with purpose, diligence, forgiveness, and repentance.

Often women believe that Proverbs 31 doesn’t really apply to our modern lives. Here at A Virtuous Woman, we believe that God’s Word stands the test of time. I wrote the 10 Virtues of the Proverbs 31 Woman as the mission statement for A Virtuous Woman, but soon realized that it was more than a mission statement. The 10 Virtues of the Proverbs 31 Woman demonstrates how, as Christian women today, we can all be Proverbs 31 Women.

The 10 Virtues of the Proverbs 31 Woman

You can download the 10 Virtues of the Proverbs 31 Woman here. Perfect to frame (8″ x 10″) or place in your Household Notebook.

1. Faith – A Virtuous Woman serves God with all of her heart, mind, and soul. She seeks His will for her life and follows His ways. (Proverbs 31: 26, Proverbs 31: 29 – 31, Matthew 22: 37, John 14: 15, Psalm 119: 15

2. Marriage – A Virtuous Woman respects her husband. She does him good all the days of her life. She is trustworthy and a helpmeet. (Proverbs 31: 11- 12, Proverbs 31: 23, Proverbs 31: 28, 1 Peter 3, Ephesians 5, Genesis2: 18)

3.  Mothering – A Virtuous Woman teaches her children the ways of her Father in heaven. She nurtures her children with the love of Christ, disciplines them with care and wisdom, and trains them in the way they should go. (Proverbs 31: 28, Proverbs 31: 26, Proverbs 22: 6, Deuteronomy 6, Luke 18: 16)

4. Health – A Virtuous Woman cares for her body. She prepares healthy food for her family. (Proverbs 31: 14 – 15, Proverbs 31: 17, 1 Corinthians 6: 19, Genesis 1: 29, Daniel 1, Leviticus 11)

5. Service – A Virtuous Woman serves her husband, her family, her friends, and her neighbors with a gentle and loving spirit. She is charitable. (Proverbs 31: 12, Proverbs 31: 15, Proverbs 31: 20, 1 Corinthians 13: 13)

6. Finances – A Virtuous Woman seeks her husband’s approval before making purchases and spends money wisely. She is careful to purchase quality items which her family needs. (Proverbs 31: 14, Proverbs 31: 16, Proverbs 31: 18, 1 Timothy 6: 10, Ephesians 5: 23, Deuteronomy 14: 22, Numbers 18: 26)

7.  Industry – A Virtuous Woman works willingly with her hands. She sings praises to God and does not grumble while completing her tasks. (Proverbs 31: 13, Proverbs 31: 16, Proverbs 31: 24, Proverbs 31: 31, Philippians 2: 14)

8. Homemaking – A Virtuous Woman is a homemaker. She creates an inviting atmosphere of warmth and love for her family and guests. She uses hospitality to minister to those around her. (Proverbs 31: 15, Proverbs 31: 20 – 22, Proverbs 31: 27, Titus 2: 5, 1 Peter 4: 9, Hebrews 13: 2)

9. Time – A Virtuous Woman uses her time wisely. She works diligently to complete her daily tasks. She does not spend time dwelling on those things that do not please the Lord. (Proverbs 31: 13, Proverbs 31: 19, Proverbs 31: 27, Ecclesiastes 3, Proverbs 16: 9, Philippians 4:8 )

10. Beauty – A Virtuous Woman is a woman of worth and beauty. She has the inner beauty that only comes from Christ. She uses her creativity and sense of style to create beauty in her life and the lives of her loved ones. (Proverbs 31: 10Proverbs 31: 21 – 22, Proverbs 31: 24 -25, Isaiah 61: 10, 1 Timothy 2: 9, 1 Peter 3: 1 – 6)

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    Rebecca says:

    Melissa I am teaching a small group of young ladies at my church during an Enrichment Seminar and was wondering if I could have your permission to copy and distribute your 10 Virtues as a hand out.It is a small class of less than 10 girls. Thank you in Advance.

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    BRITNI says:

    Melissa thank you so much for this site, I am so glad I came across your site at my time of need. Me and my husband are going through some very trying time. We are both being pulled in so many directions and I have found myself looking at the man and not the God in the man. Which has caused me to fall from my up holding my Godly duties and dishonoring my husband . I to homeschool our children and work from home for myself as well as for my husband. I believe this site will be very helpful to me and my family.

    Thank You

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    Cynthia brown says:

    Hi Melissa, I want to thank you for this site. I’m partnering with one of my Sister churches and we are having a Proverb 31 Women believing in GOD service. I’m wondering if I could have your permission to copy and distribute your 10 Virtues as a handout. I know the Women will be blessed as I was by this information. Thanks

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      Hi Cynthia, you are welcome to share the 10 Virtues as long as you credit myself {Melissa Ringstaff} and avirtuouswoman.org – thanks so much! I hope your ladies are inspired!

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    Andrea Petry says:

    Hi Melissa, I really love the way you broke down the 10 virtues of a woman. I was wondering if I could use that for a workshop I will be leading in Kenya this August? If yes, I will make sure your name is listed as a source and the website is also there.

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    Gwendolyn Gaines says:

    Hello Melissa, I’m teaching on the Virtuous Woman and found your website I’d like to ask permission to print a few copies for our Women’s Meeting on May 19th,2015.I will give credit to you it’s worded beautifully the website has so much info.Thank you and God Bless..

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    Gwendolyn Gaines says:

    Hi Melissa,Thank you so much for allowing me to use the prints on your it’s beautiful.Blessings Gwendolyn

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    patricia okafor says:

    hi melissa,
    I’m preparing a teaching on the Virtuous Woman and found your website I’d like to ask permission to print a few copies for our Women’s Meeting on july26th,2015.I will give credit to you.Thank you and God Bless..

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    Hi Melissa,
    I too am a busy mom, 4 kids 7 years and under. My struggle is respecting my husband in my heart. He isn’t healthy, and I think a lot of it is a heart issue. I am left holding almost everything. The mothering and homemaker I can do, even handling the money. But, when I have to figure out how I can pay the bills because he didn’t make it into work again (most of the time due to health), spread my mama bird wings because he is being a mean old grouch or ask for help only to get the negative reaction I thought I would get… well it leaves me weary. I try hard to the woman God wants me to be – but do I have to relate so well to Hosea? Just wondering if you had thoughts on how to be the Proverbs 31 woman when the husband isn’t a Proverbs 31 man yet?

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    Hi, I have a prayer group and would like to share this information to the group giving credit to you on the hand out and to your website. Would that be ok?

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