Proverbs 31 Bible Study

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Around the end of last month, MaryEllen and I began a Proverbs 31 Bible Study together. I had bought this study from Doorposts a while back and am happy we have finally begun studying it together. It is going very well. We both are learning a lot.

We take a little chunk each day to read and discuss. MaryEllen writes directly in the book while I write on a separate sheet of paper.

It takes us about a half an hour to do each portion we designate for the day.

Proverbs 31 Bible Study

Proverbs 31 Bible Study by Doorposts

I typed up the chapter of Proverbs 31 so that we could mark it up instead of our Bibles. You are welcome to download it if you like.
Proverbs 31:10-31 - KJV

The study is actually called, The Virtuous Woman, and it teaches a young lady on how to become a virtuous woman. Pam Forster, the author, also suggests, and I quote,

"Young men can study this picture as the description of the woman they seek to marry."

With this in mind, I plan on revisiting this study with Donnie in a year or two.

Exploring Proverbs 31 Bible Study

This Proverbs 31 Bible Study will answer questions such as:

  • What is the godly woman like?
  • What does she do?
  • How does she think?

Areas you and your daughter will explore are:

  • Reaching Forth to the Needy
  • Hospitality is a Commandment
  • The Law of Kindness
  • The Unkind Tongue Is Like a Sword
  • The Unkind Tongue Is Like a Fire
  • The Woman Who Is Like a Constant Dripping
  • Eating the Bread of Idleness
  • What Is the Sluggard Like?


 Proverbs 31 Resources

Proverbs 31 at Bible Gateway

Illustrating Proverbs 31:10-31

Illustrating Proverbs 31:10-31:  Illustrating the Proverbs is a great way to get their meaning across. It is also a fun way for the students to learn the Proverbs. Click here to see samples of MaryEllen's illustrations of Proverbs.





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2 thoughts on “Proverbs 31 Bible Study

  1. Kim

    What is the age of your daughter? I want to do a bible study with my daughter. She just turned 11, would this work for us?


    Kim Hill

    1. Hi Kim, MaryEllen was 12 when we worked through this study together. I think it would work great for you and your daughter. The study guides you along and it is more thought provoking than the 'fact' type Bible Studies. I think you will enjoy it.

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