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Proverbs 31 Bible Study

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.
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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.





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. Cynthia Albright

      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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