Proverbs 31: Who Can Find a Virtuous Woman is a Daily Bible Reading Study of Proverbs 31 by Deborah H. Bateman. Proverbs 31 is thought to be a letter from Bathsheba to King Solomon, who is called King Lemuel in this Scripture.
In Proverbs 31: Who Can Find a Virtuous Woman Bible Study we consider all the things women do and where they can find strength and wisdom for their lives. This is a six lesson Bible study that would be great for individual or for a group Bible study.
In this Bible study, you will learn what it means to be a virtuous woman and how we can honor God through our service to our families, our community, and to God.
For those of you interested in Bible journaling or Scripture memorization the author suggests a Bible verse from each lesson that you can use. This will be a great reminder of the lessons you learn as you read and study this book.
Deborah H. Bateman is an Author, publisher, blogger and website designer. She is the founder of Christian Daily Resources, a Christian online ministry dedicated to “Sharing God’s Word.” Deborah was born and raised in South Carolina, where she still resides with her husband. She has two beautiful daughters and five precious grandchildren. Besides writing and publishing books, Deborah enjoys cooking, interior decorating, and crafts.
Deborah is the author of the books in the Daily Bible Reading Series. They are:
“The Book of Ruth: A Story of Love and Redemption”
“The Book of Esther: A Story of Love and Favor”
“Beatitudes: How to Live a Blessed Life”
“Finding Our Identity in Christ”
“The Book of Ezra: A Story of Provision and Protection”
“Psalm 119: Thy Word is a Lamp unto My Feet”
“PURIM Celebration: 28 Daily Devotionals”
“God Is Love”
“The Book of Matthew: Life of Jesus Christ”
“Proverbs 31: Who Can find a Virtuous Woman”
“The Book of 1 Timothy: Paul’s First Letter to Timothy”
“The Book of 2 Timothy: Paul’s Second Letter to Timothy”
“The Book of Titus: Paul’s Letter to Titus”
“The Book of Philemon: Paul’s Letter to Philemon”
“The Book of Galatians: Paul’s Letter to the Churches of Galatia”
“The Book of Ephesians: Paul’s Letter to the Church at Ephesus”
“The Book of Philippians: Paul’s Letter to Philippi”
“The Book of Colossians: Paul’s Letter to Colosse”
“The Book of 1 Thessalonians: Paul’s First Letter to the Thessalonians”
“The Book of 2 Thessalonians: Paul’s Second Letter to the Thessalonians”
“The Book of Nehemiah: A Story of Dedication and Determination”
“The Book of Zechariah: A Story of Dreams and Visions”
“The Book of Malachi: A Message from the LORD”
“The Book of Haggai: Consider Your Ways”
“The Book of Psalms: Part 1 Chapters 1-30”
“The Book of Psalms: Part 2 Chapters 31-60”
“The Book of Psalms: Part 3 Chapters 61-90”
“The Book of Psalms: Part 4 Chapters 91-118”
“The Book of Psalms: Part 5 Chapters 120-150”
“The Book of 1 Samuel: Prophets, Priests, and Kings”
“Christians Response to Government”
She has also published one book about self-publishing. It is called
“Self-Publishing Simplified: How to Publish a Book on Kindle”
Deborah’s Daily Bible Reading blog has been moved to her author site at http://DeborahHBateman.com/blog. She is also the author of Bible Verse Tweet blog where she shares daily Bible studies and Bible verses at http://bibleversetweet.com You can check out her website at http://ChristianDailyResources.com. Deborah enjoys “Sharing God’s Word” and empowering others to share their message.
Check out Deborah’s author site at http://DeborahHBateman.com/. Deborah has a blog on her author site where she shares Daily Bible Reading and some self-publishing tips, digital publishing tips, indie publishing tips, book marketing tips, writing tips, and social media tips check it out at http://DeborahHBateman.com/blog.
For fun Deborah also has a blog called Recipe for Life where she shares her family favorite recipes. She hopes one day to publish a recipe book from the site. In the mean time, check it out at http://deborah-bateman.blogspot.com.