Ajala Samuel Akindele

Rookie - 236 Points (27 09 1997 / osun state)

Women Of Overflowing Virtue - Poem by Ajala Samuel Akindele

Women of overflowing virtue;
They are of dignity
They are trustworthy
They are righteous
They are of freedom
They possess the spirit of God
And live like "Mary"

Women of overflowing virtue;
They serve God with their
own heart, mind and soul.

Women of overflowing virtue;
They respects their husbands
and does them good in all
the days of their life.

Women of overflowing virtue;
They bring up their children
in the ways of their father in
heaven and they nurture
their children with the love of
Christ, discipline them with care,
wisdom and "Train them in the
way they should go, so that
when they are old,
They will not depart from it".

Women of overflowing virtue;
They care for their body,
they prepares healthy food
for their family.

Women of overflowing virtue;
She serves her husband, family,
friends and neighbours with a
gentle loving spirit.



Women of overflowing virtue;
She seeks her husband's approval
before making purchases and
spends money wisely.

Women of overflowing virtue;
They work willingly with their
hands.
They sing praises to God and
they never grumble while
completing their tasks.

Women of overflowing virtue;
They create an inviting atmosphere
of warmth and love for their guest
and family.

Women of overflowing virtue;
They use their time wisely, they
Work diligently to minister to
those around them.

Women of overflowing virtue;
They are worthy and beautify
Possessing the inner beauty that
Comes from Christ only.

The world of women is not
about being "Perfect" it's
about living life with purpose,
diligence, forgiveness and repentance.


Poet's Notes about The Poem

This poem is emerge on Proverb31 about women

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, May 31, 2014



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