Saturday, February 1, 2014

Every Lady Can Become A Queen...

 

It is our children that are to rise up and call us blessed!
"Her Children arise and called her blessed"

Yet, you may just be in the early years of child training,

Or maybe you have not yet begun this amazing journey.

Or, you may be in the years of enjoying the fruit of your labors.
Anyone who has visited me before, knows that this is where I am in
My journey of being a Godly Woman, Wife, Mother and Grandmother.

Yet. I am still learning and growing, as we all should be doing!

Every Lady can and should pursue becoming;
The Queen of HER Home!

Every Home becomes a castle, when the Lady of the home knows how,
To manage her Home!

It does not matter the size of your home or if it is a rented place.
 It is where you live!
Home is where your Heart is...
Is your heart Home?
Maybe the Lord has been wooing you to come home;
The luring of the world and stuff has lost its luster.

One of the most wonderful challenges and callings of being a woman is in how,
We can help our Husbands to keep falling in love with us!


 I found this precious book many years back, and I so enjoyed it.
I believe in becoming that Queen of our Homes,

We must have the continual element of Love...

Love is not what we see in the movies, even though it can be portrayed quite well.
But rather a daily lifting and walking and a steadfastness that only,
A woman who has purposed in her heart too
 Love, honor and respect her Husband.

Firstly, my heart goes out to many women who have lost their husbands.
Or who have been divorced by their husbands.
I pray God will either restore your marriages or you will have
An extra portion of grace to still be the Queen of your Home.

But, we can and must treat our Husbands with Love and Honor!

Oh, and do not forget the meals prepared for HIM!



13 comments:

  1. Your vintage book title looks so intriguing.

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  2. I bet that book has some great advice! We think we are so much different than women in the past, but when you take away all the stuff and glitter, our hearts crave the same things as theirs did. Our husbands still need respect and love.

    I want to encourage you to keep giving us advice on being Godly homemakers. I think God is really going to use you and it!

    xoxo

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  3. Absolutely gorgeous, I love your style and all the projects you do. Thank you again for your inspiration, because of you I have a beautiful coffee table too! Happy New Year and I look forward to more inspiring posts in 2014.Bedroom Designs

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  4. Your words have inspired me yet again Roxy! Your gifting and talents that the Lord has given you, are so lovely and encouraging to women! When I read your blog, I feel as though I am there with you at your home. When I would visit your home, I always left with inspiration, joy, and anticipation to be a women and to do it beautifully. I am so thankful to the Lord for you.... You are a treasure.....

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  5. Your blog has quickly become a favorite of mine. You remind me of a Titus 2:3-5 woman. It is such a blessing to have come across your blog.

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  6. I have that book, " he fell in love with his wife"

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  7. Oh Roxy...if only I could go back and do some things over. This post reminded me how terribly I miss the mark. Thank you for the encouragement :)

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  8. I just keep buzzzzzing around the kitchen. That way hubby knows I'm his queen bee! lol! After all, they say the way to a mans heart is through his stomach. I feel blessed and believe that our love grows stronger each and every day.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  9. I love been Queen of my house and my husband the King:)) Not sure what the furry creatures who live with us are but I know that Ruby (cat) certainly thinks she is one of the princesses!!

    Marriage isn't easy and so many people throw in the towel at the start and not willing to fight for their marriage to last. It is a battle worth fighting for.

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  10. Steve blesses me and treats me like the queen of my home… and I love to treat him like the king of our home. A sweet post Rox.
    Love and Blessings,
    Pam

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  11. Hi Roxy! I love the title of that book..."He fell in love with his wife." What a concept!

    But being a queen of the home is a fun way to say that we have so much influence on our homes. We can make it a castle or a drudge, and I know you always strive for the comfy castle.

    Hopefully, I do too!
    Ceil

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  12. I love your post! I have taken great joy in being fortunate enough to stay at home. In the 25 years in being a wife and homemaker, I have been in training to be gracious, loving, kind, and the way God wants me to be. I truly love how one can make a home anywhere.

    I am going to visit a while, as I have enjoyed reading this post, and am sure I will continue as I read on.

    Jennifer

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  13. I appreciate your approach and advice to young women (even us older Queens). Refreshing and valuable!

    And to Debby Ray, "we" (I'm including myself, too) aren't perfect, so don't be to hard on yourself. You have today and tomorrow1

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