Let’s stand back and look at our beautiful woman! She does not have the fading beauty of Cosmopolitan. Her beauty grows with time and those around her rise up and call her blessed!
A beautiful woman fears the Lord, first and foremost. For without it, she has little motivation to obey Him.
A beautiful woman is trustworthy–especially in the eyes of her husband.
A beautiful woman “wears” strength and honor. Don’t let feminists tell you that “Christianity has a low view of women”. Christ esteemed women higher than any others ever have, and to oppose His view of women is to go no where but down.
A beautiful woman is discreet, guarding her mouth, thinking before she speaks, graceful in her mannerism and exuding a modest charm.
A beautiful woman has a meek and quiet spirit…that is, she is easily imposed upon, fleshing out our Lord’s command to “present your bodies a living sacrifice”.
A beautiful woman is chaste, pure in thoughts and motives.
A beautiful woman is a teacher of good things; not given to the fear of being accused of unbiblical judgment, but obedient to the word that admonishes her to teach the things of the Lord.
A beautiful woman is content–in all things! She doesn’t crave more stuff, she craves more Jesus. She doesn’t measure her worth by what she owns, she measures it by who she is in Christ. She can be content because she has full FAITH that nothing has come to her that did not first pass through the sovereign filter of His love!
A beautiful woman builds her house in wisdom. If she isn’t building, she’s tearing down.
A beautiful woman is fearless and “laughs at things to come”. We serve a living God…let’s live like it!
I would LOVE to hear your final thoughts on this makeover series. What is God showing you? Your comments may meet someone just where they are.
To start at the beginning, go to Make-over Part 1: Am I Trustworthy?