Welcome to week 14 of our Proverbs 31 journey! This week we research seeking, working, and write our own interpretations. If you'd like to go back to one of our previous stops, let our " Wolfe Notes " guide you. In January we examined our value with the help of Proverbs 31 verses 10 and 29. In February we learned what uplifting means by looking at Proverbs 31:11 and 23. In March , we considered the virtue of respect by studying Proverbs 31:12 and 28. In April , we are training to be hardworking with Proverbs 31:13 and 19 as our instructors. If you're ready to travel with us, welcome! Grab your April calendar with daily activities, the lamp for your feet (the Bible ), and let's get going! We're journeying through the concluding poem of Proverbs and we're so glad you decided to walk along this road with us! Imagine that as we walk, we're talking about the daily activities. Our side of the discussion is outlined below. What would you add? Ho
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