from Virtuous Daughters, February 2007~Volume 6, Number 11
It is God’s will that we be content with everything that He has given or not given us. It is Satan’s goal to do everything he can to make us discontent with what God has given or not given.
from Virtuous Daughters, June 2011~Volume 11, Number 3
“Storm’s brewing, Sir!” The lookout cried from above. “Nor ‘easter. She’s going to be a bad ‘un!”
“Aye!” the captain replied. The wind was already picking up. He could tell the lookout was right. “All hands to yer stations!” he cried. “Batten down the hatches, if you please!”
“Aye, sir!” The hands scrambled to nail down the openings. If water were allowed below, the ship would be in trouble. The captain knew from experience; this storm would produce mighty swells, maybe fifty-footers. The ship would pitch and groan under the force of the water, which would seek the lowest point of the ship. It would seek in vain, though, for the men were hard at work battening down the hatches. However, the captain had another concern.
“Look sharp, man!” he called to the lookout. “Lash yourself to the mast. We’re in enemy waters . . .”
from Virtuous Daughters, October 2005~Volume 5, Number 7
Giving is really so very rewarding! It is to be seen as a privilege, a joy! Here are some pointers from Scripture concerning our opportunity to give.
from Virtuous Daughters, November 2013~Volume 13, Number 8
Habits are an important part of life. They can be good or bad! We want to acquire good habits. But how would we get habits in the first place?
by Candace Joy
from Virtuous Daughters, July 2008~Volume 8, Number 4
Recently, I have been very blessed to meditate on the love of God. In this article, I hope to draw your attention to the unfathomable love that God has for us, His children, as well as the result that this love should produce in our lives. This is by no means exhaustive, and I encourage you to study this topic further.
from Virtuous Daughters, November 2002~Volume 2, Number 8
I would like to share with you my experiences in daily Bible reading. About four years ago (I was 10), my dad bought me a “Read the Bible through a year” Bible. I was very excited about starting, so the next week which was now New Years (how convenient :)) I began the long process in God’s Word which is bringing me closer to Him than ever. I have now read the Bible through three times and am working on my fourth year. The Lord has taught me soo much in my 5-10 minutes I spend with Him daily.
from Virtuous Daughters, September 2003~Volume 3, Number 6
from Virtuous Daughters, August 2001~Volume 1, Number 5
from Virtuous Daughters, June 2004~Volume 4, Number 3
"Waiting on the Lord" Series
by Gina L.
from Virtuous Daughters, October 2015~Volume 15, Number 7
Last year when our family of ten was living in a camper volunteering at a ministry in Flagstaff, Arizona, after five months of living in the same camper on a horse ranch—Sermon on the Mount—in Oklahoma, I finally had this wonderful opportunity to use a full-sized kitchen which was located in the welcome center next to where we parked our camper. With more thankfulness than ever, I resumed the daily task of feeding my large crew.
The Article Library
This "Library" contains articles that were published in previous issues of Virtuous Daughters. It will keep growing as we continue to upload articles from the 20 years of printing. We pray they are an encouragement to you!