Tuesday, February 9, 2010

ere are two thought-provoking quotes from The Family (aka Home-Making) by J. R. Miller. It's an "oldie but goodie"--available to buy at Vision Forum.

These are from the chapter about the wife's part.

"Let it be remembered that Christ's work in the home is the first that he gives to every wife, and that no amount of consecrated activities in other spheres will atone in this world or the next for neglect or failure there."

"A woman whose heart is not touched by the sickness of sorrow and whose hands do not go out in relief where it is in her power to help, lacks one of the elements which make the glory of womanhood."

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