I’m guest posting over at Desiring Virtue – a site that has consistently encouraged me in my Christian walk and directed me to some great resources to bolster my library. Be sure to connect with creator Jessalyn Hutto on the Desiring Virtue Facebook page!
Sometimes I get a little tired of being told to ‘keep’ my house.
Sometimes when I kiss my husband goodbye in the morning in my snowman robe and slippers, I wistfully remember my days at the office when I was robed in Ann Taylor or Banana Republic instead.
And sometimes (ok, a lot of times), I wonder why I labored so intensively to complete my master’s degree when I spend most of my evenings picking unidentified goo off the dining room table. You don’t really need higher education to operate a bottle of 409, do you? It’s in those moments of personal weakness and self-absorbed pity-parties that Scripture’s admonition for women to keep and care for their homes can sting.
Yet, Scripture says there is great wisdom–and even joy–in keeping and caring for the home.
Find out why God cares so much about the home and what we do in them – click here for the full post!