the real wife
Teaches her children to love and serve God always
Honors her husband and loves him sacrificially
Engages in learning activities that promote holiness in her
Redeems and restores her husband when he falls out of grace
Expects her husband to be her teacher, leader, mentor and
Acknowledges her husband's' foibles but never use them to
Loves her husbands and treat him as the king of her earthly
Wins her husband's affection and friendship with her 'savoir
faire et vivre'
Initiates special activities that please her husband and boosts
Forgives her husbands with no intention to regurgitate past
Excels in matters of the soul and heart and excite her husbands
with holy living
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