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A Proverbs 31 Woman is a biblical example of striving to become the best possible version of you as a godly woman! It does not happen over night, but rather becomes intentional in your daily living in the habits that you create. Can I be a Proverbs 31 Woman if I am not married? Of course, you may be single, never married, divorced, widowed, or single parents! Regardless of the situation, you can strive to be like the Proverbs 31 Woman! You do not have to be married or have children to become a Proverbs 31 Woman. Proverbs 31:10-31 is an amazing example to guide us in honoring the Lord in every aspect of our lives!  

God cares for us and loves each one of us. He wants us to live lives that are pleasing unto Him. He provides so many opportunities for us to serve Him. Whatever time or season it is in our lives, God has called us to be of service to Him. The Apostle Paul wrote to the believers in Philippi with whom he shared a close partnership and special affection. Also, he addressed the letter to church elders and deacons. “Not that I speak in respect of want: for I have learned, in whatsoever state I am, therewith to be content” (Philippians 4:11 KJV). 

The Proverbs 31 Woman provides certain characteristics and is an example for women to follow in loving life and loving Christ! When or if the time comes when the relationship status changes, we will adapt to those changes. We should be content with the season of life in which we are currently living. We should not wish our lives away, but instead be content with whatever the relationship status is while waiting. God has a purpose for our journeys. We may not always understand God’s plan for our journeys, but we can trust that He knows best for our lives!

Trust in God and His plan for your life. If you are married, cherish your husband and love him. If you are not married, remember, you can still become a Proverbs 31 Woman! Read the Bible and apply biblical principles to your life. Pray with thanksgiving and a heart of gratitude. Pray before making decisions to determine God's will for your life and your family's lives. Ask God for daily guidance, strength, and wisdom.

Manage your household, provide, and take care of your family. Study and learn. Take advantage of opportunities to learn new skills to benefit yourself and your family. Love your family and neighbors. Pray for others, be kind and lend a hand to those in need when you have the ability. Always put your faith in God! Remember, even when we fail, God's grace is there to guide our thoughts and help us live a godly life, pleasing unto the Lord!