Her husband is known in the gates when he sits among the elders of the land.
She is her husband’s right hand helper. What she does is a reflection on him and his reputation.
So, behave ladies. :-) Pretty simple, huh? For the most part. Here is an example:
My husband has several roles at church. Because of his roles, I know what I say and do is watched (in a good, Titus 2 way). Not too long ago, on my personal Facebook page, something was said that I strongly wanted to respond on. Okay, I wanted to express my very strong opinion. Keep in mind it wasn’t anything against my beliefs or standing up for truth. It was more of a personal irritant. ;-) Want to know what I did? Nothing. Not a thing. Well, except complain to my hubby. I knew what I responded with would not only reflect on me, but on him as well. Was what I was going to unleash fire and fury on worth ruining (or at least damaging) our reputation? No, not all.
Watch what you say, what you wear, what you do and how you act. You want to be not only a good example to other woman, but you don’t want a bad light to be cast on your husband. Are some of you a little put off by this? Try not to be. Look at it this way: Do you love your husband? If the answer is yes, why wouldn’t you want to do everything you can to help, encourage and support him? Think of something you can do (or change!) today for your husband.
What do you do to help your husband?