Daughters of wisdom

Cuddlefish ain’t afraid to ask, and the women thank her. This week on Discord, Rev. Benjamin Steenbock answers her question about the Sons of Solomon counterpart for catholic Christian women.
The Daughters of Wisdom, as The Illusive Man coined it, would pray for godly patriarchy and fully embrace their callings as women and (for those who are married) wives. So, the prayers, as The Illusive Man suggests would be:
Morning: Psalm 133Noon: Proverbs 31
Night: Psalm 134
You would likewise draw wisdom from reading and pondering a Proverb each day.Furthermore, taking up the mantle of godly femininity would include owning and fiercely loving all the passages the Bible directs at women, especially because our culture says you should hate them. For instance (in order of appearance and not necessarily an exhaustive list):Proverbs 31 (but without the feminist filter over it)

1 Corinthians 7:1-6
1 Corinthians 11:11
Ephesians 5:22-24
1 Timothy 2:8-14
Titus 2:3-5
1 Peter 3:1-6

The verses from Titus are a special focus for the Daughters of Wisdom. Take the wisdom from Solomon and from the apostles and build up younger women and girls in these God-glorifying, life-sustaining truths.If you want to gather women and be an example for them to follow, teaching the younger ones what godly femininity is, you are invited to do so! As I said, the Lord will raise up the High Matron able to fulfill this calling when she is needed.
As a younger member of her church, Cuddlefish was concerned about getting the organization up and running, to which our Mad Christian responded with encouragement:

Don’t. The prayers will handle that part for you. Just be ready to speak them to your sisters as building blocks of unity. Let them be your new vocabulary for feminine conversation.

So ladies of the Chill, take encouragement from all that God is doing through our men, while remembering the promises he gives to us.

“She is clothed with strength and dignity;
she can laugh at the days to come…”

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