In Proverbs 31, the Queen Mother tells her son the king that a good woman is “far more precious than jewels.” Our world exalts beauty, talent, fame, career, and possessions. But alone, these fail to fulfill and distract us from the one standard that really matters. The world judges from externals, but God judges the heart—and in God, we find our worth.
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