The king and the princes liked this. The king did what Memucan proposed. He sent bulletins to every part of the kingdom, to each province in its own script, to each people in their own language: “Every man is master of his own house; whatever he says, goes.”
Esther 1:21-22 MSG
Why We Should Be Grateful Of Our Blessings
I’ve been around alot of women with bad marriages and I have come to the conclusion… stop talking about your husband. Sometimes people can be so ungrateful of their circumstances. The truth is there was a Vashti before a Esther… There was a Michal before a Bathsheba. So be grateful.
Your husband or spouse may be a prophet … so why would you make fun of them for hearing God ? Your husband may be a deacon or usher… why would you mock him for being corny ? Dont allow the devil to trick you that the world has something better in a rapper or vixen because that’s not true. Be happy with what God gave you because life is hard when you’re alone.
A hearty wife invigorates her husband, but a frigid woman is cancer in the bones. The thinking of principled people makes for justice; the plots of degenerates corrupt. The words of the wicked kill; the speech of the upright saves. Wicked people fall to pieces—there’s nothing to them; the homes of good people hold together. A person who talks sense is honored; airheads are held in contempt. Better to be ordinary and work for a living than act important and starve in the process. Good people are good to their animals; the “good-hearted” bad people kick and abuse them. The one who stays on the job has food on the table; the witless chase whims and fancies. What the wicked construct finally falls into ruin, while the roots of the righteous give life, and more life. Rash language cuts and maims, but there is healing in the words of the wise. Evil scheming distorts the schemer; peace-planning brings joy to the planner. No evil can overwhelm a good person, but the wicked have their hands full of it. A lazy life is an empty life, but “early to rise” gets the job done. Good men and women travel right into life; sin’s detours take you straight to hell.
Proverbs 12:4-12, 18, 20-21, 27-28 MSG
Be Grateful for your blessings…