Category: Lux Venit Reading Group

The Excellent Wife — Overcoming a Grieving Heart


Life has kept me very busy the last two or three weeks. Home schooling four children takes more time than home schooling two children. Go figure. Add to that that I have to keep the house neat in case our realtor calls and you…

The Excellent Wife: The Wife’s Sorrow


While I am excited about sharing my thoughts on chapter 21 of TEW, I’m going to have to postpone this final installment. Normally, I write my posts on Thursday nights, but I was glued to women’s gymnastics last night. This morning, we’ve done school…

Marriage is not the end of loneliness


The Excellent WifeChapter 20The Wife’s Loneliness: Overcoming a Lack of Oneness Martha Peace begins with brief descriptions of a few men of the Bible who experienced loneliness: Elijah, Jeremiah, Jesus, and Paul. They did not, however, experience and deal with their loneliness in the…

The Excellent Wife — Dealing with Fear


Martha Peace, in Chapter 19 of The Excellent Wife, writes, Not being afraid is an element of trusting God, of being a godly person, and of being a godly wife. In fact, being fearless is included in the description of the Excellent Wife in…

TEW: The Wife’s Anger


Chapter 18 of The Excellent Wife deals with anger: What is anger? How does the Bible describe anger? Is it ever right to be angry at your husband? What should I do with my anger? I will be the first to admit that I…

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