Her Lamp Does Not Go Out At Night (Mother's Day)

Publication Date: 
2001

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She knows that her affairs are going well; her lamp does not go out at night. She sets her hands to the distaff, her fingers grasp the spindle. She holds out her hands to the poor, yes, She opens her arms to the needy. Snow may come, but she has no fears for her household, with all her servants warmly clothed. She makes her own quilts, she is clothed in fine linen and purple. Her husband is respected at the city gates, taking his seat among the elders of the land. She makes linen robes and gets a price for them, She supplies the merchant with cloth. She is clothed in strength and dignity, she can smile at the future...

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