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Rottenness & Shame.


"WOMEN UNDERTAKING WORSHIP OF YAHUAH."

Do women of Yahuah realise today, that undertaking worship of Yahuah is living a behaviour that is pleasing to the Master and not necessarily herself ?

PROVERBS 12:4

A CAPABLE ASHER IS THE CROWN OF HER HUSBAND, BUT ONE CAUSING SHAME IS LIKE ROTTENNESS IN THE BONES.

WHAT A JOY IT IS TO SEE A CAPABLE WIFE.

ROTTENNESS : adjective, rot·ten·er, rot·ten·est. decomposing or decaying; putrid; tainted, foul, or bad-smelling. corrupt or morally offensive. wretchedly bad, unpleasant, or unsatisfactory; miserable: a rotten piece of work; a rotten day at the office. contemptible; despicable: a rotten little liar; a rotten trick. (of soil, rocks, etc.) soft, yielding, or friable as the result of decomposition. Australian Slang . drunk. RELATED WORDS abuse, infection, corruption, deterioration, contagion, disease, epidemic, pollution, poisoning, excrement, soil, muck, mud, stain, ground, smut, grime, slime, desecration, defilement.

SHAME : noun 1. a painful feeling of humiliation or distress caused by the consciousness of wrong or foolish behaviour. "she was hot with shame" synonyms: humiliation, mortification, chagrin, ignominy, loss of face, shamefacedness, embarrassment, indignity, abashment, discomfort, discomfiture, discomposure "Lily walked in front of him, her face scarlet with shame" guilt, remorse, contrition, compunction "I felt a pang of shame at telling Alice a lie" 2. a regrettable or unfortunate situation or action. "what a shame Ellie won't be here" synonyms: pity, misfortune, crying shame, cause for regret, source of regret, sad thing, unfortunate thing; bad luck, ill luck; informalbummer, crime, sin "it is a shame that they are not better known"

make (someone) feel ashamed. "I tried to shame him into giving some away" synonyms: humiliate, mortify, make someone feel ashamed, chagrin, embarrass, abash, chasten, humble, put someone in their place, take down a peg or two, cut down to size, show up; informalmake someone eat crow; informalown "he had been shamed in public."

WE HAVE BOTH POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE RESULTS IN THIS SIMPLE PROVERB. A WOMAN CAN BE "THE'' CROWN TO HER HUSBAND OR SHE CAN LITERALLY BE THE CAUSE OF HER HUSBANDS DEATH.

ALL THIS CAN HAPPEN THROUGH THE BEHAVIOUR OF A WIFE.


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