Revelation of such sweetness has been a blessing to many women who have been liberated by returning home.
Home is where wives and mothers reign without deadlines and an oversheduling of duties. You can limit the amount of appointments and interruptions that come into your home. You have authority over your planner and life. You don't have to allow guests into your home every week for the sake of hospitality. Your husband and children come first - and there should be no pressure to entertain others when not possible.
The productivity and busyness of a woman is complimented in the way she keeps her home. She is not busy with ridicilous and unnessary appointments that take her out of the home. She is not idle and lazy either. Instead - she is busy and eager to work with her hands cleaning, cooking, sewing, organizing and beautifying her home with lovely fragrances that welcome her husband and children into a place of serenity and joy.
Home provides daily sources of enrichment and knowledge. Mother teaching children about God and living out the example at home brings a true sense of God's goodness, wisdom, and provision. The privilege to homeschool is a time to teach God's precepts and laws - everything else is secondary.
Homeschooling is not a time to stress and fill our children up with useless information and activities. Ask yourself how does this activity profit my family and others for the glory of God, because a mother who is stressed doesn't bring glory to anyone. Becareful with the scheduling of your time.
Teaching a child to read rich volumes of literary and biblical works demand no dipolma or certificate stating you are qualified. It requires a love of reading and teaching children what is most life changing and rewarding to their spirit man.
Home is a lifestyle where we teach our daughters to work beside us eventually exceling our motherly and wifely duties. Our sons should be to prepared in leadership, workmanship, and godliness. Boys should be able to lead their younger siblings without mother on hand at a relatively young age - for they will one day lead their own families.
A young man, who has worked by his father's side, may be able to build a home by the time he is 18 or younger.
"Put your work in order outside, and make it ready in the field; and after that, see to the building of your house." Proverbs 24:17
Consider how God and Adam had a home prepared for Eve. She had the most beautiful home ready for care and love. Genesis 2.
Daughters observing mothers work and be productive at home while remaining joyful and content are more likely to receive the duty placed upon them by God. Titus 2.
Sons watching virtuous mothers and sisters will understand more readily what they need in a future wife.
A husband who is gone for most of the day may see a wife become lonely or discontent, but if she finds and learns to work willingly with her hands and puts task to a sewing project or new recipe - her days will be full and productive.
Although a woman at home keeps her eye on time, she is in no particular hurry. This is a great advantage to her mental state and well being. She can rest when her body calls her to rest. A woman at home has time to ponder those things that are most important to her family and God.
Homemakers are not obligated to keep the same time as the public. Although you must make good use of your time, you have the freedom to curtail projects and appointments.
Married women and daughters at home do not require a committee, Bible study group, or slogans to convice others that they are liberated and content. It takes one woman at a time taking up her God-given role in the home.
A hundred men may make an encampment, but it takes a woman to make a home. Chinese Proverb.
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