And something did.
I haven't read the whole thing yet, it's a rather thick book, but I have read far enough into it to know that is a priceless treasure for both married and unmarried women.
My family and I have known about the Harrison's for several years. We have all of their DVD's and benefited from them greatly.
This book is specifically for women. If you have been following Erin for any length of time, you will have heard something about the struggles she went through as a young married woman.
Before we get any further, here is a synopsis of Erin's book:
Living Virtuously does not mean perfection. Victory and virtue are gifts to those that persevere on their own journey that God has given no matter what life may bring. It is learning contentment, choosing joy, and being teachable. In this book, we will journey together through Proverbs 31 in the Bible, discovering the traits of a Virtuous Woman. I will take you from the spiritual to the practical, giving you a complete, well rounded perspective of what it means to keep your heart and your home.
In this helpful guide you will learn how to…
• face adversity and find joy in your circumstances
• clean and organize your home so that it is a haven of rest
• be frugal and meal planning
• organizing life so you have more time
• teach your children a good work ethic while embracing motherhood
• control your words and actions
• keep your heart pure
• honor your husband
• find balance in all areas of life
• LIVE VIRTUOUSLY!
As I said, I have not read the entire book yet, and I know from reading some of Erin's other writings, on her blog and such, that I do not agree with everything she says, but overall, you need to read this book. (And while it is written for ladies, I've read some reviews by men who were very blessed by it as well.)
It doesn't matter if you have been married for fifty years, one year, or are not married at all, this book is written for you.
Erin teaches you how to live your life to the fullest. She concentrates on the duties of a wife and mother, but most of the things she says can apply to all areas of our life. She includes some humorous stories and a plethora of things she has learned the hard way over the years. If you want to be blessed, uplifted, encouraged, and told like it is with no sugar coating, Living Virtuously is the book for you.
Available as an eBook or a paperback.