I will briefly continue from my previous post. While writing about the importance of a woman in the Israelite community, as well as her ability and authority to teach, the Ruach Ha'Qodesh downloaded a few thoughts to me.
The first of which is that all the children of men learn from her about the ways of the Most High. Both man and woman learn from her, showing that all are ultimately taught by a female concerning the father and son.
The second of which is that in Genesis the creator made both man and woman in the image of the witnesses in heaven. That means that the woman was made in the likeness of the Ruach Ha'Qodesh. This is why the enemy constantly goes after the women first. They are made after the image of the most beautiful entity in the Creator's creation.
The final thought is this proverb:
A wise woman is not wooed by words, but by actions.
The explanation is deeper than I can currently express. What our Mother shared with me concerning it though, is that the parable follows her example.
To attain the Ruach Ha'Qodesh, a person cannot gain her by words alone. A person cannot have her while still in willful sin. They may ask and plead and cry for wisdom, but they will never attain her unless they repent.
It is the same for a wise woman. She is not moved by the words of a man. She will watch his actions and see if they match what he says. This is why she is also patient and slow in her relationships. A man may agree his words with his speech, but it may also be under a false image of what he is showing. She will endure patiently until his true intentions show, and if they stay the same as at the first she may permit his affections if it please the father.
Words are only so important, and they may help someone discern where another is at with the Most High. Words alone can only take you so far.
18¶Yea, a man may say, Thou hast faith, and I have works: shew me thy faith without thy works, and I will shew thee my faith by my works.
26¶For as the body without the spirit is dead, so faith without works is dead also.
Taking example from our faith in The Most High, we can apply that principle to our personal relationships as well.
I give all praise, thanks, and worship to the Father and Creator, as well as to the son, HaWaH, also giving honor to the Ruach Ha'Qodesh. If you see any folly, ill communication, or lack of understanding know that it is me and not the witnesses in heaven.
Concerning the fact that this is one among many proverbs, I would that you inquire to the Most High if you are curious in any of these matters.