1. Look up the following verses and then choose one to write out on an index card and put up on a bulletin board or somewhere where you can see it often until you have it memorized. (Proverbs 31:30; Galatians 6:7-8; 1 Timothy 2:9-10)
2. Read Psalm 144. Take notes while you are reading or answer the following questions: i) What does David say that God is for him (six things)? ii) Compared to the LORD, what is man? iii) What does David want to be delivered from? iv) What seven things does David want? v) What makes a people happy? vi) Find out what a cornerstone is. vii) How can a person be a cornerstone?
3. Read this chapter from “Beautiful Girlhood” by Mabel Hale. Take notes while you are reading or answer the following questions. i) What is character? ii) What influences our character building? iii) At what time of life is character built? iv) Why is this a good time to build character? v) What causes character building to happen? vi) What does it take to build a bad character? vii) What does it take to build a good character? viii) Who is the perfect pattern to follow and why? ix) Why is it good to have an ideal of who we want to be? x) What is your ideal woman?
4. Look up the following verses and make a chart to contrast the wise and foolish person.
FOOL: (Psalm 53:1; Proverbs 1:7,22; 10:23; 12:15; 14:9; 15:5; 18:6,7; 28:26; 29:11)
WISE: (Proverbs 1:5; 9:8; 10:8,14; 12:15; 14:16; 15:7; 16:23; 18:15; 29:8; 29:11)
5. Look up the following verses and explain how each one tells us we can become wise. (Psalm 111:10; Proverbs 9:10; Jeremiah 9:23; James 1:5; Psalm 119:97-104)
6. On an index card, write out what you feel you need to change to become more godly and then write a statement of how you will do this. Put it up on your bulletin board to remind you.