Monday, September 03, 2007

Proverbs 31 &

What exactly IS Hidden Arms?

Hidden arms is a small company, created for the purpose of offering quality concealed carry options for those gun owners in the real world.

Many of us have a concealed carry permit, but no way to practically carry our firearms. A quality concealed carry rig would need to be flexible, small, durable, comfortable, and most importantly, concealable. Unfortunately, most concealed carry rigs just don't fit the bill. They're either too bulky, too uncomfortable, or just plain impractical in today's world.

Hidden Arms offers a better solution, custom created by and for people who carry their firearms with them every day of their lives, and know what's needed for the optimum concealed carry product.

Now you see it....

Now you don't.

What does this have to do with Proverbs 31?
This is our way of:

She seeketh wool, and flax, and worketh willingly with her hands. Proverbs 31:13

Matthew Henry Comments on Proverbs 31:13
(4.) She applies herself to the business that is proper for her. It is not in a scholar’s business, or statesman’s business, or husbandman’s business, that she employs herself, but in women’s business: She seeks wool and flax, where she may have the best of each at the best hand, and cheapest; she has a stock of both by her, and every thing that is necessary to the carrying on both of the woollen and the linen manufacture (v. 13), and with this she does not only set the poor on work, which is a very good office, but does herself work, and work willingly, with her hands; she works with the counsel or delight of her hands (so the word is); she goes about it cheerfully and dexterously, lays not only her hand, but her mind to it, and goes on in it without weariness in well-doing. She lays her own hands to the spindle, or spinning-wheel, and her hands hold the distaff (v. 19), and she does not reckon it either an abridgment of her liberty or a disparagement to her dignity, or at all inconsistent with her repose. The spindle and the distaff are here mentioned as her honour, while the ornaments of the daughters of Zion are reckoned up to their reproach, Isa. 2:18, etc.
She maketh fine linen, and selleth [it]; and delivereth girdles unto the merchant. Proverbs 31:24
Matthew Henry Comments on Proverbs 31:24
(4.) She trades abroad. She makes more than she and her household have occasion for; and therefore, when she has sufficiently stocked her family, she sells fine linen and girdles to the merchants (v. 24), who carry them to Tyre, the mart of the nations, or some other trading city. Those families are likely to thrive that sell more than they buy; as it is well with the kingdom when abundance of its home manufactures are exported. It is no disgrace to those of the best quality to sell what they can spare, nor to deal in trade and send ventures by sea.


Mrs.Halterman said...

Will there ever be a maternity version available?? Im sure i will be needing one in the future.
God Bless,

Miss Kelly & Miss Andrea said...

We've got a few ideas up in the workings of our minds for women but nothing to offer yet.

Anonymous said...

Been off the web awhile, you have been blogging away. Who in the family came up with hidden arms?? A pretty good idea and quite useful.

It one of those, now why didn't I think of that..


Miss Kelly & Miss Andrea said...

Glad you are back. Blogging is just not the same without a comment from you once in a while.

The HiddenArms idea started with none other than JM. I created the first prototype and from there and then Andrea took over and made it what it is and started a business. The name came from the ever-talented AM. The website was made by our older sister. Thus it proves once again that the home is an excellent ecconomic center.

Have you seen the turnip I grew?