Proverbs 1:2, 3 Date: Start, April 01, 2019
2 To know wisdom and instruction, To perceive the words of understanding,
3 To receive the instruction of wisdom, Justice, judgment, and equity;
Place: Lubbock, TX

Proverbs is a book that contains many themes and instruction on how to live life. However, the most pronounced theme seems to be the contrast that exists between the wise man and the foolish person in a similar way our Lord taught in Matthew 7:21-29. I would encourage you to consider five exercises:

  • Share the wisdom in Proverbs with another person. Encourage others to join the list. Relate any lessons that you have learned or benefit from as it pertains to the Scripture assignment. (Today it is easier than ever to share information with email, Facebook, Twitter, etc. But also a good ole fashion letter mailed or verbal conversation has its own peculiar benefit too!) These lessons can also be used for family bible study time.

May God grant each of us the wisdom we need to support the things we must support, to walk the way we ought to walk, to change the things we must change and the wisdom to know when to speak and when to keep silent. --Steven J. Wallace

Chapter 1 - The Fear of the Lord Chapter 2 - The Storehouse Chapter 3 - Trust in the Lord
Chapter 4 - The Principal Thing Chapters 5-7 - On the Verge of Total Ruin Chapter 8 - Wisdom as a Master Craftsman
Chapter 9 - Two Invitations Chapter 10 - Moral Merits That Sustain Us Chapter 11 - The Recompense of Righteousness
 Chapter 12 - The Righteous Cannot Be Uprooted  Chapter 13 - Guiding Light Princples of Those Who Fear the Word   Chapter 14 - Two Roads: THE WAY OF DEATH or REFUGE IN DEATH? Lesson 1; Lesson 2; Lesson 3 (TBD)





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