Tag Archives: King Solomon

Proverbs: Part 12

There are a few verses that stand out for me in the next chapter of Proverbs: chapter 12. They deal with handling money, the selection of our friends and the discipline of our children. Pretty tumultuous topics, aren’t they? These … Continue reading

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Proverbs: Part 9

This week, as it has been for the last eight weeks, is inspired by the book of Proverbs. Today, we’ll mostly be looking at proverbs from chapter 10. Let’s begin with the very first verse. A wise son brings joy … Continue reading

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Proverbs: Part 8

This week’s study delivers us from the prologue of Proverbs that is chapters 1-9 and brings us to the Proverbs of Solomon, which are comprised in chapters 10-31. For our first proverb, I’m going to jump to chapter 16, verse … Continue reading

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Proverbs: Part Six

“Neither do I condemn you….Go now and leave your life of sin.” These are the words Jesus spoke to the person we know only as “the woman caught in adultery” in John, Chapter 8. Before we begin our look at … Continue reading

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Proverbs: Part Five

This week I’ll be comparing Proverbs to my Shelby GT500. I know that seems strange, but when I read the words in chapter four I am reminded of the beast in my garage.

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Proverbs: Part Two

Welcome back. This week we find ourselves still analyzing the warnings in the first chapter of Proverbs. We began an in-depth look into the book of Proverbs last week, where King Solomon outlines the overall purpose for studying it: to … Continue reading

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Proverbs: Part 1

Quite frankly, I’m sick and tired of the constant stream of quotes, sayings and cutesy messages that clog up my Twitter feed. On an hourly basis, people spout off 144 characters or less on their personal podium, hoping that their … Continue reading

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