Category Archives: Proverbs

July 11: Seeking Parental Wisdom

Read Job 12:12 and Proverbs 20:29 This week, we are digging a little deeper into the commandment to honor our father and mother. As you have seen and will continue to see, this commandment looks a little different depending on … Continue reading

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April 20 – Following and Trusting

Read Proverbs 3:5-6 How often do you find yourself worrying about the future? If you’re anything like me, you at least like to have a little bit of a plan for what is to come. You may find doors of … Continue reading

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April 11: Overcoming Busyness with Diligence

Read Prov 20:4 and Prov 10:4 Don’t let the harsh language of the two verses in today’s reading fool you.  I tend to read verses like these and think, well, I’m not lazy, or, I’m not a sluggard, so this … Continue reading

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February 13: The Proverbs Woman

Read Proverbs 31:1-31 We have studied Proverbs for 28 days. We’ve seen foolishness defined, indiscretion lived out. We’ve learned the insight of humility, the discretion required to walk in the way of righteousness. We’ve read about the adulteress and her seemingly irresistable wiles that lure a man … Continue reading

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February 12: The Wisdom to Notice

Read Proverbs 30:1-33 He’d been watching things that happened around him. This man, Agur, found wisdom through observation. The way people and creatures live and move. He slowed down enough to notice. “Every word of God is flawless, he is a shield to those … Continue reading

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February 11: The Wisdom of Discipline

Read Proverbs 29:1-27 It was June of 2012 when my husband’s employer offered him a chance to move across the world for a year. So we picked up our two kids and re-located to a small city in Bavaria, Germany. We saw it … Continue reading

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February 10: Wisdom In Humility

Read Proverbs 27:1-28:28 “The wicked man flees though no one pursues, but the righteous are as bold as a lion” (v1). When there’s no reason to run, we have the freedom to be as bold as lions. When we have … Continue reading

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