Morals, morals, morals



 Proverbs 1: 1-4

“The Proverbs of Solomon the son of David, king of Israel:

To know wisdom and instruction; to perceive the words of understanding; to receive the instruction of wisdom, justice and judgment and equity; to give subtlety to the simple, to the young man knowledge and discretion.”

Solomon’s proverbial proverbs subsist of bywords, laments, and thought-provoking pronouncements.  In totality, these proverbs are tools that will teach the reader skills necessary for a successful life.  The Book of Proverbs is best read slowly and with determination, giving time to digest the multiple-choice topics contained within.  The first nine chapters carefully clarify the title, purpose and motto of the book, exhorting the reader to know and understand the two ways of living:  the way of wisdom and the way of folly.

So read, absorb, discipline and instill into your life the moral practices discussed here; they will lay a solid foundation for which you can live a most successful life.


Many thoughts and concepts for this study have been chosen and/or paraphrased from the Liberty Annotated Study Bible, KJV.


2 comments on “Morals, morals, morals

  1. Dicky says:

    I like The Book of Proverbs. It has so many things to learn especially the moral premises. Thanks Jeanne.

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