What it means to be good neighbour? Loving God is seen in doing good for others.
Godly and the holy living and how that contrasts the ungodly living. Wisdom vs. folly.
Truthful speech brings blessings. It matters who are your close friends. Caring for posterity.
Why we need to listen to correction. Staying away from lying and importance of truth.
Wisdom vs folly. Laziness vs diligence. Rewards of wisdom and fruit of wickedness.
Godly woman. Thoughts of the righteous vs thoughts of the wicked.
Continued contrast between the righteous and the wicked. Why we should win souls for Christ.
Contrast between righteous and the wicked, their life, desires, works and rewards.
We are reminded why humility is important characteristic of a godly person.
Our words matter. Wise people speak words that glorify God and build others up!
We are exhorted to have our speech be seasoned with grace and to walk in love for it covers all sin.
We see the contrast between wisdom and the way of folly. Righteousness leads to life.
Seek Wisdom, wisdom was there when God created the Heavens and Earth. God's wisdom leads to life.
We see the contrast between an adulteress woman and Wisdom. Invest in wisdom and knowledge.
Warning about becoming a surety for someone; how to recognize wicked men; dangers of adultery.
We are warned not to live immoral lives. God sees all and won't let us continue in sin. Pay attention!
The importance to train up your child in God's wisdom. His Wisdom leads to Life, to reject leads to evil
Wisdom brings life. Don't envy the wicked ones. Apply the wisdom that the Lord gives and trust in Him
Do not reject the corrections from the Lord. Seek after wisdom, you'll receive happiness and peace
We are warned against the immoral. Godly wisdom will keep you on the right path.
God's Wisdom is a Treasure. The more you read His Word the more wisdom and guidance you'll receive
Stay away from those who want to entice you to sin. Listen to God's Truth and apply it daily.
We learn there are 5 purposes for the book of Proverbs. We are to know and apply that what we learn
Introduction to the Proverbs, who wrote them. Fear of the Lord is the beginning of Wisdom.