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  • Tony R Perry - in Reply on Proverbs 1
    yes sir, your correct
  • Obbie Beal on Proverbs 1
    Where applicable: referring to the people of verse 10-19 above. It appears their heart, mind, works, are almost identical to the 2-riders of the white and red horse found in opening of seal 1 and 2 of Revelation 6:1-4, because a sinful greed, working through the lust of the flesh, eye, proud of life, fueled both of these groups back then and also in 2020.
  • Hassan Abdulkadir on Proverbs 1
    I take this page to no the important of the proverbs meaning,
  • Harrison - in Reply on Proverbs 1
    I agree with you
  • Rudy Morales on Proverbs 1
    Instructions shall be read when building what is unknown so that it is built properly as instructed. Every day we ask I AM for the right way and path
  • Akomaye on Proverbs 1
    Versus 24,as a Christian do we really focus and be patient with God as we claim to be and wait patiently for him.
  • Ruben Hartness - in Reply on Proverbs 1
    yes--believe, trust, and obey His commandants. God is long suffering so you should be also. As the song says "we are patiently waiting for Jesus to come". He will only forsake you if you forsake Him but He will always take you back through repentance. To remind Him of His promises is to know what His promises are. Talk to Him--He listens.
  • Latonja littlejohn on Proverbs 1
    Proverbs one I think is for wisdom and knowledge and truth either you serve and love Satan or serve and love the Lord teaches us to abide in wisdom but as for me and my house I will serve the lord
  • Olanrewaju Babarinde on Proverbs 1
    We just have to fashion our lives in line with the Word of God. As long as we do that, we will live in the "Blessing". I see a similarity with Psalms 1. For God to help us to flourish and enjoy peace, we must reject the views and opinions of the wicked and check all our actions to ensure they are in tune with what the Word of God says.
  • BSP on Proverbs 1
    Verse 8~Jehovah God has given parents the authority to properly discipline their children and he expects children to listen to their parent's instructions.
  • MAKASI on Proverbs 1
  • Bitrus on Proverbs 1
    Comment.It teach us that,beliving with jesus and God,is the begining of wisdom and knowleage.and also his spirit will inpact in us to know the rith and rong.
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  • Bruce on Proverbs 1
    Common Sense and Wisdom do Go together. One without The Other May Keep You Going to The ER. The Rest of Us Dying with Laughter. We All have that Reaction Sometimes, it's Automatic. I was Guilty a Few Times had to Ask Forgiveness for Laughing/ Proverbs 2:6 For The LORD giveth Wisdom: Out of His Mouth Cometh Knowledge and Understanding. Wisdom is Found All through Proverbs. Read 1 Chapter Daily.
  • Leigh King on Proverbs 1
    Amen, Rosalee! :-)
  • Rosalee travis on Proverbs 1
  • Stanley Vladimir Kolbjornsen on Proverbs 1
    The book of Proverbs is one of my favorite books in the Bible because it is to the point and it tells precisely that wisdom and common sense are very much related to the same meaning that one coincides with the other.
  • Stephen B on Proverbs 1
    Say unto them, As I live, saith the Lord GOD, I have no pleasure in the death of the wicked; but that the wicked turn from his way and live: turn ye, turn ye from your evil ways; for why will ye die, O house of Israel? Ezekiel 33:11
  • Vanessa on Proverbs 1
    they flatter themselves in their sinful ways, and I see so called Christians embracing sinful ways excepting them as well, Christ walked with the sinners to lead them from their sin, as we all should as well, love thy neighbor is not walking with ignorance of the word, for that will not save them from hell, Pray for them that their eyes be opened and their hearts be filled with the spirit
  • I AM THAT I AM on Proverbs 1
    Is there just one Godly spirit here? A spirit of God confesses that Jesus Christ himself, even the Christ child, now walks in his own flesh this very day. Not one confession has posted. But a confession need not post for God the Father to hear it. Nor must my sayings post for the godly to hear them. Amen and Amen
  • Blossom on Proverbs 1

    Sinner82, God DOESN'T take "pleasure" in the destruction of the wicked. That is why He sent His only begotten Son to shed His blood and die for us, as it is written in John 3:16.
  • John kenan on Proverbs 1
  • A disciple on Proverbs 1
    "Then shall they call upon me, but I will not answer; they shall seek me early, but they shall not find me: for that they hated knowledge, and did not choose the fear of the LORD: they would none of my counsel: they despised all my reproof. Therefore shall they eat of the fruit of their own way, and be filled with their own devices." There is no SIGN given to those who refuse knowledge. Matthew 13:11
  • Daughter of a king on Proverbs 1
    @Sinner82 He took no pleasure in destroying the whole world with water save 8 people, he created us to be his children. It is ultimately our choice to serve him or not, however, we must be willing to face the consequences of our actions. Just as our laws have consequences for unlawfulness so does our God. Throughout the Bible, the word "if" can be found at least 1500 times. It is our choice!
  • William Rankins on Proverbs 1
    I thank God, for all of the books and chapters of the bible. Proverbs 1:1-33, reflects on how God, would that everyone choose wisely, and embrace wisdom. He, expresses how disobedient ppl will end. It has only 1msg; submit to Him, and enjoy a life of insight and integrity.
    Yes, the author state's in 1:7 The reverence of God, is the Beginning of wisdom. I'd like to stress the words "Beginning
  • Adriana Richmond on Proverbs 1
    The Lord's word
  • Dasher on Proverbs 1
    Powerful message
  • A disciple on Proverbs 1
    Brandie; It is so glaringly apparent that the Churches are teaching FALSE DOCTRINE! God was not more severe to the people of old time under the first covenant, than to the people from the time of Christ's first coming; but for Jesus' sake He waits for the fullness of the Nations to come in.
  • Brandie Burleson on Proverbs 1
    In response to Sinner82, this is the old testament before Jesus came. God's judgment was harsher before Jesus. He did not enjoy destroying the wicked, that's why He sent His son to die so that sinners like us would no longer be destroyed, but have a way for forgiveness.
  • A disciple on Proverbs 1
    Sinner; Perhaps you should try and read the chapter again a few times, slowly; and take note. It is not about God taking pleasure in bringing evil upon you, as you blasphemously suggest; but about men, as God's sons, should hear their Father's instructions, and take a course in life after His good character; and not be a defiant sinner and heathen; in the end good for nothing but to be destroyed.

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