Proverbs 6:16-24

Lessons learned from Proverbs 6:16-24 include: God is love, but He hates evil. Pride is the attitude that overvalues self and undervalues others, which is the original sin. Salvation by works appeals to us because it makes us feel like a little god. The heart blazes the trail that the feet will follow.

Proverbs 5:15-6:15

Lessons learned from Proverbs 5:15—6:15 include: Marriage was designed by God and was given to the human family for the welfare and good of mankind. God says no one is getting away with sin. Two good business principles: Don’t underwrite a neighbor’s debts, and never become a partner with a stranger. The ant is a great teacher: It is diligent in business, getting food for the winter, caring for the future, and is urgent about it.

Proverbs 4:10-5:14

Lessons learned from Proverbs 4:10—5:14 include: Learn all you can. We do not know how desperate and how deep into sin the human heart can go. Have discernment as we meet people in our daily walk. The entrance to real life is the narrow way, but it gets wider and wider leading to abundant life. Out of our heart will come all of the great issues of life.

Proverbs 3:19-4:9

Lessons learned from Proverbs 3:19—4:9 include: The Word of God is the answer to our fears. If you have been treated unjustly, turn the matter over to God. God seems to hate the scorner, the arrogant, and the conceited person. To understand the Word of God you must be willing to be taught.

Proverbs 2:16-3:22

Lessons learned from Proverbs 2:16—3:22 include: We must serve God because we love Him. The Lord can guide us only if we’re studying the Word of God and trusting in Him with all our heart and not leaning on our own understanding. Man has discovered the laws of God that keep the universe running like a computer and uses them to explore the heavens. Life and grace come through the wisdom of studying the Word of God.

Proverbs 2:1-22

Lessons learned from Proverbs 2:1-22 include: Seek wisdom by searching for it as if it were a hidden treasure. If you want wisdom, ask God for it. The Spirit of God opens up the things of God to us; God speaks to us through His Word. You won’t be deceived so easily if you stay close to the Word of God.

Proverbs 1:5-33

Lessons learned from Proverbs 1:5-33 include: If you are smart you will listen to what is being said in this book. We need to study the Word of God in order to understand its true value. Avoid the sinner who has a plan to get something for nothing.

Proverbs 1:1-5

Lessons learned from Proverbs 1:1-5 include: Wisdom is the ability to use knowledge in the right way. Understanding means intelligence or discernment. Knowledge is useful information. Discretion means thoughtfulness.

Proverbs Introduction

Lessons learned from Proverbs include: A proverb is a saying that conveys a specific truth in a pointed and pithy way. Proverbs are short sentences drawn from long experience. A proverb is truth couched in a form that is easy to remember, a philosophy based on experience, and a rule for conduct. The key verse is found in the first chapter: “The fear of the LORD is the beginning of knowledge: but fools despise wisdom and instruction.”

Ephesians 6:16-24

You’ve heard “put on the whole armor of God …,” but did you know all but two pieces of armor were for defense? The only two weapons we have for offense are the Sword of the Spirit and prayer. Learn how to lay hold of both as you turn to God for spiritual resources to engage the enemy in this final study in Ephesians.

Ephesians 6:13-15

The key word to the “whole armor of God” metaphor is STAND. This is the fourth time we’ve studied this word in the book of Ephesians. How should we stand? We stand in the truth—since the truth of God’s Word holds everything together, says our teacher, Dr. J. Vernon McGee.

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