Proverbs: Living a Life of Wisdom

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These helpful guides in the Cover to Cover series are ideal for group and individual study. Experience the reality of Bible events like never before and live through the inspiring lives of key characters in Scripture. Learn how to apply God’s Word to your life as you explore seven compelling sessions and gain a new depth in your Bible knowledge. Living a life of wisdom. As Christians we constantly face questions about how we can live God’s way in a world which, though created by Him, has chosen a different path.

Proverbs contain a wealth of practical advice about many of the issues faced at the time of writing and which we still face today. The reader is challenged with the truth that to choose not to follow God leads to disaster. However, God is not portrayed as a ‘Victorian schoolmaster’, stick in hand, waiting to punish us, but as a loving God who seeks to draw us into a deeper relationship with Him. Ice breakers, Bible readings, eye openers, discussion starters, personal application and ‘Seeing Jesus’ sections make this a rich resource for group or individual study.


  • Reply John Thomas December 10, 2013 at 12:06 pm

    Hi Ruth, I am also interested in the writings of Solomon. Did you know that, as the wisest person to ever live, he was inspired by God to discover the principles of creative genius and record them for posterity in the enigmatic verse of the Song of Songs, thereby complementing Proverbs and Ecclesiastes to complete a wisdom trilogy?

    Although the significance of the Song was long lost, King Solomon’s Masterclass in Creativity now restores it, making it possible for any interested person, even a lowly peasant, to understand and emulate the working methods of Mozart, Einstein, Lennon, Ford, Blyton, Newton, Dickens, Tennyson, Faraday . . . Had Israel remained faithful to God, the Song would have transformed the world in the way it has been in the last couple of centuries, but with technology used more wisely.

    Here, as an example, is one of my own attempts at writing poetry:
    My love thy beauty is a burning flame
    And I mere mortal man dare I draw near thee
    Or even pause to think upon thy name
    In case thy spirit presence should devour me

    Yet by desire now drawn I flutter in
    To bask here blithely in thy radiant power
    And feel a passion kindle deep within
    An ecstasy no earthly lips can utter

    What is this power woman wields o’er man
    Subduing him to her since time began

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    • Reply ruthvalerio December 10, 2013 at 7:58 pm

      Thanks John, all the best to you

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