Proverbs 1 Commentary And Bible Study

Here is a brief Bible study and commentary on Proverbs chapter one.Proverbs One – The Beginning of Wisdom This chapter is all about the wisdom of God and it isn’t that we have godly wisdom in ourselves but the wisest thing that we can ever do is to give glory to God and fear Him. This type of fear is not a terror-filled fear from being struck dead by God at any moment, but a deep and holy, reverential respect for the holiness of God which compels us towards obedience. That is the beginning a … [Read more...]

Proverbs 31 Commentary And Bible Study

Here is a commentary and Bible study about Proverbs chapter 31.The Words of King Lemuel This chapter has two parts to it that might have been better off being separated as different chapters but regardless of that, the first part of Proverbs chapter 31 is about King Lemuel and “an oracle that his mother taught him” (Prov 31:1). There are warnings about giving yourself away to women (Prov 31:3), about the foolishness of kings and rulers taking strong drink (31:4), that strong drink is only go … [Read more...]

Proverbs 3 Commentary And Bible Study

Here is a Bible commentary and Bible study on Proverbs chapter three.Proverbs 3:1-2 “My son, do not forget my teaching, but let your heart keep my commandments, for length of days and years of life and peace they will add to you.” This chapter of Proverbs contains a lot of godly wisdom and the first lesson is the most important and that is obedience to the commandments of God. If obeyed, they result in a longer life and a more peaceful life too. There is great peace of mind for all who live … [Read more...]

5 Great Lessons From the Book of Proverbs

The Book of Proverbs contains many valuable lessons for the believer.  What are 5 of the greatest lessons we can glean from the wisdom literature.The Beginning of WisdomProverbs 1:7 “The fear of the LORD is the beginning of knowledge, but fools despise wisdom and instruction.”The very beginning of wisdom is not necessarily Bible study, hearing sermons, or attending Sunday school but fearing the Lord.  This fear is not the kind of fear of being struck dead but one of reverential fear, … [Read more...]