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Proverbs 31

As Proverbs ends, we encounter one of the most famous chapters in the Bible, a passage that describes the ideal Christian woman. This section is referenced…

Proverbs 30

For the penultimate chapter of the book, a new author takes the pen. Agur, son of Jakeh, writes what is called “an inspired utterance,” and in…

Proverbs 29

As the book of Proverbs counts down to the end, King Solomon continues to instruct his readers on the responsibilities of rulers, especially to ensure justice.…

Proverbs 28

King Solomon obviously knew a lot about ruling a nation; he grew up a prince in a powerful kingdom, likely learned the history of that land…

Proverbs 27

This chapter opens with a famous verse about procrastination, but continues with the best qualities of a good friend. They are honest, they hold each other…

Proverbs 26

In this chapter, King Solomon uses many comparisons to show his readers the dangers of fools, sluggards, gossips, and enemies. He wants his audience to be…

Proverbs 25

The previous chapter included a transition back to King Solomon’s wisdom, so today’s reading continues the fourth division of verses. After all of this study, few…

Proverbs 24

King Hezekiah’s wisdom continues with more verses to help the audience improve their lives. He seems to alternate between giving advice on doing the wise actions…

Proverbs 23

As this chapter continues King Hezekiah’s wise sayings, many of the early verses seem to focus around one key topic — food! Hezekiah’s proverbs address the…

Proverbs 22

This chapter features a transition from King Solomon’s words, to “Sayings of the Wise” recorded in the name of Hezekiah, a king of Judah. When the…