From the Complete Jewish Bible, by David H. Stern
Michlei (Proverbs) Chapter One, Verses 1-6
The Proverbs of Shlomo (Solomon) the son of David, king of Isra’el, are for learning about wisdom and discipline; for understanding words expressing deep insight; for gaining an intelligently disciplined life, doing what is right, just and fair; for endowing with caution those who don’t think and the young person with knowledge and discretion. Someone who is already wise will hear and learn still more; someone who already understands will gain the ability to counsel well; he will understand proverbs, obscure expressions, the sayings and riddles of the wise.
(To be continued…)
Thank you for this work for the Lord, dear sister.
You are very welcome Jessica! Thank you for sharing in it with me, and God bless you! I love God’s word!
And I love the witness you give to it 🙂
you’re sweet! God bless you sister!
To all who have liked and looked at the first proverbs post I made last night, that was just a temporary picture I put up until I was ready to work on it so people wouldn’t get an error page. You might want to come back and review the post, as it is now changed. I am going to daily,do a walk through proverbs, beginning with chapter one, verses 1-6, posted here. This will be a proverbs study. I will be using the Jewish Study Bible, as well as a book on the study of Proverbs as we go through this. I feel that the Proverbs are a very important study, which is why I wanted to do this. God bless you! And may you be blessed, along with me, as we take a walk, hand in hand, through the words of one of the wisest men who ever lived, second of course to Jesus’ wisdom.