A Walk Through Proverbs; The Beginning of Wisdom


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…)



5 thoughts on “A Walk Through Proverbs; The Beginning of Wisdom

  1. 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.

This is the day the Lord has made; let us rejoice and be glad in it. Psalm 118:24

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