King Solomon obviously had a lot of thoughts about promiscuous women. He wrote about them a bunch. In fact, I believe he’s touched on the subject in each of the seven proverbs we’ve read so far. This proverb is different, however, in that it tells a story, a particular story based on one man caught… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Proverbs 7
King Solomon sure jumps around a lot in his writings, doesn’t he? One minute he’s talking about being a lazybones, and the next he’s on about adultery. It goes to show the guy had a lot on his mind. However, it doesn’t show us much about how he organized his thoughts. Who knows, maybe writing… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Proverbs 6
Oh, those immoral women! They’ll get you every time. The Bible gets a bad rap sometimes because it only contains books written by men. Ugh. Ladies, we can ask why later. But for now what we have is a man’s point of view about the snares and traps ladies can set. And that’s fair. We… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Proverbs 5
Writing prompt: cheesy ham and potatoes Write about something “insignificant” that changed your life.
I love when the Lord calls me, “My child.” And, whew, I needed this psalm today. I need to be somebody’s child today. I know I am my parents’ child, but my parents are clear across the world doing their own thing, and that’s fine. I want them to do that. But sometimes, don’t you… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Proverbs 3