Picking out single proverbs and using them to control or shame others is a dangerous game. But it happens.
Category: Bible studies for writers
Join us in reading one chapter of the Bible each day and sharing insights through writing.
Bible studies for writers | Proverbs 25
I was thinking about my own little community as I read along, and then I realized, I actually have more than one little community, or networks like some might call them, as most people do.
Bible studies for writers | Proverbs 24
I got a little shiver down my spine after reading verse 13 (ewww, and it’s #13 - and double ewww, I’m actually writing this on Halloween):
Bible studies for writers | Proverbs 23
Sometimes reading Proverbs is like trying to put a puzzle together from the pieces of a thousand different puzzles.
Bible studies for writers | Proverbs 22
As an editor, I couldn’t help but notice the change in verse and tempo starting in verse 17 of this proverb. What the hay? It feels like this section should go at the end of the book of Proverbs to kind of wrap things up.
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