#writingprompt - traits Use the qualities in these proverbs to write your own proverb about yourself.
Bible studies for writers | Proverbs 10
You know what would make a great #businessformissions? Communion fortune cookies!
Bible studies for writers | Proverbs 9
Who are these unwise people King Solomon goes on and on about in this psalm? Well, they are me and you, that’s who - stubborn people who don’t listen, who refuse to learn, who knock what they don’t know. Don’t lie. You’re as guilty as I am.
Bible studies for writers | Proverbs 8
Writing prompt: women Write about a woman you admire. Write it in quotes and pretend it’s from the Statue of Liberty if you want. It’s pretty fun, actually! snort.
Bible studies for writers | Proverbs 7
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
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