Boy, I’ve been making a lot of plans lately. I mean, I’m a plan-maker by nature, but I’ve been making BIG plans lately, and every time I turn around, God is telling me to slow my roll.
Bible studies for writers | Proverbs 15
Is a bowl of vegetables with someone you love better than steak with someone you hate? I’m not so sure, Sol.
Bible studies for writers | Proverbs 14
I was having a good think about my kiddos and how much I miss them before I read this proverb. Then I got to verse 10, and what I was feeling about my kids hit me: no one else can fully share my joy.
Bible studies for writers | Proverbs 13
‘Tis customary to want to believe that money solves all problems. But we know that isn’t true, and Solomon points out some downfalls of being rich, like being threatened with ransoms (v. 8).
Bible studies for writers | Proverbs 12
Getting through all the proverbs one line at a time isn’t easy, and reading them all together at the same time makes it hard for my brain to let each one sink in. Some of them are hard enough to understand on their own!
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