45 thoughts on “The Book of Proverbs

    • An excerpt from a commentary concerning the last text in question (though i read the whole conversation i figured it`d be more beneficial to address you, sis — A true disciple of Christ is one that does follow him in duty, and shall follow him to glory. He is one that walks in the same way Christ walked in, is led by his Spirit, and treads in his steps, whithersoever he goes. Let him deny himself. If self-denial be a hard lesson, it is no more than what our Master learned and practised, to redeem us, and to teach us. Let him take up his cross. The cross is here put for every trouble that befalls us. We are apt to think we could bear another’s cross better than our own; but that is best which is appointed us, and we ought to make the best of it. We must not by our rashness and folly pull crosses down upon our own heads, but must take them up when they are in our way. If any man will have the name and credit of a disciple, let him follow Christ in the work and duty of a disciple. If all worldly things are worthless when compared with the life of the body, how forcible the same argument with respect to the soul and its state of never-ending happiness or misery! Thousands lose their souls for the most trifling gain, or the most worthless indulgence, nay, often from mere sloth and negligence. Whatever is the object for which men forsake Christ, that is the price at which Satan buys their souls. Yet one soul is worth more than all the world. This is Christ’s judgment upon the matter; he knew the price of souls, for he redeemed them; nor would he underrate the world, for he made it. The dying transgressor cannot purchase one hour’s respite to seek mercy for his perishing soul. Let us then learn rightly to value our souls, and Christ as the only Saviour of them.

    • Nathaniel Mike Amen whoever said it My Brother Sister Mother Cousin Whatever Exactly Down to the very root depth reason and purpose of a true Disciple /Believer/ChildofGod. The path less traveled but most talked about… the Cross is indeed a heavy burden to bear yes but the most beautiful and sacrificial unconditional type love!! =temporarylong suffering+Dedicated Humbled Obedience + Consistent Building Relationship towards Christ Who only Follows His Fathers Will= Crown of Life/Eternal Parisdise❤️👌🏽🙏🏼🙌🏽🤗😁😎👍🏾✊🏽 Who wouldn’t want blessings on top of blessings that’s secured with a Permanent Life Assurance Plan to Seal it with Life in The Lambs Book of Life!!! Glory be To God for that Amazing Gift of love!!! Thank You Jesus for Loving a broken but yet beautiful sinner as me!!!! Striving for Excellent Holiness Tho Day by Day.. Powered By Your Mighty Holy Spirit Living Inside of Me strengthening Tho Yesssssss

  1. Wisdom is feminine. That’s why she is depicted as a woman. She was the first (or near first) thing that God made.
    It says she rejoiced with God when the foundations of the Earth was established (Note, that’s not God furnishing the Earth, as per my interpretation).
    So wisdom could be the very first thing God ever made before He made everything else, that’s just a theory though. But if God made wisdom, then it means God is above wisdom. Wow.

    • ” if God was wise, wisdom is equal to Him” – This is an unreasonable and false conclusion. Amber is wise does not mean wisdom is Amber. God IS wise and wisdom is one of His attributes. The attribute itself is not God. False religions start by the deification of God’s attributes. If you look at how naturalistic religions evolved, they first glorify and deify the attributes of God, wisdom, power, love, light etc. Then they start associating these attributes with visible symbols… Sun, moon, stars etc.. then they start worshiping the symbols themselves.. So the quote above is a wrong first step. In conclusion, 1) an attribute of God is not God or equal to God. 2) God cannot create (give a beginning) to something He already possesses (illogical). 3) All attributes of God have been His, for all eternity. He did not “invent/create” His attributes along the way.

    • No, you’re absolutely correct, because I am created, I have not always been. God on the other has always been. It’s not a false conclusion, it’s an abstract one. That’s exactly my point; wisdom is not God, hence not an attribute of God, because He created wisdom. You really think creating wisdom doesn’t make you greater then wisdom itself?
      No, false religions start depending on how you interpret/understand the garden. The garden gives all the pieces to figuring out who we are right from the get go, God didn’t create us arbitrarily, if you think so, you’re an atheist or lost soul. God created them male and female, if you don’t think so, you’re a transgender.
      God created Adam and Eve, if you don’t think so, you’re a homosexual, (even though no homosexual actually believes that, but still).
      God (masculine) created Adam (masculine) outside of the garden (feminine), just like how God (masculine) is outside creation (feminine), it was for this purpose and for this reason that God created Eve (feminine) second instead of first, because God (masculine) was always first, and always ever was, Adam is the masculine representation of God, because God created him masculine because God is the masculine, whereas Eve is the feminine representation of creation, because God created her to be feminine because creation is feminine.
      This was done with purpose and with reason, therefore are they created with the image of God, though they be created. Because the glory of God is man (masculine), and the glory of man is woman (created), and the glory of woman is her long hair (feminine).
      These are the fundamentals to bring everything together, marriage, identity (with identity comes purpose), and duty.
      God established the fundamentals to marriage (the relationship of the masculine and the feminine), because it was/is to glorify and magnify Himself as a reflection of what He did. And before God gave Adam a duty, He gave him an identity first, and then a duty (job), because contrary to what the world teaches, duty doesn’t give us an identity, but God established identity innate in us as part of us, as is us, because it’s who we are, (being created in His image) to reflect Him, (even though women are created feminine they are still in God’s image), so everything comes together with purpose and with reason, we were created for Him, to be possessed by Him, just as the husband possesses his bride, and just as God created Eve from the rib that is Adam’s possession He give her to him, just as God created all of creation for Himself, for His own glory.
      If you don’t believe that, it just means you’re probably a mainstream Christian, which isn’t bad, but it means you’re most likely to call me a heretic, but please don’t, because God doesn’t prohibit us from thinking and asking Him questions, nor from testing the Scriptures.

      The quote above is not a first wrong step, because it doesn’t lead to worshiping wisdom, because idolatry (paganism) is the worship of the feminine, I’m not in danger of worshiping wisdom, because I understand that wisdom is feminine, and hence would make sense for it being created. Is it so hard to understand that God could possibly be bigger then wisdom it/herself?
      I don’t believe God has attributes (or is not a good enough word to describe God’s characteristics), because He is not an attribute of many things, God is quite literally those things.
      For absolute certainty, I know that God is love and truth, and doesn’t have attributes of love and truth, because He quite literally is those things, or He couldn’t have created anything at all (because all of creation magnifies Him, for His own glory, and He made everything to specifically reflect this), God is love and truth and therefore is every reason for why we’re here.
      But His characteristics are entirely masculine, He created (or invented), He possesses (the possessed), He fights for the beloved, He saves the beloved, He expects respect (or fear from us), because He desires to be praised (or glorified), where as femininity has entirely different characteristics, but compliment these characteristics of God, and these are the same characteristics shared between husbands and wives.
      It is all done for His glory, and we praise Him for that reason. And it’s why I don’t support equality or feminism, because it mocks the fact that men and women are different, by supposing men and women are the same (they contort God’s creation).

      When I thought of this, God became much bigger to me, and He becomes bigger the more you understand Him. I also didn’t come to this understanding over night, just to let you know. So I didn’t go inventing things out of the blue.

    • Amber Slahlize That reasoning was great. It’s a perfect and appropriate reasoning and very much applicable to our time. You seem to know a lot 🙂 message me on kik ! asdf_Ricardo_789

      religion is intriguing to me, and I like to talk about it. By the way what’s your religion?

    • omg chokma is the same spelling of muhmmad in arabic محمد . really he guided us to bath way read the quran you will find that

    • Sam Beasley 😇 that’s a good question. especially when studying . however, I think when get people interested and willing to look and read on there on. but then it’s on levels as well even though there are some that are better wherever the person is looking the bible is the most important part. which one or version do you use ?

    • +Sam Beasley 😇 yes these would be helpful for that good idea. I just asked so others could see what you would answer as that’s what I thought you might say not all of course in fact it hadn’t occurred to me until someone else asked me thst a couple a years ago and I thought your kidding like that makes a difference well sure enough it did so that’s why I answered the way I did, but otherwise one can get mislead but that’s where we guide them back onto the path

    • God bless you brandon for praying those in need. i will also include you in my prayers. i also believe in Jesus and a sinner saved by grace!

    • King Nevermore praying for Everyone! Remember God Loves you and Forgives! Always Seeking Christ and thank him much for our Family and Pray for our Family in Christ! Thank JEHOVAH that we are the head and not the tail!

      “For thou art my hope, O Lord God: thou art my trust from my youth.”
      ‭‭Psalms‬ ‭71:5‬ ‭KJV‬‬

    • There are 3 person, different person but ONE GOD, I believe that but i don’t believe title…
      – The Father is Separate
      – The Son is seperate person, Jesus means savior ( SON) and christ means sanctified one
      The Holy Spirit is seperate person
      but these 3 persons are ONE… 1 John 5:7
      – remember the baptizen of jesus christ when the Father spoke from Heaven and the Holy Spirit was descending and the Son was been baptized by John ( Mathew 3:16

      The Father is GOD
      – The Son is GOD
      The Holy Spirit is GOD


    • +Sudana Fowler no is not driving force my dear ,, the Holy Spirit is seperate and have his own will ,, remember the Holy Spirit spoke in the New Testament separate me bananas and Saul ACT 13:2

      Force doesn’t speak
      Even in Genesis 1 and the spirit of God was hovering ,, getting ready to bring it out into existence
      – The father
      – The son
      – The Holy Spirit
      – The Holy Spirit review Jesus and the father to us, the things of God


  2. This series is great, but I as I assume it’s made by Protestants it’s unlikely we’ll ever get to see the rest of the Wisdom literature – like the actual book of Wisdom. So much for a unified theme.

  3. I am no longer Christian but these videos are beautifully done. They really show how the writers of the bible were such great thinkers. I believe that anyone of any faith can take away from the messages found here.

  4. Its true, the law of sow and reaping. experienced it alot. its really relevant to your relationship situations whether be in your kids, friends or to your wife.

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