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Introduction to Proverbs
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... Introduction to Proverbs. The book of Proverbs has traditionally been ascribed to wise king Solomon, who “spake three thousand proverbs: and...
proverbs | The Institute for Creation Research
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... proverbs. The word “proverb” (Hebrew mashal) is also frequently translated “ parable.” Its basic meaning is “pithy maxim,” also suggesting special insight...
three thousand proverbs | The Institute for Creation Research
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... three thousand proverbs. Jewish scholars have long recognized Solomon as the primary author of the Biblical books of Proverbs, Ecclesiastes and Song...
Proverbs 1:7
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... beginning of knowledge. Not the end, or totality, of knowledge, but the beginning, without which other data are meaningless or even perverse. The fear of...
proverbs of Solomon | The Institute for Creation Research
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... proverbs of Solomon. See note on Proverbs 1:1. The first nine chapters of Proverbs may represent instructions for Solomon, perhaps written by...
Proverbs 22:6
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... Train up. Train up” is from a Hebrew word normally translated “dedicate” or “ consecrate.” The phrase “in the way he should go” is, literally, “according to...
Proverbs 27:1
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... thou knowest not. A believer should keep short accounts. “Now is the day of salvation” (II Corinthians 6:2). Our lives are “a vapour, that appeareth for a...
proverbs of Solomon | The Institute for Creation Research
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... of Solomon. Proverbs 25:1. 25:1 proverbs of Solomon. See notes on Proverbs 1:1; 10:1. Solomon wrote three thousand proverbs (I Kings...
Proverbs 17:27-28
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... spareth his words. Christians need to cultivate the grace of quietness. “Be not rash with thy mouth” (Ecclesiastes 5:2), for “every idle word that men...
Proverbs 9:10
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... 9:10. The fear of the LORD is the beginning of wisdom: and the knowledge of the holy is understanding. Powered by...
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