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Gilbert House Fellowship #130: Proverbs 25-29

as-iron-sharpens-iron1PROVERBS OF Solomon copied at the direction of King Hezekiah are the focus of our Old Testament study this week. Themes include the wisdom of accepting correction, the foolishness of contending with fools, and the happiness that results from pursuing righteousness instead of wealth.

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Gilbert House Fellowship #120: Proverbs 13-18

proverbs-14-1A COMMON thread through the Proverbs is the wisdom of listening to correction or reproof. As hard as it can be to hear that we need to rethink the way we’re doing things, true wisdom comes from listening to guidance.

We continue our study of the Proverbs, discussing the benefits of accepting correction, seeking wisdom, and thinking before speaking (or posting, in this Internet age). We also spend some time discussing Proverbs 14:1 and the power of women to build up or destroy their homes.

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Gilbert House Fellowship #116: Proverbs 1-6

proverbs02SOLOMON’S WISDOM is legendary, and to the extent it is recorded in the Bible, it is also divinely inspired. This week, we begin our study of the Book of Proverbs, which includes this important proverb in the first chapter:

The fear of Yahweh is the beginning of knowledge; fools despise wisdom and instruction.

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