Proverbs 4


A tour of Proverbs 4 with Ken Boa.

The family was intended to be the relational context in which children are encouraged and instructed in the development of character, virtue, knowledge, and wisdom. One of the central messages in these nine chapters that introduce the maxims beginning in chapter 10 is that we can learn and live, not just live and learn. These are principles and precepts that have been hammered out long before us, and we do well to build upon this foundation of received knowledge and insight instead of reinventing the wheel ourselves. Each generation has the responsibility to impart these truths to the next. 

Reading of Proverbs 4


Lord, may I watch over my heart with all diligence, for from it flow the springs of life. May I put away from me a deceitful mouth and put devious speech far from me.  May I look directly ahead and watch the path of my feet.

Meditation passage for today: verses 7, 23-27

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